Title: Music of John Corigliano
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Album · 1989 · 5 Songs. Corigliano - Voyage - For String Orchestra. 2. Corigliano - Summer Fanfare. 3. Corigliano - Promenade Overture. 4. Corigliano - Campane di Ravello. 5. Wuorinen - Suite from The Magic Art, for Henry Purcell.
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The Louisville Orchestra, Sidney Harth, Lawrence Leighton Smith. Release Date: 3rd Oct 2005. Catalogue No: FECD0002. Corigliano, J: Concerto for Piano and Orchestra. Louisville Orchestra. Lawrence Leighton Smith, Sidney Harth.
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Free download and listen John Corigliano and Charles Wuorinen Premiere Recordings. Lawrence Leighton Smith, The Louisville Orchestra. Tracks count: 4. Views: 1. Lawrence Leighton Smith, The Louisville Orchestra - Corigliano - Summer Fanfare 06:44. Lawrence Leighton Smith, The Louisville Orchestra - Corigliano - Campane di Ravello 03:43. Lawrence Leighton Smith, The Louisville Orchestra - Corigliano - Promenade Overture 08:29.
James Tocco, pianist, with the Louisville Orchestra, Lawrence Leighton Smith, conductor. RCA Victor (BMG) 09026-68100-2 (1996). Hilde Somers, piano, with the San Antonio Symphony, Victor Alessandro, conductor. After a few bars of introduction by the brass section, the solo piano enters with an extended cadenza accompanied by percussion and harp, introducing the first theme – a savage three-note motto. This highly energetic section reaches a peak climaxed by a piano run which concludes on the orchestra’s opening note – E. A sudden pianissimo for the full orchestra introduces a change of tempo and mood. The following long, lyrical orchestral tutti introduces and expands the movement’s second theme – a cantabile melody first heard in the solo horn – and shortly builds to a large orchestral climax.
John Paul Corigliano (born February 16, 1938) is an American composer of classical music. His scores, now numbering over one hundred, have won him the Pulitzer Prize, five Grammy Awards, Grawemeyer Award for Music Composition, and an Oscar. He is a distinguished professor of music at Lehman College and the Graduate Center of the City University of New York and on the composition faculty at the Juilliard School.
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|1||I. Overture - Allegro con Brio||4:21|
|2||II. Waltz - Allegretto||2:42|
|4||IV. Tarantella - Allegro||2:18|
|5||Voyage - For Strings
Concertmaster – Michael Davis Concertmaster [Assistant] – John Chisholm
|8||Campane di Ravello||3:38|
|Concerto For Piano And Orchestra||(32:13)|
|11||III. Andante Appassionata||8:28|
- Copyright (c) – The Louisville Orchestra
- Composed By – John Corigliano
- Conductor – Lawrence Leighton Smith*
- Orchestra – The Louisville Orchestra
- Piano – James Tocco
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