Aaron Copland

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United States composer who developed a distinctly American music (1900-1990)


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Her band has now played several live gigs with the film, and with a grant from the Aaron Copeland Recording Fund has recorded the score for the DVD.
The title song, possibly better known to listeners as The Gift to be Simple, is a Shaker hymn dating from 1848, adopted by Aaron Copeland nearly a 100 years later as the central melody around of his ballet Appalachian Spring.
Certainly the barn-raising scenes, replete with a quilting bee and a score reminiscent of Aaron Copeland, evokes a sense of community and belonging sure to touch even the most calloused of hearts.
Sawyer-Luacanno traces Bowles's less-known musical career alongside fellow composers Aaron Copeland and Virgil Thompson as an exploratory platform from which many of his later fictional themes emerge.
Or was it the stirring Aaron Copeland music that accompanied my television commercials?
RAINBOW WARRIORS Aaron Copeland from Consett (left) with a 7lb 12oz rainbow caught at Jubilee Lakes on an Orange Fritz and Dave Gaul from Winlaton (above) with a 9lb 9oz rainbow from Jubilee caught on a Green Zuddler
Consett youngster Aaron Copeland kept up his good form with a rainbow of 8lb while Hexam's T Adams safely returned a six-pounder.
One of the most musical of the avant-garde poets, and the author of over seventy books spanning better than fifty years, Theodore Enslin studied music composition with Nadia Boulanger, an honor he shared with such renowned composers as Aaron Copeland and Philip Glass.
The Lane Community College Chamber Orchestra and the LCC Symphonic Band will perform music by Ludwig van Beethoven, Aaron Copeland and others as LCC wraps up its fall term with several ensemble concerts.
Autographs from Benjamin Britain, William Walton, Aaron Copeland and Lennard Bernstein, famous for composing the score of West Side Story, can be found among his collection.
She has chosen ballads and folk songs arranged by such diverse composers as Healey Willan, Benjamin Britten, Aaron Copeland and Charles Ives, as well as three parlour chestnuts arranged by Judy Loman and three songs by Stephen Foster.