- Performer:Peter Lawson / Carl Davis / Richard Hickox
- Title:Copland: A Centenary Tribute
- Date of release:January 11, 2000
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- Size WMA version1639 megabytes
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Copland: A Centenary Tribute. Copland: A Centenary Tribute.
A Garland for John McCabe. Peter Lawson, Linda Merrick, John Turner, Alistair Vennart. Primary Artist, Piano. Angela Brownridge, Peter Lawson.
Aaron Copland, Peter Dickinson and AJ. Aaron Copland (1900–1990) needs no introduction as a leading figure in American music from the late 1920s until his death. Along with Gershwin and Bernstein, he has exemplified American music on the international scene for over half a century. He lacked Gershwin’s spectacular appeal based on popular song and musical theater, and he could not compete with Bernstein’s extravagant public career as conductor, composer, and pianist.
Richard Sidney Hickox, CBE (5 March 1948 – 23 November 2008) was an English conductor of choral, orchestral and operatic music. Hickox was born in Stokenchurch in Buckinghamshire into a musical family. After attending the Royal Grammar School, High Wycombe from 1959 to 1966, he studied at the Royal Academy of Music in London from 1966 to 1967, then was an organ scholar at Queens' College, Cambridge from 1967 to 1970.
Start by marking Samuel Barber Remembered: A Centenary Tribute as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Dickinson’s books include The Music of Lennox Berkeley; Marigold: the Music of Billy Mayerl; Copland Connotations: Studies and Interviews; CageTalk: Dialogues with and about John Cage; Lord Berners: Composer, Writer, Painter; Samuel Barber Remembered: a Centenary Tribute and Lennox Berkeley and Friends: Writings, Letters and Interviews (autumn 2012).
Richard Hickox/Felicity Palmer/London Symphony Orchestra/London Symphony Chorus - The Music Makers Op. 69: Verse 4: A breath of our inspiration 04:43. Richard Hickox/Felicity Palmer/London Symphony Orchestra/London Symphony Chorus - The Music Makers Op. 69: Verse 3: We, in the ages lying 04:01. Heather Harper/London Symphony Orchestra/Michael Davis/Richard Hickox - 4 Lieder Op. 27: 4. Morgen! (Mackay) 04:04. Heather Harper/London Symphony Orchestra/Michael Davis/Richard Hickox - 5 Lieder Op. 39: 3. Der Arbeitsmann (Dehmel) 03:22. Heather Harper/London Symphony Orchestra/Michael Davis/Richard Hickox - Fünf Lieder Op. 47: 2. Des Dichters Abendgang 05:15. Heather Harper/London Symphony Orchestra/Michael Davis/Richard Hickox - Sechs Lieder Op. 68: 1. An die Nacht 02:41.
Richard Hickox, one of the world's leading conductors, died of a suspected heart attack in his Cardiff hotel room yesterday. Hickox, 60, had been working on a recording session in Wales. He was due to conduct the English National Opera's production of Vaughan Williams' Riders to the Sea, opening this Thursday in the London Coliseum
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CreditsCity of London Sinfonia - Orchestra
Carl Davis - Conductor, Primary Artist
Tim Handley - Producer
Mike Hatch - Balance Engineer
Richard Hickox - Conductor, Primary Artist
Andrew Huth - Liner Notes
Andrew Keener - Producer
Peter Lawson - Piano, Primary Artist
London Philharmonic Orchestra - Orchestra
Mark Vigars - Balance Engineer
John W. West - Producer
|1||Fanfare for the Common Man, for brass & percussion (from Symphony No. 3)||Carl Davis / Richard Hickox / Peter Lawson||3:09|
|2||Quiet City, for English horn, trumpet & strings (from the incidental music)||Carl Davis / Richard Hickox / Peter Lawson||11:15|
|3||Molto Moderato||Carl Davis / Richard Hickox / Peter Lawson||8:58|
|4||Vivace||Carl Davis / Richard Hickox / Peter Lawson||4:05|
|5||Andante Sostenuto||Carl Davis / Richard Hickox / Peter Lawson||10:52|
|6||Appalachian Spring, concert suite for full orchestra||Carl Davis / Richard Hickox / Peter Lawson||26:11|