Fanfare For The Common Man Version Of Symphony No 3 Fourth Movement....!

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Published Date : 2018-02-11T12:41:00.000Z

Composer: Aaron Copland (14 November 1900 - 2 December, 1990) Work title: Symphony No.3 Instrumentation: Piccolo, 3 flutes, 3 oboes, 2 clarinets in B-flat, E-flat clarinet, bass clarinet, 2 bassoons, contrabassoon, 4 horns in F, 4 trumpets in B-flat, 3 trombones, tuba, timpani, cymbals, bass drum, tenor drum, snare drum, triangle, tam-tam, glockenspiel, xylophone, anvil, claves, ratchet, whip, tubular bells, wood block, piano, celesta, 2 harps, and strings. Performers: Sir Antonio Pappano (conductor), National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain (orchestra) Date of performance: 23/8/2008 Venue: Royal Albert Hall 0:42 - I. Molto moderato - with simple expression 10:18 - II. Allegro molto 18:25 - III. Andantino quasi allegretto 27:55 - IV. Molto deliberato 41:21 - Applause Symphony No.3 was Aaron Copland's final symphony, written between 1944 and 1946. Written at the end of World War II, it is known as the essential American symphony that fuses his distinct "Americana" style of the ballets (Rodeo, etc.) with the form of the symphony, which has generally been a European-dominated musical form. The Fanfare for the Common Man, written in 1942, is used as a theme in the fourth movement. Various fragments from Fanfare are also used for primary thematic material in the first three movements. The first movement opens with a simple theme in the woodwinds and strings, which is echoed warmly throughout the orchestra, before quickly heightening into a brassy fanfare (in which we get our first hints of the Fanfare for the Common Man theme). The movement ends as peacefully as it started, but we are quickly snapped out of the reverie with the thunderous timpani thump that launches the lively scherzo into action. The whirling second movement features a dashing, boisterous theme, settling into gentler, pastoral segment but ending exuberantly. The third movement opens slowly and contemplatively, featuring Copland's typically sparse and almost ambiguous harmonies. It digresses into a frisky dance-like passage, vaguely Latin American in tone, before transitioning uninterrupted into the finale, where we hear a pianissimo version of the Fanfare for the Common Man, and then the fanfare in its full glory. The duration of this movement is spent primarily with the development and recapitulation of the Fanfare melody: Copland gives it a dazzling contrapuntal treatment while at the same time managing to introduce an entirely new theme. The symphony closes majestically with a final reprise of both the Fanfare and the symphony's opening motif. Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Symphony_No._3_(Copland) Source video: https://youtu.be/8-V45Y12nZM
    

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Published Date : 2013-11-12T18:40:11.000Z

The final movement from my favorite symphony ever by Aaron Copland performed by the New York Philharmonic under the baton of Leonard Bernstein. Copland was a genius at capturing the spirit of proud American sound and Bernstein was a genius at interpreting and delivering Copland's music. The overall tone of the work is one of heroism and dignity, and it leaves an appropriately stirring impression. And yes, Copland used his Fanfare for the Common Man in the beginning of his fourth movement. I tried to put together some imagery that comes to my mind when I listen to this amazing piece. Enjoy!! Because my other account is being closed down, I'm re-uploading all my previous videos to this account.
    

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Published Date : 2017-01-25T18:16:11.000Z

Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment Fanfare for the Common Man (Version of Symphony No. 3, Fourth Movement) (Excerpt) · Aaron Copland · The Philharmonia Orchestra Copland Conducts Copland - Expanded Edition (Fanfare for the Common Man, Appalachian Spring, Old American Songs (Complete), Rodeo: Four Dance Episodes) ℗ Originally released 1970 Sony Music Entertainment Inc. Producer: Paul Myers Auto-generated by YouTube.
    

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Published Date : 2017-02-18T03:41:58.000Z

Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment Fanfare for the Common Man (Version of Symphony No. 3, Fourth Movement) (Excerpt) · Aaron Copland / 柯普蘭 Copland Conducts Copland - Expanded Edition (Fanfare for the Common Man, Appalachian Spring, Old American Songs (Complete), Rodeo: Four Dance Episodes) ℗ Originally released 1970 Sony Music Entertainment Inc. Released on: 2003-09-30 Producer: Paul Myers Associated Performer: The Philharmonia Orchestra / 愛樂管弦樂團 Auto-generated by YouTube.
    

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Published Date : 2017-01-04T01:05:44.000Z

Molto moderato - with simple expression • 10:37 Allegro molto • 18:53 Andantino quasi allegretto • 29:16 Molto deliberato
    

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Published Date : 2017-04-11T01:17:09.000Z

Premièred in 1946, a year after the end of World War II, Copland’s iconic Third Symphony was described by the composer as ‘a wartime piece – or, more accurately, an end-of-war piece –intended to reflect the euphoric spirit of the country at the time.’ The fourth movement, heard on this recording in its original uncut form, opens by quoting one of his most well-known pieces, Fanfare for the Common Man. Copland described the Three Latin American Sketches ‘as being just what the title says. The tunes, the rhythms and the temperament of the pieces are folksy, while the orchestration is bright and snappy and the music sizzles along.’ BUY / DOWNLOAD / STREAM: NaxosDirect US http://bit.ly/2oKoFwk NaxosDirect UK http://bit.ly/2oMNeHn Amazon US http://amzn.to/2pALAIS Amazon UK http://amzn.to/2pALAIS ArkivMusic http://bit.ly/2pzu0HT iTunes http://apple.co/2oU6Pat

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