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

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Channel Title : Ethan Tsai

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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.
    

Channel Title : Leonard Bernstein - Topic

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Published Date : 2015-01-19T00:21:24.000Z

Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group North America Copland: Symphony No.3 - 4. Molto deliberato (Fanfare) ; Allegro risoluto · New York Philharmonic Orchestra · Leonard Bernstein Copland: Symphony No. 3; Quiet City ℗ 1986 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin Released on: 1986-01-01 Producer: Hanno Rinke Recording Producer: Hans Weber Balance Engineer: Klaus Scheibe Recording Engineer: Jobst Eberhardt Recording Engineer: Wolf-Dieter Karwatky Composer: Aaron Copland Music Publisher: Boosey & Hawkes Music Publishers Ltd. Auto-generated by YouTube.
    

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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 - 1st movement (Molto moderato - with simple expression) 10:18 - 2nd movement (Allegro molto) 18:25 - 3rd movement (Andantino quasi allegretto) 27:55 - 4th movement (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
    

Channel Title : Aaron Copland - Topic

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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 / 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 : 2017-04-11T01:17:09.000Z

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
    

Channel Title : Rique Borges

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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 : 2013-08-07T22:30:05.000Z

Disclaimer: I own nothing. The audio content of this video is the property of the Dallas Wind Symphony and was recorded from "Performance Today" by American Public Media. Aaron Copland's "Fanfare For The Common Man" has become a well known part of the American musical ethos. Written in 1942 for the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra at the request of English composer Eugene Goossens, it was inspired by a speech made by Vice President Henry A. Wallace. In his speech, Wallace spoke of the dawning of the "Century of the Common Man" as the United States entered World War II. Copland later took the theme from this fanfare and incorporated it into the fourth movement of his "Symphony No. 3." The setting is different, but the theme is still recognizable. Arranged for band by Ira Wong. Performed live by the Dallas Wind Symphony. Jerry Junkin, Conductor
    

Channel Title : Detroit Symphony Orchestra

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Published Date : 2017-10-27T20:30:05.000Z

It’s Grammy time! Discover this recording featuring Copland’s great Third Symphony, recorded live in Detroit. Aaron Copland's Symphony No. 3 performed by the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, led by Leonard Slatkin. Learn more: http://www.arkivmusic.com/classical/album.jsp?album_id=2252618 Buy the album: https://tinyurl.com/y8uh9nz6
    

Channel Title : queerurbanorchestra

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Published Date : 2014-10-05T03:40:04.000Z

The Queer Urban Orchestra performs Aaron Copland's Symphony No. 3 at our concert Voyages: World Beats on June 21, 2014. Movement IV of IV.
    

Channel Title : Lee Rogers - Topic

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Published Date : 2015-01-20T07:50:12.000Z

Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Symphony No. 3: Fourth Movement · Aaron Copland · Tim Buzbee · Lee Rogers · David Bobroff · Jessica Buzbee Eruptions: Orchestral Excerpts for Low Brass ℗ 2011 Albany Records Released on: 2011-07-01 Music Publisher: BOOSEY & HAWKES Auto-generated by YouTube.
    

Channel Title : LSO live recordings

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Published Date : 2018-01-02T19:49:58.000Z

The LSO and MTT gave this performance of Copland's magnificent Third Symphony at the BBC Proms in July 1994, and it brought the house down. The encore was the Hoedown from Copland's Rodeo - the audience had fun. The concert was on the day of the World Cup final. 1. Molto moderato 2. Allegro molto 10:52 3. Andantino 19:28 4. Molto deliberato 29:13 5. Hoedown 43:05 This channel is not associated in any way with the London Symphony Orchestra, or its own CD label, LSO LIVE. These are recordings made by a LSO fan over a period of 40 years from 1977, and are not rips of LSO LIVE recordings. I have greatly enjoyed these performances over the years and just wish to share them with other music lovers.
    

Channel Title : How Music Works

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Published Date : 2018-05-31T03:54:25.000Z

Fanfare for the Common Man by Aaron Copland (Score Reduction and Analysis) A full score analysis of Aaron Copland's Fanfare for the Common Man. - Composer: Aaron Copland (14 November 1900 -- 2 December 1990) - Orchestra: United States Marine Band - Conductor: Timothy W. Fowley - Year of recording: 2000 Aaron Copland's iconic Fanfare for the Common Man is without question his most internationally popular work, not least because it was once featured in an album by the rock group Emerson, Lake & Palmer, in which form it reached a global audience of huge numbers. The piece, which is scored for brass ensemble with timpani, bass drum, and tam-tam, originally came into existence as the result of a commission from the conductor Eugene Goossens, who in 1942 was serving as music director of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. The work was one of a set of 18 fanfares written by various American composers during the dark days of World War II, all of which were expressly intended to promote feelings of patriotism and national unity. Copland's contribution to the project has been the only one of the set to find a place in the regular orchestral repertory; its original siblings have faded away. Analyzing its success, Stuart Ledbetter points out that "part of the reason for this is surely its splendid title, but even more is the soaring, heroic character of its opening trumpet theme." Appropriately, too, for a ceremonial expression of national pride, the fanfare begins with an arresting call to attention, with solemn, regular strokes from the percussion instruments, whose measured salvo precedes the first statement of the trumpet theme itself. The entire work is built around this original statement, which grows in intensity through exchanges of the theme between trombones and tuba, and then horns and trumpets. The score concludes with a magnificently effective percussion crescendo supporting a thrilling final sustained chord for the brass. While Copland was working on his Symphony No. 3 in the years 1944-1946, he commented that he was "certainly reaching for the grandest gesture." Indeed, the grandiloquence and colossal sense of optimism that underlies what is widely regarded as the greatest symphony by any U.S. composer is stunningly crowned by the reappearance of the Fanfare for the Common Man as a preface to the final movement. Actually, however, as Anthony Burton suggests, it "provides a focus for the work in a more subtle way: its intervals, especially the rising fourth and fifth of the first phrase, permeate the thematic material of the entire symphony." (AllMusic) We own nothing!
    

Channel Title : NYC Music Services

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Published Date : 2014-01-03T19:05:39.000Z

A preview of the new edition of Aaron Copland's Third Symphony that we're working on right now.
    

Channel Title : Dallas Symphony Orchestra & Choir - Topic

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Published Date : 2016-03-04T06:14:01.000Z

Provided to YouTube by Entertainment One Distribution US Fanfare for the Common Man (from Symphony No. 3) · Dallas Symphony Orchestra & Donald Johanos 25 Thunderous Classics ℗ Vox Released on: 2016-03-04 Auto-generated by YouTube.
    

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Published Date : 2008-02-16T23:45:42.000Z

Leonard Slatkin (cond), Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra http://www.amazon.com/Aaron-Copland-Symphony-Leonard-Orchestra/dp/B000003EVO/
    

Channel Title : The Rivers School Conservatory

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Published Date : 2014-03-31T17:22:32.000Z

Sunday, February 9, 2014, 3 p,m. The Rivers School Conservatory Youth Symphony Christopher Memoli Copland - Fanfare for the Common Man
    

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Published Date : 2007-08-19T16:59:40.000Z

One of the most amazing homages to the Baroque era, this chorale from Schumann's 3rd Symphony is one of my all-time favorites. Performed here with Kurt Masur and the NY Philharmonic, live in 1995.
    

Channel Title : The Kennedy Center

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Published Date : 2017-06-06T15:47:42.000Z

The National Symphony Orchestra performs Aaron Copland's "Fanfare for the Common Man." Copland's fanfare was composed in 1942 for the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra -- one of 18 fanfares written to promote patriotic response at America's entry into the second World War, and the only one still performed regularly. The name of the piece was inspired in part by a speech given by U.S. Vice President Henry Wallace. Part of JFKC: A Centennial Celebration of John F. Kennedy, inspired by five enduring ideals often ascribed to JFK: Courage, Freedom, Justice, Service, and Gratitude. Subscribe to The Kennedy Center! http://bit.ly/2gNFrtb
    

Channel Title : San Francisco Symphony

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Published Date : 2018-02-27T01:21:41.000Z

The San Francisco Symphony will perform Copland's Symphony No. 3, March 15-17, 2018 at Davies Symphony Hall. Tickets at http://www.sfsymphony.org/Buy-Tickets/2017-18/Fanfare-for-the-Common-Man.aspx
    

Channel Title : SpringfieldSymOrch

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Published Date : 2018-09-20T18:45:46.000Z

Norman Krieger, Piano Kevin Rhodes, Conductor Adam Schoenberg - Go! Leonard Bernstein - Candide Overture George Gershwin - Piano Concerto, F Major Aaron Copland - Symphony No. 3 Maestro Rhodes has chosen America’s most celebrated composers to begin our 75th Anniversary Season. In addition to the famous 'Fanfare for the Common Man,' appearing in the fourth movement of Copland’s supremely patriotic 'Symphony No. 3,' and a celebration of Leonard Bernstein’s 100th birthday, Opening Night will feature the Gershwin piano concerto that appears in 'An American in Paris,' played by one of our favorite pianists and long-time collaborators, Normal Krieger. Maestro Rhodes and the orchestra will Go into the next 75 years of orchestra genius with a signature work by the regional rising star composer, Adam Schoenberg.
    

Channel Title : Dave's Music Box

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Published Date : 2018-08-03T15:02:10.000Z

Aaron Copland (1900-1990) is one of my favourite composers, and his Third Symphony is my favourite... well, symphony. Composed in 1946 for Serge Koussevitsky and the Boston Symphony Orchestra, this monumental work encompasses the Great Depression, flag-waving patriotism, quasi-cowboy tunes, pastoral beauty, and militaristic might; all given to Copland's unique stylings. The symphony (a gift to post-World-War-II America) does nothing less than paint a vast canvas of American history, enlighten the listener on the feelings of an entire culture, and cement Aaron Copland as "The Dean of American Music" (a title given to him by Henry Brant, who died in 2008 at the age of 94). The fourth (and last) movement is the longest and most substantial, including for thematic material (and dem patriotic feels, since this is only just post-WWII) an earlier work, Fanfare for the Common Man (1942). Here's the score: https://www.dropbox.com/s/sj5362j3sm4n3l6/Copland%204th%20Mvt%203rd%20Sym.pdf?dl=0 P.S. Bars 5 to 7 in the right hand should be played one octave higher. Listen to the movement here (as performed by the Minnesota Orchestra): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VJO58EEjxJw&t=29m30s And here's Fanfare for the Common Man: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4NjssV8UuVA Performed by David Alexander-Barnes
    

Channel Title : Minnesota Orchestra - Topic

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Published Date : 2015-05-21T12:19:20.000Z

Provided to YouTube by NAXOS of America Symphony No. 3: IV. Molto deliberato · Minnesota Orchestra Copland: Fanfare for the Common Man, Appalachian Spring & Symphony No. 3 ℗ 2012 Reference Recordings Released on: 2012-03-01 Conductor: Eiji Oue Orchestra: Minnesota Orchestra Composer: Aaron Copland Auto-generated by YouTube.
    

Channel Title : The National Youth Orchestras of Scotland

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Published Date : 2017-08-15T15:12:01.000Z

In this short clip we see NYOS Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Michael Francis performing the last section of the 4th movement from Aaron Copland's epic 3rd Symphony on the final date of its summer tour at Perth Concert Hall 4 August 2017.
    

Channel Title : United States Marine Band

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Published Date : 2015-04-20T18:50:05.000Z

"The President's Own" United States Marine Band presents the Finale from Aaron Copland's Symphony No. 3, transcribed by Master Sgt. Donald Patterson. Directed by Lt. Col. Jason K. Fettig. From "Be Glad Then, America" released in 2014. http://www.marineband.marines.mil/ Download the CD booklet: http://www.marineband.marines.mil/Portals/175/Docs/Audio/Educational_Series/be_glad_then_america/CD30_be_glad_then_america_web_booklet.pdf Listen to entire CD: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA7no0L9zTk4GlDO7pIl8-EwkEzwYHs3c
    

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Published Date : 2018-07-22T06:10:35.000Z

live in the Sydney Opera House Concert Hall: June, 1996 concertmaster Donald Hazelwood; 1st flute Janet Webb; 1st oboe Simon Blount; 1st clarinet Lawrence Dobell; 1st bassoon Roger Brooke; 1st horn Lee Bracegirdle; 1st trumpet Daniel Mendelow; 1st trombone Ronald Prussing; tuba Steve Rossé; harp Louise Johnson
    

Channel Title : The Kennedy Center

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Published Date : 2018-03-15T15:36:58.000Z

The National Symphony Orchestra performs Beethoven's Symphony No. 3 ("Eroica"), Movement III. In the Kennedy Center Concert Hall, November 9, 2017. Gianandrea Noseda conducts. Subscribe to The Kennedy Center! http://bit.ly/2gNFrtb
    

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Published Date : 2013-09-15T12:02:55.000Z

Prom 45: São Paulo Symphony Orchestra 15.08.2012, 7.30pm, Royal Albert Hall Antonín Dvořák - Symphony No. 9 in E minor, 'From the New World', Op 95 (45 mins) Aaron Copland - Fanfare for the Common Man (4 mins) Joan Tower - Fanfare for the Uncommon Woman (3 mins) Hector Villa-Lobos - Momoprécoce (28 mins) Alberto Ginastera - Estancia, Op 8a - suite (12 mins) Edu Lobo - Pé de Vento from Suíte Popular Brasileira, orch. Nelson Ayres (3 mins) Nelson Freire piano São Paulo Symphony Orchestra Marin Alsop conductor Music from both American hemispheres features tonight. First the masterpiece through which the Bohemian Dvořák, resident in New York, sought to establish an American musical identity, a symphony exuding nostalgia for his own native woods and fields. Later comes Copland's iconic Fanfare and highlights from Ginastera's best-known score. Joan Tower, whose childhood was spent partly in Bolivia, celebrates 'women who take risks and are adventurous', while distinguished Brazilian pianist Nelson Freire returns to the Proms to play one of Villa-Lobos's most attractive compositions.
    

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Published Date : 2011-05-31T17:34:31.000Z

Ludwig van Beethoven's Symphony No. 3 in E flat major (Op. 55), also known as the Eroica (Italian for "heroic"), is a landmark musical work marking the full arrival of the composer's "middle-period", a series of unprecedented large scale works of emotional depth and structural rigor. The Third was begun immediately after the Second, completed in August 1804, and first performed April 7, 1805. Beethoven had originally conceived of dedicating the symphony to Napoleon Bonaparte, but when Napoleon proclaimed himself Emperor of the French in May 1804, Beethoven became disgusted and dedicated the symphony to Prince Franz Joseph Maximillian Lobkowitz.
    

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Published Date : 2015-01-19T00:06:21.000Z

Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group North America Copland: Symphony No.3 - 1. Molto moderato · New York Philharmonic Orchestra · Leonard Bernstein Copland: Symphony No. 3; Quiet City ℗ 1986 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin Released on: 1986-01-01 Producer: Hanno Rinke Recording Producer: Hans Weber Balance Engineer: Klaus Scheibe Recording Engineer: Jobst Eberhardt Recording Engineer: Wolf-Dieter Karwatky Composer: Aaron Copland Music Publisher: Boosey & Hawkes Music Publishers Ltd. Auto-generated by YouTube.
    

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Published Date : 2017-04-03T22:04:10.000Z

Aaron Copland Symphony No.3 Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Yoel Levi
    

Channel Title : Leonard Bernstein - Topic

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Published Date : 2015-01-19T00:04:34.000Z

Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group North America Copland: Symphony No.3 - 2. Allegro molto · New York Philharmonic Orchestra · Leonard Bernstein Copland: Symphony No. 3; Quiet City ℗ 1986 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin Released on: 1986-01-01 Producer: Hanno Rinke Recording Producer: Hans Weber Balance Engineer: Klaus Scheibe Recording Engineer: Jobst Eberhardt Recording Engineer: Wolf-Dieter Karwatky Composer: Aaron Copland Music Publisher: Boosey & Hawkes Music Publishers Ltd. Auto-generated by YouTube.
    

Channel Title : Dave's Music Box

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Published Date : 2018-01-16T19:22:35.000Z

Aaron Copland, amazing super-duper American composer, wrote in his autobiography: "Eugene Goossens, conductor of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, [wrote] to me at the end of August about an idea he wanted to put into action for the 1942-43 concert season. During World War I he had asked British composers for a fanfare to begin each orchestral concert. It had been so successful that he thought to repeat the procedure in World War II with American composers". A total of 18 fanfares were written at Goossens' behest, but Copland's is the only one which remains in the standard repertoire. It was written in response to the US entry into World War II and was inspired in part by a famous 1942 speech where Henry A. Wallace [vice-president to president Franklin D. Roosevelt] proclaimed the dawning of the "Century of the Common Man". Goossens had suggested titles such as Fanfare for Soldiers, or sailors or airmen, and he wrote that "[i]t is my idea to make these fanfares stirring and significant contributions to the war effort...." Copland considered several titles including Fanfare for a Solemn Ceremony and Fanfare for Four Freedoms; to Goossens' surprise, however, Copland titled the piece Fanfare for the Common Man. Goossens wrote "Its title is as original as its music, and I think it is so telling that it deserves a special occasion for its performance. If it is agreeable to you, we will premiere it 12 March 1943 at income tax time". Copland's reply was "I [am] all for honoring the common man at income tax time". NB: Copland later used the fanfare as the main theme of the fourth movement of his equally amazing super-duper Third Symphony (composed between 1944 - 1946.) Watch James Levine and the NYPhil perform "Fanfare for the Common Man" - their rendition is noble and drawn-out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FLMVB0B1_Ts Follow the brass-and-percussion score to a different, faster interpretation (performers not given): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P-Zt4q1Xa8w Lastly, here's Copland himself conducting the NYPhil, but it's not just the Fanfare; they perform the entire fourth movement of his Third Symphony. Check it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pgj7_DmgDqs Performed by David Alexander-Barnes
    

Channel Title : FourthMovement - The Best of Classical Music

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Published Date : 2011-08-20T23:33:47.000Z

Lorin Maazel, conductor New York Philharmonic, 2004
    

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The NOVA Manassas Symphony Orchestra, James Villani, Music Director, Michelle Rupert, Assistant Conductor, presented "Musical Titans" on November 6, 2010 at Merchant Hall at the Hylton Performing Arts Center in Manassas, Virginia. The orchestra is the Manassas and Prince William County area's premier all-volunteer community-service symphony orchestra. Our diverse blend of local artists and great music, along with unique programs and family-friendly atmosphere, are designed to delight both our long-time patrons and newest audience members. The NOVA Manassas Symphony Orchestra is a college and community organization comprised of residents of the greater Manassas area and students at the NVCC Manassas Campus. The orchestra exists for the purpose of performing symphonic literature to provide a quality orchestral experience for college students as well as a performance outlet for the talent and training of the community members. The orchestra serves to enlighten and educate the general public.
    

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Published Date : 2015-01-19T00:07:53.000Z

Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group North America Copland: Symphony No.3 - 3. Andantino quasi allegretto · New York Philharmonic Orchestra · Leonard Bernstein Copland: Symphony No. 3; Quiet City ℗ 1986 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin Released on: 1986-01-01 Producer: Hanno Rinke Recording Producer: Hans Weber Balance Engineer: Klaus Scheibe Recording Engineer: Jobst Eberhardt Recording Engineer: Wolf-Dieter Karwatky Composer: Aaron Copland Music Publisher: Boosey & Hawkes Music Publishers Ltd. Auto-generated by YouTube.
    

Channel Title : Dallas Symphony Orchestra

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Published Date : 2014-05-12T18:50:42.000Z

The greatest American symphony? Maestro van Zweden talks about the Copland and why it may hold that honor.
    

Channel Title : United States Marine Band

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Published Date : 2017-09-05T18:13:28.000Z

"The President's Own" United States Marine Band performed James Stephenson's Symphony No. 2, Voices at the Midwest Clinic. This is the third movement, Of One. This piece was performed during both concerts on December 14, 2016, in the Skyline Ballroom W375AB of McCormick Place in Chicago. Lt. Col. Jason K. Fettig, conducting. This was the world première. Concert playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA7no0L9zTk4YycfyW67XxR08b3jyOMgw Program and notes: http://www.marineband.marines.mil/Portals/175/Docs/Programs/Midwest_program_2016_web.pdf?ver=2016-11-23-092743-820
    

Channel Title : St. Louis Symphony Orchestra

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Published Date : 2015-05-07T19:24:30.000Z

STL Symphony cellist Alvin McCall on being the 50th of 50 member soloists in the STL Symphony's 135th anniversary season and the piece he's performing, MacDowell's Romanze.
    

Channel Title : Leonard Bernstein - Topic

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Published Date : 2015-12-01T18:27:28.000Z

Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group North America Copland: Symphony No.3 - 4. Molto deliberato (Fanfare) ; Allegro risoluto · New York Philharmonic Orchestra · Leonard Bernstein Bernstein: The Best Of All Possible Worlds ℗ ℗ 1986 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin Under Exclusive License in the United States to The Decca Label Group, a division of UMG Records Released on: 2008-01-01 Executive Producer: Hanno Rinke Recording Producer: Hans Weber Balance Engineer: Klaus Scheibe Recording Engineer: Jobst Eberhardt Recording Engineer: Wolf-Dieter Karwatky Composer: Aaron Copland Music Publisher: Boosey & Hawkes, Inc. Auto-generated by YouTube.
    

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Published Date : 2013-10-02T01:10:03.000Z

Part 3 of 5 of the official CSO LumenoCity video series, featuring Aaron Copland's Variations on a Shaker Melody from "Appalachian Spring." The fourth installment featuring the final movement from Beethoven's Symphony No. 5 will be released next week and Ravel's "Bolero" the following week. On August 3 & 4, 2013, over 35,000 people flocked to Washington Park in Cincinnati, OH where they experienced a concert event unlike anything that had ever been witnessed anywhere on the continent. One moment Music Hall shattered before our eyes, the next a girl skipped out of one of its magically restored windows, while the mighty Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, led by our inspiring new Music Director Louis Langrée, held everything together, enveloping the audience in sound and wonder. LumenoCity is made possible by The Carol Ann & Ralph V. Haile, Jr./US Bank Foundation, which is the event's Music Hall Lighting Sponsor. The Production Sponsor is P&G, the Collaborative Performance Sponsor is The John A. Schroth Family Charitable Trust, PNC Bank Trustee, the Broadcast Recording Equipment Sponsor is The Johnson Foundation, the Electronic Media Sponsors are Bill & Sue Friedlander, Anne Heldman, the Kaplan Foundation, Rosemary & Mark Schlachter, and Messer Construction Company. Concert Sponsors are PNC and Paycor. Creative Sponsor is Landor Associates and the Media Partner is CET. Free parking shuttles have been generously underwritten by GBBN. The project team included representatives from the CSO, The Carol Ann & Ralph V. Haile Foundation, P&G, ArtWorks, 3CDC, Agar, Landor Associates, Prestige Audio Visual and Creative Services and Rockfish Interactive. The CSO gratefully acknowledges support from ArtsWave, the Louise Dieterle Nippert Musical Arts Fund and the Ohio Arts Council. www.lumenocity2013.com Video Producer: CET Audio Recording Producer: Elaine Martone Audio Recording Engineer: Chelsea VandeDrink, Cincinnati Public Radio
    

Channel Title : Tom Hakanson

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Published Date : 2016-12-11T22:00:08.000Z

Fanfare For The Common Man by Aaron Copland, edited slightly by me. Special thanks to the New York Philiharmonic Orchestra for supplying the audio for this track. Program Note: In 1942, in the midst World War II, conductor Eugene Goossens of the Cincinnati Symphony approached Aaron Copland with a request to write a fanfare. As assistant conductor of Thomas Beecham’s Queen’s Hall Orchestra during the first world war, Goossens had asked British composers to write fanfares with which the orchestra would open each concert. He wished to repeat this gesture during the current conflict, and engaged 18 composers to write fanfares for the 1942-43 season. Of them, only Copland’s has stood the test of time. Goossen suggested to the composers that the works be titled after various allies and fighting organizations; some of the fanfares included A Fanfare for Russia by Deems Taylor, Fanfare for the Signal Corps by Howard Hanson, Fanfare de la Liberte by Darius Milhaud, and A Fanfare for the Fighting French by Walter Piston. Even Goossens tried his hand at one, with Fanfare for the Merchant Marine. But when Copland, who toyed with Fanfare for a Solemn Ceremony and Fanfare for Four Freedoms, finally chose the common man as his dedicatee, Goossen declared the work’s title “as original as its music,” and chose what he thought was a suitable special occasion for its premiere: March 12, 1943, near the time to file income tax. Copland is said to have replied, “I [am] all for honoring the common man at income tax time.” Copland’s fanfare is by now so familiar that it is difficult to assess what makes it so memorable. Copland himself knew he had something notable, and he used the theme again in the final movement of his Third Symphony (1946). Certainly it evidences the strong, spare open-fourth and -fifth harmonies that were so integral to Copland’s compositions during this “populist” period. It is also remarkably slow, for a fanfare: Copland marked it "Very deliberately." It begins with a call to arms from the percussion (timpani, bass drum, and tam tam or gong). But it is the heroic trumpet theme that draws us in, with both its majesty and energy. The theme is soon passed between trombones and tuba, and then horns and trumpets. With each repetition and additional voice it increases in grandeur, until the work closes with a crescendo in the percussion matched by a swelling chord in the brass. The whole is one of those happy works that seem so ‘right,’ it is as if the composer had discovered a force of nature and simply set it to paper. (Program Note Supplied by Barbara Heninger) I do not own "Fanfare For The Common Man" composed by Aaron Copland nor do I claim to own Fanfare For the Common Man composed by Aaron Copland. This piece is owned by Aaron Copland and this Derivative work is also owned by Aaron Copland. Sheet music made with MuseScore - https://musescore.com/dustyc7/scores/3064261
    

Channel Title : Sergio Cánovas

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Published Date : 2018-07-10T18:57:58.000Z

Fort Smith Symphony Orchestra conducted by John Jeter I - The Awakening. Moderately fast: 0:00 II - Prayer. Very slowly: 3:44 III - Relaxation. Gaily: 10:15 IV - Day's End and a new beginning. Resolutely: 12:42 The Symphony No.3 of William Grant Still was composed in 1958, in Mission Viejo, California, being the last written of his symphonies, later renumbered as No.3. It is the only one that could not be premiered during his life. The first performance took place after his death in Harrison, Arkansas, on February 12, 1984, performed by the North Arkansas Symphony Orchestra conducted by Carlton Woods. The act took place during the William Grant Still Festival. Written in four movements, which bear titles suggesting the activities carried out on a typical Sunday, from the awakening until the end of the day. A happy first movement to start the day with optimism, followed by a prayer. After a relaxing dance the day ends happily waiting for the new day. The first movement, Moderately: The Awakening, after a few calls of metal appears the first theme, full of enthusiasm and joy. After a brief development, ends with a living recapitulation. The second movement, Very Slow: Prayer, presents a blues interpreted by the English horn, as a sign of prayer. In the central part it increases its expression until arriving at the solemn presentation of the theme. Composed in the form of an arc, in the final part it turns to the beginning, with the melody interpreted by the English horn. The third movement, Gaily: Relaxation, corresponds to a brief scherzo. The wood presents a fine dance, answered by serious rhythmic sounds of metal and percussion. The wood closes the movement with a sharp rhythm. The last movement, Resolutely: Day's End and A New Beginning, begins more seriously with a rhythmic theme of solemn aspect. A second melodic theme of romantic character produces the proper contrast, signaling hope in a new day. The recapitulation closes the work through a decisive coda. A music with a certain innocence that expresses the religious beliefs of Still, each day being a new opportunity to serve the creator. Sources from this spanish website on Still symphonism: http://www.historiadelasinfonia.es/naciones/la-sinfonia-en-los-estados-unidos/los-compositores-mas-notables-1/grant-still/
    

Channel Title : inspirations365

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Published Date : 2009-10-04T17:13:49.000Z

October 3, 2009 Composed by Aaron Copland Kynan Johns, Conductor Jeffery Ellenberger, Assistant Conductor I recorded this upon request from one of the members of the orchestra. This is not allowed in the venue, so I had to be very discreet with this, so it shouldn't be surprising that this is the only movement I was able to get.
    

Channel Title : Conservatory Lab Charter School

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Published Date : 2013-06-04T20:00:07.000Z

On June 1, Conservatory Lab's Dudamel Brass and Boston Philharmonic Youth Orchestra brass section performed at the 1st Annual Greater Boston El Sistema Showcase at The Ben Franklin Institute of Technology. The concert featured the eight El Sistema-inspired programs throughout Massachusetts and was sponsored in part by Free For All Concert Fund. Chris Schroeder conducts. Conservatory Lab Charter School is a public elementary school which provides cutting-edge, music-infused education through El Sistema and Expeditionary Learning. Be a part of the music at Conservatory Lab. http://conservatorylab.org/join-us/donors/
    

Channel Title : Seattle Symphony - Topic

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Published Date : 2014-04-01T22:11:32.000Z

Provided to YouTube by NAXOS of America Fanfare for the Common Man · Seattle Symphony Orchestra Copland, A.: Fanfare for the Common Man / Lincoln Portrait / Canticle of Freedom / Harris, R.: American Creed (Portraits of Freedom) ℗ 1993 Delos Released on: 1993-01-01 Conductor: Gerard Schwarz Orchestra: Seattle Symphony Orchestra Composer: Aaron Copland Auto-generated by YouTube.

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