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From Music Hall in Cincinnati we present another in a series of concerts by the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. Now in its seventy fifth season. Recorded during performance by W.G. U.S. the radio station of the University of Cincinnati. The programs are made possible through the cooperation of the Cincinnati Symphony park. It's true. The Cincinnati musicians Association and national educational radio. The conductor for this concert is every concert. The Orchestra will play the world premiere of the concerto for temp NEA and orchestra by Ken parchment lady Gina Spino soloist a quiet city for trumpet English horn and a string orchestra by Aaron Copeland. If Eugene Lee and Ferdinand Pryor as soloists. And the Concerto for double bass and orchestra by Frank Protel with Barry green soloist. And Pictures at an exhibition Opus 11 by a source orchestrated by Raphael. Program opens with the world premiere performance of the temp in a concerto by the Cincinnati composer and
parchment. He was born in 1909 and lives in Cincinnati today. Where he devotes his time to composition and study. He holds a master's degree from the University of Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music. Also studied at Tanglewood with Lucas FOSS Erich Leinsdorf and Aaron Copeland. Although the composer himself is a double bassist he has been especially interested in the question and Dishan to the temp and he can share how he's written two symphonies for percussion ensemble concerto for percussion and orchestra and a marimba concerto. Parchment composed. His company concerto in 1963. It's dedicated to Maestro every console and Eugena Spino the solo tempest of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. And the soloist for today's concert. In this concerto parchment move the temp and out of its usual role in the background of the
orchestra. Instead he makes it the soloist as he points out the work was written to exploit the temp UNII as a melodic instrument for it's entirely possible to play a tune on the timpani in Jericho is based on four musical ideas and their metamorphosis parchment refers to the style as neo romantic on stage and all that is deemed to be no fellowship and that's the same for that except for the orchestra followed by very thankful for from Dr. Barker right in the world premiere of the cheerful for company and orchestra by again. Parchment. I. Who.
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money in 1953 and this year in that same orchestra will present the world premiere of his Elegy for harvest. Do you think that a symphony orchestra has played the world premieres of many parchments where a symphony for strings in 1961 little few for Marcus back in 1960 to see whence the overture. Thank you 63 and salute to Paul Porter and the marimba and gentlemen thank you to the. Thank you on the program is a quiet city for trumpet English horn and string orchestra by Aaron Copeland featuring Eugene Levy as a trumpet soloist
and Ferdinand prior English horn soloist. Aaron Copeland born in 1900 is now living in New York City. Quiets said he was adopted in 1040 from incidental music to a play by Irwin Shaw. This play produced a year earlier deals with the night thoughts of city dwellers. But his main character is a young trumpet player who attempts to arouse the conscience of his colleagues in the orchestra. Copeland's music reflects what he calls the in astrology and inner distress of a society profoundly aware of its own insecurity. This is one of the many problems of modern man which of concerned the composer as a composer of course. Copeland has been concerned with the problem of how to compose in an age of mass media how to reach today's audience without sacrificing his artistic standards. His own approach
seems to have been through a progressive simplification of style. The distances and jarring rhythms of Copeland's music in the 20s gave way to a simpler style and the use of folk tunes in the thirties and quiet city carries this trend a step farther. Every console has just appeared on stage about walking toward the podium in a moment well conducting something. Thanks so much for trumpet English and string orchestra. By Aaron Copeland. Why. A.
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seller of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra it was conducted by Erik Prince. Aaron Copeland completed quiet city just after his valet believe the year ended just before his 1940 film score for Jordan Wilder's Our Town. Cup win has been very active in promoting modern music especially that of. American composers. Has served in the. International Society for contemporary music and in the league of composers who've purposes to increase public interest
in living for free. Thanks to hear the Concerto for double bass and orchestra by Frank Prato very green principal bassist of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra is the soloist. Frank pro-homo was born in New York City and one hundred forty one. He holds a master's degree from the Manhattan School of Music. And in 1966 he joined the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra as a member of the double bass section. He also is a music director of the symphony jazz quintet. Provos double bass concerto was written for Mary Green and completed in 1968. The composer calls it an attempt to realize the melodious and virtuoso possibilities of the bass. Written in
his own style. Which he doesn't consider avant garde although it has been influenced by jazz. Proto notes that the double bass concertos of not been written since the Baroque era when they were fairly common. Today however the instrument is again coming into its own. It's played a vital role in the development of jazz which in turn has influenced serious contemporary music pro thinks that more effects can be obtained from the bass than from any other stringed instrument in his words. It's now a vital part of the American musical environment and American and European composers will increasingly call upon it. The concerto is for movements which alternate from slow to fast. Now here is Barry green our soloist followed by Maestro every control. To conduct the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra in the home for double bass and for history by Frank pro.
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Frodo is awful the arranger of many works for the Cincinnati for these pop band youth concerts. Thank. If Now intermission time at Cincinnati Music Hall. We pause now for station identification. This is the national educational radio network.
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Series
Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra 1970
Episode Number
#12 (Reel 1)
Contributing Organization
University of Maryland (College Park, Maryland)
AAPB ID
cpb-aacip/500-rn30760t
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Description
Series Description
This series features live performances from the 1970 season by the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra .
Date
1970-05-02
Topics
Music
Subjects
Concerts
Media type
Sound
Duration
01:01:50
Credits
Performing Group: Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra
AAPB Contributor Holdings
University of Maryland
Identifier: 71-19-12 (National Association of Educational Broadcasters)
Format: 1/4 inch audio tape
Duration: 01:00:46
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