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William Schuman: Symphony 3

Okay, again, another random trip to the library, and this time I picked out three Third Symphonies by americans: Copland, Harris, and the present Williams Schuman. I just got finished listening to the Schuman and why in gods name isn’t … Continue reading

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The Espansiva gets it’s balls knocked off

Before today, somehow I had managed to not watch this performance of Nielsen’s 3rd Symphony. You think I would’ve listened to it by now, considering I’ve been a huge fan of the work for quite a while now, and also … Continue reading

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Nielsen: Symphony 3

  The last few weeks, in what little spare time I’ve had, I’ve been on a Nielsen binge, and by that I mean I have listened to every recording of his symphony 3 on youtube. His music is just so … Continue reading

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View from the Audience: Percpetion v. Reality

Last Thursday my youth Wind Ensemble had our fall concert. We played excellently, but that is beside the point. The Youth Symphony Orchestra, on the same program, played the last movement from Mahler’s 3rd Symphony. Sitting in the audience, I was struck by … Continue reading

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