Bernstein - Songfest; Gershwin - An American in Paris; Copland - An Outdoor Overture
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Label: Naxos - American Classics
Cat No: 8559859
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 9th April 2020
WorksSongfest: A Cycle of American Poems for Six Singers and Orchestra
An Outdoor Overture
An American in Paris
ArtistsWolf Trap Opera
National Orchestral Institute Philharmonic
The ongoing series of American orchestral works presented by the National Orchestral Institute Philharmonic received critical acclaim, including a GRAMMY nomination in 2018 for their performance of Harbison’s Fourth Symphony, Ruggles’ Sun-Treader and Stucky’s Second Concerto for Orchestra, under David Alan Miller (8559836). AllMusic.com has commented that Miller ‘draws out exciting and expressive playing from the orchestra and avoids the dry, academic approach of similar surveys.’ ★★★★
‘The NOIP plays magnificently,’ ★★★★★ wrote AudiophileAudition for their debut recording of Corigliano’s First Symphony, Bright Blue Music by Michael Torke, and the Appalachian Spring Suite by Copland (8559782), while the second disc of Randall Thompson’s Symphony no.2, Samuel Adams’ Drift and Providence and Barber’s First Symphony (8559822) was well received by Pizzicato for their ‘top notch performances.’ ★★★★★
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