Large Orchestra

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List Of Compositions By Bohuslav Martinů - Orchestral - Others
... Half-time, rondo for large orchestra, H. 142 (1924 Polička) La Bagarre, Allegro for large orchestra, H ... Paris) Rhapsody (Allegro Symphonique), for large orchestra, H ...
William Mayer - Complete List of Works - Orchestral
... Sound Around (animal contest, text by Susan Otto), baritone-speaker, orchestra, 1955 (version of section of Children's songs) (European American Music Distributors) Hello, World!, female voice-spea ... Milne), female speaker/male speaker, orchestra, 1996 (version of vocal work) (WillMayer Music) ...
Pictures At An Exhibition - Arrangements and Interpretations - Orchestral Arrangements
... Laser-disc with Vladimir Ashkenazy conducting the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra) Maurice Ravel (1922 the fifth Promenade omitted) Giuseppe Becce (1922 ... Lucien Cailliet (1937 recorded by Eugene Ormandy and the Philadelphia Orchestra for RCA and reissued on Biddulph) Leopold Stokowski (1939 third Promenade, Tuileries ... Three recordings conducted by Stokowski with the Philadelphia Orchestra, All-American Youth Orchestra, and New Philharmonia) Walter Goehr (1942 Gnomus omitted includes a subsidiary ...
Benjamin C. S. Boyle - List of Works - Orchestral
... Impromptus and Arabesques, Opus 20 - for orchestra (2009) Hudson Sinfonia, Opus 19 - for brass ensemble (2009) Concerto for Organ and Orchestra, Opus 14 - for organ and large orchestra (2007) Cantata To One in ...
Georg Friedrich Haas - Works
... unausdenkliche Wälder for 2 pianos and 2 percussionists (1992) Descendiendo for orchestra (1993).. ... (1997) Concerto for violin and orchestra (1998) Nach-ruf...ent-gleitend.. ... for ensemble (1999) Torso for large orchestra after the unfinished Piano Sonata in C major, D.840 by Franz Schubert (1999–2000) in vain for 24 instruments (2000/02)...sodass ich’s hernach mit einem Blick ...

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