- Performer:Cincinnati Wind Symphony / Eugene Corporon
- Title:Cincinnati Wind Symphony plays Jacob Druckman, Dana Wilson, Robert Kurka & David Diamond
- Style:Band Music,Ballet,Orchestral
- Date of release:1993
- Size FLAC version1542 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1290 megabytes
- Size WMA version1257 megabytes
- Formats:AA VOC DMF MMF VOX ADX
Eugene Corporon, Cincinnati Wind Symphony. 2. In Memoriam Vincent Persichetti, for band. Eugene Corporon, Cincinnati Wind Symphony.
Eugene Migliaro Corporon Conductor, Cincinnati Wind Symphony Ensemble. Cincinnati Wind Symphony plays Jacob Druckman, Dana Wilson, Robert Kurka and David Diamond. Cincinnati Wind Symphony. In Concert: Cincinnati Wind Symphony. Naxos featured album.
CCM Wind Symphony, Cincinnati Of Music Wind Symphony.
Album · 1995 · 16 Songs. By Phillip Lang & Morton Gould - Eugene Migliaro Corporon & Cincinnati Wind Symphony. By Frank Ticheli - Eugene Migliaro Corporon & Cincinnati Wind Symphony. 3. Carnival of Venice. By Herbert Clarke - Brian Bowman, Eugene Migliaro Corporon & Cincinnati Wind Symphony. By Keith Brion & David Wallis Reeves - Eugene Migliaro Corporon & Cincinnati Wind Symphony.
Cincinnati Wind Symphony: Hearts Music. 02. I. Andante - Allegro. Cincinnati Wind Symphony: Hearts Music.
Lyrics for top songs by Cincinnati Wind Symphony. American Salute (arr. for wind orchestra). Morton Gould, Phillip J. Lang, Cincinnati Wind Symphony, Eugene Migliaro Corporon. Symphony No. 6, Op. 69, "Symphony for Band": I. Adagio - Allegro. Vincent Persichetti, Cincinnati Wind Symphony, Eugene Migliaro Corporon. Robert Kurka, Cincinnati Wind Symphony, Eugene Migliaro Corporon. Cincinnati Wind Symphony: Songs and Dances. Cincinnati Wind Symphony: Soundings.
Here’s the JMU Wind Symphony playing David Maslanka’s The Seeker. com/watch?v gzAMllfmeJk. The Seeker" by David Maslanka - JMU Wind Symphony.
Jacob Raphael Druckman (June 26, 1928 – May 24, 1996) was an American composer born in Philadelphia. A graduate of the Juilliard School, Druckman studied with Vincent Persichetti, Peter Mennin, and Bernard Wagenaar. In 1949 and 1950 he studied with Aaron Copland at Tanglewood and later continued his studies at the École Normale de Musique in Paris (1954–55). Notable musicians who have recorded his works include David Zinman, Wolfgang Sawallisch, Zubin Mehta, Leonard Slatkin, Dawn Upshaw, Jan DeGaetani, Dorian Wind Quintet, the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, and the American Brass Quintet.
CreditsCincinnati Wind Symphony - Orchestra, Primary Artist
Eugene Corporon - Conductor, Primary Artist
Bruce Leek - Engineer
Jack Stamp - Producer
|1||Paean for winds & percussion||Eugene Corporon / Cincinnati Wind Symphony||2:24|
|2||In Memoriam Vincent Persichetti, for band||Eugene Corporon / Cincinnati Wind Symphony||3:46|
|Piece of Mind, for band|
|3||Thinking||Eugene Corporon / Cincinnati Wind Symphony||3:14|
|4||Remembering||Eugene Corporon / Cincinnati Wind Symphony||4:01|
|5||Feeling||Eugene Corporon / Cincinnati Wind Symphony||6:56|
|6||Being||Eugene Corporon / Cincinnati Wind Symphony||6:58|
|The Good Soldier Schweik, suite from the opera|
|7||Overture||Eugene Corporon / Cincinnati Wind Symphony||3:26|
|8||Lament||Eugene Corporon / Cincinnati Wind Symphony||3:25|
|9||March||Eugene Corporon / Cincinnati Wind Symphony||2:58|
|10||War Dance||Eugene Corporon / Cincinnati Wind Symphony||2:07|
|11||Pastoral||Eugene Corporon / Cincinnati Wind Symphony||3:01|
|12||Finale||Eugene Corporon / Cincinnati Wind Symphony||3:18|
|13||Tantivy, for band||Eugene Corporon / Cincinnati Wind Symphony||10:09|