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Album: "RCA Symphony Orchestra: Light Classical Treasures " Track 15: "Symphony No. 2. .Hanson himself conducted and recorded the work with the Eastman-Rochester Symphony Orchestra.
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Lane, Eastman-Rochester Orchestra, Howard Hanson. Composed By – Lane Lyrics By – Mark Van DorenMezzo-soprano Vocals – Patricia Berlin. Mountain House: December. Down Dip The Branches. Orchestra – Eastman-Rochester Orchestra. Producer – Wilma Cozart. Recording Supervisor – Harold Lawrence.
Hanson's Song of Democracy, on a Walt Whitman text, was performed at the inaugural concert for incoming . Elegy in Memory of Serge Koussevitzky O. 4 (1956). Summer Seascape (1958). Elegy in Memory of Serge Koussevitzky Op. 44 – Mercury Records (SR90150) – Hanson conducting the Eastman-Rochester Orchestra (1957). The Lament for Beowulf Op.
Koussevitzky was born into a Jewish family of professional musicians in Vyshny Volochyok, Tver Governorate (present-day Tver Oblast), about 250 km northwest of Moscow, Russia. His parents taught him violin, cello, and piano. He also learned trumpet. At the age of fourteen he received a scholarship to the Musico-Dramatic Institute of the Moscow Philharmonic Society, where he studied double bass with Rambusek and music theory . In 1956, the American composer Howard Hanson, a friend of Koussevitzky, wrote his Elegy for Serge Koussevitzky.
Album: Howard Hanson conducts Howard Hanson. Fuguing Tune - Moderato con moto Cowell: Symphony No. 4, Hovhaness: Arevakal - Concerto No. 1 for Orchestra, Riegger: New Dance, 2011 06:25. Eastman-Rochester Symphony Orchestra, Howard Hanson - Cowell: Symphony No. 4 (Short Symphony): I. Hymn - Allegro Cowell: Symphony No. 1 for Orchestra, Riegger: New Dance, 2011 05:40. Artist: Howard Hanson Eastman-Rochester Symphony Orchestra Eastman-Rochester Orchestra Eastman Rochester School Of Music Chorus. President Richard Nixon in 1969. Hanson proudly noted this was the first inaugural concert to feature only American music. Bold Island Suite (1961). His Symphony No. 2 is probably his most recorded work.
Howard Hanson: Symphonies Nos. 1 & 2; Elegy in Memory of Serge Koussevitsky.
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|A1||–Hanson*, Eastman School Of Music Chorus, Eastman-Rochester Orchestra, Howard Hanson||Song Of Democracy
Chorus – Eastman School Of Music ChorusChorus Master [Director] – Dr. Herman H. Genhart*Composed By – Hanson*Lyrics By [Text By] – Walt Whitman
|A2||–Hanson*, Eastman-Rochester Orchestra, Howard Hanson||Elegy, Op. 44
Composed By – Hanson*
|–Lane*, Eastman-Rochester Orchestra, Howard Hanson||Four Songs
Composed By – Lane*Lyrics By [Text By] – Mark Van DorenMezzo-soprano Vocals – Patricia Berlin
|B.a||–||Mountain House: December|
|B.b||–||The Dunce's Song|
|B.c||–||Down Dip The Branches|
|B.d||–||Will He Come Back?|
- Recorded At – Eastman Theatre, Rochester, New York
- Mastered At – Fine Recording Studios
- Pressed By – RCA Records Pressing Plant, Indianapolis
- Record Company – Mercury Record Corporation
- Conductor – Howard Hanson
- Engineer, Technician [Technical Consultant] – C. R. Fine*
- Mastered By – P*
- Orchestra – Eastman-Rochester Orchestra
- Photography By [Cover Photo] – Cole Weston
- Producer [Recording Director] – Wilma Cozart
- Recording Supervisor [Musical Supervisor] – Harold Lawrence
- Transferred By [Transfer From Tape To Disc Was Made By] – George Piros
- White labels with black print
- Deep 'groove' in label area
- "Promotional record"
- "For broadcast only ∙ Not for sale ∙ Mercury Record Corp. ∙ Chicago, Ill. ∙ U.S.A."
- "Margin Control"
- Laminated on front only
- Back of sleeve is in colour
- Large stereo banner on front top
- Olympian logo on front and back
- Uncredited sleeve notes in English only on back
- "Printed in U.S.A."
- SR90150 on sleeve
- SR 90150 on labels
- Labelography code: UW2
- Sub tracks on side 2 are not banded on vinyl
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side 1): SR 90150 A -FR 1 A1 P17 I
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side 2): SR 90150 B -FR 1 P17 I B1
- Other (Corresponding mono Category, on back of sleeve): MG50150
|MG 50150||Howard Hanson, Richard Lane , Eastman-Rochester Orchestra, Eastman School Of Music Chorus||Howard Hanson, Richard Lane , Eastman-Rochester Orchestra, Eastman School Of Music Chorus - Honson Song of Democracy, Elegy in Memory of my Friend, Serge Koussevitzky, Lane Four Songs (LP, Album, Mono)||Mercury||MG 50150||US||Unknown|
|ERA-1010||Howard Hanson, Richard Lane , Eastman-Rochester Symphony Orchestra*||Howard Hanson, Richard Lane , Eastman-Rochester Symphony Orchestra* - Elegy In Memory Of My Friend Serge Koussevitzky / Song Of Democracy / Four Songs (LP, Album)||Eastman Rochester Archives||ERA-1010||US||Unknown|