American songs, Aaron Copland
The work American songs, Aaron Copland represents a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Jacksonville Public Library.

Resource ID
  • 6XE1rtM-FsM
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  • True
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  • 2
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Label
  • American songs, Aaron Copland
Main title
  • American songs
Responsibility statement
  • Aaron Copland
Variant title
  • Copland: Old American songs, Eight poems of Emily Dickinson, etc
  • Long time ago
Language
  • eng
Accompanying matter
  • technical information on music
  • biography of performer or history of ensemble
  • libretto or text
Form of composition
  • multiple forms
Format of music
  • not applicable
Medium
  • sound recording
OCLC Number
  • 30722743
Other event information
  • Recorded at The Ordway Music Theatre, St. Paul, MN, Sept. 1992 and Sept. 1993
Table of contents
  • Old American songs : Orchestral version. First set. The boatmen's dance ; The dodger ; Long time ago ; Simple gifts ; I bought me a cat -- Second set. The little horses ; Zion's walls ; The golden willow tree ; At the river ; Ching-a-ring chaw -- Down a country lane -- Eight poems of Emily Dickinson. Nature, the gentlest mother ; There came a wind like a bugle ; The world feels dusty ; Heart, we will forget him! ; Dear March, come in! ; Sleep is supposed to be ; Going to heaven! ; The chariot -- Billy the Kid: selection. Waltz ; Prairie night ; Celebration dance
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