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Work: Knoxville: Summer of 1915

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ComposerBarber, Samuel (1910-1981)
Period20th century
Work typeOrchestral
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New York CityAmerican LamentationsWorld premiere

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Weston, Barber, Rorem, Copland
Orchestra of St Luke's; Jeremy Filsell; The Saint Thomas Choir of Men and Boys

BaltimoreAngel Blue And Rachmaninov 2

Janáček, Barber, Blanchard, Rachmaninov
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra; Oksana Lyniv; Angel Blue

North BethesdaAngel Blue And Rachmaninov 2

Janáček, Barber, Blanchard, Rachmaninov
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra; Oksana Lyniv; Angel Blue

MontrealSymphonic Explorations

Devaux, Barber, Price
Orchestre Métropolitain de Montréal; Yannick Nézet-Séguin; Angel Blue

Bloomfield TownshipJames Blachly / Laquita Mitchell

Perry, Perkinson, Barber, Smyth
Detroit Symphony Orchestra; James Blachly; Laquita Mitchell
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A perfect pair: Barber’s Knoxville and Mahler's Fourth in Atlanta

Robert Spano conducts a fine pairing of Romantic works in his final performance with Atlanta Symphony Orchestra after twenty years as their music director.
***11
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Enchanted childhood for adults from Hannigan, Rattle and the LSO

The soprano seemed to be duetting with players as much as conducting them in Knoxville: Summer of 1915.
*****
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A live audience returns to Covent Garden

Christine Rice gives an astonishingly performance in an evening of four powerful chamber pieces.
****1
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Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra celebrates America the beautiful

Classic works by Barber and Copland were performed alongside a contemporary composition that puts itself in conversation with the National Anthem.
****1
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A detox for Hong Kong from Fleming and the HK Phil

The HK Phil display virtuosic brilliance in an energetic rendition of Shostakovich’s witty Symphony no. 9 under Jaap van Zweden
****1
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