1926, vol. 2: Ravel, Hanson, Copland

In 1926, Hanson completed an Organ Concerto, a solo piano piece called Vermeland, and a tone poem for orchestra entitled Pan and the Priest.  The Organ Concerto isn’t heard today in its 1926 version; Hanson revised it in 1941 as his Concerto for Organ, Harp, and Orchestra, and it’s this version you can find on record. […] (Click here to continue reading a transcript of this podcast.)

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Ravel, Chansons Madécasses
Hanson, Pan and the Priest
Copland, Piano Concerto
Armstrong, Cornet Chop Suey
Copland, Sentimental Melody
Copland, Two Pieces for Violin and Piano

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