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Condition: New, UPC: 0534790224242, Publication Date: 04/09/1996, Type: COMPACT DISC, Style: CLASSICAL/ORCHESTRAL & SYMPHONIC,
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New England Triptych
I. Be Glad Then, America
II. When Jesus Wept
III. Chester
The White Peacock, Op. 7, No. 1
Three Places In New England
I. The 'St. Gaudens' In Boston Common (Col. Robert Gould Shaw And His Coloured Regiment)
II. Putnam's Camp, Redding, Connecticut
III. The Housatonic At Stockbridge
Mysterious Mountain (Symphony No. 2)
Andante Con Moto
Moderato Maestoso (Double Fugue)
Andante Espressivo
The Incredible Flutist
Introduction - Siesta In The Market Place
Entrance Of The Vendors
Entrance Of The Customers
Tango Of The Merchant's Daughters
Arrival Of The Circus
Circus March
The Flutist
Spanish Waltz
(Eight O'Clock Strikes)
Polka Finale


Total Program Length: 73:00

Recorded in the Eugene McDermott Hall at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center in Dallas, Texas in May 1995.

Special thanks to George Blood.

℗ © 1996 Dorian Recordings a division of The Dorian Group, Ltd.
Manufactured in the EU. (Variant 1)
Manufactured in the USA (Variant 2)
Printed in the U.S.A.

CD comes packaged in a standard plastic jewel case, and includes a 20-page booklet with notes in English.


Artwork [Quilt Pieced By] – Nylene Dory
Bassoon – Scott Walzel, Wilfred Roberts (2)
Bassoon, Contrabassoon – Peter Grenier
Booklet Editor [Booklet Preparation & Editing] – Katherine A. Dory
Cello – Charles Jacot, Christopher Adkins, Daniel Levine (5), Janet Nathan, John Myers (13), Merle Clayton, Michael Coren, Mildred McShane, Mitchell Maxwell, Yuri Anshelevich
Clarinet – Harold Nogle, Jr., Stephen Girko
Clarinet, Bass Clarinet – Christopher Runk
Clarinet, Clarinet [Eb] – Paul Garner (9)
Conductor – Andrew Litton
Conductor [Assistant Conductor] – Keri-Lynn Wilson
Conductor [Resident Conductor] – James Rives-Jones
Contractor – Wilfred Roberts (2)
Design [Graphic Design] – Kimberly Smith Co.,
Double Bass – Alan Yanofsky, Clifford Spohr, Dwight Shambley, Elizabeth Patterson Girko, Kirk Baker, Paula Holmes Fleming, Roger Fratena, Tom Lederer
Edited By, Mastered By – Brian C. Peters
Engineer – Brian C. Peters, Douglas Brown (2)
Executive-Producer – Brian M. Levine
Flute – Harvey Boatright, Jean Weger Larson
Flute, Piccolo Flute – Deborah Baron
Harp – Ellen Ritscher, Susan Dederich-Pejovich
Horn – David Battey, Gregory Hustis, James London (3), Paul Capehart, Robin Raby
Liner Notes – Kevin Bazzana
Management [Personnel Manager] – Michael Coren
Music Librarian – Karen Schnackenberg
Music Librarian [Assistant Librarian] – Mark Wilson (40)
Oboe – Catherine Barr, David Matthews (14), Eric Barr (2)
Oboe, English Horn – Stephen Lickman
Orchestra – Dallas Symphony Orchestra
Organ – Mary Preston (3)
Percussion – Brad Wagner (2), Douglas Howard, Michael Pfeiffer (4), Ronald Snider, Vernon Ewan
Photography By [Cover Photography] – Bill Murphy, Brian M. Levine, Craig D. Dory
Piano, Celesta [Celeste] – Alfred Mouledous
Producer – Andrew Keener
Stage Manager – John Gutierrez (4)
Technician [Stage Technician] – Carl Wong (2)
Timpani – Kalman Cherry
Trombone – John Kitzman, Philip Graham (4)
Trombone, Bass Trombone – Daral Rauscher
Trumpet – Bert Truax, David Bilger, Richard Giangiulio, Thomas Booth (2)
Tuba – Everett Gilmore
Viola – Barbara Hustis, Caroline Clayton (2), David Schultz (4), Ellen Rose, Jean Pinkston, John Geisel, Kay Gardner (4), Lionello Forzanti, Mitta Angell, Pamela Askew, Thomas Demer, Valerie Dimond
Violin [First Violin] – Andrew Schast, Andrzej Kapica, Arkady Fomin, Bruce Wittrig, Diane Kitzman, Jan Mark Sloman, Joan Davis (7), Kay Buchbinder, Mary Reynolds, Melvin Baer, Motoi Takeda, Peggy Miller Zimmers, Ronald Hudson (2), Sarah Hardesty, Susan Ager
Violin [First Violin], Concertmaster [Barbara and Seymour R. Thum Chair] – Emanuel Borok
Violin [Second Violin] – Alexandra Shtarkman, Ann Garlichs, Bruce Patti, Dawn Stahler-McClure, Delmar Pettys, Heidi Trevor Itashiki, Janet Cherry, Maria Schleuning, Mary Battey, Mary K. Glass, Sho Mei Pelletier, William Scobie, Yuly Daneman


Phonographic Copyright (p) – Dorian Recordings
Copyright (c) – Dorian Recordings
Record Company – The Dorian Group, Ltd.
Recorded At – Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center
Glass Mastered At – Nimbus

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