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CDs with: Gould, Morton

American piano classics.
Concerto for piano and orchestra in C major / Leroy Anderson (18:51) -- Second rhapsody for piano and orchestra / George Gershwin (15:11) -- Grand tarantelle / Louis M. Gottschalk ; [reconstructed and orchestrated by] Hershy Kay (7:20) -- 12th street rag / Euday Bowman (2:43) -- The entertainer (2:57) ; Solace (2:03) ; Maple leaf rag (3:09) / Scott Joplin -- Interplay : American concertette for piano and orchestra / Morton Gould (15:18).
CD 2398
American salute
American salute / transcribed by Philip Lang (4:31) -- Jericho rhapsody (12:10) -- March of the leathernecks / transcribed by Philip Lang (2:23) -- Yankee Doodle / setting by Morton Gould ; transcribed by Philip Lang (2:34) -- Ballad for band (8:24) -- Dixie / attributed to Daniel Decatur Emmett ; setting by Morton Gould (2:55) -- Santa Fe saga (10:03) -- Saratoga quickstep (3:30) -- Symphony for band. West Point. Epitaphs ; Marches (19:59).
CD 3301
An American celebration, vol. 2
A tone parallel to Harlem / Duke Ellington -- Serenade after Plato's Symposium / Leonard Bernstein -- Dramatic overture / Gunther Schuller -- Concertato "Moby Dick" / Peter Mennin -- Orchestral variations / Aaron Copland -- Candide overture / Leonard Bernstein -- Dance variations / Morton Gould -- Medea's meditation and dance of vengeance / Samuel Barber -- The world of Paul Klee / David Diamond -- Symphony no. 3 / Ned Rorem -- Introduction and good-byes / Lukas Foss -- Nonet for strings / Aaron Copland -- Concerto for orchestra / Elliott Carter -- Star-child / George Crumb -- To Vishnu / Alan Hovhaness -- Lamia (revised version) / Jacob Druckman -- Sequoia / Joan Tower -- Tehillim (orchestral version) / Steve Reich -- Short ride on a fast machine / John Adams -- Trombone concerto / Christopher Rouse -- Symphony no. 3 / Ellen Taaffe Zwilich -- Concerto for clarinet and orchestra / William Bolcom -- The stars and stripes forever / John Philip Sousa.
CD 2414
Anthems / "The President's Own" United States Marines Band, Colonel Jason K. Fettig, director ; featuring the Choral Arts Society of Washington, Scott Tucker, artistic director.
Star-spangled overture, from American ballads / Morton Gould, transcribed by James C. Ripley (5:09) -- American hymn / William Schuman (10:12) -- Silent moves the symphony true / Dominick DiOrio (11:51) -- October, Opus 131 / Dmitri Shostakovich, transcribed by MSgt Preston Mitchell (12:34) -- Symphonie funeĢ€bre et triomphale, Opus 15 / Hector Berlioz, edited by Jonathan Elkus (34:31).
CD 3657
Band music. Selections
American salute / transcribed by Philip Lang (4:31) -- Jericho rhapsody (12:10) -- March of the leathernecks / transcribed by Philip Lang (2:23) -- Yankee Doodle / setting by Morton Gould ; transcribed by Philip Lang (2:34) -- Ballad for band (8:24) -- Dixie / attributed to Daniel Decatur Emmett ; setting by Morton Gould (2:55) -- Santa Fe saga (10:03) -- Saratoga quickstep (3:30) -- Symphony for band. West Point. Epitaphs ; Marches (19:59).
CD 3301
Ebony concerto : Igor Stravinsky, Leonard Bernstein, Morton Gould, Victor Babin, Artie Shaw.
Ebony concerto / Igor Stravinsky -- Hillandale waltzes / Victor Babin -- Derivations for clarinet and band / Morton Gould -- Prelude, fugue and riffs / Leonard Bernstein -- Concerto for clarinet / Artie Shaw.
CD 2933
Family album.
An outdoor overture / Aaron Copland (GySgt. Matthew Harding, trumpet) (9:26) -- Spin cycle / Scott Lindroth (6:02) -- Prelude and fugue / John Williams (9:07) -- Suite from The incredible flutist / Walter Piston (MSgt. Betsy Hill, flute) (17:25) -- Vientos y tangos / Michael Gandolfi (11:11) -- Family album suite / Morton Gould (14:37).
CD 1091
Instrumental music. Selections
Rhapsody in blue (12:48) -- Second rhapsody for piano and orchestra (13:31) -- Concerto in F for piano and orchestra (31:00) -- "I got rhythm" variations (8:53) -- Preludes for piano (6:00).
CD 1822
Levant plays Gershwin.
Rhapsody in blue (12:48) -- Second rhapsody for piano and orchestra (13:31) -- Concerto in F for piano and orchestra (31:00) -- "I got rhythm" variations (8:53) -- Preludes for piano (6:00).
CD 1822
Morton Gould : an American salute / the President's Own United States Marine Band ; Col. Michael J. Colburn, director.
American salute / transcribed by Philip Lang (4:31) -- Jericho rhapsody (12:10) -- March of the leathernecks / transcribed by Philip Lang (2:23) -- Yankee Doodle / setting by Morton Gould ; transcribed by Philip Lang (2:34) -- Ballad for band (8:24) -- Dixie / attributed to Daniel Decatur Emmett ; setting by Morton Gould (2:55) -- Santa Fe saga (10:03) -- Saratoga quickstep (3:30) -- Symphony for band. West Point. Epitaphs ; Marches (19:59).
CD 3301