Edward MacDowell was an American pianist and composer, widely known in Europe where he lived during most of the 1880's. He composed piano sonatas as well as other shorter pieces. One of his more popular miniature tone pictures is the 1896 piece "To A Wild Rose" from the Woodland Sketches. Edward MacDowell - American Recording Society Orchestra, Dean Dixon (2) - Indian Suite Opus 48 (Album). American Recording Society. Jerome Moross, Edward MacDowell – Vienna Symphony Orchestra, Dean Dixon (2), Walter Hendl - The Scandalous Life of Frankie and Johnny, Indian Suite No. 2, Op. 48 (LP).
Edward Alexander MacDowell (December 18, 1860 – January 23, 1908) was an American composer and pianist of the late Romantic period. He was best known for his second piano concerto and his piano suites Woodland Sketches, Sea Pieces and New England Idylls. Woodland Sketches includes his most popular short piece, "To a Wild Rose". In 1904 he was one of the first seven Americans honored by membership in the American Academy of Arts and Letters.
Edward MacDowell, American Recording Society Orchestra & Dean Dixon. Indian Suite No. 48: Dirge. Edward MacDowell, American Recording Society Orchestra & Dean Dixon. 48: Village Festival. Aisling Drury Byrne 2000.
Also known as E. MacDowell, Edward A. MacDowell, Edward Alexander MacDowell, Edward Macdowell, Edward McDowell, Mac Dowell, MacDowell, MadDowell, McDowall, McDowell. Indian Suite, Opus 48, Concerto For Cello And Orchestra. 2. mp3. 16. Symphonic Sketches.
Throughout his teen years Edward MacDowell was a consummate outsider, an American boy seeking equality among some of the most musically talented French and German youths. In his late teens MacDowell found a mentor who believed in him: Joachim Raff, a major symphonic composer and man of broad culture who in his own youth had been quite the outsider. This new consciousness is fully evident in the second orchestral suite, opus 48. No mere pastiche of borrowed Indian tunes, it is an essay on loss in which the division between cultural and personal loss is almost nonexistent. MacDowell held the suite back for a few years, afraid that its aesthetic would be too raw and direct for American audiences. This recording contains no premieres, but it couples MacDowell's two suites with the first recording in several decades of his first-published tone poem, "Hamlet and Ophelia.
Stephen Foster - American Recording Society Orchestra, Eugene Lowell – Village. No Album Cover Record Excellent+++.
Indian suite n. o. 8 by edward macdowell american recording society 10" 33LP.
Представиться системе. Представиться системе. Opus/Catalogue NumberOp. I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. piccolo, 2 flutes, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets (B♭/A), 2 bassoons 4 horns (F), 2 trumpets (F), 3 trombones, tuba timpani, cymbals, bass drum, strings. 48 (MacDowell, Edward)&oldid 1628652.
Edward MacDowell: Edward MacDowell, . composer known especially for his piano pieces in smaller forms. As one of the first to incorporate native materials into his works, he helped establish an independent American musical idiom. More distinctive is his orchestral Indian Suite (1892), based on Indian tunes. His songs, though derivative, are lyrical; but he is considered at his best in his piano music, particularly in small pieces, when he shows the gifts of a sensitive miniaturist. The best of his piano works are thought to be the suites Sea Pieces (1898) and Fireside Tales (1902) and the imaginative evocations of the American scene in the albums Woodland Sketches (1896) and New England Idylls (1902).
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