Winner of the 2001 Pulitzer Prize in Music. Commissioned by the Boston Symphony Orchestra, which gave the premiere in November 2000. The music is a thorough reworking of his String Quartet No. 1. With program notes. Duration ca. 40 minutes.
Jaakko Kuusisto conducts the Lahti Symphony Orchestra. SACD.
Also: Bright Blue Music / Michael Torke -- Appalachian Spring Suite / Aaron Copland. David Alan Miller conducts the National Orchestral Institute Philharmonic.
In four movements, with no break between the 3rd and 4th movements. Commissioned by the Chicago SO, in honor of the Orchestra's Centennial ; winne of two 1991 Grammy Awards. With program note and appendix. Performance material available on rental.
…National Symphony Orchestra (Orchestra), Oratorio Society of Washington (Choir, Chorus), Robert P. Baker (Tenor (Vocal)), Washington Choral Arts Society (Choir, Chorus). Conductor: Leonard Slatkin. Orchestra/Ensemble: National Symphony Orchestra. -- Symphony No. 1 / John Corigliano. Performers:…
…it is questionable, especially in the 20th century, to place the idea of the masterpiece in the lap of the orchestra, this book does discuss a wide range of important works by composers from Nielsen and Ives to Adams and Corigliano. With a preface, notes, glossary, index and suggested reading.
The University of Texas Wind Ensemble performs Corigliano's Circus Maximus - Symphony No. 3 for Large Wind Ensemble. Also includes Gazebo Dances.
…Performers: Columbia Symphony Orchestra (Orchestra), New York Philharmonic (Orchestra). Orchestra/Ensemble: Columbia Symphony Orchestra, New York Philharmonic. -- Grand Canyon Suite, for orchestra / Ferde Grofé. Performers: Columbia Symphony Orchestra (Orchestra), John Corigliano (Violin), New York…
Performers: John Tessier, Thomas Allen, Ty Jackson. Nashville Symphony, Nashville Symphony Chorus, Leonard Slatkin, conductor.
World premiere recordings of music by Corigliano. With Evelyn Glennie, percussion; Hila Plitmann, soprano; Mark Baechle, electronics; and the Albany Symphony.
Still also performs the Medieval Suite by Katherine Hoover, and The Golden Flute by Chen Yi. With the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra.
This music was derived from Corigliano's score for the film The Red Violin. Commissioned by Sony Classical, the San Francisco Symphony, The Boston Symphony and Joshua Bell. Premiered in San Francisco with Bell in November 1997. Duration ca. 17 minutes.
Dedicated to Joan Morris, mezzo-soprano and William Bolcom, who premiered the work in May 1997 at Symphony Space in New York City. Duration: ca. 7 minutes.
Commissioned by a consortium of orchestras. Premiered in Maryland, September 2003, by violinist Joshua Bell and the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. Piano reduction by Erik Nielsen. With program notes. Duration ca. 36 minutes.