A symphony in three movements. Hanson dedicated the work to Felix Lamond. Reprinted from the 1929 edition published by the Department of Music of the American Academy in Rome. Custom print edition.
In four movements. With a program note. Commissioned by the Columbia Broadcasting System in 1936. The music commemorates the 300th anniversary of the first Swedish settlement on the shores of the Delaware in 1638. The complete work was premiered in 1939. Custom print edition.
Music for brass band by Pickard. Andreas Hanson conducts the Eikanger-Bjorsvik Musikklag. Hybrid SACD.
Claudius Tanski, piano; Wuppertal Symphony Orchestra - George Hanson, conductor.
Gerard Schwarz conducts the Seattle Symphony and Chorale.
In one movement. Hanson's seventh symphony sets texs by Walt Whitman. The music was dedicated to Joseph Maddy and the Interlochen Music Camp. Printed from manuscript. Custom print edition.
Premiered in 1930 by the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Hanson's Symphony No. 2 has long been the best-known and most popular of his pieces. In three colorful movements. Duration : 28 minutes.
Also includes Rubinstein's Trot de Cavalerie. George Hanson conducts the Wuppertal Symphony Orchestra.
Some chipping on front and back cover. Contents clean.
A celebration of the 100th anniversary of the birth of Howard Hanson (1896- 1951). Commissioned by Frederick Fennell. With program note by the composer. Duration: ca. 14 minutes.
Two works from the late 1930s. Gerard Schwarz conducts the Seattle Symphony.
A symphony in six movements. Dedicated to The New York Philharmonic Orchestra and Leonard Bernstein. Premiered in February, 1968. Previously out of print, this work is now available as a study-size custom-print edition.
A symphony in six movements. Dedicated to The New York Philharmonic Orchestra and Leonard Bernstein. Premiered in February, 1968. Previously out of print, this work is now available as a custom-print edition.
Requiem composed in memory of the composer's father. Winner of the Pulitzer Prize, 1944. Printed from the composer's manuscript.
In one movement. Hanson composed this work in 1954; it was inspired by the story of the Resurrection in the Gospel of St. John. Printed from the composer's manuscript. Custom print edition.
Gerard Schwarz conducts the Seattle Symphony.
Wuppertal Symphony Orchestra, George Hanson.
Kjell Fageus, clarinet; Kungliga Musikhogskolans Blasorkester; Andreas Hanson, conductor.
Nashville Symphony Orchestra; Kenneth Schermerhorn.
Orchestral works by the great American composer. David Montgomery conducts the Jena Philharmonic Orchestra.
STRAVINSKY: Symphony in C -- HANSON: Symphony No. 4, Op. 34 -- HINDEMITH: Symphony in E Flat (NBC Symphony Orchestra) -- HARRIS: Symphony No. 7 (St. Louis Symphony) -- HARTMANN: Symphony No. 2 (WDR Sinfonieorchester Köln) -- HOVHANESS: Symphony No. 3, Op. 148 (Symphony of the Air). On two CDs.