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Symphonic Rhapsody, Op. 14 : For Solo Piano (1919) / edited by Scott Watkins.

Publisher: Carl Fischer
ISBN13: 9781491149904

In one movement. With a preface, critical commentary, source notes, and biographical notes. Hanson composed this large-scale work in the summer of 1919, and performed it often. He later orchestrated the music. This edition is based on the autograph manuscript.


Howard Hanson: A Bio-Bibliography.

Publisher: Greenwood Press
Series: Bio-Bibliographies In Music
, No. 47
ISBN13: 9780313286445


Howard Hanson In Theory and Practice.

Publisher: Praeger Publishers
Series: Contributions To The Study Of Music And Dance
, No. 66
ISBN13: 9780313321351

This book looks at Hanson's book Harmonic Materials of Modern Music, which classified every possible collection of pitches in the chromatic scale. The author also examines the influence of Hanson's work on his own music. With an introduction, appendices, notes, bibliography, index and music example.


Quartet : For Flute, Violin, Cello and Piano - On Themes by Howard Hanson.

Publisher: Hildegard Music

In one movement. With program and biographical notes. Commissioned by the Hanson Institute for American Music, for the Women in Music Festival 2010 at the Eastman School of Music. This light-hearted work borrows themes by Hanson, but not his style.


Night Song (Homage To Howard Hanson) : For Solo Euphonium and Wind Ensemble.

Publisher: Ludwig Masters Publications

With program and composer's note. Instrumentation. Duration: ca. 7 minutes.


American Anthem : The Music Of Samuel Barber and Howard Hanson. [CD]

Publisher: Sono Luminus

The Ying Quartet performs music by two great American composers. Featuring pianist Adam Neiman and baritone Randall Scarlata.


Mandorla : Choral Masterworks Of Frank Martin, Edvard Grieg, Howard Hanson. [CD]

Publisher: Gloriae Dei Cantores Records

Contents: Mass for Double Choir, by Martin; Fire Salmer, Op. 74, by Grieg; The Cherubic Hymn, by Hanson. Performed by Gloriae Dei Cantores. SACD.


Mass; Psalm 117; Psalm 96. [CD]

Publisher: Albany Records

This 1977 recording also features Brahms' Piano Concerto No. 2, with Walker at the piano. Conducted by Howard Hanson.


Centennial Symphony : For Wind Ensemble.

Publisher: Ludwig Masters Publications

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.


An Album For Piano, Vol. 1.

Publisher: Kalmus / Warner
ISBN13: 9780769241388

Dedicated to Howard Hanson. Inspired by a hymn from the Liturgy of St. James, translated by Gerard Moultrie, 1864 / text provided. Performance notes.


Voices In The Wilderness : Six American Neo-Romantic Composers.

Publisher: Scarecrow Press
ISBN13: 9780810857285

The author discusses the work and careers of Ernest Bloch, Howard Hanson, Vittorio Giannini, Paul Creston, Samuel Barber and Nicolas Flagello. With an introduction, index and portraits.


American Tapestry : Music For Wind Band. [CD]

Publisher: Naxos
Series: Naxos Wind Band Classics

The Lone Star Wind Orchestra performs music by Joseph Wilcox Jenkins; Howard Hanson; George Gershwin; Christopher Tucker; Steven Bryant; Robert Russell Bennett; John Philip Sousa; and more.


24k Gould. [CD]

Publisher: Klavier Records

The UNLV Wind Orchestra plays Malcolm Arnold; Jean Francaix; Morton Gould; Howard Hanson; Mark W. Jirousek; John P. Paynter; Julian Tanaka; and Ken Watson.


Two Songs.

Publisher: Southern Music Co.
Series: Art Songs By American Women Composers
, Vol. 4

Diemer studied composition with Hindemith, Howard Hanson and Roger Sessions. Two songs on texts by William Shakespeare: Whall I compare thee to a Summer's Day? (1972); and Dorothy Diemer Hendry: October Wind (in New York) (1948).


Three Fantasies : For Piano Solo.

Publisher: Warner Brothers
ISBN13: 9780757900525

The fantasies were dedicated to Cecile Staub Genhart and they "represent a valuable contribution to contemporary piano literature..." (Howard Hanson). With brief biographical note.


Concertino : For Flute, Strings and Percussion (1945).

Publisher: Carl Fischer
ISBN13: 9780825860232

This two-movement work was premiered in Rochester, New York, conducted by Howard Hanson. The first movement is slower and lyric, while the second is faster and like a toccata. With a program note.

$19.95 $10.00

A Conductor's Interpretive Analysis of Masterworks For Band.

Publisher: Meredith Music Publ.
ISBN13: 9781574630947

In this valuable book, Fennell shares his insights into seven works by Vincent Persichetti, Richard Wagner, Howard Hanson, William Schuman, Gustav Holst, and John Barnes Chance. With a foreword, music examples, and black & white photos.


Organ Plus With Wj / Wilma Jensen, Organ. [CD]

Publisher: Pro Organo Records

Howard Hanson: Concerto For Organ, Strings & Harp -- Ennio Morricone: Gabriel’S Oboe -- On Earth As It Is In Heaven -- Sigfrid Karg-Elert: Fuge, Kanzone und Epilog, Op. 85 No. 3 -- Henri Busser: le Sommeil De L’Enfant Jesus -- Pierre Cochereau: Bolero Sur Un Theme De Charles Racquet -- Anonymous:…


The Conference of The Birds : For String Quartet (2017).

Publisher: Opus 125 Publishing

…-- V. Valley of Detachment -- VI. Valley of Wonderment -- VII. Valley of Poverty and Annihilation. With a program note. Commissioned by the Howard Hanson Institute for American Music of the Eastman School of Music at the University of Rochester for the Ying Quartet. The music was inspired by a…


Concerto, Op. 22 No. 3 : For Organ, Strings and Harp.

Publisher: Carl Fischer

A concerto in one movement. Hanson dedicated this work to Harold Gleason. Custom print edition.


Sinfonia Sacra (Symphony No. V) : For Orchestra.

Publisher: Carl Fischer

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.

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