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Contents: A Free Song -- Appalachian Spring -- The Canticle of the Sun. Performed by the Grant Park Orchestra and Chorus.
This book provides detailed information on works by Pulitzer winners which feature viola, including chamber and orchestral works. With a preface by Myron Rosenblum, introduction, bibliography, index, four tables and two music examples.
Pulitzer Prize 1970.
Parts for the Pulitzer Prize-winning work, dedicated to the Trio Solisti. Score available separately.
Bassett (1923-) is an American composer, winner of the 1966 Pulitzer Prize. Includes discography.
Requiem composed in memory of the composer's father. Winner of the Pulitzer Prize, 1944. Printed from the composer's manuscript.
…For the Serge Koussevitzky Music Foundation in the Library of Congress, and dedicated to the memory of Serge and Natalie Koussevitzky. Premiered by the Chicago Symphony Orchestra in March, 1972. Awarded the 1972 Pulitzer Prize in Music. This custom print edition is a reprint of the 1973 MCA edition.
A full score for this Pulitzer Prize-winning opera, which sets a libretto by Mark Campbell, based on Christian Carion's screenplay for the film, Joyeux Noel. Commissioned by the Minnesota Opera. Premiered in St. Paul, November 2011. Dedicated to Dale Johnson. The action takes place on the…
This intensely beautiful piece is from the Pulitzer-Prize winning Argento's opera, The Masque of Angels. With Organ (Piano).
The music on this album takes inspiration from the story of the same name by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Steven Millhauser.
This opera sets a libretto by Mark Campbell, based on Christian Carion's screenplay for the film, Joyeux Noel. Commissioned by the Minnesota Opera. Premiered in St. Paul, November 2011. Dedicated to Dale Johnson. The action takes place on the battlefield of World War I.
Peterson studied composition with Howard Ferguson and Lennox Berkeley while in London on a Fullbright fellowship. He is the recipient of the Pulitzer Prize for Music for 1992.
Vocal score for the 1996 Pulitzer Prize-winning composition, a setting of Whitman's When Lilacs Last in Dooryard Bloom'd. Commissioned by the Boston Symphony Orchestra.
A CD+DVD set featuring the 2014 Pulitzer Prize winner for music. Ludovic Morlot conducts the Seattle Symphony. Grammy Winner 2015: Best Contemporary Classical Composition.
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The Trio Solisti performs the 2004 Pulitzer Prize-winning piece. Also includes: Mood Swings; B.A.S.S. Variations; and Scherzo. With David Krakauer, clarinet.
Written for two male voices and piano, four hands. Written by Pulitzer Prize Winner Elliott Carter for the Harvard Glee Club.
Text by Rita Dove, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author and poet. Premiered at Tanglewood in 1998 with the Boston Symphony Orchestra conducted by the composer and Cynthia Hayman, soprano.
The Double Sextet won the 2009 Pulitzer Prize for Music, and is performed by Eighth Blackbird. 2x5 is performed by Bang on a Can.
Three works by Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Wagner. Featuring Joseph Alessi, trombone; and Christine Brandes, soprano. With the New York Philharmonic Orchestra and New York New Music Ensemble.
The 1989 Pulitzer Prize winner was commissioned by the Amherst College Friends of Music and inspired by John Ashbery's poem, Self Portrait in a Convex Mirror. With program and performance notes. Duration ca. 25 minutes. Printed from manuscript.
Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Music, 1974. Commissioned by the Naumburg Foundation for Speculum Musicae and premiered by them at Carnegie Recital Hall in May 1973. With performance notes by the composer.
In three movements: 1726; Chaconni; Fly Forward. Commissioned for Hilary Hahn by the Indianapolis Symphony, Toronto Symphony, Baltimore Symphony, and Curtis Institute of Music. Premiered in Indianapolis, February 2009. Duration ca. 35 minutes. 2010 Pulitzer Prize Winner!