In one movement. With a preface, source notes, and biographical sketch. Piston composed this fanfare in 1942, for the Thirteenth Festival of Music and Fine Arts at Fisk University in Nashville. This first edition is based on the holograph score, and autograph parts set.
In three movements.
The Amara Piano Quintet performs music by Lee Hoiby, Walter Piston, Paul Schoenfield, and George Tsontakis.
Composers: Cindy McTee, Dwayne Milburn, Eric Whitacre, Kenneth Hesketh, Michael Torke, Philip Sparke, Samuel R. Hazo, Steven Bryant, Walter Piston.
Pianist and composer, Boykan studied with Hindemith and Walter Piston. His compositions are primarily chamber works or instrumental works with piano accompaniment.
This history of neoclassical music in America focuses on the works of individual composers, such as Walter Piston, Harold Shapero, Irving Fine, Ingolf Dahl, Arthur Berger, and others. With a preface, notes, bibliography, discography and index.
Contents: Suite from The Incredible Flutist / Walter Piston -- A Jazz Symphony / George Antheil -- Symphony No. 3 / Aaron Copland. Carlos Kalmar conducts the Oregon Symphony. Grammy Nominee 2016: Best Orchestral Performance
Byron Adams: Serenade For Nine Instruments -- Oliver Caplan: Lunastella Fuga -- John Corigliano: Snapshot: Circa 1909 -- Walter Piston: Divertimento For Nine Instruments -- Ellen Taaffe Zwilich: Prologue and Variations. Performed by the Sinfonietta of Riverdale.
Manning performs music by Robert Bloom, Leonard Ball, Verne Reynolds, Carlos Chavez, Walter Piston, Jose Alberto Kaplan, John Corina, Osvaldo Lacerda and William Davis. With pianist Liana Embovica-Rivkin and the University of Georgia Wind Symphony.
Gerard Schwarz conducts the Seattle Symphony in these performances of Piston orchestral works.
The Harlem Quartet performs three of Piston's five string quartets. Recorded in Toronto, 2008.
Also: Suite for Orchestra; Psalm and Prayer of David. Gerard Schwarz conducts the Seattle Symphony, with Scott Goff, flute; Glen Danielson, English Horn; Therese Elder Wunrow, harp; and the Juilliard String Quartet.
Orchestral music performed by the Seattle Symphony under Gerard Schwarz. With harpists Therese Elder Wunrow.