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Portland Youth Philharmonic - Music by Avshalomov, Harris & Ward flac mp3
Performer:
Portland Youth Philharmonic
Album:
Music by Avshalomov, Harris & Ward
Style:
Orchestral
Date of release:
1994
Recording location:
Civic Auditorium, Portland, OR
Duration:
58:05
FLAC vers. size:
1383 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1279 mb
WMA vers. size:
1853 mb
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Rating:
4.7 ★
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824

I. The Long Night; Klondike Fever. Portland Youth Philharmonic. 2. II. The Summer Days; Anchorage Aloft. 3. Elegy and Dance for orchestra. Divertimento for orchestra. 4. I. Fanfare and Allegro. 6. III. Finale: Vivace. 7. Cantata for baritone, chorus & orchestra, "How Long, O Lord, Wilt Thou Forget Me".

Articles About Music. Conductor – Donald Thulean (tracks: 4 to 6), Jacob Avshalomov (tracks: 1 to 3, 7 to 11). Cover – Todd Larsen (3). Engineer – Daryl Conser (tracks: 1-6), Roderick J. Evenson (tracks: 7-11). Orchestra – The Portland Youth Philharmonic. Post Production – Roderick J. Evenson. 모. Total Time 73:05. Live Concert Recordings. Praises from the Corners of the Earth was recorded February 25, 1984. Raptures was recorded May 7, 1989.

By Portland Youth Philharmonic, Jacob Avshalomov. Elegy and Dance - Roy Harris, 9:530:30. Divertimento for Orchestra: I. Fanfare and Allegro - Robert Ward, 4:480:30. 5. Divertimento for Orchestra: II. Intermezzo - Robert Ward, 5:410:30. Divertimento for Orchestra: III. Finale: Vivace - Robert Ward, 7:400:30. Cantata: How Long Oh Lord. More by Portland Youth Philharmonic. Portland Youth Philharmonic plays Bergsma, Lees, Diamond & Bloch. You look like someone who appreciates good music.

Portland Youth Philharmonic: Portland Youth Philharmonic is the oldest youth orchestra in the United States, established in 1924 as the Portland Junior Symphony. Now based in Portland, Oregon, the orchestra's origin dates back to 1910, when music teacher Mary V. Dodge began playing music for local children in Burns, Oregon. Dodge purchased instruments for the children and organized the orchestra, which would become known as the Sagebrush Symphony Orchestra. After touring the state, including a performance at the Oregon State Fair in Salem, the orchestra disbanded in 1918 when Dodge moved.

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Lyrics for top songs by Portland Youth Philharmonic. Robert Ward, Portland Youth Philharmonic, Jacob Avshalomov. Symphony of Songs: Answer July. Roy Harris, Portland Youth Philharmonic, Jacob Avshalomov.

The Portland Youth Philharmonic is the oldest youth orchestra in the United States, established in 1924 as the Portland Junior Symphony. Now based in Portland, Oregon, the orchestra's origin dates back to 1910 when music teacher Mary V. Dodge began playing music for local children in Burns. Dodge purchased instruments for the children and organized the orchestra which would become known as the Sagebrush Symphony Orchestra. After touring throughout the .

It is an incredible opportunity to be treated like a professional and to play some of the most amazing music in the world under the amazing guidance of Maestro David Hattner. rience of playing in this orchestra as a teenager. Glad to know that this organization is still going strong in the able hands of David Hattner.

Established in 1924, the Portland Youth Philharmonic is the oldest youth orchestra in the United States. Its origins date to 1919, when violin teacher Mary V. Dodge-former leader of the Harney County Sagebrush Symphony-became the music director of Portland's Irvington School. In addition to the school's orchestra, she formed an advanced orchestra that rehearsed in her house. Guest conductors led the ensemble's thirtieth anniversary season following Gershkovitch's death in 1953. Among them was Jacob Avshalomov, a PJS alumnus who had played and studied under Gershkovitch while a student at Reed College (1939-1941), and was then teaching at Columbia University. Avshalomov assumed the leadership of the PJS the following season, beginning a long tenure marked by numerous milestones.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
Phases of the Great Land, for orchestra
1 I. The Long Night; Klondike Fever Jacob Avshalomov Portland Youth Philharmonic 8:30
2 II. The Summer Days; Anchorage Aloft Portland Youth Philharmonic 7:11
3 Elegy and Dance for orchestra Roy Harris Portland Youth Philharmonic 9:53
Divertimento for orchestra
4 I. Fanfare and Allegro Portland Youth Philharmonic 4:48
5 II. Intermezzo Portland Youth Philharmonic 5:41
6 III. Finale: Vivace Portland Youth Philharmonic 7:40
7 Cantata for baritone, chorus & orchestra, "How Long, O Lord, Wilt Thou Forget Me" Portland Youth Philharmonic 14:45

Credits

Jacob Avshalomov - Composer, Conductor
Joseph R. Dalton - Managing Director
Bernard Hallstein - Cover Design
Roy Harris - Composer
Frank Holman - Director
Ladi Odeku - Art Direction, Producer, Production Coordination
Portland Symphonic Choir - Choir/Chorus
Portland Youth Philharmonic - Orchestra, Primary Artist
Neil Wilson - Baritone (Vocal)