Blog Posts - Aaron Copland



Appalachian Spring

I decided to put up a slideshow with music of some photos I took today.  For those of you who …Continue reading →...

Appalachian Spring

I decided to put up a slideshow with music of some photos I took today.  For those of you who …Continue reading →...

Happy Birthday Aaron Copland

America’s Great Copland Today celebrates the birthday of one of the greatest American Composers to date, Aaron Copland. I first encountered Aaron Copland’s music while studying trumpet more then 20 years ago. As a gift for christmas I was...
by Peter Weis on Nov 14, 2011

2 American Composers You Must Know

America’s Music (Total reading time 1-2 minutes) American music is still fairly young in the pages of history. America’s influence on its composers ranges from classical to folk, jazz, blues, rock, r&b and and now hip hop. There are so ma...
by Peter Weis on Mar 9, 2011

Chinese Astrology – Famous Rats of Then and Now

FAMOUS RATS – FEEL FREE TO ADD TO LIST OR NOTE ERRORS Aaron Copland Abbie Hoffman Adlai Stevenson Al Gore Alain Duhamel Alan Alda Albert Finney Alyssa Milano Andrew Lloyd Webber Antoine...
by Working and Sports on Feb 14, 2011

Today in History for November 14th

Highlights of this day in history: Nazi Germany bombs English town of Coventry during World War II; ‘Moby-Dick’ published; Nellie Bly begins globe-trotting trek; Leonard Bernstein makes conducting debut; Composer Aaron Copland born. (Nov.
by Tekbuz.com on Nov 15, 2010

Aaron Copland, 'The Copland Album,' Leonard Bernstein, conductor

Call it predictable, but I like Aaron Copland's "Appalachian Spring" above all his other works. "Billy The Kid" never held my interest much; same with "Rodeo." The latter piece is also the unfortunate victim of over-exp...
by Classical Vinylist on Sep 3, 2010

Aaron Copland, 'The Copland Album,' Leonard Bernstein, conductor

Call it predictable, but I like Aaron Copland's "Appalachian Spring" above all his other works. "Billy The Kid" never held my interest much; same with "Rodeo." The latter piece is also the unfortunate victim of over-exp...
by Classical Vinylist on Sep 3, 2010

Effectology volume 15…

..."Fanfare for the Uncommon Pedal". Bill Ruppert's latest Effectology video shows you how to get the horns and timpani sounds of Aaron Copland's 'Fanfare For A Common Man' for you to prog-rock out to.
by Toxic Web on Apr 27, 2010


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