|Title:||Works By Arthur Shepherd, Henry Cowell, Roy Harris|
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Works by Henry Cowell, Roy Harris, Andrew Imbrie, Gunther Schuller, and Arthur Shepherd. This 77-minute disc features the renowned Emerson Quartet in five American chamber works, repertoire which they are not normally associated with but which they play superlatively well. The dense, rhythmically complex string writing of the Cowell, Schuller, and Imbrie quartets contrasts with the lush harmonies and lyrical melodies of the Harris and Shepherd works.
Henry Dixon Cowell (/ˈkaʊəl/; March 11, 1897 – December 10, 1965) was an American composer, music theorist, pianist, teacher, publisher, and impresario. His contribution to the world of music was summed up by Virgil Thomson, writing in the early 1950s: Henry Cowell's music covers a wider range in both expression and technique than that of any other living composer.
Arthur Shepherd (born 1880, Paris, France - died 1958, Cleveland, Ohio) was an American composer and conductor of Mormon descent.
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Henry Cowell's music covers a wider range in both expression and technique than that of any other living composer. His experiments begun three decades ago in rhythm, in harmony, and in instrumental sonorities were considered then by many to be wild. Today they are the Bible of the young and still, to the conservatives, "advanced.
Shepherd, shepherd, leave decoying (duet) - KARAOKE, PIANO ACCOMPANIMENT - King Arthur - Purcell. He retired in 1950 and died in 1958, after a failed operation at a Cleveland hospital Shepherd was a Latter-day Saint. Although around the time of World War I, his divorce and remarriage, he distanced himself from the faith, he maintained a faith in God and his connections to the church and his people Awards
Goetschius's notable pupils include Henry Cowell, Lillian Fuchs, Howard Hanson, Wallingford Riegger, Bernard Rogers, Julia Klumpke, and Arthur Shepherd. In 1917, he was elected an honorary member of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity, the national fraternity for men in music, by the Fraternity's Alpha Chapter at the New England Conservatory. Selected music theory textbooks. Goetschius published several textbooks on theory, including: The Material Used in Musical Composition, New York: G. Schirmer.
|A||Three Variations On A Theme (String Quartet No. 2)||18:13|
|B2||Triptych, For High Voice And String Quartet (Words From "Gitanjali" By Rabindranath Tagore)||14:28|