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Douglas Moore, Wallingford Riegger - Modern American Music Series mp3 flac

Performer: Douglas Moore
Title: Modern American Music Series
Released: 1953
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Genre: Classical

Douglas Moore, Wallingford Riegger - Modern American Music Series mp3 flac


Wallingford Constantine Riegger (April 29, 1885 - April 2, 1961) was a prolific American music composer, well known for orchestral and modern dance music.

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Side 1: Modern American Music Series. Quintet for Clarinet and Strings (1946). David Oppenheim, Clarinet, with New Music String Quartet. B. Erle, M. Raymond, Violins; W. Trampler, Viola; C. Adam, Cello) Side 2: Modern American Music Series. String Quartet No. 2, Op, 43. New Music String Quartet. Raimondi, Violins: W. Adam, Cello).

Riegger was a proponent of none of the major 20th century composition "schools" and received little more than cursory notice from the American musical establishment.

The collection was entitled "MUSIC FOR A 20th CENTURY VIOLINIST - An Anthology of Three Decades of American Music, 1940-1950-1960" and constituted a continuation of a concert series that I gave in New York City during season 1968-9. Other works from the original set - by Brant, Cage, Feldman, and Wolpe - may be found on CP2 108; works by Mennin and Sessions are on CP2 113.

Listen to music from Wallingford Riegger like The New and Old: VIII. Chromatics, The New and Old: V. Shifted Rhythm & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Wallingford Riegger. Wallingford Constantine Riegger (April 29, 1885 - April 2, 1961) was a prolific American music composer, well known for orchestral and modern dance music, and film scores. He was born in Albany, Georgia, but lived much of his life in New York City. He was known for his use of Arnold Schoenberg's twelve-tone technique which he used in much of his work. Riegger was born in 1885 to Ida Wallingford and Constantine Riegger.

Panorama of American Piano Music. Menni, Riegger & Sessions: Symphonies. Sue Ann Kahn plays Schickele, Rochberg, Luening & Riegger. New Releases: Riegger. View all new releases. Future Releases: Riegger.

Samuel Baron, Frank Wigglesworth - Lake Music 02:49. Wallingford Riegger, Samuel Baron - Suite for Flute Alone, Op. 8: I. Moderato 01:38. 8: II. Vivace 01:25. 8: III. Molto con sentimento 02:04. 8: IV. Allegro ironico 01:51.

Douglas Stuart Moore (August 10, 1893 – July 25, 1969) was an American composer, educator, and author. He wrote music for the theater, film, ballet and orchestra, but his greatest fame is associated with his operas The Devil and Daniel Webster (1938) and The Ballad of Baby Doe (1956). Moore was born in Cutchogue, Long Island, New York. His ancestors were among the first settlers to Long Island, NY. Moore was an alumnus of the Fessenden School, the Hotchkiss School and Yale University

Wallingford Constantine Riegger was a prolific American music composer, well known for orchestral and modern dance music, and film scores. He is noted for being one of the first American composers to use a form of twelve-tone technique.

Tracklist

A 1 First Movement: Allegro risoluto
A 2 Second Movement: Andante con moto
A 3 Third Movement: Adagio recitativo
B 1 First Movement: Andante; Allegro
B 2 Second Movement: Poco adagio
B 3 Third Movement: Allegretto
B 4 Fourth Movement: Allegro

Notes

Side 1: Modern American Music Series. Douglas Moore. Quintet for Clarinet and Strings . David Oppenheim, Clarinet, with New Music String Quartet. (B. Erle, M. Raymond, Violins; W. Trampler, Viola; C. Adam, Cello)
Side 2: Modern American Music Series. Wallingford Rigger. String Quartet No. 2, Op, 43. New Music String Quartet. (B. Erle, M. Raimondi, Violins: W. Trampler, Viola; C. Adam, Cello)