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A Little Romance
Edmond Agopian, violin Charles Foreman, piano Recorded by CBC Radio Romanian Rhapsody - arr. Edmond Agopian Two Rush Hours in Manhattan (1984) -- Henry Brant, arr. E. Agopian 8:24 11:56 Nocturne (1926) -- Aaron Copland 15:07 Ukulele Serenade (1926) -- Aaron Copland 19:53 Rêve d'enfant, op. 14 - Eugène Ysaÿe 24:00 Balada - Ciprian Porumbescu 28:49 Berceuse, op. 79 -- Jean Sibelius 36:59 Vagabond Serenade (1953) - Frank Blachford 39:19 Three Romances, op. 22 - Clara Schumann Andante molto 42:30 Allegretto 45:55 Leidenschaftlich schnell 48:50 Invocation and Dance (1972) -- Alexander Brott 53:37
Coulthard - Image Astrale (1981) - pianist Charles Foreman
Jean Coulthard, OC, OBC (February 10, 1908 - March 9, 2000) was a Canadian composer and music educator. She was part of a trio of women composers who dominated Western Canadian music in the twentieth century: Coulthard, Barbara Pentland, and Violet Archer. All three died within weeks of each other in 2000. Her own work might be loosely termed "prematurely neo-Romantic", as the orthodox serialists who dominated academic musical life in North America during the 1950s and 1960s had little use for her. Some of her well-known compositions include Cradle Song, Threnody, Canadian Fantasy, Ballade "A Winter's Tale" and her opera Return of the Native. Jane Coop is one of the most in demand and established pianists Canada has ever produced. With performances in halls around the world, she consistently engages audiences with her inspired performances and exhilarating programming. She has toured extensively throughout North America, Britain, Western and Eastern Europe, Russia. She toured Asia in 1994, performing in Japan, China, and Hong Kong. She has appeared as recitalist or soloist in, among other places, New York, London, Washington, Moscow, Paris, Warsaw, Brussels, Budapest, Kiev, St. Petersburg, Prague, Utrecht, Beijing and Tokyo.
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