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Waltz - John Corigliano - Circus Maximus (CD, Album)

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  1. American Classics - Corigliano: Circus Maximus, Gazebo Dances / Junkin, University of Texas Wind Ensemble. 1 CD / Naxos (USA) / Conductors: Junkin, Jerry Ensemble: University of Texas Wind Ensemble "The Circus Maximus of ancient Rome was a real place.
  2. Explore releases from Circus Maximus at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Circus Maximus at the Discogs Marketplace. Vinyl and CD Discography; 4 Releases Circus Maximus (2) Circus Maximus (Album) 16 versions: Vanguard: US: Sell This Version: 16 versions.
  3. Corigliano: Circus Maximus; Gazebo Dances (classical music album) - Play streams in full or download MP3 from Classical Archives (klamecsuladilmupudissenaldiawea.coinfo), the largest and best organized classical music site on .
  4. The University of Texas Wind Ensemble, Jerry Junkin In his astonishing Symphony No. 3, subtitled ‘Circus Maximus’, the celebrated American composer John Corigliano both embodies and comments on the “massive and glamorous barbarity” of our present time, which he .
  5. CORIGLIANO, J.: Symphony No. 3, "Circus Maximus" / Gazebo Dances (University of Texas Wind Ensemble, Junkin) Label Catalogue Number: Running Time: UPC Code: Release Date: January Composer John Corigliano. Conductor Jerry Junkin. Engineer Richard King. Why not buy the whole Album? Your selections total.
  6. Circus Maximus: Symphony No. 3 For Large Wind Ensemble () () 1 Introitus 2 Screen/Siren 3 Channel Surfing 4 Night Music I 5 Night Music II 6 Circus Maximus 7 Prayer 8 Coda: Veritas Gazebo Dances For Band () () 9 Overture 10 Waltz .
  7. Explore In his astonishing Symphony No. 3, subtitled ‘Circus Maximus’, the celebrated American composer John Corigliano both embodies and comments on the “massive and glamorous barbarity” of our present time, which he sees paralleling the decadence of Ancient Rome.
  8. John Corigliano’s Third Symphony (), subtitled Circus Maximus is an eight-section tone poem lasting 35 minutes. It opens with blaring fanfares (these will recur) and moves through sultry saxophones, Zappa-ish clutter (‘Channel Surfing’), an Ivesian marching band walking down the aisle, and stale bits and pieces of jazz sure to keep students and bored band audiences winking (when they .

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