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11-20 of 36 videos of music composed by Aaron Copland

Ching-A-Ring-Chaw
Ching-A-Ring-Chaw Composed By Aaron Copland Gravado Teatro Guaira - Abril 2008 Juares De Mira - baixo Fabio Cardoso - Pianist Iluminaçao - Jul Leardini Carlos Gieck - Filmagens Kendri Albuquerque - Fotos Produção Marc Breyer Lyrics: Ching-a-ring-a ring ching ching, Ho a ding-a-ding kum larkee, Ching-a-ring-a ring ching ching, Ho a ding kum larkee. Brothers gather round, Listen to this story, 'Bout the promised land, An' the promised glory. You don't need to fear, If you have no money, You don't need none there, To buy you milk and honey. There you'll ride in style, Coach with four white horses, There the evenin' meal, Has one two three four courses. Nights we all will dance To the harp and fiddle, Waltz and jig and prance, "Cast off down the middle!" When the mornin' come, All in grand and splendour, Stand out in the sun, And hear the holy thunder! Brothers hear me out, The promised land's a-comin' Dance and sing and shout, I hear them harps a strummin'. Ching-a-ring-a ching ching ching, ching a ring ching Ching-a-ring-a ching ching, ching-a-ring-a ching ching, ching-a-ring-a, ching-a-ring-a, ching-a-ring-a, ring, ching ching ching CHAW!
Aaron Copland Duo for Flute and Piano mvts 2 & 3
Aaron Copland Duo for Flute and Piano mvts 2 & 3 Nina Perlove, flute and Toni Sheffer, piano perform Copland's Duo April 22, 2007 at Northern Kentucky University. To study with Perlove, send a message or visit www.nku.edu
Thomas Hampson - Copland: The Little Horses / At the River (Tsunami
Thomas Hampson - Copland: The Little Horses / At the River (Tsunami Tsunami Gala Royal Opera House, 27 March 2005 "The Little Horses" / "At the River" Aaron Copland's arrangements of two American folksongs Thomas Hampson Piano: Antonio Pappano
James Adler: Hoe-Down by Aaron Copland
James Adler: Hoe-Down by Aaron Copland James Adler performs Hoe-Down for Solo Piano by Aaron Copland. Recorded live at the Yamaha Artist Services Piano Salon, April 17, 2008, in New York City. Get the CD at tinyurl.com
Steve Thachuk-Hoedown from Rodeo-Aaron Copland
Steve Thachuk-Hoedown from Rodeo-Aaron Copland Steve Thachuk-Live in Fresno July 2005 www.steventhachuk.com
Aaron Copland - Long Time Ago
Aaron Copland - Long Time Ago Old American Songs, for voice & piano Piano: Aaron Copland Baritone: William Warfield Photo: "Nan de Gallant, Eastport, Maine" by Lewis W. Hine, 1911 Library of Congress (Public Domain) The text included in the video was written by Hine himself quite probably. Beginning in 1907, Hine worked as a photographer for the "National Child Labor Committee", a committee lobbying against child labour. He was also a freelance photographer for "The Survey", a leading social reform magazine. For several decades he contributed, as a photographer, to denounce the perilous working conditions of men, women and children in modern industry. This photo has been haunting me since I first saw it. The description made by Hine of Nan and her family's life is something very troubling. Yet it is Hine's final statement ("Nan is already a spoiled child") what I consider the most troubling. Whatever he meant with that horrendous euphemism ("spoiled") the word sounds like an irrevocable sentence...Spoiled, something that can not be mended, that has no cure, ruined for ever... I hope this child was able to beat the odds This video is a small homage to Nan de Gallant Long time ago (ballad) "On the lake where droop'd the willow Long time ago, Where the rock threw back the billow Brighter than snow. Dwelt a maid beloved and cherish'd By high and low, But with autumn leaf she perished Long time ago. Rock and tree and flowing water Long time ago, Bird and bee and blossom taught her Love's spell to know ...
Copland's 'Appalachian Spring', conducted by Geoffrey Moull
Copland's 'Appalachian Spring', conducted by Geoffrey Moull Geoffrey Moull conducts a performance of Aaron Copland's 'Appalachian Spring' in the original chamber orchestra version for 13 instruments (1943-44); photo-collage created by Monika Starke-Moull
9 yr old violinist playing Hoe Down from Rodeo
9 yr old violinist playing Hoe Down from Rodeo 9 year old Violinist Miclen LaiPang playing Hoe Down from Rodeo by Aaron Copland.
Piano Sonata by Aaron Copland
Piano Sonata by Aaron Copland Mario Ajero performs the first movement of the Piano Sonata (1939-1941) by the American composer, Aaron Copland. This performance was at Paul F. Sharp Concert Hall at the Catlett Music Center at the University of Oklahoma. For more performances, visit The Piano Podcast on iTunes and marioajero.blogspot.com
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