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Copland: Symphony No. 3 - Three Latin American Sketches

Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Leonard Slatkin

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Symphony No. 3  
1
I. Molto moderato (With Simple Expression)
Aaron Copland; Detroit Symphony Orchestra; Leonard Slatkin
10:40
2
II. Allegro molto
Aaron Copland; Detroit Symphony Orchestra; Leonard Slatkin
8:33
3
III. Andantino quasi allegretto
Aaron Copland; Detroit Symphony Orchestra; Leonard Slatkin
11:02
4
IV. Molto deliberato (Freely, at First)
Aaron Copland; Detroit Symphony Orchestra; Leonard Slatkin
14:54
Three Latin American Sketches  
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No. 1. Estribillo
Aaron Copland; Detroit Symphony Orchestra; Leonard Slatkin
3:17
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No. 2. Paisaje Mexicano
Aaron Copland; Detroit Symphony Orchestra; Leonard Slatkin
3:23
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No. 3. Danza de Jalisco
Aaron Copland; Detroit Symphony Orchestra; Leonard Slatkin
3:28
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    55:17
Only recently made available to musicians, the original version of Copland’s Symphony No. 3 and the beguiling Three Latin American Sketches are presented here by Grammy award-winning conductor Leonard Slatkin, leading the excellent Detroit Symphony Orchestra on this release from the landmark American Classics series by Naxos.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Naxos Studio Masters

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