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Friday, October 24
Cindy McTee's Symphony No. 1 ...
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Cindy McTee (b. 1953):
Symphony No. 1 (Ballet for Orchestra)
Leonard Slatkin, cond.
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ALSO ON THIS DATE:
1811German composer, conductor and pianist Ferdinand Hiller, in Frankfurt am Main;
1882Hungarian operetta composer Imre [Emmerich] Kálman, in Siófok;
1925Italian composer Luciano Berio, in Oneglia, Imperia;
1929American composer George Crumb, in Charleston, West Virginia;
1931Russian composer Sofia Gubaidulina, in Chistopol, Tatar (USSR);
1799Austrian violinist and composer Karl Ditters von Dittersdorf, age 59, at Castle Rothlottia, near Neuhaus (Bohemia);
1948Austrian composer Franz Lehár, age 78, in Bad Ischl;
1949Cuban composer and violinist Joaquin Nin y Castellanos, age 70, in Havana;
1971American composer Carl Ruggles, age 95, in Bennington, Vermont;
1737 Rameau: opera "Castor et Pollux," in Paris at the Palais Royal Opéra;
1885 Jhn. Strauss Jr.: operetta, "The Gypsy Baron," in Vienna;
1910 Victor Herbert: operetta, "Naught Marietta," in Syracuse, N.Y.;
1930 Roussel: Symphony No. 3, by the Boston Symphony, Serge Koussevitzky conducting;
1931 Robert Russell Bennett: "Abraham Lincoln" Symphony, by the Philadelphia Orchestra, Leopold Stokowski conducting;
1936 Miaskovsky: Symphony No. 16, in Moscow;
1940 John Alden Carpenter: Symphony No. 1 (revised version), by Chicago Symphony, Frederick Stock conducting;
1946 Bernstein: ballet "Facsimile," at the Broadway Theater in New York City by the Ballet Theater, choreographed by Jerome Robbins, with composer conducting;
1946 Cowell: Symphony No. 4 ("Short Symphony"), by the Boston Symphony, Richard Burgin conducting;
1970 Penderecki: "Kosmogonia," at the United Nations in New York City;
1992 Libby Larsen: Marimba Concerto ("After Hampton"), by the Long Beach Symphony, with soloist William Moersch and JoAnn Falleta conducting;
1994 Harrison Birtwistle: opera "The Second Mrs. Kong," at Glyndeborune;
1997 Geoffrey Burgon: Piano Concerto, in Singapore, with soloist Joanna MacGregor and the Singapore Symphony;
1997 Corigliano: "DC Fanfare," in Washington, D.C., by the National Symphony, Leonard Slatkin conducting;
2001 Steve Reich: orchestral version of "Different Trains," by the Philadelphia Orchestra, David Robertson, conducting;
1818Felix Mendelssohn, age 9, plays his first public concert, in Berlin;
1919First performance by the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, Walter Rothwell, conductor.
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