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Copland - Works for Chorus

Song NameComposer
The Boatmen's DanceAaron Copland
The DodgerAaron Copland
Long Time AgoAaron Copland
Simple GiftsAaron Copland
I Bought Me a CatAaron Copland
Help Us O LordAaron Copland
Thou O Jehovah Abideth ForeverAaron Copland
Have Mercy On UsAaron Copland
Sing Ye Praises To Our KingAaron Copland
The Little HorsesAaron Copland
Zion's WallsAaron Copland
The Golden Willow TreeAaron Copland
At the RiverAaron Copland
Ching-a-Ring ChawAaron Copland
An ImmortalityAaron Copland
Las AgachadasAaron Copland
The House on the HillAaron Copland
The LarkAaron Copland

Directed by Timothy Mount

Aaron Copland is best remembered for creating a truly American style of music which is full of folk influences, and melodic and harmonic simplicity. The Old American Songs incorporate folk melodies ranging from minstrel songs (The Boatmen's Dance) to hymns (Simple Gifts) to political satire (The Dodger). Originating as songs for voice and piano, these arrangements by Irving Fine for chorus were authorized by the composer, who himself further expanded the songs for voice and orchestra. "The House on the Hill" and "An Immortality" were both arranged by the recently departed Daniel Pinkham, who was a student of Copland's at Harvard.

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