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Aaron Copland (1900-90) ist einer der wichtigsten amerikanischen Komponisten des 20. Jahrhundert. In seiner mittleren Schaffensperiode zwischen 1936 und 1948 schuf er seine populärsten und sehr amerikanischen Werke wie die Ballette "Billy the Kid", "Rodeo" und "Appalachian Spring".
Die 3. Sinfonie (1944/46, 43 Min.) ist die grossformatigste, episch ausgelegte Komposition von Copland, und ist eine der bedeutenden Sinfonien des 20. Jahrhunderts. Sie hat transparente Strukturen. Der Tonfall ist etwas feierlich, optimistisch und hat ein typisch amerikanisches Idiom. Geprägt ist sie zudem von satten Bläsereinsätzen. Der 3. Satz beginnt mit der berühmten "Fanfare for the Common Man" von Copland, die durch Emerson, Lake & Palmer Eingang in die Rockmusik gefunden hat. Bernstein, ein alter Freund Coplands, liefert mit den New Yorker Philharmonikern eine brillante Leistung ab.
"Quiet City" (1939, 10 Min.) ist im Gegensatz zur 3. Sinfonie eine kleine musikalische Meditation für Trompete, Englischhorn und Streichorchester. "Quiet City" kommt sehr leise daher, beginnt und endet in der Stille. Ich stelle mir dabei immer einen dunklen Bahnhof mit gedämpften Lichtern vor, wo wenige Leute auf den letzten Zug warten.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen An American symphony 12. April 2016
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Aaron Copland is probably one of the greatest composers of the twentieth century, and is definitely the creator of the "American symphony". A gifted composer, he studied composition and harmony with Nadia Boulanger in Paris. Inspired by the great symphonies of the European masters, Copland wrote two symphonies in a classical style. After coming back to the United States, he started composing and incorporated elements of American folk music in his works, creating a genre between the classical symphony and the different influences of American music: spirituals, folk songs, hymns, and Native American melodies. The American symphony was born. Thus, Copland created masterpieces of the orchestral repertoire that are truly American in nature.

His third symphony is one of his most famous works, due to the inclusion of the "Fanfare for the Common Man" in the fourth movement. Originally written as a separate work, the fanfare was conceived to pay tribute to the American soldiers as they were fighting the evil Nazi empire in Europe. The success of this work influenced the composer to reuse the material in his symphony. Although this movement is truly heroic in nature, the climax in the symphony is very varied. The first movement (molto moderato) is a quiet and peaceful one, starting with the strings. The second movement (allegro molto) is a dynamic piece that is close to a scherzo, with a trio. The third movement (andantino quasi allegretto) is a joyful, free-flowing piece conceived with the flute as the center of the piece. The forces of the orchestra are reduced to only the strings and a section of woodwind instruments. It leads without interruption to the fourth movement (Molto deliberato - Allegro risoluto) which comprises the fanfare. After its majestic opening, new thematic elements are introduced in the second part of the movement, before the fanfare comes back with the whole orchestra for the grand finale.

The recording concludes with "Quiet City", a 10-minute work for trumpet, English horn, and orchestra. As its title suggest, Copland tries to represent the setting of a quiet city at night. He may or may not have been inspired by the night in New York City, although this is the first impression I had while listening to this piece for the first time, picturing myself looking at the Empire State Building at night. No doubt that the New York Philharmonic feels so much at home while they perform this music!
5.0 von 5 Sternen Bernstein is first and only choice for Copland. 5. November 2016
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Bernstein OWNED the music of his friend Aaron Copland. There's no one else to turn to for exemplar Copland (including possibly Copland himself). It's as if Bernstein intuitively understands how to bring forth all the rhythms and colors that make Copland's music sound fresh and distinctly "American". Together, with the New York Philharmonic, Bernstein unlocks the flavor and makes the music swing. Copland's 3rd is a wonderful symphony; next to the 4th by Ives, probably the finest symphony ever composed by a native-born American.

As an aside, the DG sound is all one would expect; very clean, clear and crisp.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Copland's musical language in symphonic format 24. Dezember 2011
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Symphony No. 3 was Aaron Copland's third and final symphony, its premiere performance taking place on October 18, 1946, by the Boston Symphony Orchestra under Serge Koussevitsky. While his ballet music turned into orchestral suites were composed to be easily accessible, this symphony uses the same musical language as his ballet music albeit, more serious and complex - to adequately meet symphonic demands.

Woodwinds start the first movement followed by strings. The tune which starts the symphony is reminiscent of the American landscape and spirit. Copland's music symbolizes the picture of American farms, cowboys and the American way of life. There is heavy brassy contrapuntal treatment and uses trademark Copland single tune apparently simple themes which grow more complex. The 2nd movement is the brilliant set piece of the whole symphony. A brilliant brass section and violin with extensive contrapuntal treatment; this is a beautiful exhibit of colorful orchestration of great vibrancy and welcome complexity - orchestration feels a bit like Shostakovich. The movement towards the last one third springs to life with a beautiful completely new theme suddenly coming out of thin air. A theme of great beauty - all made of clear straight lines in my mind's eye but together makes this beautiful web of sound. There is a brilliant recapitulation of this (second)theme sounding like shimmering lights in the river ending in a powerful and beautiful personification of Americana - in the fields & in the ranches. The Third movement starts as andante and transforms into a dance theme in allegretto of delicateness - like thin wisps of snow falling on the trees; follows, rigorous and muscular working in strings and woodwinds. The last movement starts with the "fanfare to the common man". This has become a staple theme music of several TV programs. We have all listened to this theme at some point. The theme in it's few notes personifies grandeur and majesty. This tune transforms into a kind of contrapuntal semi fugue on a new theme of the most brilliant inventiveness. Makes me in shock and awe of Aaron Copland. Then the fanfare is again recapitulated but now with the 2nd theme being played simultaneously. A variation on this second theme in woodwinds follows - delicate and free spirited. There are modulations and variations on themes, fast and enthralling dance like structures with complex contrapuntal writing.

It took me three hearings to finally grasp the essence of this complex piece. Much more complex than the suites - Billy the kid, Rodeo or Appalachian springs. It is basically music of the same spirit as his aforementioned suites (creates similar mental states) but written with the seriousness and structure apt to the symphonic form. Bernstein conducted this when he was older. I can imagine earlier recording being faster in tempo. In his later years Bernstein tempo and interpretation became more measured. However, this is a wonderful CD. Great purchase.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Copland: Symphony No. 3; Quiet City 20. März 2013
Von Abraham Aponte - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I enjoy listening to the orchestra being conducted by Mr. Copland. The wind instruments are wonderful. Imagine living in the "city that never sleeps". The loud noises surrounding you. The hustle and bustle of every day life. Contrast this with the solemness of being at Synagogue. These outside noises quite down. You are called to worship by blowing the shofar. Then the peace of worship slowly begins to be a part of the person. Peace, meditation and reflection take over. Overall, a wonderful CD.
5.0 von 5 Sternen Beautifully recorded as one would expect from Deutsche Grammophon 30. April 2017
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A classic by two classics. Beautifully recorded as one would expect from Deutsche Grammophon!
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