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Results for John Corigliano Corigliano (not all results may be relevant):
Compositions include: Symphony no. 1 (relating to the AIDS epidemic; an angry
and commemorative piece honoring the victims of AIDS, many of whom were the composer’s friends)
recorded by Daniel Barenboim & the Chicago Symphony Orchestra on Erato and by
Leonard Slatkin and the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra on RCA; The Ghosts of
Versailles, an opera; Concerto for Piano and Orchestra; Elegy; Tournaments &
Fantasia on an Ostinato - all recorded on 1 CD by Leonard Slatkin & the St.
Louis Symphony Orchestra (RCA); Poem in October, Oboe Concerto & 3 Irish Folk
Song Settings-all recorded on an RCA CD; Creations (1984), To
Music(1995), Voyage for Flute and String Orchestra(1983), Campane Di Ravello, a
celebration piece for George Solti(1987), Elegy for Orchestra(1965), Promenade
Overture (1981) all recorded on a Telarc CD; and music for the film "The Red Violin" with Joshua Bell as violinist.
Other compositions include: A Dylan Thomas Trilogy; and some newer works as
Vocalise for Soprano, Electronics and Orchestra, written for Sylvia McNair
and Tamborine Man: Seven Poems of Bob Dylan.