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Opera and lyrical music
Sheet music for Harry Freedman
Flute - Intermediate (Level 6)
Composed by The Royal Conservatory Music Development Program. This edition: 2010 edition. Overtones: A Comprehensive Flute Series. Book, piano accompaniment, CD. 88/36 pages. Published by The Frederick Harris Music Company (FH.FLR06U).
2014 American Choral Directors Association, Western Division (ACDA): Counterpoint & Mt. Eden High School Chamber Singers and Women's Choir
Recorded live. By Counterpoint from the Golden Gate Men's Chorus and Mt. Eden High School Chamber Singers & Women's Choir. Release date: 2014. Mark Records. Listening CD. Duration 57:20:00. Published by Mark Custom Music (MK.51159-MCD).
By Piltch; Young; Engelman; Amadeus Chamber Singers; Elmer Isler Singers; Adams; Aeloian Winds; Toronto Children's C. By Harry Freedman (1922-). Listening CD. Published by Centredisc (NX.CMCCD-11206).
By Cbc Vancouver Orchestra; Bernardi; Akiyama; Nexus; Espirit Orchestra; Pauk. By Harry Freedman (1922-). 2 listening CDs. Published by Centredisc (NX.CMCCD-8402).
By Anderson; Penderecki String Quartet; Hannigan; Freedman; Burashko; Nielson; Goodman; Geitz; Accordes String Quar. By Harry Freedman (1922-). Listening CD. Published by Centredisc (NX.CMCCD-6700).
By Various. By Harry Freedman (1922-). Country of Origin: Canada. Classical. Listening CD. Published by Centredisc (NX.CMCCD-23517).
- 3 symphonies
- Symphonic suite — for orchestra
- Chaconne — for orchestra
- Images (suite on 3 Canadian paintings) — for orchestra
- Armana — for orchestra
- Preludes for orchestra
- Divertimento for oboe and strings
- Trois Poèmes de Jacques Prévert — for soprano and strings
- Scenario — for alto saxophone, electric bass and orchestra
- Three vocalises — for choir
- Five pieces for string orchestra
- Lots of chamber music
Harry Freedman came to Canada at the age of three. He was a late starter in music, at 18 years he started studying clarinet after hearing Benny Goodmans band. But his teacher turned his head around, and in 1945 he went to the Royal Cons. of Music in Toronto. There he studied composition with John Weinzweig, and oboe with Perry Bauman.
Then Ernest Macmillan, conductor of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, engaged Freedman to play english Horn in the orchestra. Freedman remained with the orchestra for 25 years. During the summer of 1950 he studied at Tanglewood with Messiaen. Freedman was active as a teacher and composer in Canada.