Heitor Villa-Lobos / Norman Dello Joio – The Louisville Orchestra, Robert Whitney - Erosion, Origin Of The Amazon River / The Triumph Of St. Joan Symphony mp3 album
Orchestra – The Louisville Orchestra. Erosion was written 1950. Both works were premiered by the Louisville Orchestra in 1951. Grey Six-Eye label No release year, no liner notes author mentioned.
Louisville Orchestra. Recorded: 13 March 1952. Joio: The Triumph of St. Joan Symphony. Louisville Orchestra. Joio, Norman dello (1913-2008). Villa-Lobos, Heitor (1887-1959). Dello Joio, N: The Triumph of St. Groups & Artists.
Composer Heitor Villa-Lobos. Composer Norman Dello Joio. Solo Conductor Robert S. Whitney. Orchestra Louisville Orchestra. Conductor Whitney, Robert S. Print.
Norman Dello Joio (January 24, 1913 – July 24, 2008) was an American composer whose output spanned over half a century, and who won a Pulitzer Prize in 1957. Dello Joio was born Nicodemo DeGioio in New York City to Italian immigrants.
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Dello Joio returned to the subject of Joan of Arc in 1955 when he was commissioned by the NBC Television Opera Theatre to produce an original 75-minute opera for television. Overall the reception for Dello Joio's first rendition of The Triumph of St. Joan was positive. However, the composer was himself unhappy with the work and, although there was some interest in a professional staging of the opera, Dello Joio withdrew the work from such considerations. He did take some of the music and adapt it into a symphony which.
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|A||Erosion, Origin Of The Amazon River = Erosão, Sorimáo U Ipirungáua. Symphonic Poem
Composed By – Heitor Villa-Lobos
|The Triumph Of St. Joan Symphony
Composed By – Norman Dello Joio
|B1||1st Movement: The Maid|
|B2||2nd Movement: The Warrior|
|B3||3rd Movement: The Saint|
- Conductor – Robert Whitney
- Design – Monogram
- Orchestra – The Louisville Orchestra
NotesErosion was written 1950. Both works were premiered by the Louisville Orchestra in 1951.
The digit 3 in a triangle on back cover.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A stamped runout): XLP 9379–1E
- Matrix / Runout (B stamped runout): XLP 9380–2B
|ML 4615||Heitor Villa-Lobos / Norman Dello Joio – The Louisville Orchestra, Robert Whitney||Heitor Villa-Lobos / Norman Dello Joio – The Louisville Orchestra, Robert Whitney - Erosion (Erosão). Origin Of The Amazon River / The Triumph Of St. Joan Symphony (LP, Mono, RP)||Columbia Masterworks||ML 4615||US||1953|