American Classical Music Hall of Fame
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Founded in 1996, The American Classical Music Hall of Fame is a non-profit organization dedicated to honoring and celebrating the many facets of American classical music. The Hall of Fame seeks to recognize those who have made significant contributions to American classical music and by doing so aspires to sustain and build interest in American classical music. In May 1998 the first induction took place at Cincinnati’s Historic Music Hall during a concert by the United S...
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Rachmaninov: Songs (14), Op. 34
Track provided courtesy of Evan Drachman.
Vocalise (3:20) N/A
Ives: Tom Sails Away
Composer: Charles Ives
Recording Date: Fri 11 Nov 2011
Tom Sails Away (2:38) N/A
Blake: Capricious Harlem
Arranger: William Bolcom
Recording Date: Wed 12 Oct 2011
Capricious Harlem (3:01) N/A
Arranger: William Bolcom
William Bolcom discusses his friendship and musical relationship with Eubie Blake and the origin of Bolcom's new arrangement of Blake's Capricious Harlem.
Capricious Harlem (Discussed by William Bolcom) (5:24) N/A
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The American Classical Music Hall of Fame is pleased to announce the induction of its newest member, composer Ellen Taaffe Zwilich.
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