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Morton Gould: Interplay
(Troy 1174) February 2010

This recording offers a tantalizing sampling of Morton Gould’s work from the vibrant decade of the mid 1930s and ’40s, featuring two of his trademark Symphonettes, the gutsy Concerto for Orchestra and his earliest big orchestral work — Chorale and Fugue in Jazz — presented in full for the first time since its 20-year-old composer wrote it with Interplay, the diminutive concerto holding center stage.

American Symphonette No. 2
Performed by Albany Symphony Orchestra
Conducted by David Alan Miller

Concerto for Orchestra
Performed by Albany Symphony Orchestra
Conducted by David Alan Miller

Interplay (American Concertette No. 1)
Performed by Albany Symphony Orchestra with Findlay Cockrell, piano
Conducted by David Alan Miller

American Symphonette No. 3
Performed by Albany Symphony Orchestra
Conducted by David Alan Miller

Chorale and Fugue in Jazz
Performed by Albany Symphony Orchestra
Conducted by David Alan Miller




Performed by: Albany Symphony Orchestra
David Alan Miller, Conductor

These recordings have been made possible with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts - a State Agency and the New York State Council on the Arts Music Program Technical Assistance Fund; grants from the National Endowment for the Arts the Aaron Copland Fund for Music Recording Program, Paul Underwood, Vanguard-Albany Symphony, Kermani Advised Fund, Audrey Kaufmann Fund for New Music, ASCAP, BMI Foundation: Carlos Surinach Fund, Ann & Gordon Getty Foundation, Betty Freeman, the family of Morton Gould, Mrs. Georgeanne Mennin, Mrs. Sylvia Keiser, and the many, many friends of the Albany Symphony Orchestra.