Harold Shapero: Serenade in D for String Quintet; String Quartet; String Trio ()

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Although the American vernacular music of Aaron Copland remains justly celebrated, much other American neo-classic music from the 1920s to the '50s -- when international serialism pummeled the stuffing out of neo-classicism -- falls into the camp of the unknown and obscure. That's bad news for composers like Harold Shapero, who studied with Ernst Krenek, Walter Piston, Paul Hindemith, and Nadia Boulanger, among others; winning the prize to the American Academy of Rome in 1941, he was unable to take advantage of it at the ...

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Harold Shapero: Serenade in D for String Quintet; String Quartet; String Trio
2003, New World Records

UPC: 093228056928

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