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    • Festive music for orchestra.

    • Orchestral music.; Symphonies.; Inter-American Symposium of Contemporary Music (1963 : Austin, Tex.)
    • This performance is at the Inter-American Symposium of Contemporary Music, Austin, TX. Performers are the Symposium Orchestra with Donald Johanos conducting. Contents: rehearsal for the piece (begins at :00)--full run through the piece (begins at...
    • Symphony in stone.

    • Orchestral music.; Symphonies.; Motion picture music.; University of Southern California.
    • Symphony in Stone was written for the films Troy and Gonzales produced at the University of Southern California. This recording features Ingolf Dahl conducting the University of Southern California Orchestra and contains only the Montage...
    • Contrastes mexicanos (orchestrated).

    • Orchestral music.; Symphonies.
    • Orginally for 2 pianos, Contrastes Mexicanos was orchestrated at the request of Harvey Garber, the then associate of the San Antonio Symphony. This recording is by the Trinity University Community Orchestra with Gregory Fried, conductor. This is...
    • Symphonic dance for orchestra.

    • Orchestral music.; Symphonies.
    • Symphonic Dance for Orchestra was first performed by the Louisiana State University Symphony Orchestra, Louis Hasselmans conducting. This recording is a combination of 3 separate audio files. Part 1 of 3 and runs until 1 measure after rehearsal...
    • Symphony no. 1.

    • Orchestral music.; Symphonies.
    • This work was Thorton's Ph.D. Disseration for the University of Southern California. It was first performed by the Dalls Symphony Orchestra with Donald Johanos, conductor. This recording is of the San Antonio Symphony, Rafael de Castro...
    • Sinfonia bejar.

    • Orchestral music.; Symphonies.; American Revolution Bicentennial, 1976.
    • Sinfonia Bejar was written at the request of Dr. Alessandro with the support of Trinity University and other individuals for the Bicentennial of the United States. It was premiered by the San Antonio Symphony with Clyde A. Roller, conductor. ...

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