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Album: Harris: The Great American Ninth

Artist: Alan Feinberg, Albany Symphony Orchestra & David Alan Miller

  • Genre: Classical
  • Release Date: 1999
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 11

  • Copyright: ℗ 2006 Albany Records

Tracklist For Harris: The Great American Ninth By Artist Alan Feinberg, Albany Symphony Orchestra & David Alan Miller

Title Artist Time
1
Symphony No. 8 "San Francisco" Alan Feinberg, Albany Symphony Orchestra & David Alan Miller 3:19 USD 0.99
2
Symphony No. 8 "San Francisco" Alan Feinberg, Albany Symphony Orchestra & David Alan Miller 5:30 USD 0.99
3
Symphony No. 8 "San Francisco" Alan Feinberg, Albany Symphony Orchestra & David Alan Miller 3:09 USD 0.99
4
Symphony No. 8 "San Francisco" Alan Feinberg, Albany Symphony Orchestra & David Alan Miller 5:59 USD 0.99
5
Symphony No. 8: Part V Albany Symphony Orchestra & David Alan Miller 10:39 USD Album Only
6
Memories of a Child's Sunday: Albany Symphony Orchestra & David Alan Miller 11:36 USD Album Only
7
Memories of a Child's Sunday: Albany Symphony Orchestra & David Alan Miller 4:33 USD 0.99
8
Memories of a Child's Sunday: Albany Symphony Orchestra & David Alan Miller 5:19 USD 0.99
9
Symphony No. 9: I. - Albany Symphony Orchestra & David Alan Miller 3:42 USD 0.99
10
Symphony No. 9: II. - Albany Symphony Orchestra & David Alan Miller 7:06 USD 0.99
11
Symphony No. 9: III. - Albany Symphony Orchestra & David Alan Miller 5:41 USD 0.99

Reviews For Harris: The Great American Ninth By Artist Alan Feinberg, Albany Symphony Orchestra & David Alan Miller

  • Greart CD, But Tracks Need to be Relabeled

    5
    By dmdodge
    The CD provides access to two lovely Harris works not previously available (including a major symphony -- the 8th) and a lyrical alternative to Kuchar's muscular interpretation of the 9th. However, the tracks need to be relabeled, as follows: Tracks 1-3 should be Memories of a Child's Sunday, Tracks 4-6 should be Symphony No. 9. The 8th Symphony (a one-movement piece in three parts) can be found on Tracks 7-11. The order of all the movements is correct within each piece. Dan Stehman's "Roy Harris: A Bio-bibliography" was helpful in making the corrections. Enjoy.
  • Something's amiss here

    4
    By bsmall
    Listen to the start of "Symphony No. 9th: I" - doesn't it sound like it begins in the middle of a crescendo? In fact, the end of "Memories of a Child's Sunday: Imagining: Play" blends right into it. Somethings gone wrong with the track numbers. Would it be possible to correct this? P.S. It's a wonderful album aside from that.

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