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GILLIS, D.: Symphony No. 5 1/2 / The Alamo / Portrait of a Frontier Town (Gillis) (1950)


GILLIS, D.: Symphony No. 5 1/2 / The Alamo / Portrait of a Frontier Town (Gillis) (1950)

Gillis, Don

  Symphony No. 5 1/2
1.   I. Perpetual Emotion 00:03:19
2.   II. Spiritual 00:04:07
3.   III. Scherzofrenia 00:02:53
4.   IV. Conclusion 00:03:14
  The Alamo
5.   The Alamo 00:13:27
  Portrait of A Frontier Town
6.   I. Chamber of Commerce 00:02:14
7.   II. Where the West Begins 00:04:11
8.   III. Ranch House Party 00:02:28
9.   IV. Prairie Sunset 00:04:18
10.   V. Main Street - Saturday Night 00:04:01

Total Playing Time: 00:44:12

Gillis, Don

Gillis, Don

New Symphony Orchestra

Label: Naxos Classical Archives

Genre: Orchestral

Period: 20th Century

Catalogue No: 9.80134

Barcode: 0730099813419

Distribution Note(s):

Not available in the United States due to possible copyright restrictions. Exclusively available for streaming and download. Not available on CD

Physical Release: 1950



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