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TOWER: Silver Ladders / Island Prelude / Sequoia


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TOWER: Silver Ladders / Island Prelude / Sequoia

Tower, Joan

  Silver Ladders
1.   Silver Ladders 00:22:26
  Island Prelude for Solo Oboe and String Orchestra
2.   Island Prelude for Solo Oboe and String Orchestra 00:10:16
  Island Rhythms
3.   Island Rhythms 00:07:15
  Music for Cello and Orchestra
4.   Music for Cello and Orchestra 00:17:40
5.   Sequoia 00:16:20

Total Playing Time: 01:13:57

Tower, Joan

Slatkin, Leonard; Smith, Lawrence Leighton

Louisville Orchestra; Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra

Bowman, Peter; Harrell, Lynn

Label: First Edition

Genre: Concertos; Orchestral

Period: Contemporary

Catalogue No: FECD-0025

Barcode: 809157000259

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