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The Kansas City Symphony (KCS) is a United States symphony orchestra based in Kansas City, Missouri. The current music director is conductor Michael Stern. The Symphony performs at the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts, located at 1601 Broadway Boulevard. Kansas City's first symphony orchestra was the Kansas City Symphony, formed in 1911 for Carl Busch
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The Orchestra: The Kansas City Symphony is a dynamic, growing and successful arts organization which has garnered tremendous critical acclaim for their first CD project on Reference Recordings, Shakespeare’s Tempest, RR-115, Incidental Music for the Tempest by Sullivan and Sibelius. Their mission is to perform live symphony music with a passion for excellence. They have achieved a tremendous performance on this new Britten recording and we look forward to its critical and marketing success.
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Album · 2012 · 8 Songs. Der Rosenkavalier Suite. By Richard Strauss - Kansas City Symphony & Michael Stern. 8. Somewhere Over the Rainbow (From 'The Wizard of Oz'). 8 Songs, 1 Hour 13 Minutes. Released: Jul 17, 2012. 2012 Kansas City Symphony. Adam Schoenberg: American Symphony, Finding Rothko & Picture Studies. Miraculous Metamorphoses. Chin: Double Concerto, Formosa Seasons.
|1||–Aaron Copland||Fanfare for the Common Man||3:12|
|2||–Leonard Bernstein||Prologue from Symphonic Dances||4:26|
|3||–Leonard Bernstein||Somewhere from Symphonic Dances||4:10|
|4||–Leonard Bernstein||Scherzo from Symphonic Dances||1:27|
|5||–Leonard Bernstein||Mambo from Symphonic Dances||2:18|
|6||–Leonard Bernstein||Cha-Cha from Symphonic Dances||0:54|
|7||–Leonard Bernstein||Meeting Scene from Symphonic Dances||0:47|
|8||–Leonard Bernstein||Cool from Symphonic Dances||0:44|
|9||–Leonard Bernstein||Fugue from Symphonic Dances||3:12|
|10||–Leonard Bernstein||Rumble from Symphonic Dances||1:56|
|11||–Leonard Bernstein||Finale from Symphonic Dances||3:07|
|12||–Antonín Dvořák||Largo from Syphony No. 9 in E Minor, Op. 95 ("From the New World"||12:10|
|13||–Cary John Franklin||Cauldrons||6:47|
|14||–Samuel Barber||Adagio for Strings||7:11|
|15||–Aaron Copland||Finale from Symphony No. 3||14:01|
- Conductor – William McGlaughlin
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