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Gould Morton (1913-1996)

Biography of Gould Morton:

Morton Gould (1913-1996) was born in New York State to an Austrian father and Russian mother, and was musically highly precocious as a child. He was a fine pianist and conductor and as a composer wrote much orchestral music in a recognisably American style. Stokowski premiered several of Gould’s works in Philadelphia, and quickly took up the highly successful Latin-American Symphonette (Symphonette No 4) which was first performed in Brooklyn in 1941. Its four movements are each based on a Latin-American dance. Stokowski conducts the third movement: Guaracha (a Cuban dance, which ends in Rhumba-style) - (GHCD 2361)

CD's with Gould Morton
The Golden Age of Light Music: An Introduction

Light Music

ArtNr. GLCD 5101

The Golden Age of Light Music: Great American Light Orchestras - Volume 2 - Travellin? Light

Light Music

ArtNr. GLCD 5114

TOSCANINI - All-American Concerts 1942 & 1944

ArtNr. GHCD 2256/57

The Golden Age of Light Music: More Strings in Stereo!

Light Music

ArtNr. GLCD 5159

Leopold Stokowski - NBC Pops, 1942-1944

ArtNr. GHCD 2361

The Golden Age of Light Music: Confetti

Light Music

ArtNr. GLCD 5175

The Golden Age of Light Music: The Composer Conducts - Vol. 1

Light Music

ArtNr. GLCD 5177

The Golden Age of Light Music: The Lost Transcriptions - Vol. 2

Light Music

ArtNr. GLCD 5181

The Golden Age of Light Music: The Lost Transcriptions - Vol. 3

Light Music

ArtNr. GLCD 5184

The Golden Age of Light Music: Melody Mixture

Light Music

ArtNr. GLCD 5197

The Golden Age of Light Music: Invitation To The Dance

Light Music

ArtNr. GLCD 5210

The Golden Age of Light Music: 100 Greatest American Light Orchestras - Vol. 2

Light Music

ArtNr. GLCD 5231

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