American Symphony Orchestra
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The American Symphony Orchestra was founded in 1962 by Leopold Stokowski. Its Music Director and Principal Conductor is Leon Botstein. As part of Lincoln Center Presents Great Performers at Avery Fisher Hall, the American Symphony has pioneered the performance of thematically organized concerts, linking music to the visual arts, literature, politics, and history. In addition, the American Symphony Orchestra performs in a lecture/concert series with audience interaction called Classics Declass...
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Wilson: The Cello has many Secrets N/A
Composer: Richard Wilson
Arranger: Richard Wilson
Conductor: Leon Botstein
Recording Date: Fri 17 Apr 2009
IV - Interlude II (4:51) N/A
V - Cello (5:08) N/A
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