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Boosey and Hawkes Danzón Cubano (Score and Parts) Concert Band Composed by Aaron Copland Arranged by R. Mark Rogers
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Danzón Cubano was composed in the fall of 1942, as a birthday piece to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the League of Composers. In its original for...Click To Read More About This Product
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Danzón Cubano was composed in the fall of 1942, as a birthday piece to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the League of Composers. In its original form for two pianos, it was first played by Leonard Bernstein and Aaron Copland at a Town Hall testimonial concert - Salute to the League of Composers - in December, 1942. This band transription, by R. Mark Rogers, was given its world premiere on April 26, 1979, by the Texas Tech University Concert Band, Dean Killion conducting.