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John Alden CarpenterConcertino for Piano & Orchestra

John Alden Carpenter
Concertino for Piano & Orchestra

Krazy Kat: A Jazz Pantomime (1921)
Introduction (Allegro)
Krazy Kat is discovered asleep
Enter Bill Postem
He picks up the bundle
Tempo di valzer lento
Enter the Mysterious Stranger
Tempo di Fox-trot
Presto
Concertino for piano and orchestra (1915 rev. 1947) MC
i Allegro con moto
ii Lento
iii Moderato
Carmel Concerto (1948)*
Moderato energico Legato tranquillo Tempo I
Patterns for piano and orchestra (1932)* MC
Moderato
Lento a tempo
Piu animato
Animato

MC Michael Chertock (piano)
BBC Concert Orchestra
Keith Lockhart (conductor)
* World premiere recording

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