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Symphonies of Iowa

The University of Iowa School of Music: 100th Anniversary Concert (#307)

Music performed in program order for IPTV program titled: The University of Iowa School of Music: 100th Anniversary Concert

Symphony Orchestra conducted by William Larue Jones:

Gazebo Dances by John Corigliano
Fragments by T.J. Anderson
With pianist Donal Fox

Symphony Band conducted by Myron Welch

Celebration by Philip Sparke
Frenzy by Andrew Boysen Jr.

[57 minutes] Closed Captioning

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Curricular Areas
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12 episodes
Average Episode Length
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Series Description: Iowa Public Television showcases symphony orchestras around the state by presenting a variety of concerts featuring different musical genres and world-class guest artists.

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