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« on: Jun 10, 2017, 12:56PM »

Is anyone familiar with Hovaness Concerto No 3? Do any recordings exist? Original appears to be for euphonium/baritone.
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« Reply #1 on: Jun 26, 2017, 07:11AM »

I only know of Symphony #29, for euphonium and orchestra... Don't know  Okay, I see (and remember seeing back in the day) "The religious singer". According to the Hovhaness website, there's also a symphony (#34, opus 310) for bass trombone and orchestra, written for David Taylor:  http://www.hovhaness.com/Sym_31_45.html, published by Fujihara.
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« Reply #2 on: Jun 26, 2017, 08:08AM »

I have a set of parts (1 each) for Religious Singer, which I think is 29.  It was published by Robert King.  I don't ever remember seeing a recording of it, though.  Either with Euphonium or trombone.
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« Reply #3 on: Jun 27, 2017, 04:00PM »

I have a set of parts (1 each) for Religious Singer, which I think is 29.  It was published by Robert King.  I don't ever remember seeing a recording of it, though.  Either with Euphonium or trombone.

It's Symphony#29 (full orchestra) and Concerto#3 (String orchestra). Concerto published in 1948 (Robert King), Symphony published in 1976 (Fujihara). Two different works. Please refer to the aforementioned Hovhaness website. Thanks!
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