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CTDDG88108A

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Buysoundtrax Digital, in association with Citadel Records, presents DIVERTIMENTO, Wind Music of Diamond, Tull, Washburn, Stamp, Tower. A collection of classical pieces composed by Jack Stamp, David Diamond, Fisher Tull, Robert Washburn and Joan Tower. Jack Stamp conducts the Keystone Wind Ensemble. Recorded at the Fisher Auditorium, Indiana University of Pennsylvania Campus, January 14-16 1995.

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DIVERTIMENTO (Wind Music Of Diamond, Tull, Washburn, Stamp, Tower)

Jack Stamp, The Keystone Wind Ensemble

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Ceremonial Fanfare 1:38

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Tantivy 9:16

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Sketches On A Tudor Psalm 11:37

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I. Fanfare (To Fisher Tull) 1:41

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II. Fate: In Memoriam William Schuman 5:29

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III. Fury (to Joan Tower) 2:41

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IV. Faith (To Mike, Gary, Bud and David) 3:44

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V. Frolic (To David Diamond) 1:59

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I. Andante - Allegro Moderato 6:27

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II. Adagio Non Ranto 5:56

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III. Allegro Ritmico 5:15

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Celebration Fanfare From Stepping Stones 4:48

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Downloads include choice of MP3, WAV, or FLAC

CTDDG88108A

Includes Digital Booklet

Buysoundtrax Digital, in association with Citadel Records, presents DIVERTIMENTO, Wind Music of Diamond, Tull, Washburn, Stamp, Tower. A collection of classical pieces composed by Jack Stamp, David Diamond, Fisher Tull, Robert Washburn and Joan Tower. Jack Stamp conducts the Keystone Wind Ensemble. Recorded at the Fisher Auditorium, Indiana University of Pennsylvania Campus, January 14-16 1995.

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