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Listen Paul Newman's 'Lincoln Portrait' At Carnegie Hall

September 29, 2008 – The late actor narrates Copland's Lincoln Portrait with the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra.

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Listen Teen Singers Shine in Houston

September 17, 2008 – Aspiring operatic teens perform Copland, Mozart and Humperdinck at the home of Houston Grand Opera.

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Read Leon Fleisher: A Piano Legend At 80

July 23, 2008 – On his birthday, hear Fleisher's best recordings, chosen by Pulitzer-winning critic Tim Page.

Read Composing the American Frontier

February 5, 2008 – The spirit of the American West is made audible in music by composers from Dvorak to Harris.

Read Financing the Classics: Beethoven's Benefactor

December 25, 2007 – Commentator Miles Hoffman checks off a list of classical hits built from musical philanthropy.

Listen Measha Brueggergosman: Classical Cabaret

November 26, 2007 – The Canadian soprano's new CD, Surprise, features classical cabaret songs.

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Listen America Sings!

December 14, 2006 – A varied history of American choral music from colonial anthems to the music of Leonard Bernstein.

Listen A Tour of American Popular Song

February 18, 2006 – A 12-city tour sponsored by the Library of Congress celebrates the history of American music.

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Read Music and Words from 'A King Celebration'

January 16, 2006 – Music from the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and the Spelman and Morehouse glee clubs.

Listen Dvorak and Copland from Violinist Colin Jacobsen

November 30, 2005 – Jacobsen joins pianist Marija Stroke in works by Czech and American composers.

Listen Paul Newman Narrates 'Lincoln Portrait'

August 9, 2005 – The St. Louis Symphony celebrates U.S. music, with pieces by Aaron Copland and John Adams.

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Listen 'Made in America': Unknown Copland

June 28, 2005 – Aaron Copland's ballets, such as Appalachian Spring, have long overshadowed earlier works.

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