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Q: How is Fanfare of the Common Man and At the River by Aaron Copland similar?
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Who wrote Fanfare For The Common Man?

Aaron Copland composed Fanfare For The Common Man.


Who composed Fanfare for the common man?

Aaron Copland


Why was fanfare for the common man so successful?

It was successful because he (Aaron Copland) thought to repeat the procedure in world war 2


What were the names of the songs that Aaron Copland composed?

Fanfare for the common man, Rodeo (ro-DAY-o not RO-dee-o), Appalachian Springs, Lincoln Portrait are the only ones that come to mind.


Where can you get a music score or guitar tab of the keyboard part of Fanfare For the Common Man?

There is no keyboard part to "Fanfare for the Common Man," at least not the real version. Though other (and in my opinion, lesser) versions have since been arranged, Aaron Copland wrote the piece for brass and percussion, specifically on the commission of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.


Why did aaron copland write the piece fanfare for a common man?

Copland, in his autobiography, wrote of the request: "Eugene Goossens, conductor of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, had written to me at the end of August about an idea he wanted to put into action for the 1942-43 concert season. During World War I he had asked British composers for a fanfare to begin each orchestral concert. It had been so successful that he thought to repeat the procedure in World War II with American composers". A total of eighteen fanfares[1] were written at Goossens' behest, but Copland's is the only one which remains in the standard repertoire. Source: http://www.answers.com/topic/fanfare-for-the-common-man


What religion is Aaron Copland?

Aaron Copland was Jewish


Did Aaron Copland get married?

No, Aaron Copland was never married.


What has the author Aaron Copland written?

Aaron Copland has written: 'What to listen for in music'


Who was Aaron Copland?

Aaron Copland (1900 - 1990) was an American composer.


Did aaron copland have any children?

Aaron Copland did not have any children.


When did Aaron Copland die?

aaron copland died on December 2,1990


Was aaron copland in an orchestra?

Aaron Copland composed music for the orchestra.


When was Aaron Copland born?

Aaron Copland was born on November 14, 1900.


What instruments did Aaron Copland play?

Aaron Copland played instruments such as the piano.


What is Aaron Copland's birthday?

Aaron Copland was born on November 14, 1900.


Why is Aaron Copland remembered?

Aaron Copland is remembered because of his music and his influence upon musicians. He wrote several orchestral pieces celebrating America and Americans that became and remain hugely popular: "Fanfare for the Common Man," "Appalachian Spring," "Billy the Kid," "Rodeo," and "A Lincoln Portrait." His book "What to Listen For in Music" still sells thousands of copies. His style of orchestration, luminous and transparent, influenced many composers worldwide.


What are facts about Aaron Copland?

Aaron Copland was born November 14,1900 and he died December 2,1990 his parents were Sarah Mittenthal Copland and Harris Morris Copland!


You type in Aaron Copeland and they take you to Aaron Copland Is there an difference?

Yes. Aaron Copland (with no "e") is the correct spelling.


What instruments did aaron copland write for?

Aaron Copland wrote for pianos, orchestras, and violins.


What nicknames did Aaron Copland go by?

Aaron Copland went by The Dean of American composers.


Where did aaron copland die?

Aaron Copland died on December 2, 1990 in New York.


What country did Aaron Copland die?

Aaron Copland died in North Tarrytown, New York.


When was Aaron Copland School of Music created?

Aaron Copland School of Music was created in 1937.


How did Aaron Copland influence the world?

Aaron Copland was born in 1900.Aaron Copland was a composer and a conducter. He taught many young composers. Aaron learned the piano from his older sister. Aaron Copland taught young composers in Paris. He never got married. He made a lot of pieces. Some of them were The Appalachian spring, Simple Gifts, and Hoe down. Aaron Copland died on December 2, 1990.