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Copland: Rodeo, Dance Panels, El salon Mexico, Danzon cubano - Slatkin

Copland: Rodeo, Dance Panels, El salon Mexico, Danzon cubano - Slatkin

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Copland: Rodeo, Dance Panels, El salon Mexico, Danzon cubano

Detroit Symphony Orchestra
Leonard Slatkin


While Copland’s hugely successful celebration of the American West, Rodeo, has become an American classic, Dance Panels is barely known despite working beautifully as a concert work. Based on popular Mexican melodies, the glittering, even exotic El Salón México is one of Copland’s most frequently performed works. Of his rhythmically complex Danzón Cubano, inspired by a visit to a dance hall in Cuba, in which there were two orchestras playing at both ends, the composer himself wrote: “I did not attempt to reproduce an authentic Cuban sound but felt free to add my own touches of displaced accents and unexpected silent beats.”

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