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German-born American composer Samuel Adler (born 1928) came to the USA in 1939. He studied music at Boston and Harvard universities and during his period of military service he founded and conducted the Seventh Army Symphony Orchestra. Adler has written extensively in many different genres and has received numerous prestigious commissions.
America - Music for Saxophone Quartet
Toccatas: Modern American Music for Harpsichord
Mean Fiddle Summer: Modern American Violin Works
Beethoven & Dvořák: Piano Trios
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Patterson, Elizabeth C.
Milken Archive Digital
Charleston String Quartet, The
Raschèr Saxophone Quartet
Elizabeth C. Patterson
Gloriae Dei Cantores
Kohler, Margaret Bishop
Adler: Cantos - Close Encounters - Five Snapshots
Samuel Adler: Works for String Quartet and Other Small Ensemble
Adler: Nuptial Scene - Davidovsky: Biblical Songs - Kupferman: The Shadows of Jerusalem - Smit: Tzadik
Make His Praise Glorious - American Psalmody, Vol. 1
Scarlatti – 18 Sonatas
Sibelius - Symphonies 3, 6 and 7
Mendelssohn – A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Beethoven – The Nine Symphonies
The Sibelius Edition Vol. 12
Sibelius – The Seven Symphonies
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