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Copland and the American Sound


Learn about Aaron Copland and his search for the American sound. Listen to his magnificent music as you learn about his various styles. Copeland tackled the interpretation of the American Dream through music.

San Francisco Symphony

• Audio • Pictures and/or Illustrations • Biographical Information


• High School Middle School

Jessica Griese

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