Lexington Symphony

Audio Recordings

Brahms Symphony No. 1, 2nd movement

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Bernstein West Side Story Symphonic Dances, “Somewhere”

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Bernstein West Side Story Symphonic Dances, “Mambo”

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Vaughan Williams, Fantasia on Theme by Thomas Tallis

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Beethoven Symphony No. 4, 2nd movement

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Stravinsky, Dumbarton Oaks

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Audio/Video Recordings

Abbreviated video of Lexington Symphony’s “Sight and Sound” collaboration with Polaroid Corporation. Featuring Music Director Jonathan McPhee and Barbara Hitchcock, former Cultural Affairs Director of the Polaroid Corporation. 3 minutes.

William Wegman – Railing, 1991
Fellman, Sandi – Untitled, 1982  (Hands & birds)
Butler, Lynn – Geese at sunset, 1987
Halsman, Philippe – Hitchcock, The Birds

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Interview with Lexington Symphony Conductor Jonathan McPhee on LexGo! Talk Show. 15 minutes.

Produced and broadcast by LexMedia Public Access.

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Learn about Orchestrating Kids Through Classics. 8 minutes.

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Lexington Symphony performing its Orchestrating Kids Through Classics™ program at Nevins Hall for 1,800 third- and fourth-grade students in June of 2011. 7 minutes.

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