Symphony no. 3 (with Diamond, Symphony no. 4; Thompson, Symphony no. 2), Leonard Bernstein, New York Philharmonic, Sony 60594
Symphony no. 3, Leonard Bernstein, New York Philharmonic, Deutsche
The epic sense of build and excitement is superior in Bernstein’s older version, but this has better sound and is coupled with a fine performance of William Schuman’s Third Symphony.
Symphony no. 6 (Gettysburg), Keith Clark, Pacific Symphony Orchestra, Albany Troy 064
Symphonies nos. 5 & 6, Naxos 8.559609
Concerto for Violin and Orchestra, Symphony no. 5, Leighton Smith, Louisville Orchestra, First Edition 5
Violinist Gregory Fulkerson, who gave this work its first performance in 1984, is superb in this 1985 recording, ably abetted by the Louisville Orchestra, conducted by Lawrence Leighton Smith.
Symphony no. 7, Eugene Ormandy, Philadelphia Orchestra, Albany
The CD also includes Walter Piston’s Symphony no. 4 and William
Schuman’s Symphony no. 6.
Roy Harris: Singing to America 149
Symphonies nos. 7 & 9; Epilogue to Profiles in Courage—J. F. K., Naxos 8.559050
Concerto for Two Pianos and Orchestra, Kleos Classics KL 5129
Quintet for Piano and Strings; Violin Sonata; and String Quartet no. 3, Koch KIC CD 7515
Sonata for Violin and Piano, Richard Zimdars, Alexander Ross, Albany
Three Variations on a Theme (String Quartet no. 2), Emerson String Quartet, New World Records 80453