Christopher Rouse

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Rouse was one of the most prominent examples of the renascent American symphonist, following in the tradition of the composers of the 1930s and 1940s.
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Composition Highlights

Title Year Avg. Duration Genre
Ogoun Badagris, for 5 percussionists 1976 04:24 Chamber Music
Flute Concerto 1993 29:13 Concerto
Trombone Concerto 1991 29:13 Concerto
Ku-Ka-Ilimoku, for 4 percussionists 1978 05:16 Chamber Music
The Infernal Machine, for orchestra (movement 2 of "Phantasmata") 1981 05:59 Orchestral
Bonham, for 8 percussionists 1988 07:24 Chamber Music
Concerto per Corde (Concerto for Strings) 1990 25:45 Concerto Orchestral
Concert de Gaudí, for guitar & orchestra 1999 27:02 Concerto
Mitternachtslieder, for baritone & chamber ensemble 1979 20:43 Vocal Music
Rotae Passionis, for chamber ensemble 1982 20:39 Chamber Music Orchestral
Phaethon, for orchestra with augmented percussion 1986 08:03 Orchestral
Gorgon, for orchestra 1984 17:21 Orchestral
Iscariot, for chamber orchestra 1989 14:45 Orchestral
Cello Concerto 1992 29:21 Concerto
Symphony No. 1 1986 27:08 Symphony
Madrigali (4), for 8 voices 1976 11:01 Vocal Music
Symphony No. 2 1994 26:44 Symphony
Phantasmata, for orchestra with augmented percussion 1981 19:33 Orchestral
Odna Zhizn, for orchestra 2009 16:05 Orchestral
Der gerettete Alberich, fantasy for solo percussion & orchestra 1997 26:48 Concerto
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