John Corigliano

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Corigliano music is essentially post-Romantic, but he is a genuine eclectic, using a wide range of contemporary techniques to meet his expressive ends.
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Composition Highlights

Title Year Avg. Duration Genre
Symphony No. 1 1988 40:39 Symphony
Ghosts of Versailles, opera 1991 02:35:13 Opera
Gazebo Dances, for piano, 4 hands 1972 14:33 Keyboard
Sonata for violin & piano 1963 22:27 Chamber Music
Pied Piper Fantasy, concerto for flute & orchestra 1982 37:17 Concerto
Concerto for clarinet and orchestra 1977 28:49 Concerto
Voyage, for flute & string orchestra 1983 07:39 Concerto
Poem in October, for tenor, flute, oboe, clarinet, string quartet & harpsichord (or tenor & chamber orchestra) 1969 17:10 Vocal Music
Fantasia on an Ostinato, for piano 1985 12:07 Keyboard
Elegy, for orchestra 1965 08:13 Orchestral
Fern Hill, for mezzo-soprano, chorus & orchestra 1960 16:15 Choral
Phantasmagoria (on themes from "The Ghosts of Versailles"), for cello & piano 1993 16:16 Chamber Music
Kaleidoscope, for 2 pianos 1959 05:41 Keyboard
Tournaments, overture for orchestra 1967 11:41 Orchestral
L'Invitation au Voyage, for chorus 1971 06:49 Choral
Concerto for Piano 1968 32:04 Concerto
Troubadours, variations for guitar & orchestra 1993 23:17 Concerto
Etude Fantasy, for piano 1976 17:57 Keyboard
The Cloisters, song cycle for voice & orchestra 1965 06:17 Vocal Music
Summer Fanfare (Echoes of Forgotten Rites), for orchestra 1982 05:57 Orchestral
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