David Diamond

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David Diamond (1915-2005) was an American composer who emerged in the 1930s as a strong exponent of diatonic tonality.
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Composition Highlights

Title Year Avg. Duration Genre
Symphony No. 4 1945 17:43 Symphony
Elegy in Memory of Maurice Ravel, for brass, strings & percussion (or strings & percussion) 1938 07:18 Orchestral
Rounds, for string orchestra 1944 14:37 Orchestral
Romeo and Juliet, incidental score 1947 22:40 Orchestral
Trio for violin, cello & piano 1951 26:30 Chamber Music
Symphony No. 3 1945 31:01 Symphony
Sonata for violin & piano No. 2 1981 13:15 Chamber Music
Sonata for violin & piano No.1 1943 22:08 Chamber Music
Sonatina for piano No. 1 04:42 Keyboard
Tantivy, for band 1988 09:32 Band Music
Perpetual Motion No. 6 for violin & piano 1946 05:18 Chamber Music
Serenata for Orchestra 11:54 Orchestral
String Quartet No. 3 1946 25:57 Chamber Music
Kaddish for cello and orchestra 1989 11:21 Orchestral
Barcarolle for piano No. 2 02:28 Keyboard
Sonatina for piano No. 2, dedicated to Mirian 02:46 Keyboard
Barcarolle for piano, No. 1 01:59 Keyboard
Trio for violin, viola & cello in G major 17:50 Chamber Music
String Quartet No. 8 1964 17:56 Chamber Music
Sonata for cello & piano No. 2 1987 16:29 Chamber Music
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