Howard Hanson's '4th Symphony' premieres

Howard Hanson's '4th Symphony' premieres

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  • Hanson conducts Hanson - Symphony No. 4: First movement [Part 1/4]

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  • Hanson conducts Hanson - Symphony No. 4: Second movement [Part 2/4]

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  • Hanson conducts Hanson - Symphony No. 4: Third movement [Part 3/4]

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  • Hanson conducts Hanson - Symphony No. 4: Fourth movement [Part 4/4]

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Symphony No. 4 by Howard Hanson was inspired by the death of his father, taking its movement titles from sections of the Requiem Mass. It was premiered by the Boston Symphony Orchestra, conducted by the composer himself. Later awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Music and he regarded it as his best work.

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