Charles Roland Berry: Orchestral Music, Volume One

Charles Roland Berry, born in Boston, Mass., in 1957, studied in California with Peter Racine Fricker and Paul Creston before supporting himself in a variety of jobs in the music world. As a composer, he believes in writing music that audiences might like to hear and musicians enjoy playing; as a result, all three works here have the open-air, open-hearted, even naïve, quality of much American orchestral music, film scores in particular – the kind of ‘Big Country’ sound that one can hear in Copland, Grofe, Harris, Moross and other painters of the wide outdoors.

Moravian Philharmonic Orchestra (Track 1)
Lviv National Philharmonic Orchestra of Ukraine (Tracks 2–6)
Polish Wieniawski Philharmonic Orchestra of Lublin (Tracks 7–10)
Joel Eric Suben, conductor (Track 1)
Theodore Kuchar, conductor (Track 2–10)


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