Holiday For Heroes - Ornette Coleman - The Music Of Ornette Coleman & Skies Of America (CD)

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  1. Ornette Coleman, The London Symphony Orchestra Conducted By David Measham: Ornette Coleman, The London Symphony Orchestra Conducted By David Measham - Skies Of America ‎ (LP, Album, RE) Columbia, Sony Music Entertainment Inc. KC , C / .
  2. HD Music» SACD ISO» Ornette Coleman - Skies Of America (/) SACD + Hi-Res Ornette Coleman - Skies Of America (/) SACD + Hi-Res SACD ISO / Hi-Res 24 bit / Jazz , 0 Music_land All albums Ornette Coleman.
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  6. Ornette Coleman, The London Symphony Orchestra Conducted By David Measham: Ornette Coleman, The London Symphony Orchestra Conducted By David Measham - Skies Of America ‎ (LP, Album) Columbia: KC US: このバージョンを出品.
  7. Skies of America, an Album by Ornette Coleman. Released in May on Columbia (catalog no. KC ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Third Stream, Avant-Garde Jazz, Modern Classical. Featured peformers: Ornette Coleman (alto saxophone, composition, aka_text orchestration role_id aka_text, liner notes), London Symphony Orchestra (orchestra), David Measham (conductor), James Jordan .
  8. Song information for Holiday For Heroes - Ornette Coleman on AllMusic. Song information for Holiday For Heroes - Ornette Coleman on AllMusic Ornette Coleman. Skies of America. Columbia / Legacy: AllMusic | AllMovie.
  9. “Holiday for Heroes” is giddy and lilting by comparison. Coleman doesn’t enter the harmolodic fray until track 11, “The Artist in America.” After a brief string quartet intro Ornette blows fiercely for two minutes over a throbbing, turbulent backdrop, eventually closing the piece with a minute-long cadenza.

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