Frank Brieff

Born 19 April 1912. Died 22 November 2005
Frank Brieff
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1912-04-19
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Frank Brieff

Frank Brieff Biography (Wikipedia)

Frank Brieff (19 April 1912 – 22 November 2005) was an American musician and conductor. He was the conductor of the New Haven Symphony, the Bach Aria Group, and the Waterbury Symphony. He also conducted the Columbia Symphony Orchestra.

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Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Sérénade mélancolique, Op 26
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Sérénade mélancolique, Op 26
Aaron Copland
Hoe-Down arr Harris (Rodeo)
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Hoe-Down arr Harris (Rodeo)
Anton Rubinstein
Romance in E flat major, Op 44 No 1 arr Harris
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Romance in E flat major, Op 44 No 1 arr Harris
Alexander Borodin
Nocturne for violin and orchestra, No.2, 3rd mvt.
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Nocturne for violin and orchestra, No.2, 3rd mvt.
Isaac Stern
Nocturne
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Nocturne
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