George Frederick Bristow: Symphony No. 2 (“Jullien”)/Overtures
An essential addition to the discography of nineteenth-century American orchestral music!
George Frederick Bristow (1825 - 1898), a pillar of the New York musical community for most of the nineteenth century, was a composer, performer, conductor, educator, and a strong advocate for American music. His musical training took place entirely in New York, where he studied with his father and several prominent members of the Philharmonic Society, now the New York Philharmonic Orchestra.
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