Jonathan Allentoff | Erie Canal Rhapsody

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Erie Canal Rhapsody

by Jonathan Allentoff

Erie Canal Songs Performed with Narrator, Chorus, Vocal & Instrumental Soloists & Orchestra
Genre: Classical: Programmatic music
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Album Notes
Erie Canal Rhapsody, composed and conducted by Jonathan Allentoff. Pittsford Mendon Orchestra, Select Chorus, Wind Ensemble, and soloists, Mrs. Dianne Howard, Music Director. Mr. Joshua Walker, Narrator. Chris Bareham, Charlie Harrington, Justin Lemieux, Vocal Soloists. Justin Clark, guitar. Eric Levy, mandolin. Mrs. Edie Rice, Director of the Select Choir. Mr. Paul Maguda, Director of the Wind Ensemble. June 6, 2012. Pittsford Mendon High School, Pittsford (Rochester) NY.
Songs:
1. Celebration Ode
2. Oh! Dat Low Bridge
3. Meeting of the Waters
4. Boating on a Bullhead
5. The Aged Pilot Man (by Mark Twain)
6. Low Bridge, Everybody Down

This musical work is Copyright (c) 2012 Allentoff Music (ASCAP)
Visit Allentoff Music at www.allentoffmusic.com for more information about this and many other works as well as information about the composer.


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