George Washington Bridge; New England Triptych; American Hymn; Fanfare for a Great Occasion; Circus Overture

Hecht, Roger
May 2006
American Record Guide;May/Jun2006, Vol. 69 Issue 3, p158
Entertainment Review
The article reviews several music releases composed by William Schuman and performed by the Keystone Win Ensemble conducted by Jack Stamp including "George Washington Bridge," "New England Triptych," "American Hymn," "Fanfare for a Great Occasion" and "Circus Overture."


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