Symphony No. 7 (Sessions)
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The Symphony No. 7 of Roger Sessions was written in 1967.
It is in three movements:
- Allegro con fuoco
- Lento e dolce
- Allegro misurato
It was written for the 150th anniversary of the University of Michigan (Prausnitz, p. 285).
- Prausnitz, Frederik. Roger Sessions: How a "Difficult" Composer Got That Way. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 2002. ISBN 0-19-510892-2
- Peter Leonard/Louisville Orchestra (Louisville First Edition Records LS 776, 1981. With Sessions' Divertimento for Orchestra.)
- Dennis Russell Davies/American Composers Orchestra (Argo 444 519-2, 1995. Symphonies 6, 7, 9.)
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