Suite for orchestra
220.127.116.11-18.104.22.168-timp.perc(3):xyl/vib/glsp/cym/crash cym/susp.cym/tri/guiro/wood bl/3temple bl/tamb/3high dr/SD/TD/BD-harmonium-strings
This work is available from Boosey & Hawkes for the world.
Carnegie Hall, New York, NY
New York Pops / Charles Prince
Developed in 2003, the Orchestral Suite from ‘1600 Pennsylvania Avenue’ is an attractive medley of the most familiar numbers from the musical – The President Jefferson’s March, Take Care of This House, I Love My Wife, and To Make Us Proud – arranged for a modestly-sized orchestra. Though the show was not successful, the music has been admired, and reflects Leonard Bernstein at his most witty and charming.
"A long overdue renaissance of the melodies I heard adorning the opening in Philadelphia. A meaningful addition to the symphonic repertoire." -- Skitch Henderson