Editors’ Notes Ludovic Morlot and the Seattle Symphony Orchestra summon a magical set of distinctly American impressions. Morlot is a sorcerer with this kind of music, finding balance between the work’s myriad events: ominous strings cast dour moods, while woodwinds interject with unanswered questions.

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Orchestral Set No. 1, S. 7 "3 Places in New England"
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Orchestral Set No. 2, S. 8
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A Symphony, S. 5 "New England Holidays"
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