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Aaron Copland

What's in a Name

In 1942, Eugene Goossens, music director of the Cincinnati Symphony, invited two dozen or so composers to write fanfares honoring those serving in World War II. Hear some more of those fanfares, and take a guess why Aaron Copland’s Fanfare for the Common Man is the only one that’s still regularly performed.

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Fanfare for the Common Man
Fanfare for Freedom
Fanfare for the Forces
Fanfare for Russia
Fanfare to Forces of Latin Allies
Fanfare for France
Fanfare for the Signal Corps
Fanfare for Paratroopers
Fanfare for the Merchant Marine

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#1. Eugene Goosens was music director of which orchestra?

#2. Goosens asked composers to write fanfares honoring

#3. Copland's fanfare was named for

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