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Aaron Copland

Classical Music in Pop

What do Frank Sinatra, Blood Sweat and Tears and John Denver have in common? They all used classical music in some of their pieces. After Aaron Copland composed his Fanfare for the Common Man, the piece was also adapted by several popular musicians. Let’s explore some more classical music that made the transition to pop.

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Hello Mudduh, Hello Fadduh
All by Myself
Piano Concerto #2
Full Moon and Empty Arms
Annie???s Song
Symphony #5
Minuet in G
Lover???s Concerto
Satie; Gymnopedie #1
Someone to Call my Lover
Piano and I
Fanfare

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#1. Copland's “Fanfare for the Common Man” was arranged by Woody Herman in what style?

#2. The Toys piece, “Lover’s Concerto,” uses music from

#3. Which piece was “borrowed” by both Eric Carmen and Frank Sinatra?

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