In a return to its flagship Americana series, CSI presents snapshots of our nation's unique song style and its evolution over time. The common thread that helps identify America's compositional aesthetic? Individualistic, multidimensional works coming from distinct composers who have been influenced by music of all time periods, genres, and regions across the world.
H.T. Burleigh | Five Songs of Laurence Hope
John Duke | Loveliest of Trees, February Twilight, Peggy Mitchell, Fragment, Luke Havergal, Little Elegy, Shelling Peas
Samuel Barber | Mélodies passagères
Libby Larsen | Love After 1950
Matthew Recio | WORLD PREMIERE COMMISSION
Additional songs by Charles Ives, Virgil Thomson, and Tom Cipullo