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  1. Together with his lyricist brother Ira, he contributed numerous entries to the Great American Songbook. One of the most famous of these, ‘I Got Rhythm’, comes from their musical ‘Girl Crazy’. George went on to compose the Variations on ‘I Got Rhythm’, dedicated to his brother, in 🎼 Enjoy this version here on Primephonic!
  2. Apr 19,  · While on vacation in Florida in December , Gershwin composed his own set of variations on “I Got Rhythm” for piano and orchestra, completing it in advance of a tour with the Leo Reisman Orchestra the following year.
  3. I Got Rhythm Variations Conductor: Carolyn Kuan | Greensboro, NC (United States of America), Dana Auditorium at Guilford College.
  4. Jul 23,  · Gershwin – I Got Rhythm Variations Throughout his life, the American composer George Gershwin sustained a nagging reputation as little more than a Tin Pan Alley song-spinner — a talented tunesmith, but little more. But all along, his aspirations resided in the concert hall.
  5. In he prepared formal piano versions of some of his songs (collected as George Gershwin's Song-Book), and two years later he made an orchestral version that drew on his experiments-in-performance with "I Got Rhythm." Each variation decks the theme out in a new mood and new sound, even one that seems to spoof stereotypes of "Chinese" music.
  6. Listen to Variations on "I got Rhythm" for Piano and Orchestra by Bernard Herrmann with YouTube, Spotify, Deezer, Vimeo & SoundCloud. Stream more from Bernard Herrmann and connect with fans to discover new music.
  7. Variations on ‘I Got Rhythm’ Plus Bonus CD: 8 Preludes for Solo Piano Mark Bebbington and Leon Botstein lend fresh ears to George Gershwin favourites (plus a premiere) on Somm Recordings.
  8. Browse: Gershwin - Variations on I Got Rhythm This page lists all sheet music of Variations on I Got Rhythm by George Gershwin (). Showing 1 - 5 of 5 results.
  9. Variations on "I Got Rhythm" Lyrics: Instrumental. This piece was written for the composer’s concert tour in , as Gershwin was seeking an alternative to his Rhapsody in Blue and Concerto in.

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