The Chairman Dances is a 1985 composition by John Adams, subtitled Foxtrot for Orchestra and lasting about 13 minutes. A commission from the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, it has several dance-like tunes and has been described by Adams as an outtake from Act III of the opera he was working on at the time, Nixon in China. The word Dances in the title is a verb, not a noun
Album · 1987 · 5 Songs. The Chairman Dances (Foxtrot for Orchestra). By John Adams - John Adams. 2. Christian Zeal and Activity. By John Adams - John Adams, Edo de Waart & San Francisco Symphony. 3. Two Fanfares for Orchestra: I. Tromba Lontana.
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The Chairman Dances (Foxtrot for Orchestra). Your browser does not support the audio element. Two Fanfares for Orchestra: II. Short Ride in a Fast Machine.
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Exclusive Prime pricing. Adams, John: The Chairman Dances. The Chairman Dances" is a catchy foxtrot taken from a tune Adams used in his very popular opera "Nixon in China. Short Ride in a Fast Machine" is an adrenaline-pumping, spirit-lifting fanfare on level with works like Shostakovich's "Festive" Overture.
Acme Parking Garage by The Chairman Dances The Chairman Dances 'Chil. Ramona Adelita Magdalene. 3 September 2016 at 15:35. Dan Drago invited me to chat at length about The Chairman Dances for his (truly excellent) podcast, 25 O'Clock. We had a great time talking, and I think the episode reflects that. Many thanks to Dan for having me on.