TORONTO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA PLAYS “APPALACHIAN SPRING”

Toronto Symphony Plays Aaron Copland’s
Appalachian Spring From Their Homes


Leave it up to musicians to find a way to keep the music going.

The Toronto Symphony Orchestra Principal double bass, Jeff Beecher has corralled musicians from the orchestra to perform Aaron Copland’s Appalachian Spring from their homes.

Each played their part, with Beecher editing it all together with the help of a click-track. See the wonder unfold here:

More music to lighten your day!

10 thoughts on “TORONTO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA PLAYS “APPALACHIAN SPRING”

  1. Ingenious. Gotta love that. The Italians can do so from their balconies and are. Love this tho. It’s a way to practice, keep on track and assist others who enjoy your music. win win!

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