Morton Gould

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Aliases

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Alias Sort name Begin Date End Date Type Locale
Gould & Fields
Morton Gould (1913-)

Artist credits

This is a list of all the different ways Morton Gould is credited in the database. View the artist credit documentation for more details.

Name
Aaron Copland, Morton Gould
Bartók, Bernstein, Copland, Gould, Stravinsky; Benny Goodman
Benny Goodman, Columbia Jazz Combo, Morton Gould
Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Morton Gould
Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Morton Gould, Benny Goodman
Copland, Grofé; Morton Gould and His Orchestra
Copland, Morton Gould; Utah Symphony Orchestra, Maurice Abravanel, Charlton Heston
Gould
Jean Sibelius, Edvard Grieg; Philharmonia Orchestra, Morton Gould Orchestra, Morton Gould
Jean Sibelius; Morton Gould
John Philip Sousa; Morton Gould, Morton Gould's Symphonic Band
Morton Gould
Morton Gould & Morton Gould's Symphonic Band
Morton Gould & The RCA Symphony Orchestra
Morton Gould & The RCA Victor Symphony Orchestra
Morton Gould Orchestra, Morton Gould
Morton Gould and his Symphonic Band
Morton Gould and the RCA Symphony Orchestra
Morton Gould and the RCA Victor Symphony Orchestra
Morton Gould, Alan Hovhaness, Vittorio Giannini; Eastman Wind Ensemble, Frederick Fennell, A. Clyde Roller
Morton Gould, Morton Gould Orchestra
Morton Gould, Samuel Barber; Howard Hanson, Eastman-Rochester Orchestra
Morton Gould; London Philharmonic Orchestra, Kenneth Klein
Morton Gould; National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine, Theodore Kuchar
Morton Gould; University of Kansas Wind Ensemble, Scott Weiss, Stephanie Zelnick
Nielsen; Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Morton Gould, Jean Martinon
Oscar Levant, c. by Morton Gould
Philharmonia Orchestra, Morton Gould
Ralph Vaughan Williams, Eric Coates; Morton Gould
Reicha, McTee, Gillingham, Ives, Gould; Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music Wind Symphony, Eugene Corporon