Tonight, we have for you some smooth jams from Samuel Barber.
There aren't many orchestral composers more quintessentially American than Aaron Copland.
Often dubbed a minimalist, Glass has never been too fond of the term, instead preferring the mantle of a composer of "music with repetitive structures."
This may not be your typical concerto, but Bartók does a good job of explaining why it should be treated as one.
Steve Reich has always been one of my favorites among the modernists. His penchant for creating overlapping rhythms that sound like an artificial effect has always been a distinguishing factor in his music.
"Le Rossignol" (The Nightingale) has always been my favorite work of Stravinsky's, then again it's pretty difficult to choose just one.