Originally composed in the summer of 1952 and premiered at the Chicago CBDNA conference that same year, the three-movement Symphony opens with a broad introduction containing the majority of the thematic material. The second, most lyrical movement is in three-part song form, and the final movement is presented in rondo form. The instrumentation is for expanded brass and percussion sections and is scored for one-on-a-part. An exciting addition to the Belwin Classic series for discriminating ensembles. Recorded by Troy University Band.