Definition of Copland, Aaron in English:

Copland, Aaron

proper noun

  • (1900–90), American composer, pianist, and conductor, of Lithuanian descent. He established a distinctive American style in his compositions, borrowing from jazz, folk, and other traditional music. Notable works: "Music for the Theater" (1925), "Appalachian Spring" (1944), "Fanfare for the Common Man" (1942).

Pronunciation

Copland, Aaron

/ˈkəʊplənd/