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American Composers Orchestra, Maurice Peress - Four Symphonic Works By Duke Ellington mp3 album

  • Performer: American Composers Orchestra
  • Title: Four Symphonic Works By Duke Ellington
  • Genre: Jazz / Classical
  • Country: US
  • Formats: VOX MMF MOD MP4 FLAC AU AHX
  • Released: 2008
  • Style: Big Band, Contemporary
  • MP3 album: 1421 mb
  • FLAC album: 1410 mb
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American Composers Orchestra, Maurice Peress - Four Symphonic Works By Duke Ellington mp3 album

Conductor, Liner Notes – Maurice Peress. Engineer – Paul Goodman. Orchestra – American Composers Orchestra. Producer – Gregory K. Squires. Rcorded at RCA Studio C, June 27, 1988 Digital Recording. Other Versions (4 of 4) View All.

Conductor, Liner Notes – Maurice Peress. Rcorded at RCA Studio C, June 27, 1988.

Album · 1988 · 4 Songs. Bernstein: Candide Overture; Symphonic Dances from West Side Story; Symphonic Suite from On The Waterfront; Fancy Free Ballet. Leonard Bernstein & New York Philharmonic. Atlanta Symphony Orchestra & Robert Spano. Copland Conducts Copland: Appalachan Spring, Lincoln Portrait, Billy the Kid. Aaron Copland & London Symphony Orchestra. Gorecki: Symphony No. 3. David Zinman, Dawn Upshaw & London Sinfonietta.

MusicMasters: 5168303. American Composers Orchestra, Maurice Peress, Maurice Press. Ellington: Three Black Kings: King Of The Magi, King Solomon, Martin Luther King. American Composers Orchestra. American Composers Orchestra, Maurice Peress. Ellington: New world A-Coming. Ellington, Edward Kennedy 'Duke' (1899-1972).

Yet these symphonic treatments of four separate Ellington works are fundamentally different, with the emphasis less on soloists than the full orchestra. Conductor Maurice Peress condensed "Black, Brown and Beige" into a suite of three sections excerpted from the original extended work, though the mixing of this performance is atrocious. Three Black Kings" was conceived as a ballet late in Ellington's life with the intention of having Luther Henderson orchestrate it, but the bandleader never recorded it prior to his death in 1974. Maurice Peress - conductor American Composers Orchestra Frank Wess - alto saxophone ( Richard Chamberlain - trombone ( Jimmy Heath - tenor and soprano saxophones ( Sir Roland Hanna - piano ( Stephen Hart ( Bill Easley ( - clarinet Jon Faddis - trumpet ( Ron Carter - bass ( Butch Miles - drums ( Recording at RCA Studio C on June 27, 1988.

Duke Ellington, American Composers Orchestra, Maurice Peress ‎: Four Symphonic Works By Duke Ellington is a third stream music album recording by DUKE ELLINGTON released in 1989 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. No release results found : showing artist results instead. Duke Ellington & John Coltrane Impulse 1997.

Conductor Maurice Peress condensed "Black, Brown and Beige" into a suite of three sections excerpted from the original extended work, though the mixing of this performance is atrocious. Henderson's scoring would likely have pleased the maestro

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Black, Brown And Beige Suite: Work Song - Come Sunday - Light
Alto Saxophone – Frank WessOrchestrated By – Maurice PeressTrombone – Richard Chamberlain
18:04
2 Thee Black Kings (Les Trois Rois Noirs): King Of The Magi - King Solomon - Martin Luther King
Orchestrated By – Luther HendersonTenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – Jimmy Heath
19:11
3 New World-A-Comin' For Piano Solo And Orchestra
Clarinet – Stephen Hart Orchestrated By – Maurice PeressPiano – Sir Roland Hanna*
13:47
4 Harlem For Jazz Band And Orchestra
Bass – Ron CarterClarinet – Bill EasleyDrums – Butch MilesOrchestrated By – Luther Henderson, Maurice PeressTrumpet – Jon Faddis
15:23

Credits

  • Alto Saxophone [Additional Guest Artist] – Walt Weiskopf
  • Baritone Saxophone [Additional Guest Artist] – Joe Temperley
  • Cello [Principa Violoncello] – Eugene Moye
  • Composed By – Duke Ellington
  • Concertmaster – Robert Chausow
  • Conductor [Associate] – Paul Lustig Dunkel*
  • Conductor [Principal] – Dennis Russel Davies*
  • Conductor, Liner Notes – Maurice Peress
  • Design – John Berg
  • Engineer – Paul Goodman
  • Orchestra – American Composers Orchestra
  • Producer – Gregory K. Squires

Notes

Rcorded at RCA Studio C, June 27, 1988 Digital Recording

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0710357251122

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MHS 912335A Duke Ellington, American Composers Orchestra, Maurice Peress Duke Ellington, American Composers Orchestra, Maurice Peress - Four Symphonic Works By Duke Ellington ‎(LP, RM) Musical Heritage Society MHS 912335A US 1989
MHS 512335T Duke Ellington, American Composers Orchestra, Maurice Peress Duke Ellington, American Composers Orchestra, Maurice Peress - Four Symphonic Works By Duke Ellington ‎(CD, Album) Amreco, Inc., Musical Heritage Society MHS 512335T US 1989
7011-2-C Duke Ellington, American Composers Orchestra, Maurice Peress Duke Ellington, American Composers Orchestra, Maurice Peress - Four Symphonic Works By Duke Ellington ‎(CD, Album, Club) Musicmasters 7011-2-C US 1989
7011-2-C Duke Ellington, American Composers Orchestra, Maurice Peress Duke Ellington, American Composers Orchestra, Maurice Peress - Four Symphonic Works By Duke Ellington ‎(CD, Album) Musicmasters 7011-2-C US 1989




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