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The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra - Moonlight And Violins FLAC album


Performer: The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra
Genre: Pop music / Classical music
Title: Moonlight And Violins
Country: Canada
Released: 1955
FLAC version ZIP size: 1389 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1944 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1743 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 158
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Moonlight symphony orchestra. What’s on. Isolda Composition Foundation. Announcing the winning Commission for the Moonlight Symphony Orchestra Composers’s Competition 2018/2019. We are thrilled to announce the that three young composers that were under the mentorship of Professor Philip Cashian (The Royal Academy of Music) as part of the Isolda Composition Foundation Program will take up an exciting and unique commission this season in collaboration with Moonlight Symphony Orchestra. Joseph Howard Composer. Joseph Howard is a London-based composer originally from North Yorkshire

The Moonlight Sonata by Beethoven arranged for Piano & Orchestra! This is the world premiere of the first ever known version of the Moonlight sonata for pian. This is the world premiere of the first ever known version of the Moonlight sonata for piano and symphony orchestra. While the piano part remains the same as the original, the orchestra adds colors to the overall mood, so the piece sounds even more deep, relaxing and magical. I really hope you really like and enjoy this music! You are now listening to the 1st movement of the Moonlight sonata.

T 534. The Pittsburgh. Moonlight And Violins. Symphony Orchestra (LP, Album, Mono). L 534. Symphony Orchestra (10", Album, Mono).

One of today’s preeminent violinists, Gil Shaham joins Music Director Manfred Honeck and your Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra for our annual Gala concert featuring Sarasate’s dazzling Carmen Fantasy, charming Kreisler showpieces, and evocative night music including Debussy’s beloved Clair de lune, Prokofiev’s "Masks" from Romeo and Juliet and more! For information about or tickets for the Moonlight Masquerade Soiree, please visit here. The evening will feature a silent auction benefitting the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra.

3. Happy Holidays from the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra.

Bill Evans Trio with Symphony Orchestra is an album by American jazz pianist Bill Evans and his trio, released in 1966. The group is accompanied by an orchestra arranged and conducted by Claus Ogerman. one of Bill Evans' least significant recordings, a weak third stream effort.

The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, which was founded in 1895, ranks among the most storied American orchestras. Its ascent into the top tier was achieved in the 1930s under the leadership of Otto Klemperer and Fritz Reiner, who helmed the PSO as Guest Conductor and Principal Conductor, respectively. During Reiner’s tenure (1938–48), the musicians also made their first foreign tour and became especially active on the recording front.

The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra (PSO) is an American symphony orchestra, based at Heinz Hall in the Cultural District of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Since 2005, this PSO has formally been lacking a single music director. During this current period, a new collective bargaining agreement was in effect, which gave the musicians increased authority over matters of running the orchestra such as the hiring of musicians and choice of repertoire.

Tracklist

A1 Come Rain Or Come Shine
A2 Speak Low
A3 The Piccolino
A4 Over The Rainbow
A5 Poinciana
A6 It Could Happen To You
B1 September Song
B2 Polka Dots And Moonbeams
B3 I Love Louisa
B4 Love For Sale
B5 Snowfall
B6 The Waltz In Swing Time

Notes

Members of The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra conducted by Richard Jones.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
L 534 The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra Moonlight And Violins ‎(10", Album, Mono) Capitol Records L 534 Canada Unknown
L534, L-534 The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra Moonlight And Violins ‎(10", Album) Capitol Records, Capitol Records L534, L-534 US Unknown