Ferde Grofé / George Gershwin - Arturo Toscanini - Grand Canyon Suite / An American In Paris mp3 album
Title: Grand Canyon Suite / An American In Paris
Style: Neo-Romantic, Modern, Ragtime
Date of release: 1982
Size MP3: 1932 mb
Size FLAC: 1215 mb
Format: MP2 MP1 ADX XM FLAC DXD AAC
An American In Paris. Composed By – Gershwin. Conductor – Arturo Toscanini. Orchestra – NBC Symphony Orchestra, The. Grand Canyon Suite recorded September 11, 1945 - CarnegieHall - An American In Paris recorded May 18, 1945 - Studio 8-h. Other Versions (2 of 2) View All.
Arturo Toscanini ~ American In Paris. This is American music as only Arturo Toscanini and the NBC Symphony Orchestra could play it. The sound is not up to modern standards (of course) but is quite acceptable and enjoyable. Modern noise removal techniques have rescued many older recordings and brought them back to "the land of the living. Toscanini had long been encouraged to conduct the major orchestral works of George Gershwin, but it wasn't until 1942 that Toscanini finally conducted "Rhapsody in Blue" in a broadcast concert that featured Earl Wild as pianist and Benny Goodman as clarinetist. Toscanini also conducted broadcast performances of "Concerto in F" (with Oscar Levant as the pianist) and "An American in Paris. This led to a 1945 studio recording of the symphonic poem that commemorated Gershwin's visit to Paris in 1928.
Arturo Toscanini, NBC Symphony Orchestra, Джордж Гершвин. Джордж Гершвин, NBC Symphony Orchestra, Arturo Toscanini - An American in Paris 15:48. NBC Symphony Orchestra, Arturo Toscanini - I. Sunrise 05:06. NBC Symphony Orchestra, Arturo Toscanini - II. Painted Desert 06:13. NBC Symphony Orchestra, Arturo Toscanini - III. On the Trail 07:19. NBC Symphony Orchestra, Arturo Toscanini - IV.
Gerard Schwarz, Charles Butler, Seattle Symphony Orchestra. George Gershwin: An American in Paris; Ferde Grofé: Grand Canyon Suite. Charles Butler, Seattle Symphony Orchestra, Gerard Schwarz.
The Grand Canyon Suite is a suite for orchestra by Ferde Grofé, composed between 1929 and 1931. It was initially titled Five Pictures of the Grand Canyon. It consists of five movements, each an evocation in tone of a particular scene typical of the Grand Canyon. Paul Whiteman and his orchestra gave the first public performance of the work, in concert at the Studebaker Theatre in Chicago on November 22, 1931