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8 thoughts on “ Parte Prima - George Gershwin - Rhapsody In Blue (Vinyl)

  1. The Rhapsody was performed in the jazz-band version (orchestrated by Paul Whiteman), while the Concerto was in Gershwin’s original symphonic orchestration. Completing the well-filled album (over 73 minutes) are the symphonic suite Catfish Row – derived from Gershwin’s opera Porgy and Bess – and Gershwin’s earliest significant work.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of George Gershwin's Immortal Rhapsody In Blue / Joseph Kuhn's Symphony For Blues on Discogs/5(12).
  3. Dec 23,  · Not the best high resolution recording, but if you are a Gershwin fan you should look for the Piano Roll recordings of Rhapsody in Blue with Gershwin himself on piano and backed by the Columbia Jazz Orchestra with Michael Tilson Thomas conducting.
  4. George Gershwin Leonard Bernstein – Columbia Symphony Orchestra / The New York Philharmonic Orchestra - Rhapsody In Blue / An American In Paris ‎ (LP) CBS, CBS S, MS /5(13).
  5. Product Notes Earl Wild's bravura performance of George Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue was originally released with An American in Paris, and both works received dynamic and colorful interpretations from Arthur Fiedler and the Boston Pops. After several reissues in .
  6. - Gershwin, George / RHAPSODY IN BLUE, PIANO, ORCHESTRA ; - Gershwin, George / RHAPSODY IN BLUE (FOUR HANDS) - Gershwin, George / RHAPSODY IN BLUE (FOUR HANDS) - Gershwin, George / RHAPSODY IN BLUE, PIANO, ORCHESTRA ; Notes. Score Dimensions: 11" x 14". Score: Cut made by Leonard Bernstein from rehearsal A to rehearsal 6; at.
  7. In January , Gershwin reportedly learned from a newspaper article that he was meant to be writing a ‘jazz concerto’ for a programme of new American music to be given by the popular dance band leader Paul Whiteman a month later. Writing at manic pace, Gershwin composed a two piano version, which was then orchestrated by Whiteman’s arranger. Rhapsody in Blue, with Gershwin as soloist.

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