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Deep Purple & The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - Concerto For Group And Orchestra mp3

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Interprète: Deep Purple & The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Titre: Concerto For Group And Orchestra
Pays: Spain
Style: Hard Rock, Symphonic Rock, Classical
Catégorie: Rock
Classement: 4.1
Catalogue #: 1J 062-90.749
Label: Harvest

Tracklist

1Second Movement: Andante (Conclusion)
2First Movement: Moderato - Allegro
3Third Movement: Vivace - Presto
4Second Movement: Andante (Part 1)


Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
T-131Deep Purple / The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Deep Purple / The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - Concerto For Group And Orchestra ‎(LP, Album, Gat)Tetragrammaton RecordsT-131US1969
P-8093WDeep Purple & The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Malcolm Arnold Deep Purple & The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Malcolm Arnold - Concerto For Group And Orchestra ‎(LP, Album, RP, Gat)Warner Bros. RecordsP-8093WJapan1974
1C 038-15 7592 1Deep Purple & The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Deep Purple & The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - Concerto For Group And Orchestra ‎(LP, Album, RE)Harvest1C 038-15 7592 1GermanyUnknown
noneDeep Purple, The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Conducted By Malcolm Arnold Deep Purple, The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Conducted By Malcolm Arnold - Concerto ‎(2xCDr, Album, Promo)EMInoneEurope2002
SHVL 767, 1E 062○90749 Deep Purple, The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Malcolm Arnold Deep Purple, The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Malcolm Arnold - Concerto For Group And Orchestra ‎(LP, Album)Harvest, HarvestSHVL 767, 1E 062○90749 France1970


Crédits

  • Bass GuitarRoger Glover
  • Composed ByJon Lord
  • ConductorMalcolm Arnold
  • DrumsIan Paice
  • GuitarRitchie Blackmore
  • OrchestraThe Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
  • OrganJon Lord
  • Text ByIan Gillan
  • VocalsIan Gillan


Notes

"Deep Purple in Live Concert at the Royal Albert Hall"

Deep Purple: Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Gillan, Ian Paice, Roger Glover, Jon Lord.

The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Malcolm Arnold.

On back sleeve:
D. Legal B. 5.507 - 1971.
Cia Gramófono -Odeon, S.A.E.
Mod. 3.236

On inner labels:
Made in Spain. EMI-Odeon, S.A.

[Reissue from previous Spanish edition, Concerto For Group And Orchestra.
Release year printed is not real - this release is "Made by EMI-Odeon, S.A.", company created about middle 1973, so it must be a later reissue without changing Depósito Legal year, as on other submissions from this company]


Codes-barres

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A - Machine Stamped): 062 - 90749 - A // H - II
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B - Machine Stamped): 062 - 90749 - A // I - P
  • Rights Society: SGAE
  • Depósito Legal (Kept from first edition): B-5507-1971


Entreprises

  • Record Company – Compañia Del Gramofono-Odeon, S.A.E.
  • Produced For – Edwards Coletta Productions
  • Made By – EMI-Odeon, S.A.


Video


Album

Concerto For Group And Orchestra - Deep Purple, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. The Concerto for Group and Orchestra is a concerto composed by Jon Lord, with lyrics written by Ian Gillan. It was first performed by Deep Purple and The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Malcolm Arnold on 24 September 1969 and released on vinyl in December 1969. After the score was lost in 1970, it was performed again in 1999 with a recreated score. Формируйте собственную коллекция коллекцию записей Deep Purple, The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Deep Purple & The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Malcolm Arnold - Concerto For Group And Orchestra Full Album Tracklist: A1. Back in 1970, it seemed as though any British group that could was starting to utilize classical elements in their work - for some, like ELP, that meant quoting from the classics as often and loudly as possible, while for others, like Yes, it meant incorporating classical structures into their albums and songs. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash for Group and Orchestra wasis a breakthrough album on many levels. Though The Moody Blues were first associated with the combination of symphony orchestras and a guitar group, they were not remotely of the same genre as Deep Purple and the people listening to Ritchie Blackmore were not impressed with the softness of The Moodys' poetic approach to what was, nonetheless, categorized as rock & roll, purely for lack of the better term that was. to eventually follow, 'symphonic rock. 0 out of 5 stars Deep Purple in 1969: Concerto for Group and Orchestra. Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 25, 2017. Verified Purchase. Album 1968 8 Songs. Child In Time Live. Deep Purple. Concerto For Group and Orchestra - First Movement: Moderato - Allegro. Concerto For Group and Orchestra - Second Movement: Andante. Concerto For Group and Orchestra - Third Movement: Vivace - Presto. World Premiere: Royal Albert Hall, London, 24 September 1969 Deep Purple Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Ian. I search the complet score of the concerto for group and orchestra by Jon Lord for my studies and me. But i dont find this score now hereWorld Premiere: Royal Albert Hall, London, 24 September 1969 Deep Purple Ritchie Blackmore, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Ian Paice, Jon Lord Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Malcolm Arnold, conductor US Premiere: Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, California, 25 August 1970 Deep Purple Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra Lawrence Foster, conductor. But i dont find this score now here Please, help me Cordially, Mr LARUE Jean-René. PS: sorry for my english. Celso Torres-Mora says: March 23, 2015 at 5:25 pm. In 1969, for the most part, they lived at very different addresses, until the composing genius of Jon Lord brought them together in the groundbreaking Concerto For Group And Orchestra performed on 24 September 1969 by the powerful combination of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and Deep Purple. The majesty of the orchestra, conducted by the revered Sir Malcolm Arnold, dovetailed with the commanding presence of Deep Purple as they were emerging as one of Britains finest new rock forces. The album of the full 1969 show became Purples first UK chart album, peaking at No. 26 early the following year