album Charles Lichter And Orchestra / D'Artega Orchestra / Szath Myri And Orchestra - A Casinha Pequinina (A Song Of Home) / Violin Concerto Theme / Ole Creole Days mp3 download

album Charles Lichter And Orchestra / D'Artega Orchestra / Szath Myri And Orchestra - A Casinha Pequinina (A Song Of Home) / Violin Concerto Theme / Ole Creole Days mp3 download

Performer: Charles Lichter And Orchestra
Album: A Casinha Pequinina (A Song Of Home) / Violin Concerto Theme / Ole Creole Days
Released: 1949
Style: Big Band, Swing
MP3 version ZIP size: 1249 mb
FLAC version ZIP size: 1213 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1500 mb
Rating: 4.1
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D'Artega & His World Famous Orchestra, D'Artega & Orchestra, D'Artega And His "Coliseum Pop Orchestra", D'Artega And The Ambassadors, D'Artega E La Sua Orchestra, D'Artega Orch. D'Artega Orchestra, D'Artega Orchestras, D'Artega's Orchestra. D'Artega Orchestra And Emile Cote Glee Club, Unknown Artist. D'Artega Orchestra And Emile Cote Glee Club, Unknown Artist - Cavalcade Of Music, Dinner Music (String Orchestra) ‎(Vinyl, 16", Transcription). Lang-Worth Feature Programs, In. Lang-Worth Feature Programs, Inc. AS-653, AS-654.

The Concerto for Violin, Piano and Orchestra, K. Anh. 56/315f by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is an unfinished work that was written in Mannheim in 1778. It was written for an Academie des Amateurs that was to take place in Mannheim. Mozart himself was to play the piano part and Ignaz Fränzl, the concertmaster of the Mannheim orchestra, was to play the solo violin part.

Concerto for Violin, Strings and Continuo in . .Orchestra L'Anello Musicale. Orchestra sinfonica di Torino della Rai, Karl .2:29 Orchestra sinfonica di Torino della Rai, Karl .9:51 Orchestra sinfonica di Torino della Rai, Karl .

Violin and orchestra. Felix Mendelssohn's Violin Concerto in E minor, Op. 64, is his last large orchestral work. It forms an important part of the violin repertoire and is one of the most popular and most frequently performed violin concertos in history. A typical performance lasts just under half an hour. Mendelssohn originally proposed the idea of the violin concerto to Ferdinand David, a close friend and then concertmaster of the Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra. Although conceived in 1838, the work took another six years to complete and was not premiered until 1845.

Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 77 is one of the best-known of all violin concertos. It follows the standard concerto form, with three movements in the pattern quick-slow-quick: Allegro non troppo (D major) Adagio (F major) Allegro giocoso, ma non troppo vivace - Poco piu presto (D major) Originally, however, the work was planned in four movements like the second piano concerto. The middle movements, one of which was intended to be a scherzo, were replaced with what Brahms called a "feeble Adagio. Brahms asked Joachim's advice on the writing of the solo violin part. The most familiar cadenzas used in the work are by Joachim, though a number of people have provided alternatives, including Leopold Auer, Max Reger, Fritz Kreisler, Jascha Heifetz, George Enescu, Nigel Kennedy and Rachel Barton Pine. A recording of the concerto released by Ruggiero Ricci has been coupled with sixteen different cadenzas.

What's even more surprising is that the incredible clarity and definition Everest achieves on the CD is equally noticeable whether listening on a car stereo or a high-end home audio system. To make things even better, Everest includes a two-sided DVD (one for DVD video players, the other for DVD audio players) that provides even more detail and (if set up properly) a spacious three-channel track. The shining star of the album is the Hindemith concerto in its world-premiere recording. The LSO's playing here is truly riveting, precise, and engaging.

Concerto for Orchestra (Bartók). The Concerto for Orchestra, Sz. 116, BB 123, is a five-movement musical work for orchestra composed by Béla Bartók in 1943. The score is inscribed "15 August – 8 October 1943". It was premiered on December 1, 1944, in Symphony Hall, Boston, by the Boston Symphony Orchestra conducted by Serge Koussevitzky.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Charles Lichter And Orchestra* A Casinha Pequinina (A Song Of Home)
Written-By – Abreu*
A2 D'Artega Orchestra* Violin Concerto Theme
Composed By – Tschaikowsky*
B1 Szath Myri And Orchestra* Ole Creole Days
Written-By – Grofe*
B2 Szath Myri And Orchestra* St. Louis Blues
Written-By – Handy*


Side A - Light "DDD" Release
Side B - Symphonic Swing "DDD" Release

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  • Matrix / Runout (Side A [Label]): J632-USS 1062
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B [Label]): J633-USS 1063
Performer: Sir Thomas Beecham Bart
Genre: Classical
Title: Violin Concerto In D Minor Op. 47 - Scènes Historiques Op.25 And Op.66
Country: US
Performer: D'Artega And His "Coliseum Pop Orchestra"
Genre: Pop / Classical
Title: Make Mine Manhattan
Country: US
Performer: Guy Lombardo And His Orchestra
Genre: Jazz / Pop
Title: Guy Lombardo Medley /
Released: 1945
Performer: The Royal Viennese Symphonic Orchestra
Genre: Classical
Title: Excerpts From Warsaw Concerto
Performer: D'Artega And His Orchestra
Genre: Latin / Pop
Title: Fire Dance
Performer: Daniel Barenboim
Genre: Classical
Title: Symphonic Concerto For Piano And Orchestra In B Minor
Released: 1972
Performer: Charles Ives
Genre: Classical
Title: Three Places In New England / Concerto For Violin And Orchestra
Released: 1953
Performer: Beethoven
Genre: Classical
Title: Violin Concerto (In D)
Country: US
Released: 1958
Performer: Wieniawski
Genre: Classical
Title: Violin Concerto No.2
Country: UK
Performer: Zino Francescatti
Genre: Classical
Title: Tchaikowsky: Concerto In D Major For Violin And Orchestra, Op. 35
Performer: Deanne Durbin
Genre: Pop / Screen
Title: Ave Maria / Home Sweet Home
Country: UK
Released: 1939
Performer: B. Tishchenko
Genre: Classical
Title: Concerto No. 2 For Violin And Orchestra (Violin Symphony)
Released: 1987