|01||First Radio Movement: Moderato - Allegro|
|02||Second Radio Movement: Andante Part 1|
|03||Second Radio Movement: Andante Conclusion|
|04||Third Radio Movement: Vivace - Presto|
First Radio Movement: Moderato - Allegro. 02. Second Radio Movement: Andante Part 1. 03. Second Radio Movement: Andante Conclusion. 04. Third Radio Movement: Vivace - Presto. Composed By, Arranged By, Directed By – Blues (2). Notes. Ocioso & The Radio Philharmonic Orchestra, Concerto For Radio And Orchestra.
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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.
Although a concerto is usually a piece of music for one or more solo instruments accompanied by a full orchestra, several composers have written works with the apparently contradictory title Concerto for Orchestra. This title is usually chosen to emphasise soloistic and virtuosic treatment of various individual instruments or sections in the orchestra, with emphasis on instruments changing during the piece.
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The strength of an orchestra working with the power of a rock band. Deep Purple were the first band to integrate rock music with classical. The idea came from Jon Lord, Deep Purple's keyboardist. The band have the muscle to avoid being buried by orchestration, yet manage to join forces with the orchestra. Track 1: Hush - Perhaps a better version than the one we always hear on the radio, with Ian Gillan's incredible vocal delivery. Sounding almost like early Elvis at times. Track 2: Wring that Neck - A smoking instrumental with room to play for guitarist Ritchie Blackmore and keyboardist Jon Lord. I must also mention the solid rhythm section of Roger Glover on bass and Ian Paice on drums, they just drive this piece along. The Concerto for Group and Orchestra was and is an excellent idea from JON LORD, he is a true hero.
Hugh Wolff, Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra, Hilary Hahn I. Allegro molto appassionato from Concerto in E minor for Violin and Orchestra, Op. 64. 12:00. Hilary Hahn II. Scherzo. Erica Morini, Artur Rodzinski & The Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra Of London, Violin Violin Concerto In D Major, Op. 77 - Second Movement Adagio. Xue- Wei, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Jane Glover Third movement Rondo (Presto). Xue- Wei, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Jane Glover Fifth movement Var. II (L'istesso tempo).
Concerto for Group and Orchestra’. Jon Lord of Deep Purple was inspired to write Concerto for Group and Orchestra in 1969 after hearing the Dave Brubeck Quartet perform with the New York Philharmonic. With lyrics by Ian Gillan, the concerto would be the first that featured a rock band performing in concert with a full orchestra. The expense of the orchestra almost bankrupted the tour and it was let go after 15 shows. But one monumental concert, released as a film and live album, was recorded on August 26, 1977 at Montreal’s Olympic Stadium.