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Greensleeves - The Philadelphia Orchestra Conducted By Eugene Ormandy - Orchestral Showpieces (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Shakabei says:
    Eugene Ormandy, The Philadelphia Orchestra Eugene Ormandy, The Philadelphia Orchestra - Greensleeves ‎ (Reel, 4tr Stereo, 7" Reel) Columbia/5(8).
  2. Tygoramar says:
    Musicians of the Philadelphia Orchestra. This website has two listings of musicians of the great Philadelphia Orchestra: A listing of the Principal Musicians of the Philadelphia Orchestra with short biographical notes and photographs. To go to this list of the Principal BSO musicians, click: Principal Musicians of the Philadelphia Orchestra.
  3. Kegar says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Greensleeves on Discogs. Label: CBS - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: UK • Genre: Pop, Classical • Eugene Ormandy, The Philadelphia Orchestra - Greensleeves (, Vinyl) | Discogs.
  4. Tojarg says:
    Eugene Ormandy / Philadelphia Orchestra Orchestral Showpieces (0 VG+/VG+ UK Cbs LP - Super Stereo Issue 10 Track (ss).
  5. Mizil says:
    This work provides detailed annotations of Eugene Ormandy's scores with regard to his extensive alterations, particularly his modifications to orchestration, significant adaptations to dynamics, cuts and specific bowings. The goal is to give a glimpse into the making of The Philadelphia Sound, or more appropriately, the Ormandy Sound.
  6. Akinokazahn says:
    Under Ormandy, the Philadelphia Orchestra was known for its sonorous tone and its interpretation of the repertoire of French, German, and Russian music of the post-Romantic and early modern eras. Ormandy conducted world premieres of Béla Bartók’s Third Piano Concerto and Anton Webern’s Three Pieces for Orchestra.
  7. Mugis says:
    The Philadelphia Orchestra: An Annotated Discography. By Richard A. Kaplan. ten discs conducted by Eugene Ormandy in Columbia's initial release of longplaying records in , Columbia's first stereo orchestral release in (Ormandy conducting Respighi's Pines and Fountains of Rome), and RCA's first digital orchestral recording (Ormandy.
  8. Tamuro says:
    In Eugene Ormandy and the Philadelphia Orchestra left Columbia Masterworks, after an association that lasted more than twenty years, to sign with RCA Red Seal. For the most part, the RCA Philadelphia recordings of the late sixties and seventies were remakes of works they made in mono and stereo for Columbia.5/5(7).

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