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Paul Chihara, Vaughan Williams, Debussy - Leopold Stokowski, Gerhard Samuel, The American Symphony Orchestra, Jeffrey Solow - Wind Song / Overture To The Wasps / Children's Corner Suite mp3 flac

Paul Chihara, Vaughan Williams, Debussy - Leopold Stokowski, Gerhard Samuel, The American Symphony Orchestra, Jeffrey Solow - Wind Song / Overture To The Wasps / Children's Corner Suite mp3 flac

Performer: Paul Chihara
Title: Wind Song / Overture To The Wasps / Children's Corner Suite
Style: Modern, Impressionist
Released: 1974
Country: US
Size MP3 version: 1553 mb
Size FLAC version: 1312 mb
Size WMA version: 1995 mb
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Paul Chihara, Vaughan Williams, Debussy - Leopold Stokowski, Gerhard Samuel, The American Symphony Orchestra, Jeffrey Solow - Wind Song / Overture To The Wasps / Children's Corner Suite mp3 flac


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Paul Chihara, Vaughan Williams, Debussy - Leopold Stokowski, Gerhard Samuel, The American Symphony Orchestra, Jeffrey Solow ‎– Wind Song, Overture To The Wasps, Children's Corner Suite. Label: Everest ‎– 3327, Everest ‎– SDBR 3327. The conductor and orchestra for the second work, track B1, "Overture to The Wasps," by Ralph Vaughan-Williams, is not stated. The ASO is given top billing for the recording as a whole. org/Stokowski Discography 1941-1959. This source identifies "RCA WDM 1327 (45 RPM)" as Stokowski conducting "his Symphony Orchestra, recorded at the Manhattan Center, New York City on March 2 and 30, 1949.

Album · 2002 · 19 Songs. Wind Song: Con fantasia. Gerhard Samuel, American Symphony Orchestra & Jeffrey Solow. 19 Songs, 1 Hour 1 Minute. Released: 1 Jan 2002. More By American Symphony Orchestra.

Leon Botstein is the orchestra's music director and principal conductor. They perform regularly at Carnegie Hall and Symphony Space in New York City. Its concertmaster is Erica Kiesewetter.

Cello – Jeffrey SolowComposed By – Chihara Conductor – Gerhard SamuelOrchestra – American Symphony Orchestra. B1. Overture To "The Wasps". Composed By – Vaughan Williams Conductor – Leopold StokowskiOrchestra – Stadium Symphony Orchestra. Excerpts From "The Children's Corner Suite". Composed By – Debussy Conductor – Leopold StokowskiOrchestra – Stadium Symphony Orchestra.

American Symphony Orchestra. Amherst Saxophone Quartet. Ensemble, Primary Artist. Conductor, Primary Artist, Producer. Cello, Primary Artist.

Excerpts From "The Children's Corner Suite" Composed By – Debussy Conductor – Leopold StokowskiOrchestra – Stadium Symphony Orchestra B2 B3 B4. Windsong For Cello & Orchestra. Cello – Jeffrey SolowComposed By – Chihara Conductor Gerhard SamuelOrchestra – American Symphony. Overture To "The Wasps" Composed By – Vaughan Williams Conductor – Leopold StokowskiOrchestra – Stadium Symphony Orchestra. Jimbo's Lullaby Little Shepherd Golliwog's Cakewalk. SDBR 3327 Samuel, The. Orchestra, Jeffrey Solow -. American Symphony Wind Song, Overture To. Orchestra, Jeffrey The Wasps, Children's. Corner Suite (LP, Comp, RE, RM, Sid).

RALPH VAUGHAN WILLIAMS The Wasps-Aristophanic Suite: Overture. Entr’acte, molto moderato. And here, after some delay, is the answer to my wish, proving to be quite as remarkable as one might expect: just try the overture to Vaughan Williams’ The Wasps or the finale to the Enigma Variations to see what the SACD medium is capable of in the hands of a company that is fully aware of its capabilities.

Leopold Stokowski & His Symphony Orchestra Vaughan Williams: Evolution (Part 1). 4:50. Leopold Stokowski & His Symphony Orchestra Farberman: Gavotte From "Suite For Win. :08. Leopold Stokowski Symphony Orchestra

Leopold Stokowski, The Philadelphia Orchestra - The Nutcracker Suite, Pt. 1: Dance of the Sugar Plum. The Nutcracker Suite performed by the Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Leopold Stokowski Scott Musil в 2015.

The Vaughan Williams Sixth Symphony comes from a Carnegie Hall performance given on January 27, 1949, a little more than five months following the . Premiere by Serge Koussevitzky and the Boston Symphony. Leopold Stokowski performance goes deep into the score and, comparing this performance to the one by Sir Adrian Boult, Stokowski is faster but adheres closer to the to the tempos indicated by the composer. The faster tempi works especially well in the Epilogue for me, giving the movement more coherence.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Windsong For Cello & Orchestra
Cello – Jeffrey SolowComposed By – Chihara*Conductor – Gerhard SamuelOrchestra – American Symphony Orchestra*
15:41
B1 Overture To "The Wasps"
Composed By – Vaughn Williams*Conductor – Leopold StokowskiOrchestra – Stadium Symphony Orchestra*
10:25
Excerpts From "The Children's Corner Suite"
Composed By – Debussy*Conductor – Leopold StokowskiOrchestra – Stadium Symphony Orchestra*Orchestrated By – André Caplet
B2 Jimbo's Lullaby 4:37
B3 Little Shepherd 3:02
B4 Golliwog's Cakewalk 3:07

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Belock Studios
  • Record Company – Belock Instrument Corporation
  • Record Company – Everest Records
  • Mastered At – Bell Sound Studios
  • Pressed By – Allentown Record Co. Inc.

Credits

  • Engineer [Recording] – Doug Botnick, Joe Jorgensen
  • Mastered By – Joe Brescio
  • Sleeve Notes – Sheila Keats

Notes

Matrix-run-out data distinguishes this release from a very similar reissue from 1978. Further research identifies many specific characteristics, documented here (see also Submission Notes) that may or may not apply to the 1978 reissue.

"Bellsound + Bre (looks like SRE)" is the signature of Joe Brescio:
Joe Brescio

The 1974 release date is derived from the date portion of this matrix sequence included in Bell Sound masters.

"ARC" identifies Allentown Record Company inc. as the pressing facility for this release, as described at:

https://www.localhost/help/forums/topic/324904
and
https://www.localhost/lists/US-Record-Pressing-Plants/213755
(#23)

A COMPILATION?

The original source(s) of these performances is a fascinating study.

The first work, track A, "Wind Song," is a new composition by Paul Chihara, first performed in 1972, with Gerhard Samuel conducting the America Symphony Orchestra. This establishes an earliest-possible release date.

The conductor and orchestra for the second work, track B1, "Overture to The Wasps," by Ralph Vaughan-Williams, is not stated. The ASO is given top billing for the recording as a whole. "Vaughan Williams" is mis-spelled in several references, omitting the second "a" in "Vaughan."

The last work, tracks B2-B4, are three movements of "Children's Corner Suite," by Claude Debussy. Other sources identify the arranger/orchestrator of these piano works as Andre Caplet .

The front and back covers state:

"Leopold Stokowski and Gerhard Samuel conducting the America Symphony Orch.," but the back cover track credits directly contradict this, stating, "Leopold Stokowski conducting the Stadium Symphony Orchestra."

Only one recording of Stokowski performing the Children's Corner Suite is documented in most sources:
http://www.stokowski.org/Stokowski_Discography_1941-1959.htm

This source identifies "RCA WDM 1327 (45 RPM)" as Stokowski conducting "his Symphony Orchestra, recorded at the Manhattan Center, New York City on March 2 and 30, 1949. This sources cites many re-issues, but Everest SDBR 3327 is not among them:

RCA Victor 10-1488, 10-1489, 10-1490 in album DM-1327

RCA Victor LM-9023
Leopold Stokowski And His Symphony Orchestra - Tchaikovsky Nutcracker Suite, Op. 71A and Debussy Children's Corner Suite

RCA Victor LM-9
Debussy*, Leopold Stokowski - The Children's Corner Suite

RCA Red Seal ANL1-2604 electronic stereo digital remaster with 1950 Nutcracker
Tchaikovsky*, Debussy*, Leopold Stokowski And His Symphony Orchestra - Nutcracker Suite, Op. 71A And Children's Corner Suite

RCA Victor WDM 1327

RCA France A 95 235 Artistique The Little Shepherd only with L'Arlésienne Suite no 1: Adagietto and Bach-Stokowski 'Siciliano' from Sonata for Violin and Clavier BWV 1017 and 'Sarabande' from Partita no 1 in B minor BWV 1002

(CD) Cala Records CACD 0548
https://www.calarecords.com/acatalog/The_Art_of_Stokowski.html

(CD) Bearac Reissues CD BRC 2950
http://www.classicalcdreview.com/LSS.html

The identity of the orchestra is also a mismatch. In the home page preamble of the Discography source, the contributor indicates that "Stadium Symphony Orchestra" is a pseudonym for the New York Philharmonic. This is confirmed by Discogs:
The Stadium Symphony Orchestra Of New York

A third fact further disqualifies this family of releases as the possible source. The timings given for LM-9023 are markedly-different from those provided for two of the three movements on Everest 3327:

Jimbo's Lullaby: 3:06 on RCA LM-9023 there; 4:37 on Everest 3327.
Golliwog's Cakewalk: 2:55 on RCA LM-9023; 3:07 on Everest 3327.

______________________________________________________________
In contrast to the 1949 recording, we are looking for a different (later?) performance and recording by Stokowski conducting a different orchestra. Here is a release that fits the bill:

http://www.arkivmusic.com/classical/album.jsp?album_id=17683&album_group=14

The data for this release closely matches all known data for Everest 3327, and confirms that the "Stadium Symphony Orchestra New York" is a pseudonym for the New York Philharmonic. The timings for the three Debussy movements differ by only 2-3 seconds from the Everest timings.

This recording was first released in 1961, recorded at "Belock Recording Studio, Bayside, NY," and confirms that the "Stadium Symphony Orchestra New York" is a pseudonym for the New York Philharmonic, closely matching all known data for this Everest release.

Since Belock Instrument Corporation was the parent of the Everest label from 1958 to 1960, this provides strong evidence to identify this Everest release as a combination of elements from the 1961 release as Side B supporting the 1972 new composition as Side A.
Belock Instrument Corporation
Belock Recording

Further searching establishes as fact that Stokowski did record the Debussy again with this orchestra, including the Vaughan Williams. The proof is found in the following scholarly Archive, cited on page 44 of the Finding Aid (MS Coll 1169):

http://dla.library.upenn.edu/cocoon/dla/pacscl/ead.pdf?id=PACSCL_UPENN_RBML_PUSpMsColl1169

Leopold Stokowski sound recordings, 1912-1982 (bulk 1930-1977), Ms. Coll. 1169, Kislak Center for
Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts, University of Pennsylvania

This entry identifies the following repertoire as having been preserved on a 7-inch reel-to-reel recording (Box 5, Item 2):

Stadium Symphony Orchestra (Prokofiev "Peter and the Wolf;" Vaughan
Williams "Wasps Overture;" Debussy "Children's Corner Suite;" Bach
"Aria;" Gluck "Reigen seliger Geister;" Purcell "Hornpipe;" Boccherini
"Minuet;" Turina "La Oracion del torero;" Tchaikovsky "Andante
Cantabile;" and Berger "Rondino Giocoso"); Stokowski Number: 4M,
undated.

The date of this recording, and its usage as a source by Belock/Everest, are not yet proven directly, but the high correspondence of known characteristics makes it nearly-certain that this recording is the source for Side B of Everest 3327. Documentation of this has not yet been added to the Stokowski Discographies cited above.

As a conclusion, Stowkowski and the "Stadium Symphony" are credited with track A1.

The recording venue for Side A is not stated, but the premiere performance was with these performers on February 2, 1972,
at New York's Town Hall. Since new compositions often receive no further recordings whatsoever, it is probable that either the source is a recording of the premiere, or that it was recorded in the same venue within weeks of the premiere.

This compilation combines a newly-recorded world-premiere work (not a reissue) with a remastered re-issue of a recording circa 1959-1961. The Bell Sound mastering credits indicate that the earlier recording was remastered for this release.

While "Joe Jorgensen" is clearly identified as one of the Recording Engineers, it is by no means certain that this is the same identity cited in Discogs. The career of that individual began in the early 1970's but has continued into the present, and includes no other classical releases. It may be best to identify this individual as Joe Jorgensen , despite the fact that both were/are recording engineers. Similarly, the Doug Botnick in Discogs began his carer in the mid-1970's and has only 2 other classical releases to his credit. Neither individual could have been responsible for the 1959-1961 Stokowski recording session.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched (& stamped); last initials look like "Sre" or "8ve"): ARC 10 31 74 SD-3327-A Bell Sound ... Bre
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, etched (& stamped); last initials look like "Sre" or "8ve"): ARC 10 31 74 SD-3327-B Bell Sound ... Bre
  • Other (Side A Label): SDBR 3327-A
  • Other (Side B Label): SDBR 3327-B

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
3327, SDBR 3327 Paul Chihara, Vaughan Williams*, Debussy* - Leopold Stokowski, Gerhard Samuel, The American Symphony Orchestra, Jeffrey Solow Paul Chihara, Vaughan Williams*, Debussy* - Leopold Stokowski, Gerhard Samuel, The American Symphony Orchestra, Jeffrey Solow - Wind Song / Overture To The Wasps / Children's Corner Suite ‎(LP, Comp) Everest, Everest 3327, SDBR 3327 US Unknown