℗ 1958 2013 Countdown Media, a division of BMG Rights Management (US)
Released January 27, 2019
Duration 32m 37s
Genre Classical
 

Stravinsky: Ebony Concerto & Symphony in 3 Movements (Transferred from the Original Everest Records Master Tapes)

Woody Herman And His Orchestra, London Symphony Orchestra, Sir Eugene Goossens

Available in MQA and 192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit AIFF, FLAC high resolution audio formats
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Ebony Concerto  
1.1
I. Moderato
Igor Stravinsky; Woody Herman and his Orchestra
3:28
1.2
II. Andante
Igor Stravinsky; Woody Herman and his Orchestra
2:07
1.3
III. Moderato
Igor Stravinsky; Woody Herman and his Orchestra
3:37
Symphony in 3 Movements  
1.4
I. Overture. Allegro
Igor Stravinsky; London Symphony Orchestra; Sir Eugene Goossens
10:23
Symphony in 3 movements  
1.5
II. Andante
Igor Stravinsky; London Symphony Orchestra; Sir Eugene Goossens
6:23
1.6
III. Con moto
Igor Stravinsky; London Symphony Orchestra; Sir Eugene Goossens
6:39
Digital Booklet
Woody Herman And His Orchestra join the London Symphony Orchestra lead by Sir Eugene Goossens on this programme of works by Stravinsky, transferred from the Original Everest Records Master Tapes by Countdown Media! Igor Stravinsky wrote the Ebony Concerto in 1945 (finishing the score on December 1) for the Woody Herman band known as the First Herd. It is one in a series of compositions commissioned by the bandleader/clarinetist featuring solo clarinet, and the score is dedicated to him. It was first performed on March 25, 1946 in Carnegie Hall in New York City, by Woody Herman's Band, conducted by Walter Hendl. Stravinsky wrote the Symphony in Three Movements from 1942–45 on commission by the Philharmonic Symphony Society of New York. It was premièred by the New York Philharmonic Orchestra under Stravinsky on January 24, 1946. The Symphony in Three Movements is considered as Stravinsky's first major composition after emigrating to the United States. It uses material written by Stravinsky for aborted film projects.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Everest Studio Masters

Tracks 1-6 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source; 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 192 kHz / 24-bit
Track titlePeak (dB FS)RMS (dB FS)DR
Album average
Range of values
-2.63
-6.98 to -0.32
-24.08
-32.93 to -20.87
13
12 to 15
1
I. Moderato
-1.91-21.2812
2
II. Andante
-5.44-24.9212
3
III. Moderato
-0.38-21.5813
4
I. Overture. Allegro
-0.32-22.8712
5
II. Andante
-6.98-32.9315
6
III. Con moto
-0.78-20.8712

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