George Gershwin & Ferde Grofe - Rhapsody In Blue Complete And Grand Canyon Suite Excerpts (LP). George Gershwin & Ferde Grofe. George Gershwin & Ferde Grofe - Rhapsody In Blue Complete And Grand Canyon Suite Excerpts (LP).
The Grand Canyon Suite is a suite for orchestra by Ferde Grofé, composed between 1929 and 1931. It was initially titled Five Pictures of the Grand Canyon. It consists of five movements, each an evocation in tone of a particular scene typical of the Grand Canyon. Paul Whiteman and his orchestra gave the first public performance of the work, in concert at the Studebaker Theatre in Chicago on November 22, 1931
Ferde Grofé: Grand Canyon Suite & Concerto for Piano and Orchestra; Gershwin: Rhapsody in Blue. Rhapsody in Blue, for piano & orchestra (orchestrated by F. Grofé). Ferde Grofé, Jesus Maria Sanroma.
Grofe, . Grand Canyon Suite - Villa-Lobos, . Bachianas Brasileiras No. 2 - Gershwin, . Cuban Overture (American Classics, Vol. 1). 0. 1. Great Performances - Gershwin: Rhapsody in Blue, An American in Paris, Piano Concerto in F. 2. Grofé: Suite Gran Cañón - Concierto para piano y orquesta. Classical, Orchestral. Grofé: Grand Canyon Suite, Extracts (Mono Version) - Single.
Full Orchestra Miniature Score. Grand Canyon Suite: Sunrise Painted Desert On the Trail Sunset Cloudburst. Full Orchestra Score. Concerto in F. By George Gershwin. The Six Brandenburg Concertos. By Johann Sebastian Bach. Full Orchestra Miniature Score.
This is an arrangement for string quintet of the 2nd piano accompaniment written by George Gershwin. The piano solo part is not included; it can be found in the score for 2 pianos by Gershwin.
The Gershwin performances were recorded at the St. George Hotel in New York City, and are subject to a few moments of very minor rumble that are indeed subway noise (again, very minor and not noticeable unless you're listening for noise rather than music). The "Suite" is from the 1963 performance at Philharmonic Hall in New York City.