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|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
George Gershwin; Michael Tilson Thomas; Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra.
|Notes:||First work for piano and jazz band; 3rd, 4th, 6th, and 7th works for piano; last work for piano and orchestra, from the motion picture music for Shall we dance.
Third work reconstructed by, 4th work arr., 6th work realized by Michael Tilson Thomas.
Durations: 15:45; 7:11; 2:53; 3:44; 14:12; 1:59; 4:28; 3:00.
Also issued as analog disc (IM 39699) and cassette.
Program notes in English, French, and German (23 p.) inserted in container.
|Credits:||Produced by Steven Epstein. Control engineers: Bud Graham; Tom Geelan (solo piano). Remote technical supervisor: Hank Altman. Editors: Tom MacCluskey, Bud Graham.|
|Performer(s):||Michael Tilson Thomas, piano and conductor ; Los Angeles Philharmonic.|
|Event notes:||Recorded at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles, and RCA Studio A, New York City.|
|Description:||1 sound disc : digital, stereo. ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Contents:||Rhapsody in blue (1924) --
Preludes for piano (1926) --
Short story (1925) --
Violin piece (Gershwin melody no. 40) --
Second rhapsody for orchestra with piano (1932) --
For Lily Pons (Gershwin melody no. 79) (1933) --
Sleepless night(Gershwin melody no. 17)(1936) --
Promenade (Walking the dog) (1936).
|Other Titles:||Short story.
For Lily Pons.
Walking the dog.
1920's & the 1930's