Rhapsody in Blue for Piano and Orchestra (1924),  (Gershwin)

George Gershwin (1898–1937)


Rhapsody in Blue for Piano and Orchestra (1924)

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Molto moderato - Moderato assai - Meno mosso e poco scherzando - Andantino moderato con espressione

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Recorded in Toronto (Ontario), Canada, March 1987.
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Landmark. 1976
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Recording: Studio No. 1, Abbey Road, London (England), May 1988.
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The Pro Musica Symphony Orchestra of Hamburg, Taken from a LP released by MGM Records in 1955.
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Taken from a LP released by COLUMBIA RECORD CLUB (USA) in 1966.
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Stanley BLACK (conductor). Taken from a LP released by LONDON Records (Canada) in 1966.
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1983
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Orquesta Nacional de Catalunya, Ernest Mart?nez Izquierdo, 2005.
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Stefano Bollani, piano Gewandhausorchester Leipzig, 2010
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The Cleveland Orchestra, con. Lorin Maazel, 7/1974
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FOR PIANO SOLO. Recorded in 1992.
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Arranged by Timofey Dokshitser, Bolshoi Theater Orchestra, conducted by Alexander Lazarev
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Dir. Alexander Dmitriev, Symphony Orchestra of the USSR Ministry of Culture
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Recorded: January 4, 1967, Philadelphia. Orchestrated - Ferde Grofé.
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Besançon 1987
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Transcription for solo piano by Jack Gibbons
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NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC, ZUBIN METHA (conductor). Recorded in New York City (USA), March 7, 1979.
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Richmond County Orchestra
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2013
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January 8, 2016, San Diego
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Recorded at Studio 12, Radio-Canada, Montreal (Quebec), Canada, 2007.
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PIANO SOLO VERSION (arr. Himy) (recently restored version from original manuscript). Recorded in Brussels (Belgium), January 2002.
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SOLOIST AND CONDUCTOR: JOSÉ ITURBI. Exactly as broadcast on CBS Radio from the Hollywood Bowl, September 6, 1937.
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Hugo Winterhalter and his Orchestra. Recorded by RCA VICTOR in New York City (USA), April 3, 1953.
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Freddie Kempf (piano) and the Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Andrew Lytton. 2011 Aug
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Moscow, Great Hall of the Conservatory, December 31, 2022
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for two Pianos. 1980, Paris
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The Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy
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1993
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The Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra, Oscar Dannon (conductor). Taken from a RCA VICTOR (Reader`s Digest) LP recorded at Walthamtow Town, London (England), February 1962.
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Berlin Symphony Orchestra, Samuel Adler (conductor). Released in 1973.
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Freddy Kempf - piano / Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra / BIS / 2012
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Recorded in Saint-Eustache, Montréal (Québec), Canada, July 7-8, 1988.
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Entry - October 7, 2012, New York.
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2000
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Rhapsody in Blue. Cecile Ousset - piano. Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra, conductor Neville Marriner.
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1963
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Taken from a LP released by CAPITOL (USA) in 1950.
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Taken from a LP released by CAPITOL Records (USA) in 1956.
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1984, Pittsburgh
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Gerhard Puchelt - piano. RIAS Symphonie-Orchester. ond. S.Celibidache. Berlin, 20.10.1948.
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The Vienna Symphony Orchestra, Dean Dixon (conductor). Taken from a LP released by OLYMPIC RECORDS (USA) in 1974.
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Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra (cond. Ferde Grofé
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New York Philharmonic Kurt Masur
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Philharmonie, Essen, 12 November 2011, live.
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CSR SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA (BRATISLAVA), Richard HAYMAN (conductor). Recorded in Studio 1 of the Czechoslovak Radio in Bratislava, June 1989.
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St. Louis Symphony - Leonard Slatkin conductor
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David Greilsammer, Piano Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France Steven Sloane , Direction Paris 2009
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1976 - Includes George Gershwin from the piano roll 1925 - Columbia Jazz Band
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NBC Symphony Orchestra, Earl Wild piano, Benny Goodman clarinet
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Live - 1 November 1942
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CINCINNATI POPS ORCHESTRA, Erich KUNZELL (conductor). Recorded in Music Hall, Cincinnati (Ohio), USA, September 17, 1984.
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State Orchestra of the USSR, conductor Gennady Rozhdestvensky
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2017, concert recording, Camerana Salzburg Orchestra.
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BOSTON-POPS, cond. Arthur Fiedler
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Paul Whiteman and Orchestra and Chorus, 1945
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Arturo Toscanini with NBC Symphony Orch. / Earl Wild, piano, Benny Goodman, clarinet (1942)
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