Jon Lord Concerto For Group And Orchestra (2012)

Jon Lord - Concerto For Group And Orchestra (2012) [DVD 5.1]  Music

Posted by Andi_Deris at Nov. 25, 2012
Jon Lord - Concerto For Group And Orchestra (2012) [DVD 5.1]

Jon Lord - Concerto For Group And Orchestra (2012)
DVD5 | Video: ISO | PAL 16:9 (720x576) | Audio: PCM, 2 ch, Dolby AC3, 6 ch | 1.2 Gb | Scans | 156 Mb | Time: 46:47
earMusic | 0208184ERE
Symphonic Progressive Rock

2012 edition of this Jon Lord's work already recorded a couple of times with Deep Purple. Now The Royal Philarmonic Orchestra has been replaced by The Royal Liverpool Symphony Orchestra. This edition comes with a DVD with a Dolby 5.1 mix of the record. No video, only audio while the cover of the album is shown.

Jon Lord - Concerto For Group And Orchestra (2012)  Music

Posted by Andi_Deris at Oct. 12, 2012
Jon Lord - Concerto For Group And Orchestra (2012)

Jon Lord - Concerto For Group And Orchestra (2012)
EAC Rip | FLAC: Image+Cue+Log | 258 Mb | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 118 Mb | Scans | 84 Mb | Time: 46:50
Eagle Records | ER202872
Symphonic Progressive Rock

Jon Lord recorded the marvellous rhythm section - Guy Pratt (Pink Floyd, Madonna) & Brett Morgan (Jon Anderson, Sting) and the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra (with whom Jon had recorded twice before) in June 2011 in Liverpool - conducted by Paul Mann. The production then moved to Abbey Road Studios in London to record Iron Maiden‘s Bruce Dickinson (on vocals with Steve Balsamo and Kasia Laska) and Joe Bonamassa, Darin Vasilev and Steve Morse on guitars.
Deep Purple - Concerto For Group And Orchestra (1969/2012) [Official Digital Download 24/192]

Deep Purple - Concerto For Group And Orchestra (1969/2012)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/192 kHz | Time - 53:49 minutes | 1,97 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover

Deep Purple, one of the pioneers of hard rock, integrated classical elements into their 1970 masterpiece Concerto For Group And Orchestra. Each movement is an innovative display of raw orchestral power blended with an exhilarating rock band. The work composed by keyboardist Jon Lord found the band joined by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. This undeniable masterwork will have listeners at the edge of their seats.
Deep Purple & The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - Concerto For Group And Orchestra (1969/2002)

Deep Purple & The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - Concerto For Group And Orchestra (1969) [Reissue 2002]
PS3 Rip | 2x SACD ISO | DST64 2.0 & 5.1 > 1-bit/2.8224 MHz | 112:49 minutes | Scans included | 8,6 GB
or FLAC(converted with foobar2000 to tracks) 24bit/88,2 kHz | Full Scans included | 2,28 GB
Deep Purple - Concerto for Group and Orchestra (1969) [Japan 1st Release] (ReUpload)

Deep Purple - Concerto for Group and Orchestra (1969)
[Japan 1st Release]

EAC: ape (image) + cue + log | RAR, 3%, 287,08 MB | mp3, 320 kbps | RAR, 3%, 126,02 MB
Full Scans, 300/600 dpi | RAR, 3%, 33,06/135,06 MB
Label: Warner Bros. | Cat №: WPCP-4016

The "Concerto for Group and Orchestra" is a concerto composed by Jon Lord, with lyrics written by Ian Gillan. It was first performed by Deep Purple and The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Malcolm Arnold on 24 September 1969 and released on vinyl in December 1969. The release was the first Deep Purple album to feature Ian Gillan on vocals and Roger Glover on bass.
After the score was lost in 1970, it was performed again in 1999 with a recreated score. The 1969 performance was the first ever combination of rock music and a complete orchestra.
Deep Purple - Concerto For Group And Orchestra (1969) [2CD Edition, 2002]

Deep Purple - Concerto For Group And Orchestra (1969) [2CD Edition, 2002]
EAC Rip | FLAC (image+.cue+log) CD1-191 mb, CD2-317 mb | MP3 CBR 320 kbps (LAME 3.93) CD1-79 mb, CD2-135 mb | Covers - 576 MB
Genre: Hard Rock | RAR 3% Rec. | Label: EMI (07243 541006 2 8)

The Concerto for Group and Orchestra is a concerto composed by Jon Lord, with lyrics written by Ian Gillan. It was first performed by Deep Purple and The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Malcolm Arnold on 24 September 1969 and released on vinyl in December 1969. The release was the first Deep Purple album to feature Ian Gillan on vocals and Roger Glover on bass. The 2002 reissue of 1969 recording live at London's Royal Albert Hall. Here though, for your pleasure, is the original performance of the Concerto along with Deep Purple's three song set also recorded that night and the encore of the Concerto's Third Movement, released for the very first time.
Deep Purple And The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - Concerto For Group And Orchestra (1969) [1st Japan Press # WPCP-4016] RE-UP

Deep Purple & The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - Concerto For Group And Orchestra (1969)
EAC | FLAC-IMG+CUE+LOG | 53:56 min | Covers Included | 319 MB
The First Japanese pressing | Warner-Pioneer Corp. # WPCP-4016

The Concerto for Group and Orchestra is a concerto composed by Jon Lord, with lyrics written by Ian Gillan. It was first performed by Deep Purple and The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Malcolm Arnold on 24 September 1969 and released on vinyl in December 1969. The release was the first Deep Purple album to feature Ian Gillan on vocals and Roger Glover on bass. After the score was lost in 1970, it was performed again only in 1999 with a recreated score.
Philip Glass - The Concerto Project Vol. II:  Piano Concerto No. 2 & Concerto for Harpsichord and Orchestra (2006)

Philip Glass - The Concerto Project Vol. II: Piano Concerto No. 2 & Concerto for Harpsichord and Orchestra (2006)
Northwest Chamber Orchestra, Ralf Gothóni, conductor; Paul Barnes; R. Carlos Nakai; Jillon Stoppels Dupree

EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 317 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 169 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: Minimalism | Label: Orange Mountain Music | # 0030 | Time: 00:42:30

The second release in Orange Mountain Music's 'Concerto Project' series features two world premiere recordings of works by Philip Glass, performed by the Seattle-based Northwest Chamber Orchestra under Ralf Gothóni (well-known to UK audiences as Principal Conductor of the English Chamber Orchestra since 2000). Pianist Paul Barnes performs Piano Concerto No2, After Lewis and Clark written to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the explorers' journey across the American continent. A fortuitous meeting between Barnes and Glass on an airplane in 1995 eventually led to this concerto, but it was only composed after Orange Mountain Music's acclaimed 2003 release of the pianist's transcriptions of Glass operas 'The Orphee Suite'.
Susanna Yoko Henkel - Tchaikovsky Concerto for Violin and Orchestra (2010) [Official Digital Download 24bit/192kHz] RE-UP

Susanna Yoko Henkel & Duisburger Philarmoniker, Jonathan Darlington (2010)
- Tchaikovsky: Concerto for Violin and Orchestra / Williams: Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis

FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/192 kHz | Time - 51:49 minutes | 1,96 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Digital covers & booklet
Arthur Bliss - A Colour Symphony / Concerto for Violin and Orchestra (Richard Hickox, BBC National Orchestra Of Wales) [2012]

Bliss - Concerto for Violin and Orchestra & A Colour Symphony (2012)
Lydia Mordkovitch & BBC National Orchestra Of Wales, Richard Hickox

FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/96 kHz | Time - 73:40 minutes | 1,35 GB
Official Digital Download - Source: TheClassical Shop.net | Digital booklet

This release follows the recent Stanford Songs of the Sea release (CHSA 5043) from Hickox and the BBC NOW, which was ‘Recording of the Month’ in Gramophone magazine and ‘Classical CD of the Week’ in both The Times and The Daily Telegraph. In this new recording of Bliss’s Violin Concerto, Lydia Mordkovitch, famous for her readings of British music, offers her own personal interpretation of the part made famous by Alfredo Campoli, for whom the work was commissioned. Mordkovitch wonderfully conveys the romance and beauty of this concerto, as well as the fiery nature of the gypsy theme prominent in the finale. This is the only available recording of the Violin Concerto, uniquely coupling with A Colour Symphony. A Colour Symphony illustrates four heraldic colours by means of striking ideas and original orchestral effects. Hickox and the BBC NOW provide a refined and idiomatic reading, confirming this as one of Bliss’s most inventive, striking scores, neglected in recent years.