THE ALL STAR PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE 200g LP
TAS Super LP List! Special Merit: Classical
Remastered! Pressed on 200g Flat Profile Virgin Vinyl at Quality Record Pressings! Remastered for Vinyl by Doug Sax!
All the bells and whistles that make for the
perfect audiophile demonstration disc. Super dynamic percussion! Lively and fun
with STUNNING sound!
Harold Farberman conducts the All Star Percussion Ensemble for this wonderful
group of percussion arrangements of popular light classics by Bizet, Beethoven,
Pachelbel and Berlioz.
For this recording, Farberman has recorded works by four composers utilizing the
All-Star Percussion Ensemble. The ensemble features ten head percussionists from
seven famous orchestras in the U.S.A., many of whom were Farberman’s students.
The 10 players handled a total of some 60 to 80 instruments, varying from piece
to piece. On a high resolution audio system there are slight noises of the
players’ footsteps as they run from one instrument to another, maintaining
synchronicity with Farberman’s innovative arrangements.
Originally recorded March 8 and April 12, 1982, at New York’s Vanguard Recording
Studio, Golden String and First Impression Music are pleased to present this
200-gram LP reissue, remastered using the latest digital technology, the Ultra
HD 32-bit mastering format and pressed by Quality Record Pressings. This LP is
packaged in a graphic-embossed box with a hinged lid.
• 200g Flat Profile Virgin Vinyl
• Pressed at Quality Record Pressings
• Remastered for Vinyl by Doug Sax!
The All Star Percussion Ensemble
Harold Farberman, conductor
Everett Firth, Boston Symphony
Roland Kofloff, New York Philharmonic
Mickey Bookspan, Philadelphia Orchestra
Donald Miller, Cleveland Orchestra
Walter Rosenberger, New York Philharmonic
John Siroka, Pittsburgh Symphony
Morris Lang, New York Philharmonic
Bent Lyllof, Royal Danish Orchestra
Abraham Marcus, New York Metropolitan Opera Orchestra
Arthur Press, Boston Symphony
Georges Bizet (1838-1875)
1. Carmen Fantasy
Ludwig Van Beethoven (1770-1827)
2. Scherzo, from Symphony No. 9
Johann Pachelbel (1653-1706)
3. Canon in D
Hector Berlioz (1803-1869)
March to the Scaffold, from Symphonie Fantastique