Genre: Jazz


Bernard Herrmann The Four Faces Of Jazz Gold CD

Bernard Herrmann

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Bernard Herrmann conducts The London Festival Recording Ensemble on this album containing four intriguing orchestral arrangements - each a different face of the jazz genre. Known as Alfred Hitchcock's favorite composer, Herrmann wields the baton on famous jazz compositions of Darius Milhaud, Kurt Weill, George Gershwin, and Igor Stravinsky.

The Four Faces Of Jazz was produced by Raymond Few in 1973 and released on London Records. Mobile Fidelity mastered this album from the original master tape using their proprietary GAIN System technology.

1. Kurt Weill's Songs From 'The Three Penny Opera'
Mack The Knife
Instead Of
The Good Life-Foxtrot
Polly's Song
The Big Shots-Charleston
2. George Gershwin: Variations For Piano & Orchestra On 'I Got Rhythm'
3. Igor Stravinsky: Ragtime
4. Darius Milhaud: The Creation Of The World

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