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The formation Oregon has surely been well-known to most jazz and classical music enthusiasts. During the past 50+ years of band history, Oregon has become a synonym for genre-crossing music of the finest. Emerging in 1970 from the legendary Paul Winter Consort, Oregon combined elements of jazz with those of symphonic classical music and what is known today under the makeshift term world music. This album was recorded strictly simultaneously, meaning that the band and the orchestra faced each other in the recording room and played the songs together. No overdubbing each other, no faking a relationship that wasn't there; just recording and mixing with the highest standards of quality. In this respect, Oregon in Moscow combines the best qualities of a live recording with those of a studio production. Oregon and the Tchaikovsky Orchestra, directed by George Garanian, joined forces to take this exceptional formation's repertoire (which is exceptionally beautiful to begin with) to new dimensions; to cinemascope, in a way. A lush, lavish celebration of music, full of beauty, grace and finesse, which all those involved can be very proud of. We definitely are.
The formation Oregon has surely been well-known to most jazz and classical music enthusiasts. During the past 50+ years of band history, Oregon has become a synonym for genre-crossing music of the finest. Emerging in 1970 from the legendary Paul Winter Consort, Oregon combined elements of jazz with those of symphonic classical music and what is known today under the makeshift term world music. This album was recorded strictly simultaneously, meaning that the band and the orchestra faced each other in the recording room and played the songs together. No overdubbing each other, no faking a relationship that wasn't there; just recording and mixing with the highest standards of quality. In this respect, Oregon in Moscow combines the best qualities of a live recording with those of a studio production. Oregon and the Tchaikovsky Orchestra, directed by George Garanian, joined forces to take this exceptional formation's repertoire (which is exceptionally beautiful to begin with) to new dimensions; to cinemascope, in a way. A lush, lavish celebration of music, full of beauty, grace and finesse, which all those involved can be very proud of. We definitely are.
750447330313
Oregon - Oregon In Moscow (Gate) [180 Gram]

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Format: Vinyl
Label: INTUITION
Rel. Date: 04/05/2024
UPC: 750447330313

Oregon In Moscow (Gate) [180 Gram]
Artist: Oregon
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $39.99
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The formation Oregon has surely been well-known to most jazz and classical music enthusiasts. During the past 50+ years of band history, Oregon has become a synonym for genre-crossing music of the finest. Emerging in 1970 from the legendary Paul Winter Consort, Oregon combined elements of jazz with those of symphonic classical music and what is known today under the makeshift term world music. This album was recorded strictly simultaneously, meaning that the band and the orchestra faced each other in the recording room and played the songs together. No overdubbing each other, no faking a relationship that wasn't there; just recording and mixing with the highest standards of quality. In this respect, Oregon in Moscow combines the best qualities of a live recording with those of a studio production. Oregon and the Tchaikovsky Orchestra, directed by George Garanian, joined forces to take this exceptional formation's repertoire (which is exceptionally beautiful to begin with) to new dimensions; to cinemascope, in a way. A lush, lavish celebration of music, full of beauty, grace and finesse, which all those involved can be very proud of. We definitely are.
        
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