Concert In Rhythm
Download links and information about Concert In Rhythm by Ray Conniff. This album was released in 1958 and it belongs to Jazz, Pop, Smooth Jazz genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 32:14 minutes.
|Genre:||Jazz, Pop, Smooth Jazz|
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|1.||Favorite Theme from Tchaikovsky's First Piano Concerto||2:54|
|2.||Favorite Theme from Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake Ballet||2:43|
|3.||Favorite Theme from Rachmanioff's Second Piano Concerto||2:19|
|4.||Favorite Theme from Tchaikovsky's Fifth Symphony||2:43|
|6.||Favorite Love Theme from Tchaikovsky's Romeo and Juliet||2:40|
|7.||Rhapsody In Blue||2:53|
|8.||I'm Always Chasing Rainbows||2:15|
|9.||The Lamp Is Low||3:11|
|10.||On the Trail||2:44|
Ray Conniff's fourth studio album, Concert in Rhythm, delved into the field of "serious" music to create pop-oriented adaptations of classical compositions. The idea, judging from Conniff's statements over the years, was not to bring greater sophistication to pop music, but to make the classics more palatable to a lay audience. The roughly contemporaneous 101 Strings album, Back Beat Symphony, made a similar attempt but with more overt rock elements, whereas Conniff kept his rhythm section at a subtle level and achieved perhaps his purest blend of voices and instruments, particularly on "Theme From Swan Lake Ballet." Tchaikovsky is a favorite source of material for this album, but Conniff also leans on Rachmaninoff and popular adaptations of classical pieces, such as "The Lamp Is Low," a 1939 hit for Tommy Dorsey based on Ravel's "Pavanne for a Dead Princess." Conniff cheekily inserts his "Theme From Ray Conniff Suite" amid the classics, and closes with Schubert's "Serenade," bringing up the drums and chorus to a more typical level. The Top Ten success of Concert in Rhythm prompted a sequel, 1960's Concert in Rhythm, Vol. 2.