First Movement - Zappa* / The London Symphony Orchestra Conducted By Kent Nagano - The London Sympho


1989
Label: Barking Pumpkin Records - BPR 38820 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Rock, Classical • Style: Post-Modern, Contemporary, Avantgarde
Download First Movement - Zappa* / The London Symphony Orchestra Conducted By Kent Nagano - The London Sympho

Although Zappa himself has criticized these recordings, they represent the best rendition so far of his orchestral ambitions, more accomplished than Lumpy Gravy or Orchestral Favorites.

The music is moody and ponderous, slow with sudden dramatic passages, in the manner of Stravinskyand exhibits little of Zappa 's usual Зачем - Александр Буйнов - P.R.O. Любовь invention and humor.

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Tarisar says:
In early , Frank decided to take some of his classical compositions (some new, some that had been recorded already on Orchestral Favorites) and give them to the London Symphony Orchestra, figuring he'd get some good recordings out of them. Instead Frank had an experience that helped eventually drive him away from using real orchestras for his classical pieces for almost a decade/5.

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