Skip to main content There's a problem loading this menu right now. Artist Overview Albums Digital Music. Top Albums More Formats No results were found for that selection. Rocky Theme - Original. Chariots Of Fire Theme - Original. Jaws Theme - Original. Romeo and Juliet Theme - Original. Dancing With Wolves Theme - Original.
I Grieve. Starship Troopers Klendathu Drop - Original. Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. We'll go for something low-key. Like… oh, I don't know, the entire life cycle of the human condition, beginning with the funeral and ending with a triumphant, supernatural return to life, quoting Jewish folk music and ending with church bells.
With at least 10 French horns. That'll probably do it. When the dust had settled from Brahms' first symphony he was heavily touted in his day as the successor to Beethoven's top-dog status in symphony land , he set about creating one of the most consistent sets of symphonies in history.
The fourth and final, composed up a mountain in , has to be the best one though. It silenced critics who thought Brahms was too musically conservative, it proved to be one of his most emotionally daring works and it sealed his reputation as one of the great masters of the symphony. A recording phenomenon in the s, Gorecki's third is not only popular now: it's destined to be a future classic.
The concept is innovative and watertight - a soprano sings three texts inspired by themes of parents and missing children over a sparse and simple orchestral backing - but it's the second movement that's proved the real winner. The text, taken from a message scrawled on the wall of a Gestapo cell in World War II, dovetails so perfectly with Gorecki's bare-bones accompaniment that it's impossible to imagine a future without it.
The Christmas Album. Sheridan Square Records. Mozart: Piano Concertos No2. Verdi, Giordano, Puccini, Mascagni, Leoncavallo. Lasting Memories.
Fat Boy. Rock Dreams: Hotel California. Rock Dreams: Knockin' on Heaven's Door. Rock Dreams: Purple Rain. Rock Dreams: Time After Time. Handel: Messiah. Mozart: Sinfonia Concertante. Mozart: Symphonies Nos. Mozart: Variations in C; Sonatas for piano No The Cult Files [Silva].
Haydn: Symphonies No. Allegro Corporation. Sergei Rachmaninov: Symphony No. Mendelssohn: Violin Concerto Op. Regis Records. Rossini: Comic Overtures. Beethoven: Piano Concerto Nos. Brahms: Symphony No. Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky: Ballet Suites. Play Your Favourite Classics. Plays Unforgettable Movie Themes, Vol.
The Music of Queen. Classic Movie Themes [Laserlight]. Movie Love Themes. Music for the Last Night of The Proms. The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Plays the Music of Oasis. Music Club Records. English String Music. James Bond Themes. Orchestral Favourites. Grappa Musikkforlag. Concert Gold. Symphonic Pop. The Plays the Music of George Michael. Dutton Vocalion. Christmas with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Grieg: Piano Concerto, Op. Royal Philharmonic Masterworks. Royal Philharmonics Masterwork.
Mozart: Symphonies 32, 35, Richard Strauss: Also sprach Zarathustra, Op. Rachmaninov: Symphony No. Cinema Classics. Nursery Rhymes [Intersound]. Christmas Album [Intersound]. Bizet: Carmen Suites Nos. Strauss: Emperor Waltz, etc. Paul's Christmas Concert. Tchaikovsky: Piano Concerto No. More Hooked On Classics. Holst: The Planets; St. Paul's Suite. The Music of the Beatles. Brentwood Records. The Original Hooked on Classics Collection. Platinum Collection: True Love.
Hollywood Studio Symphony The majority of score recordings in Hollywood are done by this collective group. These top musicians go from session to session, performing at the various LA scoring stages. Used as one of the first live orchestras used for video game scores, which continue to this day. Still a concert orchestra, they started recording film scores in the s, but began their recent popularity with the Star Wars series.Find Royal Philharmonic Orchestra discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Queen Collection Played by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra: Hollywood Henryk Mikolaj Górecki: Symphony No. 3, Op. 36 "Symphony of Sorrowful Songs"; Three Pieces in Old Style.