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DEEP PURPLE - CONCERTO FOR GROUP AND ORCHESTRA

CONCERTO FOR GROUP AND ORCHESTRA CONCERTO FOR GROUP AND ORCHESTRA
  • Format: (CD) Compact disc
  • Executor: DEEP PURPLE
  • Title: CONCERTO FOR GROUP AND ORCHESTRA
  • Catalog number: WPCR-13109
  • A country: Japan
  • Label: Warner Bros
  • Year of issue: 1970
  • Complictation: PAPER SLEEVE
  • Type of publication: EDITION 2008
  • Condition (record/cover): SS
  • Style: Rock
  • Rarity: star_rate star_rate star_rate

Concerto for Group and Orchestra (in translation from English. — "Concerto for group and orchestra") is a live album by British rock band Deep Purple, recorded with the Royal Philharmonic orchestra. One of the first attempts to blend classical music and rock music in one work. Was released in the U.S. in December 1969, and in the UK in January 1970. At the time of formation of the second Deep Purple line in the group, there was a confrontation between art-rock ambitions and Jon Lord hard rock Ritchie Blackmore. Lord considered the possibility of creating works which will combine the features of classical and rock music. Deep Purple Manager Tony Edwards decides to go for broke and reserves albert Hall on 24 September, leaving Jon Lord about six months to write the score. Ritchie Blackmore subsequently terribly jealous Lord, that idea came to mind not to him.

Price: 2,400 ₽

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