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Wydawnictwo: Chandos
Nr katalogowy: CHAN 20143
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: sierpień 2019
EAN: 95115214329
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Epoka muzyczna: romantyzm, 20 wiek do 1960

A Life in Music – Vintage Tommy Reilly

Chandos - CHAN 20143

Pablo de Sarasate, Domenico Scarlatti, Johann Sebastian Bach, Serge Rachmaninoff, David Reilly, Robert Farnon, Madeleine Dring, Moritz Moszkowski, Tommy Reilly, James Moody, Alan Langford, Peter De Rose, Bedřich Smetana, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Newell Chase, Rafael Hernández Marín, Jacob Gade, Sam M. Lewis, Joe Young, Harry Akst, Jack Bentley, Reginald Owen, Donald Phillips, Cole Porter, Bobby Young, Grigoraş Dinicu, Jascha Heifetz, Jimmy Leach, Ernesto Lecuona, Jean Wiener, Fryderyk Chopin
Tommy Reilly, harmonica
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Pablo de Sarasate:

Domenico Scarlatti:

J. S. Bach:
Gigue from Partita No. 3

Sergei Rachmaninoff:

David Reilly/Robert Farnon:
Age of Innocence

Madeleine Dring:
Italian Dance

Moritz Moszkowski:
Spanish Dance No. 2

Tommy Reilly/James Moody:
Voice from the Past

Alan Langford:

Peter de Rose:
Deep Purple

Bedrich Smetana:
Dance of the Comedians

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart:
Marriage of Figaro Overture

Newell Chase:
Midnight in Mayfair

Rafael Hernandez:
El Cumbanchero

Jacob Gade:

Jack Bentley/Reginal Owen:
Bop! Goes the Waesel

Donald Phillips:

Cole Porter:
Begin the Beguine

Bobby Young:
Gin Ginger

Tommy Reilly/Bobby Young:
No Limit

James Moody:
Bulgarian Wedding Dance

Grigoras Dinicu/Jascha Heifetz:
Hora Staccato

Jimmy Leach:
18th Century Rock

Ernesto Lecuona:
The Breeze and I

Jean Wiener:
Le Grisbi

Tommy Reilly/Maurice Arnold:
The Red Flame

Frederic Chopin:
Waltz, Op. 61/1

Tommy Reilly/James Moody:
Golden Girl

Irish Medley
Born in Ontario in August 1919, Tommy Reilly studied violin from the age of eight, and began playing harmonica at the age of eleven. Though he had played in England in 1935 – 37 and continental Europe in 1937 – 39, it was not until his arrest (while studying violin at the Leipzig Conservatory) and subsequent internment 1939 – 45 in prisoner-of-war camps that he developed his virtuosity on the harmonica, basing his ideas of phrasing and interpretation on the playing of Jascha Heifetz. Returning to London in 1945, Reilly began parallel careers as a concert soloist and recitalist, a popular BBC radio and television performer, and a studio musician-composer. He performed with most of the major European orchestras and toured all over the world as a concert soloist. Inspiring the composition of more than thirty works by other composers, Reilly also transcribed a great deal of repertoire for the instrument, in addition to composing his own works. In 1967 he designed a concert harmonica, later manufactured by Hohner and marketed as the Silver Concerto Chromonica. In 1992, he became the first harmonica player to be made a Member of the Order of the British Empire. His other awards included the Gold Medal of the Deutscher Harmonika-Verband, and a Golden Badge from the British Association of Composers, Authors and Songwriters. Sir Neville Marriner and Igor Stravinsky were among those who admired his playing.

Recordings: NRK Radio, Oslo; 21 November 1953; Rosenborg Studio, Oslo; 14-15 October 1970; ‘Variety Bandbox’, BBC Light Programme; 6 March 1949, 20 October 1949; Demo recording, London; 1945; Abbey Road; 28 November 1950, 1951, 7 April 1952

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