Brahms: Reimagined Orchestrations / Stern, Kansas City Symphony

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REFERENCE RECORDINGS® proudly presents an imaginative album of three compositions by Johannes Brahms, in an outstanding interpretation from Michael Stern and the Kansas City Symphony....

REFERENCE RECORDINGS® proudly presents an imaginative album of three compositions by Johannes Brahms, in an outstanding interpretation from Michael Stern and the Kansas City Symphony. It features the first recording of American composer and Kansas City native Virgil Thomson’s 1957/8 orchestration of Brahms: Eleven Chorale Preludes for organ, op 122. It also contains composer Bright Sheng’s enchanting orchestration of the Brahms Intermezzo for solo piano, op. 118, No. 2, and the beloved and spectacular Arnold Schoenberg orchestration of the Piano Quartet No. 1 in G Minor, op. 25. "Brahms: Reimagined Orchestrations" was produced by GRAMMY® winner Peter Rutenberg, who has over half a century of experience in the music industry as a producer, composer, director, and teacher. This album was engineered by RR’s esteemed technical team, composed of GRAMMY® winning engineer 'Prof' Keith O. Johnson and multi-GRAMMY® nominated engineer Sean Royce Martin.



Product Description:


  • Release Date: June 21, 2024


  • UPC: 030911115227


  • Catalog Number: RR-152


  • Label: Reference Recordings


  • Number of Discs: 1


  • Period: Romantic


  • Composer: Johannes Brahms


  • Conductor: Michael Stern


  • Orchestra/Ensemble: Kansas City Symphony Orchestra