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Paul Horn & The Concert Ensemble - Paul Horn & The Concert Ensemble (LP, Album, Quad) (Very Good (VG))

Paul Horn & The Concert Ensemble - Paul Horn & The Concert Ensemble (LP, Album, Quad) (Very Good (VG))

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Released in 1970

Media Condition: Very Good (VG)
Sleeve Condition: Good Plus (G+)

Radio station copy, vinyl has some small scuff marks but plays fine, catalog stickers and radio station markings on the cover, significant sleeve wear - ringwear, seamwear, spinewear, Ultrasonic cleaned.

B Side Barcode: 2187727436


It's exciting to have Paul Horn's Concert Ensemble program well-recorded. It reaches people—as demonstrated by the overwhelming success of countless performances for public school, university, and community concert series across the nation. This ensemble presents a spectrum of art music for contemporary Americans. The music is now. In a world growing increasingly homogenized—where experiences seem to be more universal daily—this music has relevance. It represents all the beauty of the rapid synthesis that is occurring in contemporary American culture—a coming-together that is felt everywhere by seldom understood. So, too, is the ensemble, now. In a society faced with staggering problems—striving for alliance as well as for individualism—this ensemble has achieved a special identity. These men and women create a vast musical expression of oneness—an expression that embodies the love, truth and beauty of all great music. Only a leader of Paul's musical integrity, experience, and intellect could draw it all together this way. I don't know of anyone who has done it so well before. There are no pretenses here. Classics, jazz, rock, and pop—they're all part of it in happy contrast or in unity. In one program the simple diversities of art music have transcended time, style, media—and men. Listen...
—Dr. Lloyd Weldy, The University of Arizona, Tucson

Recorded at A&M Studios, Hollywood, California on December 5, 9, 12, 1969

All flutes used are manufactured by Artley.

Special thanks to Dick Bosse, President of Artley flutes and piccolos, without whose support The Concert Ensemble would not exist.

A word of gratitude to Lon Norman whose beautiful arrangements are a constant inspiration.

As a catalogue number OVQD-1405 will be found strictly on the label, as for OV/14-05 it will be strictly on the cover


A1. Look Of Love 4:10
A2. Siciliano (From Flute Sonata No. II) 3:05
A3. Alone Together 4:12
A4. Magnificat 1:54
A5. Stolen Moments 4:25
A6. Presto (From Flute Sonata No. I) 1:52
B1. Paramahansa 3:10
B2. Golliwogg's Cake Walk 2:38
B3. The Gentle Rain 3:34
B4. Concerto In D (2nd Movement) 6:45
B5. Light My Fire 5:17


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Produced For M/R Productions
Recorded At A&M Studios

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