|A||Peter And The Wolf - Part I|
|B||Peter And The Wolf - Part II|
|HT 1001||James Dukas , Narrator Albert West Conducting The International Children's Symphony Orchestra||James Dukas , Narrator Albert West Conducting The International Children's Symphony Orchestra - Peter And The Wolf (LP)||Happy Time Records||HT 1001||US||1962|
|HT 505||James Dukas||Peter And The Wolf (LP)||Happy Time Records||HT 505||UK||1962|
Complete your James Dukas, Narrator Albert West Conducting The International Children's Symphony Orchestra collection.
Prokofiev's Peter and the Wolf, for narrator and orchestra, was a commission from the Central Children's Theatre in 1936. The composer himself wrote the text, which tells the story of a young boy who manages to capture a vicious wolf. The piece is remarkable for many reasons, but perhaps most notably for its didactic scoring, designed by Prokofiev to introduce children to the sounds of orchestral instruments.
Composed By – Prokofiev Conductor – Albert West Narrator – James Dukas Orchestra – The International Children's Symphony Orchestra.
Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist - Artist (Sample). 1. 30. Peter and the Wolf, Op. 67. by Leonard Bernstein. 67 by Leonard Bernstein. This is the recording to have of both the Britten and the Saint-Saens pieces, but the addition of the Peter and the Wolf performance sweetens the package. You will hear lengthy excerpts from this recording in the soundtrack of the motion picture 'Moonrise Kingdom'.
The truly legendary Spanish tenor joins Yannick and the Orchestra, performing beloved highlights of Italian grand opera. Cocktail Hour - Del Frisco’s 5:30 PM Colin Currie - Percussion Colorado Children's Chorale Colorado Children's Chorale - Children's chorus Colorado Symphony Orchestra Chorus Combined Choirs including Conrad Tao - Piano Cristian Macelaru - Conductor Curtis Bannister - Prince Ragotski Curtis Institute of Music - Special Guest Artist Cynthia Raim - Piano Dan Zanes - Host Dance Affiliates - Dancer(s) Dancers from the Rock School for Dance.
The narrator tells a children's story, while the orchestra illustrates it. It is Prokofiev's most frequently performed work, and one of the most frequently performed works in the entire classical repertoire. It has been recorded many times. Peter fetches a rope and climbs over the garden wall into the tree. He asks the bird to fly around the wolf's head to distract him, while he lowers a noose and catches the wolf by his tail. The wolf struggles to get free, but Peter ties the rope to the tree and the noose only gets tighter. The Rock Peter and the Wolf is an album by Jack Lancaster and Robin Lumley released in 1975. Performers on the album include Jack Lancaster, Robin Lumley, Gary Brooker, Bill Bruford, Phil Collins, Julie Driscoll, Stephane Grappelli, Jon Hiseman, Brian Eno, Alvin Lee, Gary Moore, Cozy Powell, Manfred Mann, Keith Tippett, Viv Stanshall, and the English Chorale.
Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra. The Wolf tries to escape. Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra. Grandfather takes Peter home. And after them Grandfather, complaining, and the Cat. 0:37. The Wolf prowls in wait.