Album released in Spain and performed by the pianist, composer, arranger and conductor Ronnie Aldrich with the London Festival Orchestra. The musical arrangements, creation of Aldrich, care differential exquisitely balanced sonority, without giving predominance to any of the various instruments, excepting the piano with two voices (two pianos).
Album with a compilation of 14 songs selected from the recordings of the last 7 albums released between 1969 and 1973 by the pianist, arranger, composer and British director Ronald F. Ronnie Aldrich (1916-1993), accompanied here by the 'London Festival Orchestra'. The repertoire, recorded with the sound, thoroughness and balance of instrumental arrangements by Aldrich, integrates themes of the most famous internationally in those years. It is a good session of easy listening music by the virtuous pianist Ronnie Aldrich.
2002 compilation from the classically trained easy listening star features 20 tracks. Highlights include, 'Feelings', 'My Cherie Amour', & 'Windmills of Your Mind' (from 'Thomas Crown Affair').
This two-fer from Dutton Vocalion features a pair of out of print Ronnie Aldrich LPs: The World of Burt Bacharach and Webb Country, originally issued in 1972 and 1977, respectively. These 21 tracks are dominated by Muzak versions of popular songs of the era written by Bacharach and Hal David and include "(They Long to Be) Close to You," "Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head," and "This Guy's in Love with You." The remaining tunes are from the songbook of Jimmy Webb and include "MacArthur Park," "Wichita Lineman," and "Up, Up and Away." This is an enjoyably relaxing reissue from Aldrich's deleted catalog on London Records.
UK two fer combines the popular British pianist's 1973 & 1972 album, both recorded with his orchestra. Digipak.
Album released in Spain reissue of the original released in the UK by Decca Phase 4. It is performed by the pianist, composer and arranger Ronnie Aldrich conducting the London Festival Orchestra. The musical arrangements are Aldrich's own creation and care exquisitely balanced differential sonority, without giving predominance to any of the various instruments, as is the two piano voices that characterized those recordings.
Album released in Spain reissue of the original released in 1961. It's played by the pianist, composer, arranger and British director Ronald Frank Aldrich (Isle of Man, 1916-1993), aka 'Ronnie Aldrich'. His most notable works were his two piano recordings for Decca between 1961 and 1978 (he recorded about 35 albums). This album is the first such work. The piano is accompanied by an instrumental ensemble conceived and directed by him, which integrates classic and electric guitars, bass, organ, marimba, harp, percussion and other elements. The musical arrangements by Aldrich care a sonority difference exquisitely balanced, without giving predominance to any of the various instruments, except the piano.