Available for the 1st time- live recordings of the one and only time that Howard performed a CHROMATIC harmonica concerto with an orchestra, AND a one-time-only performance of a DIATONIC harmonica concerto composed for Howard in Germany.
Concerto for (chromatic) Harmonica and Orchestra
composed by Arthur Benjamin
The Lake Shore Symphony Orchestra
Steven Larsen, conductor
Performed/recorded: Mather High School, Chicago, IL 1988
I. Romanza- 6:36
II. Canzona Semplice- 5:48
III. Rondo Amabile- 5:49
Balkan American (diatonic) Harmonica Concerto
composed by K. A “Bobbi” Fischer
The Ulm University Symphony Orchestra
Burkhard Wolf, conductor
Premiered: Ulm Stadthaus, May 15, 2013
Movement I- 6:36
Movement II- 4:40
Movement III- 4:32
Live Performance (American Debut)
The files are encoded in .wav format using 48khz/24 bit, providing a higher quality and listening experience than mp3s.
· The .wav files and the detailed liner notes will be put into a piano design 32 GB USB2.0 flash drive.
· MP3s are also included in the flash drive for you to enjoy on different devices.
(No more worrying about not having a CD Player! )
"Why do I need one more flash drive?" I know you must have had that thought.
Well, first off, it has an eye-catching look. If you are a musician (even better, a pianist), or a music lover, this little rubber-coated flash drive definitely proclaims your identity! Also, it makes a very cute gift. The pandemic has made it hard for us to get together, creating emotional strains, especially during this holiday season. So why not load this flash drive with your favorite photos, music, or homemade videos and send it to your loved ones?
You can get the flash drive at its full capacity, or maybe take a look at a few things that I think you might like to have in the flash drive before it’s sent to you.
Let it be a warm, small surprise!