Musician Recordings

CDs featuring the Oregon Symphony
This England
This England
Edward Elgar, Cockaigne, Opus 40, In London Town Ralph Vaughan Williams, Symphony No. 5 in D major Benjamin Britten, Four Sea Interludes and Passacagliafrom Peter Grimes, Opus 33. Carlos Kalmar, conductor. Recorded live.
Music for a Time of War
Music for a Time of War
Ives, Unanswered Question, Adams, The Wound Dresser with Sanford Sylvan, Britten, Simphonia de Rquiem and Vaughn-Williams, Symphony No. 4 Carlos Kalmar, conductor. Recorded live.
Tragic Lovers
True Lovers
Wagner, Tristan und Isolde, Berlioz, Romeo et Juliette, Op. 17 and Tchaikovsky, Romeo and Juliet Overture (from the orchestra's 1988 recording), James DePreist, conductor. Delos DLS 3369.
Disc I: William Walton's Suite from Henry V, Concerto for Cello and Orchestra with Mark Kosower. Also Bernard Rands, Tre Canzoni senza Parole, James DePreist, conductor. Disc II: William Walton, Sonata for Violin and Piano with Herbert Greenberg and Ann Schein, piano. Delos DE 3342.
Symphonies 2 & 7
Sibelius, Symphony No. 2 and Symphony No. 7
Symphony No. 2 recorded live during concerts on September 21-23, 2002. James DePreist, conductor. Delos DE 3334.
The Year 1905
Shostoakovich, Symphony No. 11 ("The Year 1905")
Live recording made during concerts on January 18-20, 2003. James DePreist, conductor. Delos DE 3329.
Tomas Svoboda
Orchestral Works by Tomas Svoboda
Overture of the Season, Op. 89; Concerto for Marimba and Orchestra, Op. 148, Neil DePonte, marimba; Symphony No. 1 (of Nature), Op. 20. James DePreist, conductor. Albany Records, TROY604.
American Contrasts
American Contrasts
Benjamin Lees, Pasacaglia for Orchestra; Vincent Persichetti, Symphony No. 4; Michael Daugherty, Philadelphia Stories for Orchestra: Sundown on South Street and Hell's Angels, featuring The Bassoon Brothers. James DePreist, conductor. Delos DSD, DE 3291.
Respighi's Rome
Ottorino Respighi, Fountains of Rome, Pines of Rome, Roman Festivals. James DePreist, conductor. Delos VR2, DE 3287.
Igor Stravinsky, Le Sacre du Printemps, The Firebird Suite (1919). James DePreist, conductor. Delos VR2, DE 3278.
Erich Wolfgang Korngold, The Sea Hawk, Symphony in F-sharp. James DePreist, conductor. Delos VR2, DE 3234.
Richard Strauss, Don Juan; Lutoslawski, Concerto for Orchestra; Ottorino Respighi, Roman Festivals. James DePreist, conductor. Delos D/CD-3070.
Menoti & Dello Joio
Menoti, Apocalypse; Dello Joio, Meditations on Ecclesiastes; LoPresti, The Masks. James DePreist, conductor. KOCH Iinternational Classics, 1992. KIC/CD 3-7156-2.
The Sea and the Gulls
Sergei Rachmaninov, Symphony No. 2, Vocalise, and La Mer et les Mouettes. James DePreist, conductor. Delos D/CD-3071.
Schwantner & Flagello
Joseph Schwantner, New Morning for the World; Nicolas Flagello, The Passion of Martin Luther King. James DePreist, conductor. KOCH International Classics, 3-7293-2 1995.
Romeo & Juliet
Romeo & Juliet
Piotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Romeo & Juliet. James DePreist, conductor. Delos, 1988.
Piotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Hamlet, The Tempest and 1812 Overture. James DePreist, conductor. Delos D/CD-3081.
Other CDs featuring Oregon Symphony Musicians
Walter Gieseking
Walter Gieseking, Quintet in Bb
Walter Gieseking: Quintet in Bb; Frederic Chopin: Polonaise Brillante, Op. 3: Introduction and Alla Polacca (arr. Kazimierz Machala); Robert Schumann: Adagio and Allegro, Op. 70; Waldesgesprach, Op. 39, No. 3; Auf einer Berg, Op. 39, No. 7; Im Walde, Op. 39, No. 11; Des Sennen Abschied, Op. 79, No. 23; John Cox, horn; Yoshinori Nakao, clarinet. Centaur CRC2122
Bartok Duos
Bela Bartok, 44 Duos for Two Violins
The complete 44 Duos for Two Violins by Bela Bartok. Violinists George Shiolas and Jonathan Dubay. DoubleStop Recordings. DS 103.
Oregon Symphony Horns
Oregon Symphony Horns
The Oregon Symphony Horns and Friends: Mendelssohn, Warum toben die Heiden, Op. 78, No. 1, Ehre Sei Gott in der Hhe, Sechs Hymnen, Op. 79, Mein Gott, warum hast du mich verlassen; J.S. Bach, Gavotte and Sarabande, Wachtet Auf, Toccata and Fugue in D Minor, Passacaglia and Fugue in C Minor. Centaur CRC 2344.
The Bassoon Brothers
The Bassoon Brothers. Various musical (sic) selections for four bassoons. Mark Eubanks, Robert Naglee, Bonnie Cox and Juan DeGomar.
The Nutcracker
The Nutcracker
Piotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, The Nutcracker. Niel DePonte, Conductor & kitchen spoons; Ron Blessinger, violin I; Mary Ann Coggins Kaza, violin I; Marlene Majovski, violin I; Jonathan Dubay, violin II; Deborah Singer, violin II; Martha Warrington, viola; Ken Finch, cello; Tim Scott, cello; Kenneth Baldwin, bass; Jeffrey Johnson, bass; Thommy Thompson, bass; Todd Kuhns, clarinet.
Music of Charles Ives
The Orchestral Music of Charles Ives
Orchestra New England; James Sinclair, conductor. Jonathan Dubay, violin I. KOCH Iinternational Classics, 3-7205-2.
The Soldier's Tale
The Soldier's Tale
Stravinsky's, The Soldier's Tale. The Third Angle New Music Ensemble: Ron Blessinger, violin; Todd Kuhns, clarinet; Dave Bamonte, cornet; Jeffrey Johnson, bass; with James DePreist, Narrator. Gagliano Recordings, GR 733-CD.
The Tender Land
Aaron Copland, Suite from The Tender Land and Appalachian Spring (versions for 13 instruments). The Third Angle New Music Ensemble: Ron Blessinger, violin; Jonathan Dubay, violin I; Daniel Ge Feng, violin II; Charles Noble, viola; Tim Scott, cello; Todd Kuhns, clarinet; Jeffrey Johnson, bass. KIC-CD-7403.
Strings Attached
Strings Attached
Solo String Music of Daron Hagen. Charles Noble, viola. ARSIS Recordings.
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