Oregon: Oregon In Moscow, 2×CD
Oregon: Oregon In Moscow, 2×CD
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Oregon
The Moscow Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra
Oregon In Moscow
  • 2×CD
  • Germany
  • Intuition Records
  • (INT 3303 2)
  • 15 Tracks
  • UPC 750447330320
  • heavy item (150g)
  • EX+ / EX
  • used
  • minor wear on booklet

tracks

1-1

Round Robin

Written by
Orchestrated by
  • Paul McCandless
6:36
1-2

Beneath An Evening Sky

Written by
Orchestrated by
  • Ralph Towner
5:04
1-3

Acis And Galatea

Written by
Orchestrated by
  • Ralph Towner
7:54
1-4

The Templars

Written by
Orchestrated by
  • Ralph Towner
8:07
1-5

Anthem

Written by
Orchestrated by
  • Ralph Towner
5:58
1-6

All The Mornings Bring

Written by
Orchestrated by
  • Paul McCandless
6:32
1-7

Along The Way

Written by
Orchestrated by
  • Ralph Towner
3:26
1-8

Arianna

Written by
Orchestrated by
  • Glen Moore
2:05
1-9

Icarus

Written by
Orchestrated by
  • Ralph Towner
3:41
2-1

Waterwheel

Written by
Orchestrated by
  • Ralph Towner
8:43
2-2

Spanish Stairs

Written by
Orchestrated by
  • Paul McCandless
5:14
2-3

Free-form Piece For Orchestra And Improvisors

Written by
Orchestrated by
  • Ralph Towner
8:27
2-4

Spirits Of Another Sort

Written by
Orchestrated by
  • Paul McCandless
2:33
2-5

Firebat

Written by
Orchestrated by
  • Glen Moore
10:49
2-6

Zephyr

Written by
Orchestrated by
  • Ralph Towner
6:14

Credits

Acoustic bass
  • Glen Moore
Bass clarinet
  • Paul McCandless
Cello
  • Andrei Demin
Classical guitar
  • Ralph Towner
Concertmaster
  • Mikhail Shestakov
Conductor
  • .
Cymbal
  • Mark Walker
Design
  • Gwen Terpstra
Drums
  • Mark Walker
Engineer
  • Oleg Ivanov
  • Tatyana Vinnitskaya
English horn
  • Paul McCandless
Ensemble
  • Oregon
Goblet drum
  • Mark Walker
Djembe
  • Mark Walker
Illustration
  • Caio Fonseca
Liner notes
  • Ralph Towner
  • Steve Rodby
Mastered by
  • Tom Baker
Oboe
  • Paul McCandless
Orchestra
  • .
Other
  • Chris Pew
Percussion
  • Mark Walker
Photography by
  • Rich Breen
  • .
Piano
  • Ralph Towner
Producer
  • Steve Rodby
Recorded by
  • Rich Breen
Mixed by
  • Rich Breen
Soprano saxophone
  • Paul McCandless
Synthesizer
  • Ralph Towner
Timpani
  • Mark Walker
Twelve string guitar
  • Ralph Towner

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