Annotation

NOTE 1: Release Date

I added the release date according to the year that is written on "Ekseption Plays Bach" when two songs of this release were published (1970). Might be wrong, the discography on the official homepage says it was released in 1968, and this release is a "special edition" for the Deutscher Schallplattenclub.

NOTE 2: Composer Relationships

Sorry for the "composed"-Relationships, unfortunately it is the best way to show it. I added the relationships as it is written on the back. For example it is written:

On Sunday They Will Kill The World
Prelude In C Sharp-Minor
(S. Rachmaninoff/W. Luikinga/
arr. R. v. d. Linden - 3:26)

I don't know what job W. Luikinga has done on this track, but I just added him as composer. Maybe someone who knows can change it to make it better...? Maybe something about this one is mentioned in the Dutch wikipedia article about W. Luikinga? Dunno.

Annotation last modified on 2008-05-06 06:26 UTC.

Tracklist

12" Vinyl 1
# Title Rating Length
A1 The 5th
3:29
A2 Sabre Dance
4:49
A3 Air
3:55
A4 Rhapsody in Blue
4:03
A5 Canvas
2:28
B1 Peace Planet
3:01
B2 The Lamplighter
3:22
B3 Bottle Mind
2:45
B4 On Sunday They Will Kill the World
3:26
B5 Rondo
5:25

Credits

12" Vinyl 1

arranger:
Rein van den Broek (tracks A1, A3)
Huib van Campen (tracks A1, A3)
Cor Dekker (tracks A1, A3)
Rob Kruisman (tracks A1, A3)
Peter de Leeuwe (tracks A1, A3)
Rick van der Linden (tracks A1, A3, B1–B2, B4–B5, B5)
composer:
Johann Sebastian Bach (German Baroque period composer & musician) (tracks A3, B1–B2)
Brian Bennett (track A5)
Will Luikinga (track B4)
Rick van der Linden (track B3)
Ludwig van Beethoven (1804 – 1808) (track A1)
George Gershwin (composer) (1924) (track A4)
Aram Khachaturian (Soviet-Armenian composer, Aram Khachaturian) (1942) (track A2)
dedicated to:
orchestrator:
Ferde Grofé (1942) (track A4)
premiered at:
Ludwig van Beethoven at Theater an der Wien (1808-12-22) (1808-12-22) (track A1)
publisher:
Chappell Music Ltd. (track A4)
Ferde Grofé Music Publishing (New York) (track A4)
New World Music Co. (track A4)
Warner Bros. Music (track A4)
premiered at:
Theater an der Wien in Wien, Austria (1808-12-22) (track A1)
part of:
Works of Ludwig van Beethoven by opus number (number: op. 67) (track A1)
arrangement of:
arrangements:
Rhapsody in Blue (catch-all for arrangements) (track A4)
Rhapsody in Blue (arr. Carlos Barbosa-Lima) (track A4)
Rhapsody in Blue (transcription for solo piano by Gershwin) (track A4)
Rhapsody in Blue (arr. Dokshitser for trumpet and orchestra) (track A4)
Rhapsody in Blue (Glenn Miller arrangement) (track A4)
Symphony no. 5 in C minor, S. 463a (for piano solo, Liszt) (track A1)
Symphony no. 5 in C minor, S. 464 no. 5 (for piano solo, Liszt) (track A1)
Symphony no. 5 in C minor, op. 67 (for brass, Frackenpohl) (track A1)
is based on:
is the basis for:
Blue (track A4)
Requiem (The Fifth) (track A1)
Take the 5th (track A1)
The Hula Hoop (track A2)
What Happened (Sublime) (track A4)
part of:
partial recording of:
Rhapsody in Blue (standard 1942 orchestration) (track A4)
parts:
recording of:
Bottle Mind (track B3)
Canvas (track A5)
Orchestersuite Nr. 3 D-Dur, BWV 1068: II. Air (catch-all for unknown versions/arrangements) (track A3)
Peace Planet (track B1)
Rondo (track B5)
Sabre Dance, from the ballet Gayaneh (catch-all for unknown versions) (track A2)
The Lamplighter (track B2)
referred to in medleys:
Hooked on America (track A4)
revision of:
Rhapsody in Blue (original jazz band version, less often performed) (track A4)