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Jarvi/Cincy Pictures

Postby 8vb » Sat Mar 03, 2018 9:38 am

2008 recording of Pictures, subject conductor and group.

I know Mr. Olka can be heard on the Prokofiev 5/Kije around this time. Anyone know what else?
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Re: Jarvi/Cincy Pictures

Postby alazzeri » Sat Mar 10, 2018 11:13 am

Tough one, 8vb. There were a lot of different players in at that time, in addition to Chris - Tony Kniffen, Dave Kirk, Pete Link, Carson McTeer. Pete and Carson were the primary ones and from what I remember, that was right around the time when Pete left for Japan and Carson came to town. Odds are it was Carson.
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Re: Jarvi/Cincy Pictures

Postby russiantuba » Wed Mar 28, 2018 6:19 pm

It was Pete Link on the Pictures recording. He used a Nirschl York and did Bydlo on an Alexander F. I asked him this many years ago.
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Re: Jarvi/Cincy Pictures

Postby Pete Link » Wed Apr 04, 2018 11:09 pm

Hi Gents,

I indeed had the privalege of playing on that recording. The Alexander F used on Bydlo was borrowed from Floyd Cooley. A wondeful instrument and(for better or for worse) we got it one take...thank god. The Nirschl I bought from Floyd upon his retirement with the SFSO and still own today.

The highlight for me was listening to Mark Ridenour's (Chicago Symphony) playing principal trumpet. What a sound! Sound, phrasing and presence all top notch. The Cincinati Symphony put out several fantastic recordings on the Telarc label.

Incidentally, I was later informed that recoding won a Grammy that year.

Cheers, Pete
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Re: Jarvi/Cincy Pictures

Postby doublebuzzing » Fri Apr 06, 2018 12:35 am

Pete Link wrote:Hi Gents,

I indeed had the privalege of playing on that recording. The Alexander F used on Bydlo was borrowed from Floyd Cooley. A wondeful instrument and(for better or for worse) we got it one take...thank god. The Nirschl I bought from Floyd upon his retirement with the SFSO and still own today.

The highlight for me was listening to Mark Ridenour's (Chicago Symphony) playing principal trumpet. What a sound! Sound, phrasing and presence all top notch. The Cincinati Symphony put out several fantastic recordings on the Telarc label.

Incidentally, I was later informed that recoding won a Grammy that year.

Cheers, Pete


Yes, they sure did put out some great recordings. They did many of the Bruckner Symphonies with Telarc and their recording of 8 and 9 is stunning in the precision and homogeneity of brass playing. Philip Collins was their Principal Trumpet for many years and his tone was absolutely beautiful on everything.
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Re: Jarvi/Cincy Pictures

Postby bloke » Thu May 03, 2018 11:23 pm

I bumped into Mark at a Ravinia rehearsal (probably) fifteen years ago.
He played in Memphis for a while previous to that (and - I believe in one of the Florida orchestras after Memphis), and I played some brass quintet jobs with him when he was in Memphis.
He was a great player at that time, but - to my ears - his style has developed more since (as one would expect).

Most are not aware that Mark is a very talented arranger.
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