Concerto For Electric Violin - Darryl Way

Concerto For Electric Violin
Released on 23/10/09 Concerto for Electric Violin' was recorded by CURVED AIR and WOLF Violinist Darryl Way for Island Records and was the subject of much critical acclaim and a feature on ITV's 'South Bank Show' upon its release in 1978. A unique fusion of rock and classical music, the album made full use of synthesiser technology to produce a truly unique work of Classical Progressive Rock. For the recording sessions Darryl Way was joined by former CURVED AIR colleague FRANCIS MONKMAN and drummer IAN MOSLEY (formerly with WOLF and later to join MARILLION).
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Code: ECLEC2167
Weight: 200
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First Movement: Allegro Moderato / Second Movement: Slow / Third Movement: Scherzo / Fourth Movement: Finale (Gigue)
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