As I say, there were some exceptions..I liked their arrangement of "Matchmaker
Matchmaker", and later their "Fiddler On The Roof Overture" (from when the
movie came out) was a good long track to put on when I needed to go down the hall.
They're the only artists I can think of who had a real stereo album get
reissued in fake stereo. Granted, the "real" stereo had some fakery in it as
well. Anyone know what I'm talking about here?
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> I liked their classical arrangements, there was even a Strauss Waltz
> thing that quite a lot of fun.
> joe salerno
> David Lennick wrote:
>> First encounters with F&T were when I heard "Soundproof" at my uncle's
>> in the mid 50s, and when they went on "I've Got a Secret" and their
>> secret was that they could play the Minute Waltz in less than a
>> minute. As I recall, they did it in forty seconds. I like them on
>> Columbia, Westminster and ABC Paramount. I LOATHE "Exodus" and
>> everything that followed on United Artists, with one or two very rare
>> exceptions. Once I actually yanked a record of theirs off the
>> air..Rhapsody in Blue..couldn't stand it. But everybody's entitled to
>> make a living.
>> Karl Miller wrote:
>>> While Ferrante and Teicher were certainly not the first to use
>>> overdubbing in their music making, I found their work to be highly
>>> creative...and, often overlooked, are their early recordings of
>>> classical music like the disc of the Rachmaninoff Suites for two pianos.
>>> ARTS / MUSIC | August 6, 2008 Lou Teicher, of Ferrante &
>>> Teicher, Popular Piano Duo of '60s, Dies at 83 By BRUCE WEBER Mr.
>>> Teicherís florid and sentimental versions of movie themes and love
>>> songs made the duo gods of easy listening and earned them wide