Victor Vogel - Games Of The XXI Olympiad - Montréal 1976 - Original Music From The Official Ceremonies - Jeux De La Xxiieme Olympiade - Montréal 1976 - Musique Originale Des Cérémonies Officielles download album
- Performer: Victor Vogel
- Title: Games Of The XXI Olympiad - Montréal 1976 - Original Music From The Official Ceremonies - Jeux De La Xxiieme Olympiade - Montréal 1976 - Musique Originale Des Cérémonies Officielles
- Genre: Jazz / Pop / Classical / Screen - Stage
- Formats: WAV VOC AAC XM APE MOD DXD
- Released: 1976
- Style: Soundtrack, Theme
- MP3 album: 1276 mb
- FLAC album: 1763 mb
- Rating: 4.5/5
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Victor Vogel – Games Of The XXI Olympiad - Montréal 1976 - Original Music From The Official Ceremonies - Jeux De La Xxiieme Olympiade - Montréal 1976 - Musique Originale Des Cérémonies Officielles. Recorded At – RCA Victor Studios, Montreal. Mixed At – Le Studio. Advisor – Jean Loiselle. Advisor – André Morin. Publisher: Les Productions Centreum Inc. (CAPAC) (P) 1976 COJO 76 Made In Canada Manufactured by RCA Ltd as an Official Supplier to the Games of the XXI Olympiad. Rights Society (Publishing): CAPAC.
Advisor – Jean Loiselle Advisor – André Morin Arranged By, Orchestrated By, Music Director, Conductor – Victor Vogel Art Direction – Georges Huel Choir – La Chorale Des Disciples De Massenet, La Maîtrise Des Petits Chanteurs Du Mont Royal Chorus Master – René Lacourse Composed By – André Mathieu Music Director –. Willis Noble Producer – André Perry Recorded By, Mixed By – Mike Thompson.
The 1976 Summer Olympics, officially called the Games of the XXI Olympiad (French: Les XXIes olympiques d'été), was an international multi-sport event in Montreal, Quebec, in 1976, and the first Olympic Games held in Canada. Montreal was awarded the rights to the 1976 Games on May 12, 1970, at the 69th IOC Session in Amsterdam, over the bids of Moscow and Los Angeles. It was the first and, so far, only Summer Olympic Games to be held in Canada.
André Mathieu (Author), Victor Vogel (Artist) Format: Vinyl. Vinyl, Compilation, Original recording, 1976. Special offers and product promotions. I tried to find this Olympic music on . I purchased the vinyl record and had it copied to a . I attended the 1976 olympics in Montreal. The athletes marched in to the traditional olympic march, but then the program began to change. It had a jazzy/rock sound that gave me goosebumps. It must have had the same effect on the athletes, because they started moving and bouncing to the music. This music still gives me goosebumps; it is that good.
Rapport officiel des Jeux Olympiques d'été de Montréal 1976. Official report of the Summer Olympic Games Montreal 1976. Congrès des Fédérations internationales sportives : jeux d'été : Montrèal, juillet 1976 Congresses of the International Sports Federations : Summer Games : Montréal July 1976. Report of the Organizing Committee for the 1976 Olympic Games : presented to the IOC Executive Board Meeting with the National Olympic Committees, Rome, 1. 5. Content 1 - displayed. Rapport du Comité organisateur des Jeux olympiques de Montréal : présenté à la Commission de presse du Comité international olympique, Montréal, 0. 0. Appendixes to report of the Organizing Committee of the 1976 Olympic.
B03 - Olympic Chimes - Olympic Cantata. mp38,553 KB. B02 - March Of The Athletes KB. A01 - Official Olympic Anthem. mp36,970 KB. B04 - March Of The Athletes KB. B05 - Farewell Song. mp33,974 KB. B01 - Ballet 'Homage To The Athletes' Rock Movement. You cannot download any of those files from here
Music Director – René Lacourse. Music Director – Père Charles Dupuis . Music Director – Willis Noble. Music Director, Conductor – Victor Vogel. Producer – André Perry. Recorded By, Mixed By – Mike Thompson. Integrated musical concept from the works of André Mathieu. Recorded at Studios RCA (Montréal) Mixing: Le Studio Morin Heights. (CAPAC).
From the ''Games Of The XXI Olympiad, Montréal 1976, Original Soundtrack''. Ballet of the Closing Ceremony, composed by Victor Vogel, and based on compositions by Andre Mathieu, performed during the parade of nations at the Montreal 1976 Olympics Closing Ceremony. Under the direction of the conductor, Victor Vogel, the Olympic orchestra plays the March of the Athletes, a symphonic suite performed on traditional instruments augmented by Amerindian folk instruments such as tom-toms, rattles, and small bells. Moving in arrowhead formation, they escort the athletes of the Games of the XXI Olympiad.