11-18-2019, 01:22 PM
I'm new here, so hopefully this will be an acceptable first contribution.
I didn't go to the concert intending to record it, so I didn't have any real equipment with me, but this didn't turn out too badly, considering.

Mega (https://mega.nz/#F!qf4TzKSD!OymSCfV6l86vwmH2X4O_3g)

Kingdom Hearts Orchestra -World of Tres-
Hammersmith Apollo, London
Sunday, 17th November 2019

Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra
Alexandra Cravero, cond.
Elio Di Tanna, piano, except
Yoko Shimomura, piano (Rhapsody in Tres for Piano, Chorus and Orchestra)
London Oriana Choir

Part One:
01 Tuning
02 Dearly Beloved from Kingdom Hearts III
03 Yoko Shimomura's introductions and first speech
04 Music from Kingdom Hearts
05 Music from Re: Chain of Memories
06 Music from Kingdom Hearts II
07 Music from 358/2 Days
08 Pretty Pretty Abilities from coded
09 Music from Birth by Sleep
10 Music from Dream Drop Distance
11 Music from Another Time
12 Diabolic Bash

Part Two:
01 Face My Fears - Kingdom Orchestra Instrumental Version
02 Symphonic Suite: The World of Tres I - Of Gods and Toys
03 Symphonic Suite: The World of Tres II - Tangled with Scares
04 Symphonic Suite: The World of Tres III - A Frozen Fracas
05 Symphonic Suite: The World of Tres IV - A Pirate's Tale
06 Symphonic Suite: The World of Tres V - A Hero's Journey
07 Overture to the Decisive Battle
08 Simple and Clean - Kingdom Tres Orchestra Instrumental Version
09 Yoko Shimomura's second speech
10 Rhapsody in Tres for Piano, Chorus and Orchestra
11 Yoko Shimomura's acknowledgements and third speech

12 Don't Think Twice - Kingdom Tres Orchestra Instrumental Version

The Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra:

First Violins - Duncan Riddell (Leader), Tam�s Andr�s, Sulki Yu, Shana Douglas, Joana Valentinaviciute, Eriko Nagayama, Andrew Klee, Kay Chappell, Anthony Protheroe, Erik Chapman, Sophie Mather, Rosemary Wainwright, Judith Templeman

Second Violins - Andrew Storey, Elen H�f Rideal, David O'Leary, Jennifer Christie, Charlotte Ansbergs, Jennifer Dear, Peter Graham, Stephen Payne, Manuel Porta, Charles Nolan, Sali-Wyn Ryan, Si�n McInally

Violas - Abigail Fenna, Liz Varlow, Ugne Ti�kutė, Chian Lim, Esther Harling, Jonathan Hallett, Triona Milne, Clive Howard

Cellos - Richard Harwood, Jonathan Ayling, Chantal Webster, Roberto Sorrentino, Jean-Baptiste Toselli, William Heggart, Rachel van der Tang, Naomi Watts, Anna Stuart

Double Basses - David Gordon, Benjamin Cunningham, Ben Wolstenholme, Mark O'Leary

Flutes - Emer McDonough, Joanna Marsh

Oboes - John Roberts, Tim Watts

Cor Anglais - Patrick Flanaghan

Clarinets - Katherine Lacy, Sonia Sielaff, Katy Ayling

Bass Clarinet - Katy Ayling

Bassoons - Helen Storey, Fraser Gordon

Contrabassoon - Fraser Gordon

French Horns - Kathryn Saunders, Phil Woods, Finlay Bain

Trumpets - James Fountain, Mike Allen, Adam Wright, Toby Street

Trombones - Matthew Gee, Matthew Knight, Rupert Whitehead

Tuba - Kevin Morgan

Timpani - Matt Perry

Percussion - Stephen Quigley, Martin Owens, Gerald Kirby

Harp - Suzy Willison-Kawalec

Recorded from the stalls, Row E, hard stage left, more or less in front of the kit drummer, who bled around his baffle somewhat, so the levels aren't always great (check out Diabolic Bash to see what I mean). Recorded on a Samsung Galaxy S-10 using RecForge II in 44kHz-Stereo (Mono x 2) mode>WAVs amplified and trimmed in audacity>split using CD Wave Editor>converted to FLAC (level 8) and ffp files generated using Trader's Little Helper.

Feel free to do whatever you like with this recording (share it, re-encode it however you wish, remaster it, whatever you want), but please don't sell it. Please do not try to sell it. A lot of creative people's hard work went into making this music, and it isn't ours to profit from. Plus, you don't want Disney's lawyers after you (and neither do I).

11-19-2019, 06:28 PM
Thank you for the share, I can only imagine what a thrill it must have been to attend this concert :)

11-19-2019, 08:43 PM
You're welcome!
It was wonderful; I can't recommend it enough if you ever get the chance. There was so much good feeling in the room, it was just a delight :-)

11-19-2019, 09:18 PM
I've been to the orchestra every year so far, this year was definitely the best one, for sure.

11-19-2019, 09:21 PM
I went to the concert here in NYC back in June, it was indeed absolutely amazing. I recorded some audio as well, although not as much as I wish I had.

11-19-2019, 10:13 PM
This was the first time I managed to get there. I've been looking forward to it for a long time!

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I went to the concert here in NYC back in June, it was indeed absolutely amazing. I recorded some audio as well, although not as much as I wish I had.

Any chance we could hear it? Apart from audio of the Paris concert on Youtube I haven't managed to find any of the other performances anywhere.