A Whiter Shade Of Pale [DSD Single]

Sven-Ingvart Mikkelsen

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A Whiter Shade Of Pale is a DSD Single of Procol Harum‘s rock classic performed on the Organ by Sven-Ingvart Mikkelsen. The single is from the upcoming album Stairway to Bach – scheduled to release on May 3rd.

Note: The DSD Single is only available in Stereo DSD 64 and Stereo FLAC 96k.  However, the full album will be released in Stereo DSD 512, DSD 256, DSD 128, DSD 64 and the album’s recorded format of Stereo DXD.

The symphonic rock music of the 1960s and 1970s largely drew its inspiration from classical music, and in particular from the composer Johann Sebastian Bach, sometimes using direct Bach quotations, at other times simply using musical phrases that are reminiscent of “old Bach”. It is therefore interesting to examine what happens when you add even more Bach, and play symphonic rock classics on a classical instrument: the organ.

In these arrangements, the connection between Bach and Rock is underlined by a direct interweaving of rock music with quotations from Johann Sebastian Bach, with the result that the music flows together in a patchwork of baroque organ,

Bach and symphonic rock “Stairway to Bach – Rock Classics With A Hint of Bach”. The program will be presented on the large Marcussen organ in the Concert Hall of The Royal Danish Academy of Music.


Sven-Ingvart Mikkelsen, Organ

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A Whiter Shade Of Pale
02:58

Total time: 00:02:58

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970877

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Executive Producer

Lars Hannibal

Mastering

Preben Iwan

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4x DPA4006

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Producer, Recording, Balance Engineer, Editing & Mixing

Ole Moesmann

Release DateApril 26, 2024

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