Dear music lovers, we are glad very much to be allowed to introduce to you a new music label: 'Santec Music'. This unique project stretches a curve of the demanding classical music up to new instrumental music. Besides, helping of orchestras of international meaning is effective also like the creativity of musicians of the most different nationality. On beauty and harmony thought, in Germany as 'New Classic' to defined compositions, are an expression of wonderful and very pleasant melodies with the most careful care of details and arrangements. These arise, primarily, from the internal setting of the musicians: They lay the biggest value on the contents of the music and compose with swing and competence. Many of the big composers of the past which unforgettable symphonies gave us can be often inspired by the nature; and thus also tries the music of 'Santec Music' from the wealth of beauty and harmony which the nature rescues by the unity of the elements together to scoop. The orchestra plays all instruments, whether piano, harp, guitar, flute, or panflute along with a string-orchestra, but it uses no electronic instruments. The new label 'Santec Music' shows one of the probably most interesting new phenomena in the area of new instrumental music in the international music scene and offers space for limitless creativity. About this CD: From the need to emit the symphonic repertoire of the 18th and 20-th century all over Russia cheers the population originated in 1978 the idea to found a state broadcasting company orchestra and television orchestra. It was decided to transfer weekly orchestra concerts, a draught which had the very successful radioseries of the BBC Symphony Orchestra in England to the model. The orchestra expanded his production to the soundtrack of Russian, European and American film productions as well as to musical priming coats of Russian television films. It also co-operated with European TV stations, as for example with the Italian RAI or the German ZDF. In 1980 the orchestra began a longer result of subscription concerts in Tschaikowsky hall of Moscow. These subscription concerts lasted 36 weeks and were from all beginning in a full success. In addition, the orchestra undertook extensive tour travelling through Europe with appearances in Italy, Spain, Great Britain and also through Korea, China and Hong Kong and only recently the orchestra returned from a concert tour from America which was organised by Columbia Artists and turned out a big success.