The live performance was captured last year at the site of the original Woodstock in upstate New York, with Daltrey and his band joined by conductor Keith Leveson and The Budapest Scoring Orchestra to play a new arrangement of the record by composer David Campbell.
Tommy Orchestral will be released on July 14 on CD, 2LP and on digital and streaming platforms via Polydor and has been planned in celebration of the original record’s 50th anniversary.
Daltrey says: “Pete Townshend’s music is particularly suited to being embellished by the sounds that an orchestra can add to the band.
“Tommy can mean whatever you want it to mean. I use the characters in it as metaphors for parts of the human condition, so it’s a kind of a story of the human spirit.
“Even though it is 50 years on, I approach it as though I'm singing it for the first time.”
To mark the album announcement, a stream of Pinball Wizard from the performance has been released and can be listened to below.
The Who, meanwhile, are currently on tour across North America on the first leg of their Moving On! tour.
The band will then return to England on June 6 for a special show at London’s Wembley Stadium where they’ll be joined by an orchestra.
Roger Daltrey: Tommy Orchestral
2. It's A Boy
4. Amazing Journey
6. Eyesight To The Blind
8. Cousin Kevin
9. The Acid Queen
10. Do You Think It's Alright
11. Fiddle About
12. Pinball Wizard
13. There's A Doctor
14. Go To The Mirror
15. Tommy, Can You Hear
16. Smash The Mirror
17. Refrain - It's A Boy
18. I’m Free
19. Miracle Cure
21. Sally Simpson
23. Tommy's Holiday Camp
24. We're Not Gonna Take It