Debussy / Ravel - Charles Munch, Boston Symphony Orchestra - Bolero / Afternoon Of A Faun / Rapsodie Espagnole / La Valse album download
Complete your Debussy, Ravel - Charles Munch, Boston Symphony Orchestra collection. Prelude To The Afternoon Of A Faun. La Valse (Choreographic Poem For Orchestra). referencing The Virtuoso Orchestra, LP, Album, Mono, LM-1984, LM 1984, SLP-7. Mine is with German notes too on backside. Reply Notify me Helpful.
This 1994 reissue in the refurbished Living Stereo series presents the analog recordings of Ravel's Boléro, La valse, and Rapsodie espagnole, which were recorded between 1955-1956, and the 1957 recording of Debussy's Images, all digitally remastered to impressive effect.
Mother Goose" Suite 08. Pavan of the Sleeping Beauty 01:50 09. Hop-o-My-Thumb 03:58 10. Laideronette, Empress of the Pagodas 03:27 11. Beauty and the Beast Converse 04:53 12. The Fairy Garden 04:05. Personnel: Charles Munch - Conductor Boston Symphony Orchestra Maurice Ravel - Composer. Скачать с помощью Mediaget.
02. Rapsodie espagnole- I. ''Prelude a la nuit''. 03. Rapsodie espagnole- II. ''Malaguena''. 04. Rapsodie espagnole- III. ''Habanera''. 05. Rapsodie espagnole- IV. ''Feria''. 06. Pavan for a Dead Princess. 08. ''Mother Goose'' Suite- Pavan of the Sleeping Beauty. 09. ''Mother Goose'' Suite- Hop-o-My-Thumb. 10. ''Mother Goose'' Suite- Laideronette, Empress of the Pagodas
Ravel: Bolero; La Valse; Rapsodie Espagnole. 7. La Valse, . 2 (Choreographic Poem for Orchestra). 8. Pavan of the Sleeping Beauty. The Pavan could hardly present more of a contrast; although Munch refuses to linger, the poise and legato of James Stagliano's horn solo in combination with the reedy, French-style woodwinds create a flowing pastoral idyll rather than a still-life.
La valse, poème chorégraphique pour orchestre (a choreographic poem for orchestra), is a work written by Maurice Ravel between February 1919 and 1920; it was first performed on 12 December 1920 in Paris. It was conceived as a ballet but is now more often heard as a concert work.
He redid Boléro and La valse in the early 1960s, performances that I marginally prefer thanks to their slightly greater brilliance, and the concluding Feria of th. Recorded at Symphony Hall, Boston on January 23, 1956; December 5, 1955; January 23, 1956; Symphony Hall, Boston, December 16, 1957 Boston Symphony Orchestra Charles Munch, conductor. Engineered by Lewis Layton Produced by Richard Mohr. Digitally remastered. Booklet for Ravel: Bolero; La Valse; Rapsodie espagnole, Debussy: Images for Orchestra. HighRes-Studio Master files are lossless at various sample rates from 4. kHz up to 384 kHz or 1-bit (. 224 MHz) for DSD. Studio Master: FLAC (Free Lossless Audio Codec).
Bolero 15:04 Rapsodie Espagnole 02. I. Prelude a la nuit 04:34 03. II. Malaguena 01:54 04. III. Habanera 02:32 05. IV. Feria 06:04 06. Pavan for a Dead Princess 05:48 07. . Tracklist: 01. Bolero 15:04.