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Ravel: Bolero, La Valse, Pavane ...
 
14,00 €
 
Formát:
CD
 
 
Dostupnosť:
na sklade / dostupné okamžite
 
 
Katalógové číslo:
0300880BC
 
 
EAN kód:
885470008806
 
 
Autori:
Maurice Ravel
 
 
Interpreti:
Berliner Sinfonie‐Orchester, Gunther Herbig
 
 
Vydavateľ:
BERLIN CLASSICS
 
 
Zoznam skladieb
1

La Valse (Tanzdichtung)

Ma Mère l'oye (Ballett): 5 Kindermärchenstücke

2

Nr. 1 Pavane de la belle au boi dormant: Lent
3
Nr. 2 Petit poucet: Très modéré
4
Nr. 3 Laideronette, Impréatrice des Pagodes: Mouvement de marche
5
Nr. 4 Les entretiens de la belle et de la bête: Mouvement de valse très modéré
6

Nr. 5 Le jardin féerique: Lent et grave

7

Pavane pour une Infante défunte
8
Bolero
Popis
Günther Herbig knew the Berlin Symphony Orchestra well before he took up his post as chief conductor there in 1977. He had already been deputy chief conductor of the present Konzerthausorchester from 1966 to 1972. With this immersion in Ravel's sometimes fairy-tale-like music, the Berlin Symphony Orchestra (BSO) expanded its discography for the first time to include works from the French repertoire, which this capital city orchestra, founded in 1952, had never ignored in its programs but had nevertheless not yet recorded Principal flutist Richard Waage, a member of the orchestra from 1961 to 2002, appreciated his chief conductor's working style - for example, when it came to shaping soloistic parts. "With Herbig, when you got into a certain context, it was more 'open' than with other conductors. He allowed more freedom there." When he was once able to look at Herbig's conducting score, he was impressed by how every harmonic step was marked there, so that the score bore traces of a musicological analysis This architectural view of the music, thinking in formal contexts, was helped by the recording technology of the time, which did not allow for the small cuts that are possible today. Tension arcs are more plausible because there is less fragmentation: "When there are long takes, it is naturally more organic", Richard Waage sums up. It may well have been these working conditions and the conductor's specific style that made it possible to "bring out the character of mourning" even in such an unpretentious piece as the Pavane, which touched Jürgen Kögel and other participants.
 
 
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