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DEBUSSY, Ataulfo Argenta, L'Orchestre de la Suisse Romande

Images Pour Orchestre

Images Pour Orchestre 1. Gigues 2. Ibéria a. Par les rues et par les chemins b. Les parfums de la nuit c. Le matin d'un jour de fete 3. Rondes de Printemps
  • Ataulfo Argenta - conductor
  • L'Orchestre de la Suisse Romande - orchestra
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LP-180G 33rpm:

Nr kat.: CS6013
Label  : SpeakersCorner

This set of pieces is called Images Pour Orchestre to differentiate it from two previous sets of Images each consisting of three pianoforte pieces. The orchestral Images were begun in 1906 and finished in 1912. In Gigues, the sound of an oboe d'amore is heard here. In this movement it is first used for the solo tune in slightly quicker time after the short introduction. Iberia contains three main parts: Par les rues et par les chemins; Les parfums de la nuit; and Le matin d'un jour de fete. The last movement, Rondes de Printemps, takes the music once more into the visionary domain of poetry. Debussy explains these Images: "I am attempting something . . . that might be called reality, but what idiots call Impressionism, a term that is completely misapplied . . . " Throughout the whole set of these orchestral Images Debussey's sensitive apprehension of qualities of tone is apparent. The ear of one of the most refined connoisseurs of sound in his generation is at work. The effect is wonderfully clear, stimulating and moving. Vinyl lovers like those from Speakers Corner can lament about how difficult it can be to dig up audio treasures and enhance them to make them fresh and new. A good mastertape and precise cutting is of prime importance, of course. But a collector's heart will also miss a beat when taking a look at the original cover. Record dealers know this only too well and demand a high price for rare original recordings, as though they were dealing in gold. The rarer the recording, the more expensive it comes. In order to close the gap between the demand for coveted LPs and the potential for speculation with such productions, Speakers corner are re-releasing a number of first-class recordings by Mercury and Decca. All the titles appeared in their catalog but were sold out years ago.


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