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OFFENBACH, Boston Pops, Arthur Fiedler

Gaite Parisienne

  • Boston Pops Fiedler - Offenbach - Gaîté Parisienne
  • 01. Allegro (2:03)
  • 02. Allegro brillante (1:00)
  • 03. Polka (1:25)
  • 04. Länder: Allegro (1:34)
  • 05. Mazurka (2:12)
  • 06. Valse (2:00)
  • 07. Allegro (1:03)
  • 08. Polka (1:19)
  • 09. Valse (2:51)
  • 10. Tempo di marcia (1:18)
  • 11. Valse (1:48)
  • 12. Allegro vivo (0:11)
  • 13. Valse (1:54)
  • 14. Allegro vivace; Misterioso (2:07)
  • 15. Valse (2:41)
  • 16. Allegro vivo (0:25)
  • 17. Cancan (1:44)
  • 18. Quadrille (1:52)
  • 19. Allegro moderato (0:42)
  • 20. Allegro (0:23)
  • 21. Vivo (0:57)
  • 22. Vivo (1:02)
  • 23. Barcarolle (3:45)
  • Boston Pops - orchestra
  • Arthur Fiedler - conductor
  • OFFENBACH
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Nr kat.: LSC1817
Label  : Acoustic Sounds

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Very lively French light orchestral favorites. This release is considered by some to be the best RCA recording of all! Recorded June 1954 in Boston Symphony Hall, Arthur Fiedler conducts the Boston Pops Orchestra.

Fiedler's performance of Offenbach's Gaite Parisienne combines delightfully lyrical music with spectacular sonics to create an unforgettable listening experience. The fabled acoustics of Boston's Symphony hall and the magnificent tonal hues of the Boston Pops are on full display on this fanciful and festive recording.

Gaîté Parisienne (literally, "Parisian Gaiety") is a ballet choreographed by Léonide Massine to music by Jacques Offenbach orchestrated by Manuel Rosenthal in collaboration with Jacques Brindejonc-Offenbach, the composer's nephew. With a libretto and décor by Comte Étienne de Beaumont and costumes executed by Barbara Karinska, it was first presented by the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo at the Théâtre de Monte Carlo on 5 April 1938.

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