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Cuadros para una Exposición Versión Piano y Orquesta

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Un doble Lp Impresionante, con la interpretación original de los Cuadros para una Exposición para piano y la orquestada por Ravel.

LP 1 SR 90217A

Versión Orquestada por Ravel

Antal Dorati, director

Orquesta Sinfónica de Mineápolis

Grabado en abril de 1959 en  Northrup Auditorium, Minneapolis

Recomendado por Francisco Camino que dice: Dorati y la Orquesta de Mineapolis, en gran forma, realizaron una grabación fogosa, radiante, de un colorido tímbrico restallante.

LP 2 SR 90217B (45 rpm)

Versión original para piano solo.

Byron Janis, piano

Grabado en septiembre de 1961 en Ballroom Studio A, Fine Recording de Nueva York

Francisco Camino recomienda esta vesión y dice: Byron Janis realiza una interpretación igualmente poderosa y cuenta con una toma de sonido que hace justicia a la reputación de las grabaciones del sello Mercury.

Reedición en 180 gr de Speakers Corrner

The orchestral version of Mussorgsky’s musical picture gallery has always been one of the most popular works ever heard in concert halls all over the world. Originally written for the piano, the unsuccessful composer never heard the work in all its symphonic glory, although many of his contemporaries had often been tempted to arrange his works. As early as 1891, ten years after his death, Mikhail Tushmalov – a pupil of Rimsky-Korsakov – presented a first version. However, it is Maurice Ravel’s orchestral version from 1922 that remains unsurpassed to this day. His arrangement amalgamates the original force and angularity of the piano with the brilliance of a modern orchestra.
The transparent and powerful performance by the Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra is complemented by an equally fascinating version from one of Mercury’s main pianists, Byron Janis. In listening to the two interpretations one after the other it becomes clear as to how closely Ravel remained true to the original version while still managing to imbue his genial orchestral version with his own tonal conception. The solo piano recording, released for the first time on vinyl, will certainly be of special interest to record collectors.

DirectorAntal Dorati
OrquestaMinneapolis Symphony
SolistasByron Janis