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Sinfonía Nº 1 Clásica; Glinka; Borodin Estepas de Asia Central

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Una de las mejores versiones de esta preciosa primera sinfonía de Sergei Prokofiev.

Sergei Prokofiev: Symphonie classique

Mikhail Glinka: Kamarinskaya Fantasia, Overture A Life For The Czar Alexander Borodin: In The Steppes Of Central Asia

Ernest Ansermet, director

Orquesta de la Suisse Romande

Grabado en marzo de 1961 en la Victoria Hall de Ginebra

No sería lógico arremeter contra los críticos de las guías discográficas, como tampoco es lógico el que no hayan incluido esta grabación entre las preferidas sinfonías clásicas de Prokofiev. Versión mítica, grabación perfecta, sonido espectacular, una versión única, el resto de las obras al mismo nivel.

Reedición en 180 gr de Speakers Corner

Thankfully musical genres have been spared from being described with new buzz words such as 'Kleinkunst' which could be translated as 'Small Arts'. But music in small forms – maybe set down on just a few pages of manuscript paper – certainly exists. Prokofiev’s miniature, the Symphonie classique, combines several superlatives as regards both its musical notes and form: it is only 15 minutes long, contains a wealth of melodic ideas, and is the most performed of all Prokofiev’s symphonies.
This four-movement composition employs traditional forms such as the sonata form in the outer movements and the pre-Classical dances menuet and gavotte. The work’s carefree esprit, serenade-like humour, and courtly elegance is delightful throughout and culminates in a high-spirited 'sturm und drang' Finale.
On the B side is Glinka’s Kamarinskaya Fantasia, only eight minutes long but captivating with its extremely closely-knit compositional style, and his Overture to A Life for the Tsar – a showpiece whose leitmotifs are truly forward-looking. Alongside these classical-romantic musical gems, Borodin’s In The Steppes of Central Asia acts as an ideal programmatic amalgamation of the Orient and the Occident, and fits perfectly into this choice of repertoire.

DirectorErnest Ansermet
OrquestaSuisse Romande

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