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La Consagración de la Primavera

1 LP Precintado

IVA incluido


Impactante interpretación de Georg Solti de una de las obras transcendentales del siglo XX.

Igor Stravinsky: La Consagración de la Primavera

Georg Solti, director

Orquesta Sinfónica de Chicago

Grabación de mayo de 1974 en Medinah Temple de Chicago

Una de las partituras más impactante del pasado siglo dirigida por uno de los directores de mayor impacto de los últimos tiempos, un coctel perfecto para que los ingenieros de la Decca lograsen una grabación fabulosa, de impacto!!!

Reedición en 180 gr de Speakers Corner

To be sure: no other 20th-century ballet music has ever created such a commotion as this ancient rite of spring: it began with a turmoil which developed into a full-scale brawl at the premiere performance in the concert hall, was sung hymns of praise and suffered devastating reviews by critics who tore the work apart, and led up to the musico-philosophical libel written in the Fifties by that self-acclaimed “chief enemy” of Stravinsky, W. A. Adorno.
This thrilling, epoch-making masterpiece remains fascinating to this very day thanks to its bloodcurdling rhythms, its secretive, intertwined melodies, and the boiling, seething, and lashing of the titanic instrumental forces. And Sir Georg Solti and his phenomenal orchestra certainly ensure that all this is brought over to the listener. The notes of the lyrical passages simply fly out of the loudspeakers with the lightness and airyness to which one is accustomed with DECCA recordings from this era. But one can still be astounded by this audiophile work of art: such a gentle, voluminous, lashing and pounding sound-storm is only normally heard live in the concert hall. And precisely because this recording sounds so marvellous, it tops the vinyl charts in the American specialist magazine The Absolute Sound.