• ELQ4829366 Katalognummer
  • 00028948293667 EAN
  • 2CD Format
  • 1951/1952 Utgivelsesår

Artist
Fistoulari, Anatole

Dirigent
Fistoulari, Anatole

Medvirkende
Staryk, Steven (violin) | Machula, Tibor de (cello) | Berghout, Phia (harp) | Maguire, Hugh (violin) | Heath, Kenneth (cello)

Komponist
Tchaikovsky, Pjotr

Ensemble
Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra | London Symphony Orchestra

Plateselskap
Eloquence

Verk

Tchaikovsky, Pjotr:
Swan Lake, Op. 20 (excerpts):
Introduction
Swan Lake, Op. 20, TH 12 / Act 1:
No. 1 Scène (Allegro giusto)
No. 2 Valse (Corps de Ballet)
No. 8 Danse des coupes (Tempo di polacca)
Swan Lake, Op. 20, TH 12 / Act 2:
No. 10 Scène (Moderato)
No. 11 Scène (Allegro moderato)
No. 13d Danse des petits cygnes (Allegro moderato)
No. 13e Danse des cygnes
Swan Lake, Op. 20, TH 12 / Act 3:
No. 20 Danse hongroise (Czárdás)
Pas de deux
No. 24 Scène (Allegro - Valse - Allegro vivo)
Swan Lake, Op. 20, TH 12 / Act 4:
No. 27 Danses des petits cygnes (Moderato)
No. 29 Scène finale (Andante)

Serenade for strings in C major, Op. 48

The Nutcracker Suite, Op. 71a:
1. Miniature Overture
2a. March
2b. Dance of the Sugar-Plum Fairy
2c. Russian Dance (Trepak)
2d. Arabian Dance (Coffee)
2e. Chinese Dance (Tea)
2f. Dance of the Reed-Pipes
3. Waltz of the Flowers

Sleeping Beauty, Op. 66:
Introduction - Act I: Marche
The Sleeping Beauty, Op. 66, TH 13 / Act 1:
5. Scène (The Palace Garden)
6. Valse
8a. Pas d'action: Introduction (Andante) - Adagio ("Rose Adagio")
8c. Pas d'action: Variation d'Aurore
The Sleeping Beauty, Op. 66, TH 13 / Act 2:
15a. Pas d'action (Vision of Aurora)
17. Panorama (Andantino)
The Sleeping Beauty, Op. 66, TH 13 / Act 3:
22. Polacca (Allegro moderato)
The Sleeping Beauty, Op. 66, TH 13 / Prologue
3h. Pas de six: Variation VI (Lilac Fairy) (Waltz)
The Sleeping Beauty, Op. 66, TH 13 / Act 3
23e. Pas de quatre: Variation IV (Diamond Fairy)
24. Pas de caractère (Puss in Boots)
25a. Pas de quatre: Adagio
28e. Pas de deux: Coda (Allegro vivace) (The Three Ivans)
29. Sarabande
30. Finale: Allegro brillante - Apothéose

Produktbeskrivelse

The Tchaikovsky ballet score recordings conducted for Decca and Philips by the Ukrainian-born Anatole Fistoulari (1907-1995) are prized ‘among the finest ever made’ (Gramophone). As a companion issue to his first, abridged versions of Swan Lake (4825225) and Sleeping Beauty (4827223), this newly remastered set offers another trio of complete LP albums, all stereo recordings from the early 1960s: highlights from Swan Lake made in Amsterdam in 1961, and LSO recordings from 1962 of highlights from Sleeping Beauty, the familiar suite from The Nutcracker and the evergreen Serenade for Strings.
It is the sense of being present at a live performance that critics prized in Fistoulari’s ballet recordings. As an experienced conductor in the pit, who (perhaps apocryphally) led his first opera performance at the age of 12, he understood how to make a score glisten with greasepaint in the studio.
The legendary 1961 Swan Lake was one of the Concertgebouw’s first stereo recordings, and all the solos are brilliantly played by leaders of the Concertgebouw. Nearly 50 years after its release, the climactic moments of the score still continue to overwhelm, not least thanks to the Decca engineering.
The other two albums issued here were originally made by Philips, though the Serenade was first released on its Mercury sub-label, and the Suite from The Nutcracker was not issued at all until 1967, five years after being recorded. The delay is unaccountable: Fistoulari’s light hand at the tiller is unmistakable as the LSO glide through the dances of the second act. An array of soloistic musicians filled the front desks of the orchestra during the early 60s, and the wind and string solos are all played with finesse here and in the excerpts from Sleeping Beauty.

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