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Prélude - Ravel*, Skrowazcewski* . Minnesota Orchestra - Music Of Ravel (CD)

8 thoughts on “ Prélude - Ravel*, Skrowazcewski* . Minnesota Orchestra - Music Of Ravel (CD)

  1. Gardakus
    Ravel. Volume two. Catalog Record Only The 1st work for orchestra; the 2nd and 5th works originally for piano, arr. for orchestra; the 3rd work is an opera excerpt, arr. for orchestra; the 4th work is a piano concerto; the 6th work originally for voice and piano, arr. for oboe and orchestra; the 7th work is .
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  2. Golar
    As mentioned earlier, Martinon also made a single Ravel recording with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra for RCA/Sony in that is excellent and available on CD. Add to these the superbly recorded set made for Vox by Stanislaw Skrowczewski and the Minnesota Orchestra (engineered by Aubort and Nickrenz) and Seiji Ozawa’s set with the Boston.
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  3. Akinoshicage
    Make Offer - Cleveland Orchestra Franz Welser-Most ~ Ravel/Bolero ~ Private Patron CD VG Ravel CD Best of Ravel DM Bolero Spanish Rhapsody, Piano Concerto G major $
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  4. Taulkree
    Label: Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab - MFCD • Series: Original Master Recording • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Remastered • Country: Japan • Genre: Classical • Maurice Ravel, Minnesota Orchestra - Ravel (CD) | Discogs.
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  5. Mikacage
    Concerto For Piano And Orchestra No. 21 In C Major K "Elvira Madigan" / Concerto For Piano And Orchestra No. 23 In A Major K / Fantasy K ‎ (CD, Comp) Excelsior EXL
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  6. Kagalabar
    The Minnesota Orchestra and Music Director Osmo Vänskä's first CD together: an all-Beethoven disc featuring the Fourth and Fifth symphonies. Recorded at Orchestra Hall in Minneapolis in April using Super Audio CD technology, the disc was the first album in a five-year, five-disc cycle designed to record the complete Beethoven symphonies.
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  7. Kagalmaran
    An excellent budget alternative is on Vox with Skrowaczewski conducting the Minnesota Orchestra at about the same time as these Paris sessions. Others revere Boulez, Haitink and Karajan. However as a single Gallic cornerstone to your collection which you might leave as the only Ravel/Debussy entry for years you can hardly better this.
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