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Igor Markevitch - Stravinsky: Rite of Spring, Tchaikovsky: Nutcracker Suite (1959) [2016 SACD Definition Serie]

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Artist: Igor Markevitch
Title: Stravinsky: Rite of Spring, Tchaikovsky: Nutcracker Suite
Year Of Release: 1959 [2016]
Label: Tower Records [TDSA-22]
Genre: Classical
Quality: DSD64 image (*.iso) | FLAC (24bit/88,2 kHz)
Total Time: 01:13:33
Total Size: 2,0 GB / 1,1 GB (+3%rec.)


A stereo version of the old EMI recording that should be said to be a synonym of Marchevich `` Spring Festival ''
The first two Tchaikovsky songs recorded at the same time as SACD.
Since its first appearance, Markevich's old EMI (recorded in 1959) board, which is still very popular as a shocking "festival of spring", is the long-awaited first SACD. The bold interpretation and attention to detail are surprising to hear now. Coupling two Tchaikovsky songs with low recurrence frequency while recording at the same time. Two albums have been assembled into one. For this reprint, a new mastering was performed separately for the SACD layer and the CD layer using a 96kHz / 24bit digital master from the home country master. Speaking of Marchevich's "Spring Festival", it is not only one of the masterpieces of the song, but also one of Markevich's many recordings, which is famous for its outstanding performance. It was already talked about in the first recording with the same Philharmonia Orchestra in 1951, and this stereo version, which was re-recorded eight years later, has a shorter playing time and has become more talked about as a more condensed and elaborated recording. Was. The Spring Festival, which has a good sense of balance and good sense, but also calculates instantaneous power and emphasis, was an interpretation that no one had heard before. Of course, the effect is largely due to the stereo recording, and it can be said that it is one of the most successful recordings for the initial stereo recording of the old EMI label. At the time, the Philharmonia Orchestra had a high level of performance skills and did not degrade in terms of quality. By making SACD this time, it is an excellent recording that you can even check the atmosphere at the time. Upon recurrence, two Tchaikovsky songs were coupled. It seems that these two songs were recorded after the "Spring Festival" ended. The recording quality is almost the same, the distinctive and slow interpretation and attention to detail are alive and well. These two songs were infrequently reproduced in the CD era, so this coupling is important in that sense. In addition, these three songs will be all stereo sound sources of the Marchevich & Philharmonia Orchestra left on the former EMI label.
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Tracks:
01-02. Egor Stravinsky: Ballet Music "Spring Festival"
03-10. Peter Tchaikovsky: ballet music "Nutcracker Doll" Suite 71a
11. Peter Tchaikovsky: Fantasy Overture "Romeo and Juliet"
Personnel:
Philharmonia Orchestra
Igor Markevitch (conductor)

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