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Ravel, Dallas Symphony Orchestra, Eduardo Mata - Bolero - Alborada Del Gracioso - Rapsodie Espagnole album mp3
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In 1907, at the age of 32, he composed hit "Rhapsodie Espagnole" which was first performed by Edouard Colonne in Paris on March 19th 1908. Like Debussy in his "Iberia Suite" Ravel paid homage to the country he loved with music in a typically Spanish idiom. Even while writing the aubade "Alborada del gracioso", the 4th movemnet of the 1904/5 piano cycle "Mirois", Ravel seems to have envisaged orchestral coloration

Album · 1990 · 11 Songs. Eduardo Mata, Dallas Symphony Orchestra & Doug Howard. 3. Rapsodie Espagnole: Prélude À la Nuit. 4. Rapsodie Espagnole: Malahuena. 5. Rapsodie Espagnole: Habanera.

The Complete Early Recordings. Ravel didn't really believe in himself, and didn't compose a ton of music, but he's such a powerful, unique voice. You will return to this disc again and again.

Eduardo Mata/Dallas Symphony Orchestra - Danzón Cubano 08:05. Eduardo Mata/Dallas Symphony Orchestra - El Salón México 10:56. Eduardo Mata, Dallas Symphony Orchestra - IV. Molto deliberato 13:22. Eduardo Mata, Dallas Symphony Orchestra - Miroirs, . 3: IV. Alborada del gracioso 07:22. Dallas Symphony Orchestra, Eduardo Mata - Daphnis et Chloe, M. 57, Tableau III: Pan Fashions a Flute Some Reeds, on Which He Declares His Love for Syrinx 02:36. 57, Tableau II: Creatures of Pan Appear and Frighten the Pirates Who Fell in Terror, Leaving Chloe Alone with a Shining Crown 01:11.

Chicago: University of Chicago Symphony. Creative Commons Attribution Non-commercial No Derivatives .

3 Ravel: Rapsodie espagnole, M. 54 Charles Dutoit, Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal 15:31. 4 Ravel: La Valse, . 2 Charles Dutoit, Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal 12:6. Listen Now About Slacker Radio On Your Phone At Home In the Car.

Ravel: Alborada del gracioso, . 120 BPM. Rapsodie espagnole, M. 54. 15'32. 112 BPM. La Valse, . 2. 78 BPM. Recent albums by Maurice Ravel. L'Heure espagnole, Don Quichotte à Dulcinée. Complete Works for Solo Piano. Orchestral Works 3: Orchestrations. Daphnis et Chloé, Pavane.

Ravel: Boléro; La Valse; Rapsodie espagnole; Alborada del gracioso; Le Tombeau de Couperin. Ravel: Complete Works for Piano Duet. Ravel: Bolero; Rapsodie espagnole; Daphnis et Chloé Suite No. 2; Honegger: Symphony No. Angel Records.

Alborada del Gracioso. Ravel in High Definition: Boléro, La Valse, Rapsodie Espagnole, Pavane and Concertos: Best 2 songs. Jana Brovkina, Морис Равель - Gaspard de la Nuit for Piano, M. 55: I. Ondine 06:37. Tbilisi Symphony Orchestra, Tbilisi Symphony Orchestra and Jansug Kakhidze, Морис Равель - Pavane pour une infante défunte, M. 19 06:52. Album: Ravel in High Definition: Boléro, La Valse, Rapsodie Espagnole, Pavane and Concertos. Tbilisi Symphony Orchestra, Tbilisi Symphony Orchestra and Jansug Kakhidze: best 2 tracks.

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A1 Bolero
Snare [Snare Drum] – Doug Howard
14:47
B1 Alborada Del Gracioso 7:22
Rapsodie Espagnole
B2 Prélude À La Nuit 4:05
B3 Malagueña 2:01
B4 Habanera 2:50
B5 Feria 5:51

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  • Distributed By – RCA/Ariola-Ariola/RCA
  • Distributed By – Ariola/RCA-RCA/Ariola
  • Manufactured By – RCA Records Factory, Italy
  • Distributed By – RCA S.P.A.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – RCA/Ariola International
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – RCA Corporation
  • Manufactured By – RCA S.P.A.
  • Copyright (c) – RCA/Ariola International
  • Copyright (c) – RCA Corporation
  • Recorded At – Cliff Temple Baptist Church, Dallas

Credits

  • Conductor – Eduardo Mata
  • Mastered By [Disc Mastering] – Guido Di Toma
  • Performer – Dallas Symphony Orchestra
  • Photography By – Luigi Ghirri
  • Producer – Jay David Saks
  • Sleeve Notes – John W. Duarte

Notes

On Back sleeve:
All timings are approximate

Maurice ravel's most popular orchestral work, the "Bolero", was born of a kind of necessity. When, in 1928, the dancer and choreographer, Ida Rubinstein, approached him with a request to orchestrate some pieces from Albéniz's "Iberia" for a ballet she was planning, he agreed at once. It was only when he was made aware that Albéniz's heirs had transferred the sole orchestration rights to the spanish conductor, Enrique Arbós, (later he generously offered to stand down in Ravel's favour) that Ravel withdrew from the original plan. And then during a brief holiday in Saint-Jean-de-Luz he had the idea of constructing an orchestral work of his own, entirely on the "generative insistence" of a constantly repeated two-sectioned theme. Ravel's ballet "Bolero" was finally staged to Ida Rubinstein's chreography at the Paris Opera on November 22nd 1928.
In 1907, at the age of 32, he composed hit "Rhapsodie Espagnole" which was first performed by Edouard Colonne in Paris on March 19th 1908. Like Debussy in his "Iberia Suite" Ravel paid homage to the country he loved with music in a typically Spanish idiom.
Even while writing the aubade "Alborada del gracioso", the 4th movemnet of the 1904/5 piano cycle "Mirois", Ravel seems to have envisaged orchestral coloration. In the orchestral Version, done in 1918 and first played in May 1919, there are generous use of percussion, skilful deployment of strings, woodwind tongue tremoli and trombone glissandi.

Maurice Ravels populärstes Orchesterwerk, der "Bolero", wurde aus einer Art Zwangssituation geboren. Ales die Tänzering und Choreographin Ida Rubinstein 1928 mit der Bitte an ihn herantrat, einige Stücke aus Albéniz' "Iberia" für eine geplante Balletaufführung zu orchestrieren, erklärte er sich spontan bereit. Erst nachdem Ravel davon Kenntnis erhalten hatte, daß die Erben von Albéniz dem spanischen Dirigenten Enrique Arbós das alleinige Recht zur Orchestrierung eingeräumt hatten (auf das Arbós später großzügig zugunsten Ravels verzichten wollte), nahm er von dem ursprünglichen Plan Abstand. Während eines kurzen Urlaubs in Saint-Jean-de-Luz kam ihm der Einfall, in einem eigenen Orchesterstück ganz auf die "insistierende Kraft" eines ständig wiederholten zweiteiligen Themas zu bauen. In der Choreogrphie Ida Rubinsteins ging schließlich Ravels Ballett "Bolero" am 22. November 1928 an der Pariser Opéra in Szene.
Auch in der 1907 komponierten, am 19. März 1908 von Edouard Colonne in Paris uraufgeführten "Rhapsodie espagnole" huldigt der damals 32 jährige, ähnlich wie Debussy in der "Iberia-Suite", mit einer Musik in typisch spanischem Idiom der Liebe zu seinem "zweiten Heimatland".
Bei dem Morgenständchen des Narren ("Alborada del gracioso"), dem 4. Satz des 1904/05 komponierten Klavierzyklus "Miroirs", scheinen Ravel bereits Orchesterfarben vorgeschwebt zu haben. Aus dem Jahr 1918 stammt die erstmals im Mai 1919 gespielte Orchestertranskription des Stücks mit ihrem ausgiebigen Einsatz des Schlagzeugs, raffinierten Streicherteilungen, Zungentremolie der Holzbläser und Posaunenglissandi.

La plus populaire des oeuvres orchestrales de Maurice Ravel, le "Bolero", naquit d'une situation qui signifia pour le compositeur une sorte de contrainte. Lorsque la danseuse et choréographe Ida Rubinstein s'était adressée à lui, en 1928, en le priant d'orchestrer quelques morceaux de l'"Iberia" d'Albéniz pour un spectale de ballet qu'elle projetait, il avait spontanément donné son accord.Ce fut seulement après avoir appris que les héritiers d'Albéniz avaient concédé au chef d'orchestre espagnol Enrique Arbós l'exclusivité de l'orchestration des oeuvres dont ils étaient légataires qu'il abandonna le projet initial. Durant les brèves vacances à Saint-Jean-de-Luz, l'idée lui vint de composer une oeuvre orchestrale de son propre cru dans laquelle il miserait et compterait entièrement sur "l'insistance" d'un thème à deux volets perpetuellement répété. Ce fut finalement le 22 novembre 1928 que "Boléro", ballet de Ravel, fut monté à l'Opéra de Paris dans la choréographie d'Ida Rubinstein.
Dans la "Rhapsodie espagnole" composée en 1907 et créée à Paris le 19 mars par Edouard Colonne, Ravel, qui avait alors trente-deux ans, sacrifie également, semblable en cela à Debussy dans sa "Suite d'Iberia". à l'amour qu'il éprouvait pour sa "seconde patrie" avec une musique d'un langagae typiquement espagnol. Il semble que ravel ait déjà eu la vague idée de couleurs orchestrales pour l'aubade du bouffon ("Alborada del gracioso"), quatrième mouvement du cycle pianistique des "Miroirs", composé en 1904/1905. C'est de l'année 1918 que date la transcription orchestrale de cette page, qui fut jouée pour la première fois en mai 1919 et qui se distingue par son abondant usage de la percussion, par ses divisions raffinées des cordes, par les trèmolos et coups de langue des bois et les glissandi de trombones.

Il brano orchestrale più popolare di Maurice Ravel, il "Bolero", è frutto di un caso di necessità. Quando, nel 1928, la ballerina e coreografa Ida Rubinstein si rivolse a lui per chiedergli di orchestrare alcune pagine tratte da "Iberia" di Albéniz per uno spettacolo di balletto che voleva realizzare, Ravel aveva spontaneamente accettato la proposta. Fu solo dopo aver appreso che gli eredi di Albéniz avevano concesso al direttore spagnolo Enrique Arbós l'esclusività per l'orchestrazione delle opere di cui erano depositari (diritto al quale Arbós, generosamente, volle poi rinunciare in favore di Ravel), che il compositore francese abbandonò il progetto iniziale. Durante una breve vacanza a Saint-Jean-de-Luc gli venne l'idea di creare lui stesso una composizione orchestrale, basandola interamente sull'insistenza di un tema bipartito constantemente ripetuto. Così, il 22 novembre 1928, il "Bolero" fu messo in scena all'Opera di Parigi, con la coreografia di Ida Rubinstein.
Nella "Rapsodia spagnola" composta nel 1907 e rappresentata per la prima volta a Parigi il 19 marzo 1908 da Edouard Colonne, l'allora trentaduenne Ravel rende omaggio, con un linguaggio msicale squisitamente spagnolo, alla sua amata "seconda patria" - come aveva fatto Debussy nella Suite "Iberia". Sembra che sin dal primo concepimento dell'"Alborada del gracioso", 4° movimento del ciclo pianistico "Miroirs" (Specchi) composto tra il 1904 e il 1905, Ravel avesse già in mente timbri e colori orchestrali. La trascrizione per orchestra di questa pagina avvenne nel 1918, e la sua prima esecuzione nel 1919. Si distingue per un uso generoso della percussione, per l'abilità e la raffinatezza degli archi, per i tremoli dei legni, e per i glissandi dei tromboni.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 035628 443816
  • Matrix / Runout (Center Label A): GL 84438/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Center Label B): GL 84438/B
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout A): (EDP)M1,SFI SM8 JA
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout A): ARCI-4438ⒶI-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout A, leading 'AR' scratched out): ARGL 84438- I7
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout A, scratched out): (ATCI-4096A I)
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout B): (EDP)M2SFI SM5 JA
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout B): ARC-I-4438-B-10 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout B): ARC-I-4438-Ⓑ-10-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout B, scratched out): ATCI-4096B-10
  • Rights Society: BIEM / SIAE
  • Label Code: LC 0316
  • Other (Artist & Title as on spine): RAVEL: Bolero / Mata
  • Other (Catalog Number Other Media (Cassette)): GK 84438
  • Other (Distribution Code D): AG
  • Other (Distribution Code F): RC 330
  • Other (Distribution Code UK): EF

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
RL 13686 Ravel* - Eduardo Mata / Dallas Symphony Orchestra Ravel* - Eduardo Mata / Dallas Symphony Orchestra - Bolero / Alborada Del Gracioso / Rhapsodie Espagnole ‎(LP, Album) RCA Red Seal RL 13686 Germany 1980
ARC1-4438 Maurice Ravel, Eduardo Mata, Dallas Symphony Orchestra Maurice Ravel, Eduardo Mata, Dallas Symphony Orchestra - Bolero / Rapsodie Espagnole / Alborada Del Gracioso ‎(LP, Album) RCA Red Seal ARC1-4438 US 1981
RL 13686 Ravel* - Eduardo Mata / Dallas Symphony Orchestra Ravel* - Eduardo Mata / Dallas Symphony Orchestra - Bolero / Alborada Del Gracioso / Rhapsodie Espagnole ‎(LP) RCA Red Seal RL 13686 Brazil 1980
RCD14438 Ravel* - Dallas Symphony Orchestra, Eduardo Mata Ravel* - Dallas Symphony Orchestra, Eduardo Mata - Bolero - Alborada Del Gracioso - Rapsodie Espagnole ‎(CD, Album) RCA Victrola RCD14438 Germany Unknown
ARC1-3686 Ravel* - Eduardo Mata / Dallas Symphony Orchestra Ravel* - Eduardo Mata / Dallas Symphony Orchestra - Bolero / Alborada Del Gracioso / Rhapsodie Espagnole ‎(LP) RCA Red Seal ARC1-3686 US 1980
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