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Seasons Suite/Le Coq D Or Suit


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1. Le Coq D'or - Suite: King Dodon In His Palace
2. Le Coq D'or - Suite: King Dodon On The Battlefield
3. Le Coq D'or - Suite: King Dodon With The Queen Of Shemakha
4. Le Coq D'or - Suite: Marriage Feast And Lamentable End Of King Dodon
5. Capriccio Espagnol, Op. 34
6. The Seasons - Suite - Winter: Introduction
7. The Seasons - Suite - Winter: The Frost
8. The Seasons - Suite - Winter: The Ice
9. The Seasons - Suite - Winter: The Hail
10. The Seasons - Suite - Winter: The Snow
11. The Seasons - Suite - Winter: Gnomes
12. The Seasons - Suite: Spring
13. The Seasons - Suite - Summer: Introdution
14. The Seasons - Suite - Summer: Waltz Of The Cornflowers & Poppies
15. The Seasons - Suite - Summer: Barcarolle
16. The Seasons - Suite - Summer: Variation
17. The Seasons - Suite - Summer: Coda
18. The Seasons - Suite - Autumn: Bacchanal
19. The Seasons - Suite - Autumn: Petit Adagio
20. The Seasons - Suite - Autumn: Les Bacchantes
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Wonderful old material, grateful for the reissue! Aug. 9 2000
By Mark McCue - Published on Amazon.com
I find it wonderful that this material has been reissued, and such a nice job of it done, too. Over the years I've invested in quite a few vinyl copies of the Seasons/Coq D'Or...and have yet to get a decent pressing. So this one's been relegated to my "kennel" for a long, long time. It was just too good take in to the pound.
On the vinyl I could tell it had nice sound...and on the CD it DOES have good sound. Desormiere's Seasons performance is so danceable, so balletic, so tonally and texturally worked out, nicely and idiomatically played that this becomes an historical reissue that eloquently attests to those qualities that made the maitre so famous. The Coq D'Or could probably be considered the first really good performance that came out on LP, and the Rapsodie, while less forceful than Paray's of the same period, emrges with a balletic danceability also that is striking.
All told, this is a unique document of Desormiere at his characteristic best that serves as an outstanding testament to Desormiere's greatness...and blessedly provides those who know him with a good, clean production for the first time!


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