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18/12/2009

Enrique Jorda / Paris Conservatoire - Tchaikovsky. Francesca da Rimini -&- Music from Spain - Decca 1950

Tchaikovsky:  "Francesca da Rimini"   (Fantasia after Dante), op.32
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Decca  ACL 89   (LXT 2531)   Reissued 1960. Matrix: ARL 363 -3Dr    
Falla:  "La Vida Breve"  - Spanish Dance No.1     
Granados:  Danzas Espanolas, op.37 -  No. 5: Andaluza  /  No. 2: Oriental  /  No. 6: Rondalla aragonesa     
Turina:  La Procesion del Rocio, op.9  - Fiesta en Triana  ~  La Procesion   
Albeniz, orch: Arbos:  "Iberia" - El Puerto  ~  Triana  
Decca  ACL 12  (LXT 2521)   Reissued 1958. Matrices: ARL337 -2Dr / ARL337 -1Dr                           4 files zip FLAC  Mega Download
L'Orchestre de la Societe des Concerts du Conservatoire de Paris  conducted by  Enrique Jorda 
Rec: 24/28 February 1950 - La Maison de la Mutualite, Paris.   Oct.2015: '1.2' declick+slight treble increase     Not on CD      EMG LXT 2531 review >>>  

The ACL transfer of  'Romeo & Juliet' is in a later Beinum/Collins posting (29 June 2012).



4 comments:

  1. Brilliant. Thank you once again.

    And that's the best - and the best sounding, which doesn't hurt - FDR i've ever heard, even if the cuts are regrettable.

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    1. Pretty impressive (though the Granados suffers from some inferior sound nearing the end): and the orchestral playing is very exciting.
      Due to the 'repetitive material' I can't say I really notice the cut/s (not the case with Toscanini/Kletzki 'Manfred's').

      I have another excellent Paris Conservatoire (ignoring the Fistoulari 'Ballet' previously on MP) nearing completion: Schuricht/Wagner: Gotterdamurung/Tristan (original LXT + an ACL side: this not on CD (except for a Jap issue, I think); but am pondering whether now to start charging for some files- or continue only on the basis I get sufficient 'donations' to cover my costs..

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    2. I'd probably have more success if I could resort to Blackmail (having seen a few 'comments' on the subject of 'acquiring donations'.....)

      It re-occurred to me (again) as have test-transferred Mitropoulos/NYPO: Mendelssohn 3/5 - mentioned as a recent 'want' on the Mitropoulos: Prokofiev/Stravinsky thread; and my dub was stupidly better than Mr Pristine's Abomination: and he gets €€€€€'s for such Debased Crapola...

      Anyway: was just cheered-up seeing this blog referred-to as 'beautiful'...

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  2. Supposedly people who made the early transistor circuitry masterings were paid, too, so things haven't changed that much! For some reason just remembered a quote attributed to Solomon regarding 'guilt' and 'riches' ;)

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