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  1. Claude Debussy La Mer Nocturnes Prèlude à l’apres-midi d’un faune French National Radio Orchestra and Chorus Charles Munch Recorded: Cover contains a commentary in English Concert Hall SMSA E Stereo Record manufactured in the UK in Condition: Vinyl - Clean and unmarked. Sleeve - Clean and unmarked but discoloured.
  2. Debussy abandoned the violin concerto idea and finally finished the piece—for orchestra and wordless women’s chorus—in The new title was Nocturnes but he cautioned that the title was “not meant to designate the usual form of a nocturne, but rather all the impressions and special effects of .
  3. Debussy: La Mer; Debussy: Le Martyre de Saint Sebastien with the New England Conservatory Chorus Soloists Florence Kopleff, Catherine Akos, Phyllis Curtin, and Charles Münch Debussy: Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune with Flutist Doriot Anthony Dwyer; Ibert Escales Martinů: Symphony No. 6 Fantaisies Symphoniques.
  4. Claude Debussy / Charles Munch / French National Radio Orchestra* And Chorus* Claude Debussy / Charles Munch / French National Radio Orchestra* And Chorus* - La Mer - Nocturnes ‎ (LP) Concert Hall: SMS E: Australia: Unknown: Sell This Version.
  5. Claude Debussy / Charles Munch / The French National Radio Orchestra* And Chorus* Claude Debussy / Charles Munch / The French National Radio Orchestra* And Chorus* - La Mer / Nocturnes / Prélude A L'Après-Midi D'Un Faune ‎ (LP) Concert Hall, Concert Hall: SMSA E, SMS E: UK: このバージョンを出品.
  6. While on tour with the Parisian orchestra in the U.S., Munch died suddenly from a heart attack in Back in February , however, he guest conducted the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra in an all-French program that included Debussy's "La Mer."4/5(7).
  7. Charles Munch’s bold and beefy Debussy isn’t for adherents of the gauzier forms of musical “impressionism”, but taken on its own terms it’s pretty special. La mer’s highpoint comes in the center: an extraordinary “Play of the Waves” that perfectly captures the .
  8. I join the throng of five-star reviews for this fabulous CD of Debussy specialties including La Mer and Nocturnes. While Pierre Boulez clearly has the training, background, intuition and temperament to define these exquisite works, it is hard to imagine the bad press this CD received when it came out, mainly in England, where one critic said Boulez "eviscerated" the first movement of La Mer/5(45).

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