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First Movement: Reveries, Passions - Berlioz* - Ataúlfo Argenta - The Paris Conservatoire Orchestra

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  1. At the first concert with the Orchestra of the Society of Concerts of the Paris Conservatoire, something happened which was extremely unusual for the times: as the last musical notes died away, the audience erupted in effusive applause. By public demand, Argenta .
  2. Symphonie fantastique Op. 14 (Épisode de la vie d'un artiste) (An Episode from the Life of an Artist, Episode aus dem Leben eines Künstlers): I. Reveries, Passions (Träumereien, Leidenschaften) - Largo, Allegro agitato e appassionato assai.
  3. Jan 16,  · Spanish conductor, Ataúlfo Argenta. Argenta was a great conductor, blessed with an infinite talent to bring colour and vitality to mainstream works. He was a fine accompanist, too (check out his LSO Blueback with Campoli playing the Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto).Author: Anthony Kershaw.
  4. Mar 26,  · EMI did Argenta no favors by trumpeting him as a Great Condcutor of the Century, hwere I first encountered this Faust Symphony with the Conservatoire orchestra sounding scrawny (but nicely spooky) and Argenta funning a decided second-best to Beecham from that era/5(6).
  5. Argenta died just short of Decca's adoption of stereo recording technology, and he seldom led first-class orchestras in recordings -- the London Symphony was the only such group he conducted, the rest of his Decca work made with the aforementioned Suisse Romande and the Paris Conservatoire 9/
  6. Berlioz Symphonie Fantastique - Ataulfo Argenta - The Paris Conservatoire Orchestra. Truly fantastic! Great performance and superb audio quality! From a tape recording produced in , the dawn of stereophonic sound, at least for me. We didn't even know then that we should pay attention to interchannel phase.5/5(3).
  7. Berlioz* - Ataúlfo Argenta - The Paris Conservatoire Orchestra* Berlioz* - Ataúlfo Argenta - The Paris Conservatoire Orchestra* - Symphonie Fantastique Op. 14 ‎ (LP, RE, RM) Decca, /5(3).
  8. And how incredible it sounds This gorgeous sounding Decca is from November at Maison de la Mutualité, Paris by Ken Cress and produced by James Walker. It's a beautiful Decca, but also full of power and brimstone.

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