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Disc No: CDBP 9789 This release marks a further instalment in Dutton’s ongoing series of composers conducting their own works. Ravel is heard conducting the Lamoureux Orchestra in his 1928 recording of Boléro. Written as a ballet for the Ida Rubinstein troupe, its impending popularity was clearly signalled by the fact that Ravel was present when Piero Coppola had recorded it, a session that took place the day before Ravel’s own recording – reissued here - and Ravel and his company had allowed Coppola’s recording to go ahead.
Price: Sek. 125 (1CD)
Name: Maurice Ravel
 Conducts Bolero

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Tomasi, Henri Tam-Tam (Symphonic poem for chorus, soloists and orchestra)
            Rec. 1935
Grand Orchestre Symphonique and Chorus - Henri Tomasi
Schmitt, Florent La Tragédie de Salomé
op.50           Rec. 1930
Orchestre des Concerts Walther Straram - Florent Schmitt
Gaubert, Philippe Les Chants de la Mer (Songs of the Sea)
            Rec. 1930
Orchestre Symphonique de Paris - Philippe Gaubert
Ravel, Maurice Boléro
            Rec. 1930
Orchestre de l’Association des Concerts Lamoureux - Maurice Ravel

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