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Lalo: Le Roi d'Ys, Symphonie Espagnole, Concerto Russe Hybrid SACD, SACD


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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Overture - Orchestre De La Suisse Romande
  2. Allegro Non Troppo - Isaac Stern/The Philadelphia Orchestra
  3. Scherzando, Allegro Molto - Isaac Stern/The Philadelphia Orchestra
  4. Intermezzo, Allegretto Non Troppo - Isaac Stern/The Philadelphia Orchestra
  5. Andante - Isaac Stern/The Philadelphia Orchestra
  6. Rondo, Allegro - Isaac Stern/The Philadelphia Orchestra
  7. Prélude, Allegro - Gerard Poulet/Czech Radio Symphony Orchestra
  8. Lento - Gerard Poulet/Czech Radio Symphony Orchestra
  9. Intermezzo, Allegro Non Troppo - Gerard Poulet/Czech Radio Symphony Orchestra
  10. Introduction, Vivace - Gerard Poulet/Czech Radio Symphony Orchestra

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Full justice may be done to Lalo s work on the occasion of his bi-centenary in 2023. Its eminently French style purity, its sharpness, clarity and beguiling colourfulness would ensure a triumph for dedicatee violinist Pablo de Sarasate and acclaim for the Spanish flavour of the Symphony, followed in the 20th century by Stern, Oistrakh and Perlman. Sarasate paid little heed to the Concerto s haunting Russianness whose exquisite splendour was only revealed in 1993 by Gérard Poulet in Prague.

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