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a first rate survey of Ibert's orchestra works...

There's no dearth of recordings of Ibert's "Escales" out there - and there may be more ethereal, atmospheric or classic performances to be had (e.g., Munch/Boston) - but this is a very fine compilation. It has the essentials, "Divertissement" and "Escales," but there are some other amazing finds here: a really burlesque "Bacchanale," a frenetically impressionist "Symphonie marine" and - for me - the real gem in the pile, the razzy 1940 "Ouverture de fete," commissioned by Imperial Japan to commemorate the 2600th anniversary of its founding. If this track were on a vinyl LP, I'd have worn it out by now!


Genre: Classical

A private concert organization, the Orchestra of Lamoureux Concerts has one of the longest histories and most honored names in the history of Parisian symphonic music. In the 1990s it began emerging from a period when its historical prestige far exceeded its present artistic merit. Conductor Charles Lamoureux (1834-1899) was offered a contract by the Théätre du Château d'Eau to give weekly symphonic concerts. His orchestra, named the Société des Nouveaux-Concerts, gave its first performance on October...
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