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Paul Paray Conducts Debussy, Detroit Symphony Orchestra - Ibéria • La Mer • Prelude To "The Afternoon Of A Faun" MP3 FLAC


Album MP3: 2504 mb. | Album FLAC: 2412 mb. | Album WMA: 1329 mb.

Tracklist


1Play Of The Waves
2Fragrance Of The Night
3Prelude To "The Afternoon Of A Faun"
4From Dawn Till Noon On The Sea
5 Iberia (Images For Orchestra, No. 2)
6Dialogue Of The Wind And The Sea
7Morning Of A Festival Day
8 -
9In The Streets And Byways
10 La Mer ("The Sea") - Three Symphonic Sketches


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
6768 266Debussy, Detroit Symphony Orchestra Debussy, Detroit Symphony Orchestra - Iberia • Nocturnes Pour Orchestre • Prelude A L'Apres - Midi D'un Faune • Petite Suite • La Mer ‎(2xLP, Comp, RE)Philips6768 266France1981
SR90010Paul Paray Conducts Debussy, Detroit Symphony Orchestra Paul Paray Conducts Debussy, Detroit Symphony Orchestra - La Mer / Iberia ‎(LP)Mercury Living Presence, MercurySR90010US1958


Credits


  • Composed ByClaude Debussy
  • ConductorPaul Paray
  • Liner NotesDavid Hall
  • OrchestraDetroit Symphony Orchestra
  • Photography By [Cover]Cole Weston


Notes


Recorded in November of 1955 in Orchestra Hall, original home of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra.


Barcodes


  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): MG-50101-A FR7
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): MG 50101B FR1
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped side 1): YMG 50101A MF3 | A2
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped side 2): YMG 50101B MF10 | A1


Companies


  • Recorded At – Orchestra Hall, Detroit

Paul Paray Conducts Debussy, Detroit Symphony Orchestra - Ibéria • La Mer • Prelude To "The Afternoon Of A Faun" MP3 FLAC
Performer: Paul Paray Conducts Debussy, Detroit Symphony Orchestra
Title: Ibéria • La Mer • Prelude To "The Afternoon Of A Faun"
Category: Classical
Country: US
Released: 1956
Label: Mercury
Catalog #: MG 50101
Rating: 4.0/5
Votes: 221
Record Source: Vinyl, LP, Album, Mono