# Composer: Emmanuel Chabrier
# Orchestra: Detroit Symphony
# Conductor: Paul Paray
# Vinyl (1961 / 1998)
# Number of Discs: 1
# Format: Flac
# DR Analysis: DR 13
# Label: Classic Records / Mercury Living Presence
# Size: 922MB (24/96) + 245MB (16/44.1)
# Recovery: 5%
# Scan: yes
# Server: RS, FF
One of the cleanest classical albums I’ve come across to date. Surface noise was practically non-existent.
From the Classic Records website:
Paul Paray is widely acclaimed as an acknowledged specialist in the French repertoire. The Chabrier pieces are sparkling, buoyant, joyful, and infectious. The sheer zing, gaiety, and color of the others will send spirits soaring. The performance is breathtaking in its dynamic contrasts. The recording is legendary and was transferred from the original three-track master tapes on Bernie Grundman’s all-tube mastering system. Wilma Cozart Fine personally mixed the center channel during the transfer to lacquer. This is a true system-testing LP. Is yours up to the test?
1. España – Rhapsody for Orchestra
2. Suite Pastorale – a. Idylle
3. Suite Pastorale – b. Danse villageoise
4. Suite Pastorale – c. Sous-bois
5. Suite Pastorale – d. Scherzo-Valse
6. Fête Polonaise
7. Overture to “Gwendoline”
8. Danse Slave
All vinyl is cleaned on a VPI 16.5
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