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Igor Markevitch - Ravel: Daphnis et Chloe Suite - Stravinsky: The Rite of Spring - Honegger: Symphony No. 5, "Di tre re" (1952)

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Ravel: Daphnis et Chloe Suite - Stravinsky: The Rite of Spring - Honegger: Symphony No. 5, "Di tre re" (1952)

Maurice Ravel - Igor Stravinsky - Arthur Honegger

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In the middle years of the 20th century, the "go-to" conductor for Stravinsky's Le sacre du Printemps was Igor Markevitch. In fact, EMI went to him twice for that epoch-making work, once in 1951 in monaural, and then again in 1959 in stereo, both times with the Philharmonia, and both performances are currently available on a single Testament disc. This 2010 Audite disc presents Markevitch working with the RIAS-Symphonie-Orchester live and on the air in 1952, and the results are incendiary. The German radio symphony is not quite as polished as its English counterpart, but is much further under the skin of the music. And more importantly, Markevitch seems more inspired by the live circumstances, and his performance here is more vital and more violent than his studio recordings. Audite has coupled Markevitch's performance of Le sacre with his 1952 live performances of Ravel's Daphnis et Chloé, suite No. 2, ballet and Honegger's Symphony No. 5, both also with the RIAS-Symphonie, and both as impressive as Le sacre. Though listeners unfamiliar with these scores might be better served technically and sonically by more recent recordings, listeners unafraid of raw playing and rough sound are in for a real thrill.
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Ravel: Daphnis et Chloe Suite - Stravinsky: The Rite of Spring - Honegger: Symphony No. 5, "Di tre re" (1952)

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Daphnis et Chloe Suite No. 2 (Maurice Ravel)

1
I. Lever du jour
00:06:00

Igor Markevitch, Conductor - Igor Markevitch, Conductor

2
II. Pantomime
00:05:14

Igor Markevitch, Conductor - Igor Markevitch, Conductor

3
III. Danse generale
00:04:44

Igor Markevitch, Conductor - Igor Markevitch, Conductor

Le sacre de printemps (The Rite of Spring) (Igor Stravinski)

4
Part I: Adoration of the Earth: Introduction -
00:03:39

Igor Markevitch, Conductor - Igor Markevitch, Conductor

5
Part I: Adoration of the Earth: The Augurs of Spring - Dances of the Young Girls -
00:03:09

Igor Markevitch, Conductor - Igor Markevitch, Conductor

6
Part I: Adoration of the Earth: Ritual of Abduction -
00:01:26

Igor Markevitch, Conductor - Igor Markevitch, Conductor

7
Part I: Adoration of the Earth: Spring Rounds -
00:03:47

Igor Markevitch, Conductor - Igor Markevitch, Conductor

8
Part I: Adoration of the Earth: Ritual of the River Tribes -
00:02:34

Igor Markevitch, Conductor - Igor Markevitch, Conductor

Part I (Igor Stravinski)

9
Adoration of the Earth: The Sage -
00:00:26

Igor Markevitch, Conductor - Igor Markevitch, Conductor

Le sacre de printemps (The Rite of Spring) (Igor Stravinski)

10
Part I: Adoration of the Earth: Dance of the Earth
00:01:09

Igor Markevitch, Conductor - Igor Markevitch, Conductor

11
Part II: The Sacrifice: Introduction -
00:04:05

Igor Markevitch, Conductor - Igor Markevitch, Conductor

12
Part II: The Sacrifice: Mystic Circles of the Young Girls -
00:03:00

Igor Markevitch, Conductor - Igor Markevitch, Conductor

13
Part II: The Sacrifice: Glorification of the Chosen One -
00:01:34

Igor Markevitch, Conductor - Igor Markevitch, Conductor

14
Part II: The Sacrifice: Evocation of the Ancestors -
00:00:48

Igor Markevitch, Conductor - Igor Markevitch, Conductor

15
Part II: The Sacrifice: Ritual Action of the Ancestors -
00:03:26

Igor Markevitch, Conductor - Igor Markevitch, Conductor

16
Part II: The Sacrifice: Sacrificial Dance
00:04:19

Igor Markevitch, Conductor - Igor Markevitch, Conductor

Symphony No. 5, 'Di tre re' (Arthur Honegger)

17
I. Grave
00:08:24

Igor Markevitch, Conductor - Igor Markevitch, Conductor

18
II. Allegretto - Adagio - Allegretto - Adagio - Allegretto
00:09:34

Igor Markevitch, Conductor - Igor Markevitch, Conductor

19
III. Allegro marcato
00:05:47

Igor Markevitch, Conductor - Igor Markevitch, Conductor

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In the middle years of the 20th century, the "go-to" conductor for Stravinsky's Le sacre du Printemps was Igor Markevitch. In fact, EMI went to him twice for that epoch-making work, once in 1951 in monaural, and then again in 1959 in stereo, both times with the Philharmonia, and both performances are currently available on a single Testament disc. This 2010 Audite disc presents Markevitch working with the RIAS-Symphonie-Orchester live and on the air in 1952, and the results are incendiary. The German radio symphony is not quite as polished as its English counterpart, but is much further under the skin of the music. And more importantly, Markevitch seems more inspired by the live circumstances, and his performance here is more vital and more violent than his studio recordings. Audite has coupled Markevitch's performance of Le sacre with his 1952 live performances of Ravel's Daphnis et Chloé, suite No. 2, ballet and Honegger's Symphony No. 5, both also with the RIAS-Symphonie, and both as impressive as Le sacre. Though listeners unfamiliar with these scores might be better served technically and sonically by more recent recordings, listeners unafraid of raw playing and rough sound are in for a real thrill.
© TiVo

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