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Charles Munch

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Ravel: Daphnis et Chloé, M. 57 (1955 Recording)

Charles Munch

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Daphnis et Chloé, M. 57 (Maurice Ravel)

1
Scene 1: Invocation to the Nymphs
00:06:25

Charles Münch, Conductor, Main Artist - Maurice Ravel, Composer - Boston Symphony Orchestra, Associated Performer - New England Conservatory Alumni Chorus, Associated Performer - New England Conservatory Chorus, Associated Performer - John Pfeiffer, Producer - Leslie Chase, Recording Engineer - Daniel Guss - John Newton - Mark Donahue, Mastering Engineer - Robert Shaw, Chorus Master - Lorna Cooke de Varon, Chorus Master - Philipp Nedel

(P) 1955 Sony Music Entertainment

2
Scene 1: Entrance of Daphnis and Chloé
00:00:49

Charles Münch, Conductor, Main Artist - Maurice Ravel, Composer - Boston Symphony Orchestra, Associated Performer - New England Conservatory Alumni Chorus, Associated Performer - New England Conservatory Chorus, Associated Performer - John Pfeiffer, Producer - Leslie Chase, Recording Engineer - Daniel Guss - John Newton - Mark Donahue, Mastering Engineer - Philipp Nedel

(P) 1955 Sony Music Entertainment

3
Scene 1: Dance of the Young Girls Around Daphnis
00:00:59

Charles Münch, Conductor, Main Artist - Maurice Ravel, Composer - Boston Symphony Orchestra, Associated Performer - John Pfeiffer, Producer - Leslie Chase, Recording Engineer - Daniel Guss - John Newton - Mark Donahue, Mastering Engineer - Philipp Nedel

(P) 1955 Sony Music Entertainment

4
Scene 1: Dorcon's Advance to Chloé
00:02:12

Charles Münch, Conductor, Main Artist - Maurice Ravel, Composer - Boston Symphony Orchestra, Associated Performer - John Pfeiffer, Producer - Leslie Chase, Recording Engineer - Daniel Guss - John Newton - Mark Donahue, Mastering Engineer - Philipp Nedel

(P) 1955 Sony Music Entertainment

5
Scene 1: Daphnis Reasserts His Love for Chloé. The Dorcon-Daphnis Dance Contest for a Kiss from Chloé
00:00:32

Charles Münch, Conductor, Main Artist - Maurice Ravel, Composer - Boston Symphony Orchestra, Associated Performer - John Pfeiffer, Producer - Leslie Chase, Recording Engineer - Daniel Guss - John Newton - Mark Donahue, Mastering Engineer - Philipp Nedel

(P) 1955 Sony Music Entertainment

6
Scene 1: Dorcon's Grotesque Dance
00:01:37

Charles Münch, Conductor, Main Artist - Maurice Ravel, Composer - Boston Symphony Orchestra, Associated Performer - John Pfeiffer, Producer - Leslie Chase, Recording Engineer - Daniel Guss - John Newton - Mark Donahue, Mastering Engineer - Philipp Nedel

(P) 1955 Sony Music Entertainment

7
Scene 1: The Gracious Dance of Daphnis
00:02:31

Charles Münch, Conductor, Main Artist - Maurice Ravel, Composer - Boston Symphony Orchestra, Associated Performer - John Pfeiffer, Producer - Leslie Chase, Recording Engineer - Daniel Guss - John Newton - Mark Donahue, Mastering Engineer - Philipp Nedel

(P) 1955 Sony Music Entertainment

8
Scene 1: The Triumph of Daphnis and the Ecstatic Union with Chloé
00:00:57

Charles Münch, Conductor, Main Artist - Maurice Ravel, Composer - Boston Symphony Orchestra, Associated Performer - New England Conservatory Alumni Chorus, Associated Performer - New England Conservatory Chorus, Associated Performer - John Pfeiffer, Producer - Leslie Chase, Recording Engineer - Daniel Guss - John Newton - Mark Donahue, Mastering Engineer - Robert Shaw, Chorus Master - Lorna Cooke de Varon, Chorus Master - Philipp Nedel

(P) 1955 Sony Music Entertainment

9
Scene 1: Entrance of the Temptress Lyceion and Dance of Veils
00:02:00

Charles Münch, Conductor, Main Artist - Maurice Ravel, Composer - Boston Symphony Orchestra, Associated Performer - John Pfeiffer, Producer - Leslie Chase, Recording Engineer - Daniel Guss - John Newton - Mark Donahue, Mastering Engineer - Philipp Nedel

(P) 1955 Sony Music Entertainment

10
Scene 1: The Invasion of the Pirates and Daphnis's Unsuccessful Efforts to Save Chloé
00:01:41

Charles Münch, Conductor, Main Artist - Maurice Ravel, Composer - Boston Symphony Orchestra, Associated Performer - John Pfeiffer, Producer - Leslie Chase, Recording Engineer - Daniel Guss - John Newton - Mark Donahue, Mastering Engineer - Philipp Nedel

(P) 1955 Sony Music Entertainment

11
Scene 1: Invocation to Pan by the Nymphs and the Prayer of Daphnis
00:05:03

Charles Münch, Conductor, Main Artist - Maurice Ravel, Composer - Boston Symphony Orchestra, Associated Performer - John Pfeiffer, Producer - Leslie Chase, Recording Engineer - Daniel Guss - John Newton - Mark Donahue, Mastering Engineer - Philipp Nedel

(P) 1955 Sony Music Entertainment

12
Scene 2: Interlude
00:03:15

Charles Münch, Conductor, Main Artist - Maurice Ravel, Composer - Boston Symphony Orchestra, Associated Performer - New England Conservatory Alumni Chorus, Associated Performer - New England Conservatory Chorus, Associated Performer - John Pfeiffer, Producer - Leslie Chase, Recording Engineer - Daniel Guss - John Newton - Mark Donahue, Mastering Engineer - Robert Shaw, Chorus Master - Lorna Cooke de Varon, Chorus Master - Philipp Nedel

(P) 1955 Sony Music Entertainment

13
Scene 2: The Orgiastic Dance of the Pirates
00:03:59

Charles Münch, Conductor, Main Artist - Maurice Ravel, Composer - Boston Symphony Orchestra, Associated Performer - New England Conservatory Alumni Chorus Tenors adn Basses, Associated Performer - New England Conservatory Chorus Tenors and Basses, Associated Performer - John Pfeiffer, Producer - Leslie Chase, Recording Engineer - Daniel Guss - John Newton - Mark Donahue, Mastering Engineer - Robert Shaw, Chorus Master - Lorna Cooke de Varon, Chorus Master - Philipp Nedel

(P) 1955 Sony Music Entertainment

14
Scene 2: Bryaxis Orders Chloé to Be Brought Forward and to Dance
00:00:29

Charles Münch, Conductor, Main Artist - Maurice Ravel, Composer - Boston Symphony Orchestra, Associated Performer - John Pfeiffer, Producer - Leslie Chase, Recording Engineer - Daniel Guss - John Newton - Mark Donahue, Mastering Engineer - Philipp Nedel

(P) 1955 Sony Music Entertainment

15
Scene 2: Chloé's Dance of Supplication
00:04:15

Charles Münch, Conductor, Main Artist - Maurice Ravel, Composer - Boston Symphony Orchestra, Associated Performer - John Pfeiffer, Producer - Leslie Chase, Recording Engineer - Daniel Guss - John Newton - Mark Donahue, Mastering Engineer - Philipp Nedel

(P) 1953 Sony Music Entertainment

16
Scene 2: Creatures of Pan Appear and Frighten the Pirates, Who Flee in Terror, Leaving Chloé Alone with a Shining Crown
00:01:11

Charles Münch, Conductor, Main Artist - Maurice Ravel, Composer - Boston Symphony Orchestra, Associated Performer - New England Conservatory Alumni Chorus, Associated Performer - New England Conservatory Chorus, Associated Performer - John Pfeiffer, Producer - Leslie Chase, Recording Engineer - Daniel Guss - John Newton - Mark Donahue, Mastering Engineer - Robert Shaw, Chorus Master - Lorna Cooke de Varon, Chorus Master - Philipp Nedel

(P) 1955 Sony Music Entertainment

17
Scene 3: Sunrise. Daphnis Prostrate at the Grotto of the Nymphs
00:03:47

Charles Münch, Conductor, Main Artist - Maurice Ravel, Composer - Boston Symphony Orchestra, Associated Performer - New England Conservatory Alumni Chorus, Associated Performer - New England Conservatory Chorus, Associated Performer - John Pfeiffer, Producer - Leslie Chase, Recording Engineer - Daniel Guss - John Newton - Mark Donahue, Mastering Engineer - Robert Shaw, Chorus Master - Lorna Cooke de Varon, Chorus Master - Philipp Nedel

(P) 1955 Sony Music Entertainment

18
Scene 3: Daphnis and Chloé are Reunited
00:01:49

Charles Münch, Conductor, Main Artist - Maurice Ravel, Composer - Boston Symphony Orchestra, Associated Performer - New England Conservatory Alumni Chorus, Associated Performer - New England Conservatory Chorus, Associated Performer - John Pfeiffer, Producer - Leslie Chase, Recording Engineer - Daniel Guss - John Newton - Mark Donahue, Mastering Engineer - Robert Shaw, Chorus Master - Lorna Cooke de Varon, Chorus Master - Philipp Nedel

(P) 1955 Sony Music Entertainment

19
Scene 3: Lammon Tells How Pan Saved Chloé in Memory of His Love for the Nymph Syrinx. Daphnis and Chloè Act out the Story.
00:02:02

Charles Münch, Conductor, Main Artist - Maurice Ravel, Composer - Boston Symphony Orchestra, Associated Performer - John Pfeiffer, Producer - Leslie Chase, Recording Engineer - Daniel Guss - John Newton - Mark Donahue, Mastering Engineer - Philipp Nedel

(P) 1955 Sony Music Entertainment

20
Scene 3: Pan (Daphnis) Fashions a Flute from Some Reeds, on Which He Declares His Love for Syrinx (Chloé)
00:02:27

Charles Münch, Conductor, Main Artist - Maurice Ravel, Composer - Boston Symphony Orchestra, Associated Performer - John Pfeiffer, Producer - Leslie Chase, Recording Engineer - Daniel Guss - John Newton - Mark Donahue, Mastering Engineer - Philipp Nedel

(P) 1955 Sony Music Entertainment

21
Scene 3: Abandoning Their Roles, the Lovers Embrace and Kneel at the Altar of the Nymphs
00:02:06

Charles Münch, Conductor, Main Artist - Maurice Ravel, Composer - Boston Symphony Orchestra, Associated Performer - John Pfeiffer, Producer - Leslie Chase, Recording Engineer - Daniel Guss - John Newton - Mark Donahue, Mastering Engineer - Philipp Nedel

(P) 1955 Sony Music Entertainment

22
Scene 3: Girls Dressed as Bacchantes Enter with Tambourines
00:00:13

Charles Münch, Conductor, Main Artist - Maurice Ravel, Composer - Boston Symphony Orchestra, Associated Performer - John Pfeiffer, Producer - Leslie Chase, Recording Engineer - Daniel Guss - John Newton - Mark Donahue, Mastering Engineer - Philipp Nedel

(P) 1955 Sony Music Entertainment

23
Scene 3: Young Men Invade the Scene, and Joyous Tumult Prevails in Tribute to the Triumph of the Lovers
00:03:58

Charles Münch, Conductor, Main Artist - Maurice Ravel, Composer - Boston Symphony Orchestra, Associated Performer - New England Conservatory Alumni Chorus, Associated Performer - New England Conservatory Chorus, Associated Performer - John Pfeiffer, Producer - Leslie Chase, Recording Engineer - Daniel Guss - John Newton - Mark Donahue, Mastering Engineer - Robert Shaw, Chorus Master - Lorna Cooke de Varon, Chorus Master - Philipp Nedel

(P) 1955 Sony Music Entertainment

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