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Maurice Ravel conducts Boléro and other French composers conduct.
Tomasi, Henri, 1901-1971 Conductor
Schmitt, Florent, 1870-1958 Conductor
Gaubert, Philippe, 1879-1941 Conductor
Ravel, Maurice, 1875-1937 Conductor
Radio Luxembourg. Orchestre symphonique Performer
Orchestre des Concerts Straram Performer
Orchestre symphonique de Paris Performer
Orchestre des concerts Lamoureux Performer
Symphonic poems (LCSH)
Choruses, Secular, with orchestra. (LCSH)
Orchestral music (LCSH)
Boleros (Music) (LCSH)
Frenchsung or spoken text
Undeterminedsung or spoken text
Englishaccompanying material
The 1st work sung in French and also includes wordless chanting
Table Of Contents
Tam-tam : symphonic poem for chorus, soloists and orchestra, 1931 / Henri Tomasi (Grand Orchestre Symphonique and Chorus ; Henri Tomasi, conductor) (16:37)
La tragédie de Salomé : op. 50, 1907 / Florent Schmitt (Orchestre des concerts Walther Straram ; Florent Schmitt, conductor) (27:58)
Les chants de la mer = Songs of the sea / Philippe Gaubert (Orchestre symphoniqe de Paris ; Philippe Gaubert, conductor) (15:12)
Boléro, 1928 / Maurice Ravel (Orchestre de l'association des concerts Lamoureux ; Maruice Ravel, conductor) (15:41).
Date: 1935-06-03
Date: 1930-04-181930-04-19
Date: 1930-04-031930-04-04
Date: 1930-01-09
Recorded June 3, 1935 (1st work), Apr. 18-19, 1930 (2nd work), Apr. 3-4, 1930 (3rd work), and Jan. 9, 1930 (4th work).
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Tomasi, Henri, 1901-1971. Maurice Ravel conducts Boléro and other French composers conduct