Stadium Symphony Orchestra of New York, Carlos Chávez – Chávez: Sinfonia India, Sinfonia de Antigona & Sinfonia Romantica (Remastered) (2018) [FLAC 24 bit, 96 kHz]

Stadium Symphony Orchestra of New York, Carlos Chávez - Chávez: Sinfonia India, Sinfonia de Antigona & Sinfonia Romantica (Remastered) (2018) [FLAC 24 bit, 96 kHz] Download

Artist: Stadium Symphony Orchestra of New York, Carlos Chávez
Album: Chávez: Sinfonia India, Sinfonia de Antigona & Sinfonia Romantica (Remastered)
Genre: Classical
Release Date: 2018
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 96 kHz
Duration: 43:48
Total Tracks: 5
Total Size: 871 MB

Tracklist:

1-1. Stadium Symphony Orchestra of New York & Carlos Chávez – Symphony No. 2 ‘Sinfonia India’ (11:16)
1-2. Stadium Symphony Orchestra of New York & Carlos Chávez – Symphony No. 1 ‘Sinfonia de Antigona’ (10:57)
1-3. Stadium Symphony Orchestra of New York & Carlos Chávez – Symphony No. 4 ‘Sinfonia Romantica’: I. Allegro (07:07)
1-4. Stadium Symphony Orchestra of New York & Carlos Chávez – Symphony No. 4 ‘Sinfonia Romantica’: II. Molto lento (05:14)
1-5. Stadium Symphony Orchestra of New York & Carlos Chávez – Symphony No. 4 ‘Sinfonia Romantica’: III. Finale. Vivo non troppo mosso (09:13)

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This is composer Carlos Chávez himself who conducts these recordings of his own works, made in 1958 with the New York Stadium Orchestra. This is an orchestra “for the occasion”, gathering without any doubt the best musicians from the various New York orchestras, which is confirmed by the list of conductors that were at its helm: Stokowski mainly, Bernstein sometimes. This is thus one of these extraordinary concert and studio orchestras, and it must be said that these Chávez sessions are truly exceptional: the composer instills his incredible vital rage to these musicians, in his first (Sinfonia de Antigona, 1932), second (Sinfonia India, 1936) and fourth (Sinfonia romantica, 1952) symphonies. The titles have been coined by Chávez, and it should be made clear that “India” actually applies to the pre-Columbian civilizations from which come singular ritual or folk chants, perpetuated by the Ancients, up to and including during our time: nowadays we would probably talk about “pre-Hispanic” or “Native American” symphony. These historical recordings have of course been subject to a superb remaster, so that them being around sixty years old really doesn’t show. A must-hear.

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