- Ernest Ansermet Collection
- Ravel L'Enfant Et Les Sortilèges - Solists: Motet Choir Of Geneva - L'
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Excellent sound and artistic value!
To be highly recommended
L’enfant et les sortilèges is not a music you hear too much, and that’s a pity, because Ravel really makes great music out of the imaginative script by Colette. Ansermet obviously has the style, performers are excellent. The sound? Perfect.
Title: Ravel L'Enfant Et Les Sortilèges
Artist(s): Ernest Ansermet conducts the L'Orchestre De La Suisse Romande
Baritone Vocals [The Grandfather Clock; The Tom-Cat] – Pierre Mollet
Bass Vocals [The Armchair; A Tree] – Lucien Lovano
Choir – Motet Choir Of Geneva
Chorus Master – Jacques Horneffer
Contralto Vocals [The Owl; A Shepherd] – Juliette Bise
Mezzo-soprano Vocals [The Child] – Flore Wend
Mezzo-soprano Vocals [The Mother; The China Cup; The Dragonfly] – Marie-Lise De Montmollin
Soprano Vocals [A Shepherdess] – Gisèle Bobillier
Soprano Vocals [The Fire, The Nightingale] – Adrienne Migliette
Soprano Vocals [The Princess; The Squirrel] – Suzanne Danco
Soprano Vocals [The Shepherdess; The She-Cat; The Bat] – Geneviève Touraine
Tenor Vocals [The Wedgwood Teapot; The Little Old Man; The Green Frog] – Hugues Cuénod
Voice [The Bench; The Sofa; The Pouffe; The Chair; Figures; Shepherds; Shepherdesses; Frogs; Animals And Trees] – Members Of The Motet Choir Of Geneva
Recording Info: Released by Decca June 1960
Engineer – Roy Wallace Producer – Victor Olof
Recorded at Victoria Hall, Geneva
Transferred from a 15ips 2-track tape
1 Part 1. J'ai Pas Envie De Faire Ma Page 24:56
2 Concl. Oh! Ma Tête! Ma Tête 16:50
Total Time: 41:46
Mastered in Pure DSD256