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Ernest Ansermet's interpretation
My experience is that he has more of a feel for conducting the romantic classics. Here, Falla needs more Spanish fire, articulation and life. The recording is excellent and should not be overlooked for classical lovers, but I suggest comparing it to an orchestra more suited to Spanish classics
Excellent performance & sound quality
The DSD64 when compared with the CD (remastered at 24/96) is more transparent and tighter in all hearing ranges. There is no edginess in the highest treble The overall sound is sweeter and the music is more enjoyable.
Title: Falla The Three Cornered Hat & La Vida Breve Interlude & Dance
Artist(s): Ernest Ansermet & The Orchestre de la Suisse Romande
Mezzo-soprano Vocals Teresa Berganza
Recording Info:Recorded by Decca Feb. 12 & 17 1961 Victoria Hall, Geneva
Producer: Michael Bremner Engineer: James Walker
Transferred from a 15ips 2-track tape
1 Introduction 1:36
2 Part 1. Afternoon
3 Part 2. The Neighbour's Dance (Seguidillas) 12:46
4 Part 2. The Miller's Dance (Farruca) 3:16
5 Part 2. Conclusion 12:08
6 La Vida Breve - Interlude & Dance 7:03
Total Time: 43:47