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“Pictures at an Exhibition” is a series of 10 musical pieces for piano composed by Modeste Moussorgski in 1874. It is Ravel’s version from 1922 that is the most played today. Inspired by a painting exhibition, this vinyl record was composed as is with interludes representing “the walk” by a visitor form one art piece to another.
Here, this album is interpreted by the Chicago Symphony Orchestra directed by Fritz Reiner and was recorded in 1957 at the Chicago Symphony Centre.
This vinyl record received a Gruvy Award as it is musically and sonically outstanding.
“These are the best vinyl releases of RCA LPs I’ve yet heard. Gorgeous strings, superb bass, avalanche dynamics with that same tape-like ease…” - Jonathan Valin, executive editor, The Absolute Sound.
4. Il Vecchio Castella
9. Ballet Of The Chicks In Their Shells
10. Samuel Goldenburg und Schmuyle
11. The Market Place At Limoges
12. Catacombae, Sepulchrum Romanum
13. Von Mortuis In Lingua Mortua
14. The Hut On Fowl's Legs
15. The Great Gate Of Kiev
200g audiophile pressing
Chicago Symphony Orchestra Fritz Reiner (director)
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