Sarasate - Eight Spanish Dances & Navarra - Alfredo Campoli
Sarasate - Eight Spanish Dances & Navarra - Alfredo Campoli
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Sarasate - Eight Spanish Dances & Navarra - Alfredo Campoli
Sarasate - Eight Spanish Dances & Navarra - Alfredo Campoli

Sarasate - Eight Spanish Dances & Navarra - Alfredo Campoli

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Pablo de Sarasate - Eight Spanish Dances (eight pieces for violin and piano) & Navarra

Alfredo Campoli – Violin

Belinda Bunt - Violin

Daphne Ibbott – Piano (B4)


1 LP, standard sleeve

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : black

Speed : 33 RPM

Size : 12'’

Stereo

Emil Berliner Studio

Record Press : Pallas GmbH in Germany

Label : Analog Phonic

Original Label : L'Oiseau-Lyre

Recorded at Rosslyn Hill Chapel, 8-9 Nov 1976

Engineered by John Dunkerley

Produced by Peter Wadland

Mastered from the original masters of Universal Music

Remastered by Rainer Maillard at Emil Berliner Studios

Originally released in 1974

Reissued in 2017

 

Tracks:

Side A

  1. Malagueña, Op. 21 No. 1
  2. Habañera, Op. 21 No. 2
  3. No. III Romanza Andaluza, Op. 22 No. 1
  4. No. IV Jota Navarra, Op. 22 No. 2
  5. No. V Playera, Op. 23 No. 1

Side B

  1. No. VI Zapateado, Op. 23 No. 2
  2. No. VII Op. 26 No. 1
  3. No. VIII Op. 26 No. 2
  4. Navarra For 2 Violins, Op. 33

 

Reviews :

« Campoli, who is excellently recorded, is on precisely the right wavelength, leaving us in no doubt of how difficult these works are to paly and yet, paradoxically, making it all sound easy. Opus 23 No.2, a zapateado and probably the least unfamiliar piece here, is a fine example, although so also is No.2 of op.21, a gracefully swaying habanera whose complex filigree is thrown off with the seeming casualness which is the essence of this sort of virtuosity. What is consistent throughout all nine items is the high, and memorable, quality of the melodies. Opus 22 No.1, an Andalucian ballad, is fully of lovely tunes, as is the first piece of Op.23, a playera, with its sorrowful cadences. Occasionally, as in Op.26 No.1, a kind of fandango and the longest item here, this is done in the grand manner, yet never too much so. In the exhilarating Navarra Bunt matches Campoli well, and Ibbott is a good accompanist; but all the interest is in the violin throughout. » - The Gramophone Magazine

 

Ratings :

Discogs : 4 / 5

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