Debussy - La Mer - Munch - Boston Symphony Orchestra on 200g LP
RCA Living Stereo Series from Analogue Productions
25 Premier-Sounding Titles from RCA's Living Stereo Golden Era Available on 200g LP (Cut at 33 1/3) & Hybrid SACD (Most Will Be 3-Channel)
Remastered from the Original 2 and 3 Track Master Tapes & Recut by Engineer Ryan Smith at Sterling Sound in New York
RCA's "golden age" was more like a "golden minute" - in a scant period, roughly from 1958 to 1963, the beginning of the stereo era - pure vacuum tube amplification helped produce recordings demonstrating unparalleled fidelity and warmth, lifelike presence and midband illumination.
Charles Munch conducts the Boston Symphony Orchestra in an excellent 1958 performance of Claude Debussy's celebrated orchestral work La Mer (The Sea) and Jacques Ibert's Ports Of Call which was inspired by the composer's experiences at Mediterranean ports while serving in the navy during World War I.
Pressed at Quality Record Pressings and plated by Gary Salstrom. Packaged in the original tip-on jacket facsimiles that precisely duplicate the original cover art, including the "Living Stereo" logo, LSC numbers and "Shaded Dog" label. These reissues are designed from the mastering, to the cutting, to the pressing and packaging to be the finest RCA Living Stereo LPs ever reissued. These new versions are clearer than the originals and warmer and richer than past reissues!
Composer - Debussy / Ibert
Conductor - Charles Munch
Orchestra - Boston Symphony Orchestra
Debussy - La Mer - Munch - Boston Symphony Orchestra Track Listing:
1. Debussy - La Mer
2. Ibert - Ports of Call