`Gaspard de la nuit` three poems by Aloysius Bertrand (1908)
1. Ondine: Lent
2. Le Gilbet: Tres lent
3. Scarbo: Modere-vif
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Recorded: 1963, 20 May, Live at Kursaal Teatro Apollo, `I concerti di Lugano`, Switzerland.
Taken from a RCA (UK) LP recorded in 1967.
2015 Music and Arts Programs of America
XV Tchaikovsky Competition.
Tippet Rise Art Center, The Olivier Music Barn, August 21, 2016.
Recorded: November 20-22, 2015, Paris.
Taken from a LP released by MUSIDISC (France) in 1960s.
Recorded: December 3-7, 1951, New York.
Recorded: April 2006, Sweden.
Recorded in July, 1999 at The Ford Centre For The Performing Arts, Toronto (Ontario), Canada.
Recording venue Snape Maltings Concert Hall; 18–20 February and 16 & 17 March 1988.
Recorded at the Capitol Records Melrose Studio, Hollywood, California (USA), January 1952.
Taken from a LP released by MELODIYA in 1970s.
¹2 Le Gilbet. Recorded about 1925 and played back on a Steinway Duo-Art piano for this 1966 Everest recording. Everest Stereo X-912.
ABBEY SIMON (piano). Recorded in USA, ca. 1975.
Live recording in Christ Church Cathedral, Ottawa (Ontario), Canada, June 26, 2205. Igor SALOV, First Grand Prix, Montréal International Musical Competition (Canada), 2005.
Orchestre National de Lyon, conductor Leonard Slatkin. Label: Naxos. Rec. 28-29 November 2012, Lyon.
Recording: St. George`s Church, Brandon Hill, Bristol, July 30-31, 1990.
Date of recording: 10-14 March 1991. Recording location: Amsterdam.
01.02.1957; 12.03.1957; 16-17.04.1957; 25.02.1958.
22-23.03.1967; 04.04.1967; 3, 5-7.06.1967.
Recorded in Paris (France). Taken from a LP released by RCA VICTOR (USA) in 1957.
February 7-11, 2005, Vienne.