Ravel: Boléro; Borodin: Music from Kismet; Bizet: Suites from Carmen ()

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composed by Erich Kunzel, Georges Bizet, Isaac Albéniz, Maurice Ravel

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Ravel: Boléro; Borodin: Music from Kismet; Bizet: Suites from Carmen - Cincinnati Pops Orchestra; Erich Kunzel (conductor)
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  1. Boléro, ballet for orchestra, M. 81
  2. Music as Popularized in Kismet (after Borodin): Part 1: Excerpts from Symphony No. 2 / In the Steppes of Central Asia / String Quartet No. 2 / Symp
  3. Music as Popularized in Kismet (after Borodin): Part 2: Excerpts from String Quartet No. 2 / Overture to Prince Igor / Petite Suite / Polovtsian Da
  4. Carmen Suite for orchestra No. 1 (assembled by Ernest Guirard)
  5. Carmen Suite for orchestra No. 2 (assembled by Ernest Guirard): March of the Smugglers (Act 3)
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  1. Boléro, ballet for orchestra, M. 81
  2. Music as Popularized in Kismet (after Borodin): Part 1: Excerpts from Symphony No. 2 / In the Steppes of Central Asia / String Quartet No. 2 / Symp
  3. Music as Popularized in Kismet (after Borodin): Part 2: Excerpts from String Quartet No. 2 / Overture to Prince Igor / Petite Suite / Polovtsian Da
  4. Carmen Suite for orchestra No. 1 (assembled by Ernest Guirard)
  5. Carmen Suite for orchestra No. 2 (assembled by Ernest Guirard): March of the Smugglers (Act 3)
  6. Carmen Suite for orchestra No. 2 (assembled by Ernest Guirard): Habañera (Act 1)
  7. Carmen Suite for orchestra No. 2 (assembled by Ernest Guirard): Song of the Toreador (Act 2)
  8. Carmen Suite for orchestra No. 2 (assembled by Ernest Guirard): The Changing of the Guard (Children's Chorus from Act 1)
  9. Carmen Suite for orchestra No. 2 (assembled by Ernest Guirard): Danse Bohème (Act 2)
  10. Iberia Suite, for orchestra (orchestrated by Arbos from "Iberia" for piano): Féte-dieu à Séville
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With more than 80 albums produced on the Telarc label, the commitment of Erich Kunzel -- the so-called Prince of Pops -- and the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra to the proliferation of classical music is abundantly clear. Not only does the orchestra reach record numbers of live audience members each year, but the superbly produced and recorded Telarc CDs introduce classical music the world over. The recordings of the Cincinnati Pops completely sidestep the throngs of other pop classical recordings out there that employ inferior ...

Ravel: Boléro; Borodin: Music from Kismet; Bizet: Suites from Carmen 2008, Telarc Distribution

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