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This is a long-awaited first CD release of Grétry’s Zémire et Azor. Beecham championed the music of Grétry and edited and arranged this opera for performance. He described discovering Grétry’s music in his autobiography “I was at once attracted by this delicate and delightful music..” This recording is taken from a live broadcast performance in Bath in 1955.
Michel Hamel, Michel Senechal, Bernard Lefort & Huguette Boulangeot
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra
Sir Thomas Beecham