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Artist: Ernest Ansermet
Ansermet, a great conductor who left his mark on the history of classical music with his exquisite and colorful performances As the conductor for Diaghilev's Ballets Russes, the master Swiss conductor Ernest Ansermet (November 11, 1883-February 20, 1969) premiered many important compositions of the early 20th century, such as Stravinsky's Soldier's Tale, Nightingale, and Pulcinella; Falla's Three - Cornered Hat; Prokofiev's Tale of the Buffoon; and Satie's Parade. And above all, he is known for founding the Swiss Romande Orchestra in 1919 and, as its musical director, developing it into a global presence. In 1946, he entered an exclusive contract with the Decca label and made a vast amount of recordings covering French, Russian, 20th century, and German and Austrian music. Many of these recordings were highly evaluated in the LP age, complemented as they were by excellent recording technology
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