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Act 2: Scene 2 - Richard Bonynge, Adam, The London Symphony Orchestra - Le Diable A Quatre (CD)

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  1. Adam*, London Symphony Orchestra* Conducted By Richard Bonynge: Adam*, London Symphony Orchestra* Conducted By Richard Bonynge - Le Diable A Quatre ‎ (LP, Mono) Decca, Decca: LXT , LXT UK: Sell This Version/5(4).
  2. This new anthology includes the overture from ‘Le Toréador’ as one of the substantial bonus items to a little known two-act ballet, ‘Le Diable à quatre’. This was made in with the luxurious support of the London Symphony Orchestra and the legendary Decca producer Christopher Raeburn behind the .
  3. This new anthology includes the overture from Le Toreador as one of the substantial bonus items to a little known two-act ballet, Le Diable a quatre. This was made in with the luxurious support of the London Symphony Orchestra and the legendary Decca producer Christopher Raeburn behind the 4/5.
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  5. Act II-Scene 3, with Carlotta Grisi and Lucien Petipa, Paris, Recording [ edit ] Richard Bonynge conducted the London Symphony Orchestra in a recording of an edition of Adolphe Adam's score for Le Diable à quatre as staged in Berlin.
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  8. For this Decca recording, Richard Bonynge included a divertissement in Act II, the ‘Pas de fleurs’ (including the famous Naila Waltz), written by Léo Delibes (who had made his début as a ballet composer in ‘La Source’ the year before) for an revival in Paris.

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