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Sinfonia (1968 Berio album)

Luciano Berio: Sinfonia
New York Philharmonic
Released 1969
Recorded 1968
Length 26:37
Label Columbia
The Swingle Singers chronology
American Look
(1969)
Sinfonia
(1969)
The Joy of Singing
(1972)

Sinfonia is a 1968 Columbia Records recording of Luciano Berio conducting the New York Philharmonic and The Swingle Singers in the premier of his 4 movement "Sinfonia." The composer would later add a fifth movement.

In 1992, the London-based "New Swingle Singers" recorded the same work (with an added 5th movement) with the Orchestre National de France conducted by Pierre Boulez (Erato).

Track listing

Side 1: "Sinfonia (Beginning)"

  1. Section I – 6:31
  2. Section II – 4:47

Side 2: "Sinfonia (Conclusion)"

  1. Section III – 12:21
  2. Section IV – 2:58

Personnel

References / external links

  • Columbia Records MS 7268
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