Ravel’s Boléro: a serendipitous selection of fifteen performances from across the decades – from Franz André to Klaus Tennstedt (alphabetical) if arranged in a somewhat higgledy-piggledy order, and including recordings conducted by Ravel himself, Celibidache, Coppola, Martinon, Mravinsky and Felix Slatkin.

Ravel’s Boléro: a serendipitous selection of fifteen performances from across the decades – from Franz André to Klaus Tennstedt (alphabetical) if arranged in a somewhat higgledy-piggledy order, and including recordings conducted by Ravel himself, Celibidache, Coppola, Martinon, Mravinsky and Felix Slatkin.

Maurice Ravel (1875-1937) This post prompted by Comments left on this review: RELEASED TODAY, January 28: John Wilson & Sinfonia of London record music by Maurice Ravel for Chandos. Why fifteen recordings? Because fifteen minutes is the average playing time of...