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GLUCK, Regine Crespin, Robert Massard, Chorus & Orchestra of the Opera Nacional, Mexico City, George Sebastian

Iphigenie en Tauride

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1 Ouverture. Une tempête 02:31 2 Act 1. Grands Dieux! Soyez-nous secourables 06:09 3 Act 1. Cette nuit... j'ai revu le palais de mon père 03:34 4 Act 1. Ô songe affreux! 01:43 5 Act 1. Ô toi qui prolongeas mes jours 06:32 6 Act 1. Dieux! Le malheur en tous lieux suit mes pas 01:02 7 Act 1. Le ciel par d'éclatants miracles 03:47 8 Act 1. Les Dieux apaisent leur courroux 00:38 9 Act 1. Grands Dieux! recevez nos offrandes 01:28 10 Act 1. Dieux! Étouffez en moi 00:40 11 Act 1. Et vous, à nos Dieux tutélaires 00:21 12 Act 1. Il nous fallait du sang 03:24 13 Act 1. Malheureux! quel dessein 00:49 14 Act 1. Il nous fallait du sang 01:01 15 Act 2. Quel silence effrayant! 02:18 16 Act 2. Je t'ai donné la mort 02:27 17 Act 2. Quel langage accablant 00:54 18 Act 2. Unis dès la plus tendre enfance 04:17 19 Act 2. Etrangers malheureux 01:20 20 Act 2. Dieux! Protecteurs de ces affreux rivages 04:05 21 Act 2. Vengeons et la nature et les Dieux 02:01 22 Act 2. Je vois toute l'horreur 05:13 23 Act 2. Ô ciel! De mes tourments la cause 02:01 24 Act 2. Ô malheureuse Iphigénie! 04:54 25 Act 2. Honorez avec moi ce héros qui n'est plus 06:35 1 Act 3. Je cède à vos désirs 01:52 2 Act 3. D'une image, hélas! Trop chérie 03:37 3 Act 3. Voici ces captifs malheureux 02:02 4 Act 3. Je pourrais du tyran tromper la barbarie 03:07 5 Act 3. Ô moment trop heureux! 01:31 6 Act 3. Dieux, fléchissez son coeur 03:43 7 Act 3. Ah! mon ami, j'implore ta pitié! 02:28 8 Act 3. Que je vous plains! 02:52 9 Act 3. Puisque le ciel à vos jours s'intéresse 01:06 10 Act 3. Divinité des grandes âmes 02:09 11 Act 4. Non, cet affreux devoir 00:45 12 Act 4. Je t'implore et je tremble 04:21 13 Act 4. Ô Diane, sois-nous propice! 04:59 14 Act 4. Chaste fille de Latone 03:06 15 Act 4. Quel moment! Dieux puissants! 03:36 16 Act 4. Tremblez, on sait tout le mystère 00:55 17 Act 4. De tes forfaits la trame este découverte 01:43 18 Act 4. C'est à toi de mourir 00:40 19 Act 4. Arrêtez! Ecoutez mes décrets éternels 02:24 20 Act 4. Les dieux, longtemps en courroux 02:33 Così fan tutte, opera, K. 588 21 Act 1. Di scrivermi ogni giorno 02:41 22 Act 1. Soave sia il vento 03:01 Otello, opera 23 Act 1. Già nella notte densa 10:28 Sampieri Corsi, opera 24 Endors-toi mon chéri 02:48
  • Regine Crespin - soprano
  • Robert Massard - baritone
  • Chorus & Orchestra of the Opera Nacional, Mexico City - orchestra
  • George Sebastian - conductor
  • GLUCK
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49.00 PLN

2 CD:

Nr kat.: GL100595
Label  : GALA Records

robin friedman 4,0 von 5 Sternen Regine Crespin in Iphigenie en Tauride 14. März 2014 - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com Gluck (1714 -- 1787) is best known for his opera "Orpheus and Euridice", but many lovers of music consider "Iphigenie en Tauride" his best work. Written late in Gluck's life, the opera premiered in Paris in 1779 with a highly effective libretto by Nicolas-Francois Guillard (1752 -- 1814). The opera is compact, in four short acts. It is unusual in that it lacks any element of romantic love. Instead the opera celebrates the values of love between friends and between brother and sister. Most importantly, the opera celebrates the values of humanism and Enlightenment over superstition. As other composers have done, (such as Bach in his b-minor Mass) Gluck borrowed heavily from himself in "Iphigenie". The work still achieves dramatic and musical unity. In this opera, Gluck achieved his goal of fusing text and music. Arias and recitives are interrelated seamlessly, as are orchestral, solo, and choral parts. Although it sets a Greek myth, Gluck concentrated on describing human nature as it is. Each aria of the work describes a specific feeling of the character, such as hope, terror, love, remorse, loss, friendship, or triumph. The music flows without excess. It has a noble, classic simplicity. This budget-priced CD on Gala of Gluck's opera is a reissue of a 1964 recording on the "Le Chante de Monde" label and consists of a live performance held in Buenos Aires on May 29, 1964. Georges Sebastian conducts the Orchestra and Chorus of the Theatro Colon of Buenos Aires. The cast includes baritone Robert Massard as Oreste, tenor Guy Chauvert as his friend Pylade, and bass Victor De Narke as the barbaric King Thoas. The major attraction of this performance is soprano Regine Crespin as Iphigenie. In the story, Iphigenie is the sister of Orestes who had been carried off by a goddess to live among the Scythians to serve as a priestess. Orestes and Plyades are shipwrecked and Thoas orders Iphigenie to put them to death. In the course of the opera, the pair realize that they are brother and sister. Plyades kills Thoas and the goddess appears to save the day in a musically powerful conclusion. Iphigenie is at the center of Gluck's opera with a demanding, varied vocal role. Crespin sings with a unique combination of lyricism and drama as she captures the strength of the heroine, her fortitude in responding to a harsh situation, her ethical struggle, and her love for Greece and for her brother. Crespin (1927 -- 2007) enjoyed a long international career as a soprano and, when her voice changed in 1970, as a mezzo-soprano. She sang at the Metropolitan Opera for many years. Beginning in 1962. she performed frequently in Buenos Aires. Her first performance was as Iphigenie, which she repeated in 1964 for this recording. Crespin was at the top of her form in this recording of Gluck's great opera. The performance is live, but the audience interruptions are not intrusive. The recorded sound, unfortunately, is not of the best and is frequently distant, muffled, or scratchy. In addition, the set lacks a libretto, and the combination of music and text is essential to Gluck. In summary, this CD offers the opportunity to hear a revered soprano sing a heroic role in a great opera with an excellent supporting cast. The sound quality leaves much to be desired and there is no libretto. The CD is an outstanding second choice for listeners who already know and love Gluck's "Iphigenie en Tauride". It also will be an outstanding choice for listeners who admire or want to get to hear Regine Crespin. Short fillers from Mozart, Verdi, and Henri Tomasi conclude the two-CD set.