Hérold | Le Pré Aux Clercs (2CD+Livro)

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    Hérold | Le Pré Aux Clercs (2CD+Livro)
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    • With Le Pré aux clercs, premiered at the Opéra-Comique in 1832, Louis-Ferdinand Hérold wrote at once his biggest success and his last opera (he died three weeks after the first performance).From the Overture to the Act III finale, the simplicity of the vocal lines, the impact of the dramatic effects and the effectiveness of the choral writing testify to the flowering of Romanticism and the composer’s assimilation of Rossini, then the paragon of modernity. Following the July Revolution of 1830, it was time to exorcise... Ver mais

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    With Le Pré aux clercs, premiered at the Opéra-Comique in 1832, Louis-Ferdinand Hérold wrote at once his biggest success and his last opera (he died three weeks after the first performance).

    From the Overture to the Act III finale, the simplicity of the vocal lines, the impact of the dramatic effects and the effectiveness of the choral writing testify to the flowering of Romanticism and the composer’s assimilation of Rossini, then the paragon of modernity. Following the July Revolution of 1830, it was time to exorcise unfortunate memories: as was its habit, the Paris operatic world did not treat the topic of politics directly but through the fratricidal conflict that began on St Bartholomew’s Day (25 August 1572).

    The basis for the libretto was a novel by Prosper Mérimée published in 1829, Chronique du règne de Charles IX. The immense success of the opera, virtually contemporary with Meyerbeer’s Les Huguenots, shows that it was perfectly in tune with the preoccupations of the time – and with the new ambitions of a supposedly ‘light’ genre…

    Marie-Ève Munger (Isabelle Montal), Marie Lenormand (Marguerite de Valois), Jeanne Crousaud (Nicette), Michael Spyres (Mergy), Éric Huchet (Cantarelli), Christian Helmer (Girot)
    Coro e Orquestra Gulbenkian, Paul McCreesh

    Hérold | Le Pré Aux Clercs (2CD+Livro)

    • CD 1
    • 01 Overture
    • 02 Act I Scene 1: Introduction: Ah! Quel beau jour de fête (Chorus, Girot, Nicette)
    • 03 Act I Scene 2: Dialogue: Ah! Reposons-nous (Girot, Nicette)
    • 04 Act I Scene 2: Duet: Les rendez-vous de noble compagnie (Girot, Nicette)
    • 05 Act I Scene 3: Dialogue: Holà! ho! (Nicette, Mergy, Girot)
    • 06 Act I Scene 4: Aria: Ce soir j'arrive donc (Mergy)
    • 07 Act I Scene 5: Dialogue: Ah les chiens! (Girot, Mergy)
    • 08 Act I Scenes 6-8: Allons! dressons la table! (Soldiers, Girot, Nicette, Corporal, Mergy, Cantarelli)
    • 09 Act I Scenes 9-12: Dialogue: Quelle rencontre inattendue! (Cantarelli, Mergy, Comminge, Marguerite, Isabelle)
    • 10 Act I Scenes 12-15: Finale: À la Navarre (Marguerite, Isabelle, Cantarelli, Comminge, Mergy, Nicette, Girot, Chorus)
    • 11 Act II Scene 1: Entracte: Jours de mon enfance (Isabelle)
    • 12 Act II Scene 2: Dialogue: Mauvaises nouvelles (Marguerite, Isabelle, Cantarelli) - Scene 3: C'est bon, je vous dis (Cantarelli, Marguerite, Isabelle)
    • 13 Act II Scene 3: Trio: Vous me disiez sans cesse (Isabelle, Cantarelli, Marguerite)
    • 14 Act II Scene 4: Dialogue: Je sens les gouttes d'eau (Cantarelli) - Scene 5: Te voilà? (Cantarelli, Comminge)
    • CD 2
    • 01 Act II Scene 6-7, Masquerade: Ah! Quel plaisir! (Maskers, Hermits, Astrologers, Nicette, Cantarelli, Girot, Marguerite)
    • 02 Act II Scene 8, Masquerade: L'ambassadeur de Navarre! (Officers, Mergy, Isabelle, Marguerite, Comminge, Maskers)
    • 03 Act II Scenes 9-12: Dialogue: Le Roi les mander ensemble (Marguerite, Nicette, Comminge, Mergy)
    • 04 Act II Scenes 13-15: Finale: Tout est dit (Comminge, Mergy, Cantarelli, Marguerite, Isabelle, Nicette)
    • 05 Act II Scenes 15: Finale: Je suis prisonnière (Marguerite, Mergy, Cantarelli, Comminge, Nicette, Girot, Isabelle, Chorus)
    • 06 Act III Scene 1: Que j'aime ces ombrages (Chorus, Nicette, Officer of the Watch, Watchmen)
    • 07 Act III Scene 1: À la fleur du bel âge (Nicette, Chorus)
    • 08 Act III Scene 2: Dialogue: Eh bien! (Nicette, Girot)
    • 09 Act III Scene 3: Trio: C'en est fait! (Mergy, Isabelle, Marguerite)
    • 10 Act III Scenes 4-6: Dialogue: Ah! les voilà (Cantarelli, Marguerite, Mergy, Isabelle, Comminge)
    • 11 Act III Scene 6-8: Finale: Je frémis! (Comminge, Cantarelli, Mergy, Watchmen)
    • 12 Act III Scenes 8-12: Finale: Nargue de la folie (Chorus of Watchmen, Girot, Watchmen, Archers, Marguerite, Nicette, Isabelle, Cantarelli, Mergy, Dancers)

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    Características detalhadas

    Director de Orquestra

    Paul McCreesh

    Ano de Edição

    novembro 2016

    Número de Discos

    2