Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist - Artist (Sample). 1. 30. Pelléas et Mélisande, L. 88, Act 1: Prelude. by Berliner rt von Karajan.
Supervised By – Michel Glotz. Tenor Vocals – Richard Stilwell. Text By – Paul Myer. 모. Recorded in December 1978 in Berlin. 40-page booklet included, with libretto, notes, pictures, illustrations and biographies. Booklet printed on October 16th, 1979 for La Voix De Son Maître by .
Baritone Vocals – José Van Da. Composed By – Claude Debussy. Conductor – Herbert Von Karajan. Mezzo-soprano Vocals – Nadine Denize. Orchestra – Berliner Philharmoniker. Soprano Vocals – Frederica Von Stade. Soprano Vocals – Christine Barbaux. Remastered at Abbey Road Studios and noise shaped via the Prism SNS system for optimum sound quality.
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Richard Stilwell, Frederica von Stade, José van Dam, Ruggero Raimondi, Christine Barbaux, Nadine Denize. Herbert von Karajan, Chor der Deutschen Oper Berlin, Berliner Philharmoniker. CD: EMI Cat: 749 350-2 (Studio recording). Kurt Ollmann, Frederica von Stade, John Bröcheler, Nicolai Ghiaurov, Patrizia Pace, Glenys Linos. Claudio Abbado, Teatro alla Scala orchestra and chorus. CD: Opera D'Oro Cat: OPD-1195. François Le Roux, Colette Alliot-Lugaz, José van Dam, Roger Soyer, Françoise Golfier, Jocelyne Taillon, John Eliot Gardiner, Chor & Orchester der Oper Lyon. DVD: Arthaus DVD Cat: 100 100.
Top 6-13 06: Kubelík SOdBR 71 07: Rattle LSO 08: Karajan Roma 54 09: Ansermet OSR 64 10: Ansermet OSR 52 11: Jordan Monte-Carlo 12: Abbado WPO 13: Dutoit Montréal. I didn’t even go to Act III to find out about the Yniold character. Abbado: badly casted. Van Dam’s Golaud is too burnt out and the lovers are quite unpleasant. Only the playing is slightly detailed. Yniold is played by a well-acted soprano.
Herbert von Karajan's 1978 recording of Pelléas et Mélisande for EMI is one of the work's most conventionally operatic versions in that its passions are large and its theatricality is propulsive. That might seem to preclude its effectiveness and authenticity, since the mystery and understatement of Pelléas make it one of the least conventionally operatic operas. Richard Stilwell's supple, clarion baritone is ideal for Pelléas, as is his youthful energy. Given the heft and gravity of van Dam's voice, Ruggero Raimondi's Arkel doesn't offer quite enough of a contrast; in their scenes together in particular, the weights of their voices are too similar, but Raimondi does sing with great sensitivity and gives Arkel a moving tenderness.
Debussy: Pelléas et Mélisande. Karajan, Berlin Philharmonic, Raimondi. There's a debate to be had here. Yet the quality of this recording is beyond dispute: Frederica von Stade and Richard Stilwell make a ravisihing couple, and Karajan leads the Berlin Philharmonic with exceptional precision, creating a broad stream of emotions, which the orchestra captures with real musical flourish.
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