(Baroque Opera) Torrejon y Velasco - La Purpuro de la Rosa (Alvarez, Borges, Carril, Schofrin, Zanasi - Ensemble Elyma, Garrido) - 2000, APE (image+.cue) lossless


 

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Tomás deTorrejón y Velasco (1644-1728) - La Púrpuro de la Rosa
Жанр: Baroque Opera
Страна-производитель диска: France
Год издания диска: 2000
Издатель (лейбл): K 617
Номер по каталогу: K617108/2
Дата записи: 1999
Аудиокодек: APE
Тип рипа: image+.cue
Битрейт аудио: lossless
Продолжительность: 56'39+72'46
Источник: собственный рип
Наличие сканов в содержимом раздачи: да
Треклист:

CD1

1. Prologue en hommage au Roi Philippe V
2. Canzona
3. Scene 1.: "Al bosque monteros"
4. Scene 1.: "¿Tu eres Venus?"
5. Scene 2.: "A quien hermosa Venus"
6. Scene 2.: "Arma! Guerra! viva Marte!"
7. Scene 3.: "¿Sabrás, Celfa, responder?"
8. Scene 4.: "Pues extremos que él vió,"
9. Scene 4.: "¿Qué quieres oh tú, cuyo gemir?"
10. Scene 4.: "Favor, cielos divinos"
11. Scene 4.: "Y bien, que es lo que adviertes"
12. Scene 4.: "Corred cristales"

CD2

1. Xácara
2. Scene 5.: "La planta fugitiva del laurel"
3. Scene 5.: "Ya que la altivez de Adonis"
4. Scene 5.: "¡Hola! que mandas"
5. Scene 5.: "Pues nunca la planta"
6. Scene 5.: "Oh tú, que venciendo a todos"
7. Scene 6.: "En tanto que declinando el sol"
8. Scene 6.: "Si puede y no puede amor"
9. Scene 6.: "Si puedes que yo"
10. Scene 7.: "Pues sabéis por dónde fue"
11. Scene 7.: "Pues aquí yo no hay que hacer"
12. Scene 8.: "Pastores, decidme"
13. Scene 8.: "Como la paz"
14. Scene 8.: "Ay infelice de mi"
15. Scene 8.: "Porque vean"
Исполнители:
Tomás deTorrejón y Velasco (1644-1728) - La Púrpuro de la Rosa
Opera in 1 Act
Libretto: Pedro Calderón de la Barca
Amor - Isabel Alvarez, Soprano
Belona - Alicia Borges, Mezzo-Soprano
El Miedo - José Antonio Carril, Tenor
Celfa - Adriana Fernandez, Soprano
Chato - Marcello Lippi, Baritone
Venus - Isabel Monar, Soprano
Dragon - Susanna Moncayo, Mezzo-Soprano
Adonis - Graciela Oddone, Soprano)
La Envida - Fabian Schofrin, Counter Tenor
El Desengano - Furio Zanasi, Baritone
Ensemble Elyma
Gabriel Garrido, Conductor

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CD1

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Доп. информация:
La púrpura de la rosa (The Blood of the Rose) is an opera in one act, composed by Tomás de Torrejón y Velasco to a Spanish libretto by Pedro Calderón de la Barca, the last great writer of the Spanish Golden Age.
It is the first known opera to be composed and performed in the Americas and is Torrejón y Velasco's only surviving opera.
La púrpura de la rosa was first performed in Lima in 1701 to celebrate the 18th birthday of Philip V and the first anniversary of his succession to the Spanish throne.
The libretto, in polymetric verse and filled with lush mythological imagery, is a re-telling of the Ovidian tale of the loves of Venus and Adonis.
Torrejón y Velasco was not the first to use Calderón's libretto.
Juan Hidalgo de Polanco, composer and master of music at the court of Madrid, had previously used the text for a theatrical pageant in honor of the marriage of Louis XIV and Maria Teresa of Spain in 1660. With its erotic poetry and music, the Hidalgo version was very popular at the Spanish court and had several revivals.
Synopsis
Philip V of Spain in a 1705 portrait by Miguel Jacinto Meléndez.
The opera is preceded by an allegorical paen to Philip V, emphasizing his goodness and justice.
In Apollo's Temple on Mount Parnassus, the Muses Calliope, Terpsichore and Urania, the personifications of Time (Tiempo) and Spain (España), and a chorus of the remaining six Muses sing to the glory of Spain and its new king. The paen ends with:
Viva Filipo, viva!
Viva el sucesor del imperio
que, puesto a sus plantas,
seguro afianza
su eterno blasón!
The ensuing opera recounts the love between Venus and Adonis, the jealousy of Mars, and his desire for revenge.
The drama opens in a forest where Venus has been hunting. Her nymphs rush onstage, crying that she is being chased by a wild boar. Adonis rushes to her aid. Venus faints in his arms as he carries her on-stage. When she recovers, Adonis learns her true identity. He explains that the incestuous circumstances of his birth have made him renounce love forever and that he must flee from her. As Venus starts to pursue Adonis, her lover, Marte, appears and questions her. Dissatisfied with her answers, he then interrogates her nymphs, eventually frightening one of them into describing Venus' rescue by Adonis. Belona, Marte's sister, arrives on Iris's rainbow and summons him to combat to distract him from his jealousy.
Adonis, Roman torso restored and completed by François Duquesnoy (1597–1643).
The peasants, Chato and Celfa, joke about marriage but are interrupted by a chorus of peasants exclaiming that the wild boar is on the loose. Adonis pursues the boar, but then tires and lies down to rest. Venus comes upon the sleeping Adonis and torn by the humiliation of having fainted in his arms and her growing desire for him, she dismisses her nymphs. She calls on Amor to help her and tells him about Adonis's renunciation of love. Amor shoots the sleeping Adonis in the heart with one of his golden arrows, infusing him with desire. When Adonis awakens, he is surprised to find Venus watching him, and sings of his terrible dream about a wild boar, a dream which foreshadows his death. Adonis praises Venus's beauty and confesses his attraction to her. Venus is unable to tear herself away from Adonis, and they reveal their mutual desire. Venus enters her garden of delights and Adonis follows her, welcomed by Celfa, Chato, and the nymphs.
The next scene finds Marte, Belona, Dragón and Belona's soldiers at the foot of a mountain. Marte is still jealous and distracted. Belona and Dragón try to humor him. Meanwhile, Amor is sneaking around in disguise, spying on Marte. He is eventually discovered hiding in the bushes and interrogated by Marte, who fails to recognize him, but is suspicious of his riddles about love. When Marte orders the soldiers to capture him, Amor escapes into a cleft in the mountain. The cleft then opens revealing the Prison of Jealousy. Shackled inside, is Desengaño (Disillusion), an old man dressed in animal skins. Marte and Dragón fearfully enter the grotto and find the masked personifications of Fear, Suspicion, Envy, Anger, and Bitterness. Desengaño and the masked figures warn Marte that when love is pursued it turns into disillusion. Desengaño holds up a magic mirror in which Marte sees Venus and Adonis embracing. Unable to face the truth, Marte runs away. There is a sudden earthquake, and the allegorical figures, the vision in the mirror, and the grotto all disappear.
Venus Anadyomene by Titian (circa 1525).
In Venus's garden, Venus and Adonis delight in their illicit love. Adonis reclines in Venus's lap, while Chato, Celfa, and the nymphs, sing to the couple. Amor arrives and warns them of Marte's anger. Venus tells Adonis to return to the forest and plots to subdue Marte. When Marte arrives, the songs of the nymphs and vapors from the garden's fountains induce him to languor. Belona enters bringing a chorus of soldiers to counteract the spell cast by the nymphs' singing. Revived by the soldiers' songs, Marte heads for the forest looking for Adonis, who is again chasing the wild boar that had alarmed the peasants. Dragging Chato and Celfa off with him, Marte orders Dragón to tie them to a tree. Marte commands Megera, one of the Furies, to make the boar especially vicious, so that Adonis will die. Chato, Celfa, and Dragón have a comic argument about bullies and neglectful husbands, culminating with Dragón beating Celfa as Chato cheers him on.
In the forest, Adonis has been mortally wounded by the boar. Venus hears his cries and rushes to the scene. Seeing the distraught goddess with her hair loose, half naked, and her hands bloodstained, Belona is moved to pity and sings a lament. She and the nymph, Libia, try to convince Venus not to look at Adonis' body. The chorus describes how the blood of Adonis is turning the white roses around him red. Venus calls upon the gods with a lament. Marte cruelly describes the death of Adonis to Venus, and reveals his bloody body lying among the roses. Venus laments and faints. Amor then appears from the sky to announce that Jupiter has been moved by the plight of the lovers and will elevate them together to Mount Olympus – Adonis in the form of a flower (an anemone) and Venus as the Evening Star. Marte, Venus, Adonis, and Belona all comment, and as the sun sets, Venus and Adonis ascend to the heavens.



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