(Opera) Leoncavallo - La Boheme (Mazzaria, Malagnini, Senn, Summers, Pratico - Coro e Orchestra del Teatro La Fenice di Venezia, Koenig) - 2006, APE (image+.cue) lossless


 

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Ruggiero Leoncavallo - La Bohème
Жанр: Opera
Страна-производитель диска: Germany
Год издания диска: 2006
Издатель (лейбл): Nuova Era
Номер по каталогу: 223304
Дата записи: 1990
Аудиокодек: APE
Тип рипа: image+.cue
Битрейт аудио: lossless
Продолжительность: 57'10+75'33
Источник: собственный рип
Наличие сканов в содержимом раздачи: да
Треклист:

CD1

1. Act 1: No, Signor Mis, Così No Può Durare
2. Act 1: Bella Dama
3. Act 1: Musette Svaria Sulla Bocca Viva
4. Act 1: Se Inseime Lo Cercassimo
5. Act 1: Platonico È L'amante
6. Act 1: Mimì Pinson La Biondinetta
7. Act 1: O Musette
8. Act 1: Senti Marcello
9. Act 2: Auf! Ce N' È Ancora?
10. Act 2: Io Non Ho Che Una Pvera Stanzetta
11. Act 2: L'immenso Tesoro
12. Act 2: Ed Ora Vengano

CD2

1. Act 2: Qualcun...
2. Act 2: Inno Della Bohème
3. Act 2: Domando La Parola
4. Act 2: Da Quel Suon Soavemente
5. Act 2: Alza I'occhio Celeste
6. Act 2: Ma Quando Smettete?
7. Act 3: E Che! Tu Pur Sei Vedovo?
8. Act 3: È Destin! Debbo Andarmene... Coraggio!
9. Act 3: Tu Qui! Perché? Che Vuoi?
10. Act 3: Sei Proprio Tu Che Hai Scritto Ciò?
11. Act 3: Va Via, Fantasma Del Passato!
12. Act 3: Testa Adorata
13. Act 4: Scuoti, O Vento, Fra I Sibili
14. Act 4: Mimì
15. Act 4: No, Morir Non Voglio
Исполнители:
Ruggiero Leoncavallo - La Bohème
Commedia Lyrica in 4 Acts
Libretto: By the composer based on Henri Murger's "Scenes de la vie de bohème"
Mimì - Lucia Malagnini, soprano
Rodolfo - Jonathan Summers, baritone
Musetta - Martha Senn, mezzo-soprano
Marcello - Mario Malagnini, tenor
Schaunard - Bruno Praticò, baritone
Barbemuche - Silvano Pagliuca, bass
Colline - Pietro Spagnoli, baritone
Durand - Romano Emili, tenor
Eufemia - Cinzia de Mola, soprano
Coro e Orchestra del Teatro La Fenice di Venezia.
Jan Latham Koenig, conductor

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TITLE "Act II - Domando la parola"
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TITLE "Act II - Ma quando smettete?"
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Доп. информация:
La bohème is an Italian opera in four acts, with music and libretto by Ruggero Leoncavallo, based on Scènes de la vie de bohème by Henri Murger and received a successful premiere at the Teatro la Fenice, Venice on 6 May 1897.
He wrote his opera La bohème contemporaneously with Giacomo Puccini's own treatment of the same story.
Later he revised the work, titling it Mimi Pinson, but despite initial respect, it did not survive.
Puccini's version has become a standard in the operatic repertoire, whereas Leoncavallo's opera is rarely performed.
Leoncavallo's version did not receive its UK premiere until May 1970.
Leoncavallo was very familiar with French literature and had already had the opportunity, as librettist for Puccini's Manon Lescaut, to integrate such stylistic features in his works.
In comparison to the libretto written by Giocosa and Illica for Puccini's work, Leoncavallo's own libretto displays a closer proximity to Murger's original work: " ... it is obvious that L. tried to translate the open narrative structure of Murger's novel into a loose series of events, which were not centred around the two lovers from the very beginning - as was the case with Puccini's version."
The follow-up work Zaza ( http://teatrix.ru/viewtopic.php?t=4922939 )enjoyed its premiere performance in 1900, conducted by Toscanini, but although it went down well it could not compete with Pagliacci ( http://teatrix.ru/viewtopic.php?t=4814047 ) in terms of popularity.
Leoncavallo's music career was somewhat middling in the years following his early masterpiece; other works - none of which enjoyed lasting popularity with audiences -
were: Maia (1910), La jeunesse de Figaro (1906), Malbrouck (1910), Are You There? (1913), I Zingari (1912 http://teatrix.ru/viewtopic.php?t=4828794 ) and Edipo Re, which enjoyed its premiere performance in Chicago one year , after the composer's death.
Synopsis
Place: Paris.
Time: one year from Christmas, 1837 to Christmas, 1838.
Act 1
Café Momus
The innkeeper Gaudenzio tries in vain to eject the Bohemians, who never pay and are continually up to no good.
During the conversation another piece of horseplay on their part is discovered.
They sit down to dine, while Musetta gaily sings. (Canzonette: "Mimi is the name of my sweet blonde.")
Naturally when they are asked to pay the bill, they have no money.
A comic fight ensues between them and the innkeeper, who has called his servants to assist him.
It is ended by Barbemuche, who offers to pay the bill.
Act 2
The courtyard of Musetta's house
Musetta's lover has left her, refusing any longer to pay her debts.
In consequence, her furniture has been confiscated and is carried down to the courtyard.
When this has been done, she returns home.
She expects guests but cannot entertain them in any other way than by receiving them in the courtyard.
Here the Bohemians, who arrive in large numbers, celebrate joyously.
The neighbours, awakened from sleep, protest in vain and the scene ends in a general fight between the two factions.
Act 3
Marcello's garret room
Musetta, who can no longer bear the sufferings of hunger and want, determines to leave Marcello.
During the festivities in the courtyard, Mimi has allowed herself to be carried off by Count Paul, but she returns, motivated by love for Rodolfo.
Musetta begs her to go with her, but she refuses.
Angrily, Marcello and Rodolfo force both women to leave the apartment.
Act 4
Rodolfo's garret room
Mimi returns to Rodolfo, at the brink of death.
Musetta, who accidentally meets her there, sacrifices her jewels to procure fuel to warm the room for Mimi.
As the Christmas chimes are heard, Mimi dies.



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