(Opera / Oratorio) Стравинский - Эдип-царь / Stravinsky - Oedipus Rex (Gedda, Laszlo, Petri, Bertocci - RAI Symphony Orchestra & Chorus Rome, von Karajan) - 2001, APE (image+.cue) lossless
Igor Stravinsky - Oedipus Rex
Жанр: Opera / Oratorio
Страна-производитель диска: USA
Год издания диска: 2001
Издатель (лейбл): Opera D'oro
Номер по каталогу: OPD-1320
Дата записи: 1952
Тип рипа: image+.cue
Битрейт аудио: lossless
Источник: собственный рип
Наличие сканов в содержимом раздачи: да
1. Act 1: Spettatori!
2. Act 1: Kaedit nos pestis
3. Act 1: Liberi, vos liberabo
4. Act 1: Ecco Creonte
5. Act 1: Respondit deus
6. Act 1: Non reperias
7. Act 1: Edipo interroga la fonte
8. Act 1: Delie, expectamus Minerva
9. Act 1: Dikere non possum
10. Act 1: Invidia fortunam odit
11. Act 1: Gloria! Gloria! Gloria!
12. Act 2: La disputa dei principi
13. Act 2: Non erubeskite, reges
14. Act 2: Pavesco subito, Jocasta
15. Act 2: Il testimone dell'assassinio
16. Act 2: Adest omniskius pastor
17. Act 2: Oportebat takere
18. Act 2: Nonne monstrum reskituri
19. Act 2: In monte reppertus est
20. Act 2: E ora sentiremo
21. Act 2: Divum Jocastae caput mortuum
22. Act 2: Ekke! Regem Oedipoda
Igor Stravinsky - Oedipus Rex
opera-oratorio in 2 Acts
Nicolai Gedda (Edipo)
Magda Laszlo (Giocasta)
Mario Petri (Creonte)
Aldo Bertocci (Un pastore)
Nestore Catalani (Un corriere)
Arnoldo Foa' (narrator)
Orchestra e Coro di Roma della RAI
Herbert von Karajan
Лог создания рипа
Exact Audio Copy V1.0 beta 3 from 29. August 2011
Содержание индексной карты (.CUE)
REM GENRE Opera
Oedipus rex is an "Opera-oratorio after Sophocles" by Igor Stravinsky, scored for orchestra, speaker, soloists, and male chorus.
The libretto, based on Sophocles's tragedy, was written by Jean Cocteau in French and then translated by Abbé Jean Daniélou into Latin (the narration, however, is performed in the language of the audience).
Oedipus rex was written towards the beginning of Stravinsky's neoclassical period.
He had considered setting the work in Ancient Greek, but decided ultimately on Latin: in his words "a medium not dead but turned to stone."
In the same period his ballet Pulcinella ( https://188.8.131.52:1500/viewtopic.php?t=4924842 ) had the premiere by the Ballets Russes in Paris.Synopsis:
A speaker appears, to narrate each episode of the story before it happens.
He warns us we will watch Oedipus falling into a trap waiting for him since his birth.
The city of Thebes is afflicted by plague.
In despair, the inhabitants turn to their king, Oedipus, who promises help.
His ambitious brother-in-law, Creon, has learnt from the oracle that the plague has been sent because the murderer of the previous king, Laius, is still living in the city.
Oedipus vows to find this man.
He consults with the blind Tiresias who unwillingly tells him: "The murderer of the king is a king".
Jocasta, the widow of Laius and now the wife of Oedipus, tells her husband that Laius met his death twelve years before at a crossroads.
Oedipus realises he himself is the murderer.
News arrives of the death of Oedipus's supposed father, Polybus, and the king discovers that he was adopted after being found abandoned as a baby on Mount Cithaeron.
Hearing this, Jocasta realises that Oedipus, her husband and the murderer of her former husband, is their long-lost son.
Off-stage, Jocasta kills herself and Oedipus, taking her pin of gold, puts out his own eyes.
Blinded, he reappears once more in front of the citizens, before turning away and leaving Thebes forever.
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