(Opera) Maillart - Les Dragons De Villars (Hofmann, Fehringer, Gester, Heimpel, Clauss) - 2008, APE (image+.cue) lossless


 

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Aimé Maillart (1817-1871) - Les Dragons De Villars
Жанр: Opera
Страна-производитель диска: Germany
Год издания диска: 2008
Издатель (лейбл): Walhall
Номер по каталогу: WLCD 0244
Дата записи: 1948
Аудиокодек: APE
Тип рипа: image+.cue
Битрейт аудио: lossless
Продолжительность: 51'19+49'01
Источник: собственный рип
Наличие сканов в содержимом раздачи: да
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CD1

1. Ouvertüre
2. Lasst fleissig uns die Hände regen
3. Blaise ging zur See, tat das Herz auch weh
4. Ach, verstecket euch, Mädchen oder Frauen
5. Hier machet Halt, in diesem Dorfe
6. Kommt der Dragoner ins Quartier
7. Dialog
8. Mein werter Herr, Eure Esel sind vortrefflich!
9. Denkt nur, vor dem Eremiten
10. Dialog
11. Wir haben das Signal gehört
12. Will man eine Schöne rühren
13. Entr'act
14. Ah! Trala, ah! Wie ist schön die Zeit
15. Dialog
16. Ich bin hübsch?

CD2

1. Nun wohl! Sylvain, so will auch ich dir sagen
2. Dialog
3. Ja hier, ja hier sind wir
4. Das Glöckchen, das Glöckchen
5. Dialog
6. Armer Sylvain! Wie herrlich ist es
7. Jetzt kommt, in stiller Nacht Gott für uns wacht
8. Bliek' aufuns, die wir flieh'n
9. Ist die Gefahr vorbei, eure Frauen
10. 0 du in Himmels Höh 'n
11. In einer Stunde wird' ich seinen Namen tragen!
12. Dialog
13. Wo ist denn die schöne Braut denn nun?
14. Wenn Hagelschlag das Feld verheert
15. Nein, Sylvain, sieh, es ist unmöglich
16. Herr Quartiermeister, ich melde Euch Euren Leutnant an
Исполнители:
Aimé Maillart (1817-1871) - Les Dragons De Villars
(Das Glöckchen Des Eremiten)
Thibaut - Willi Hofmann, tenor
Sylvain - Franz Fehringer, tenor
Belamy - Kurt Gester, baritone
Ein Prediger - August Heimpel, bass
Georgette - Hanna Clauss, soprano
Rose Frique - Maria Madlen Madsen, soprano
Chor Und Sinfonieorchester Des Hessischen Rundfunks
Kurt Schröder
Frankfurt, 1948
Sung In German

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Доп. информация:
Les dragons de Villars is an opéra-comique in three acts by Aimé Maillart to a libretto by Lockroy and Eugène Cormon.
The story of the opera was said to have been borrowed from La Petite Fadette by Georges Sand, updated by the librettists to the time of Louis XIV.
It was premiered by the Théâtre Lyrique in Paris on 19 September 1856.
The piece was first offered to the director of the Opéra-Comique, Émile Perrin, who found the piece too dark, even after having the composer play some of it to him.
It was next offered to one of the Seveste brothers at the Théâtre-Lyrique, who also rejected it, as did their successor Pierre Pellegrin.
Some years later, the authors met Léon Carvalho, who had just taken over the direction of the Théâtre-Lyrique, and who accepted the completed piece without reading a word or hearing a note.
The premiere of Les dragons de Villars was very successful.
It was the debut of Juliette Borghèse, who was said "to have created an enthusiasm" as Rose Friquet.
The opera, which had notched up 153 performances at the Théâtre Lyrique by 1863, was to become popular throughout Europe, as well as being staged in New Orleans (1859) and New York (1868).
It reached Mauritius in 1872.
Revived at the Opéra-Comique in 1868, it achieved 377 performances at that theatre by 1917.
A production was also mounted at the Théâtre de la Porte Saint-Martin in Paris on 3 June 1935.
Mahler conducted the piece in Budapest in 1888, and Furtwängler conducted it in Strasbourg in 1910.
The opera was in the repertory of the Opéra de la Monnaie in Brussels from 1942 to 1953.
More recently, it was staged in 1986 in Montpellier.
Synopsis
The scene is laid in a French mountain-village near the frontier with Savoy towards the close of the war in the Cevennes in 1704.
Act 1
Peasant women in the service of Thibaut, a rich country squire, are collecting fruit. Georgette, Thibaut's young wife, controls their work. She treats them to a favourite Provençal song, in which a young girl, forgetting her vows made to a young soldier, gives her hand to another suitor. She is interrupted by the sound of trumpets. Thibaut hurries in and tells the women to hide themselves at once, because soldiers are marching into the village. He conceals his own wife in the pigeon-house. A detachment of dragoons arrive, and Belamy, their corporal, asks for food and wine at Thibaut's house. He learns that there is nothing to be had and also that all the women have fled, fearing the unprincipled soldiers of King Louis XIV who have been sent in pursuit of a group of Protestant fugitives – or Camisards – hiding in the mountains; and that the 'Dragons de Villars' are said to be an especially wild and dissolute set.
Belamy, disgusted, and after having had dinner and a sleep in Thibaut's own bed, decides to march on. The squire gladly offers to accompany the soldiers to St Gratien's grotto near the hermitage, where they have orders to search for the Huguenot refugees. While Belamy is sleeping, Thibaut calls his servant Silvain and scolds him because he has now repeatedly been absent over-long on his errands; finally he orders him to saddle the mules.
Silvain stammers out that they have gone astray in the mountains, but he is sure of their being found. While Thibaut expresses his fear that they have been stolen by the fugitives, Rose Friquet, an orphan-girl, brings the mules, riding on the back of one of them. Thibaut reproaches her, but Silvain thanks her warmly, and though she mockingly repudiates his thanks, he discovers that she has taken the mules to divert Thibaut's attention from Sylvain's secret missions to bring food each day to the refugees. Silvain carries food every day to the refugees, and Rose Friquet, a poor goat-keeper, despised and supposed to be wicked and malicious, protects him because he once intercepted a stone, which was meant for her head.
While the soldiers are eating, Belamy, who has found Georgette's bonnet, demands an explanation. Thibaut finds a pretext for going out, but Rose lets out to Belamy Georgette's hiding-place. The young wife cries for help and Rose runs in to fetch Thibaut. Belamy is delighted with the pretty Georgette, but she tells anxiously, that all the women in the village must remain true to their husbands, for the hermit of St Gratien (though dead for two hundred years), is keeping watch, and at any case of infidelity will ring a little bell, which is heard far and wide. Belamy would like to try the experiment with Georgette, and asks her to accompany him to the hermitage instead of her husband. After having found the other women in the village, the soldiers, to Thibaut's annoyance, decide to stay and amuse themselves. But Silvain rejoices, and after a sign from Rose resolves to warn the refugees in the evening.
Act 2
Rose and Silvain meet near St Gratien. Rose tells him that all the paths are blocked by sentries, but promises to show the refugees a path that only she and her goats. Silvain, thanks her and tries to induce her to care more for her appearance, praising her pretty features. Rose is delighted to hear this, and there follows a charming duet. Silvain promises to be her friend and then leaves to seek the Camisards. Thibaut now appears, seeking his wife, whom he has seen going away with Belamy. Finding Rose, he imagines he has mistaken her for his wife, but she laughingly corrects him and he proceeds to search for Georgette. Belamy now comes and courts Thibaut's wife. But Rose, seeing them, resolves to free the path for the others. No sooner has Belamy tried to snatch a kiss from his companion, than Rose pulls the rope of the hermit's bell until Georgette takes flight, while Thibaut rushes up at the sound of the bell. Belamy reassures him, intimating that the bell may have rung for Rose (though it never rings for maids) and accompanies him to the village. But he turns to look for the supposed hermit, and finds Rose instead, who does not see him. To his great surprise Silvain leads the whole troop of refugees and presents Rose to them as their deliverer and vows to make her his wife. Rose leads them to the secret path, while Silvain returns to the village, leaving Belamy triumphant at his discovery.
Act 3
On the following morning the villagers talk of nothing but Silvain's wedding with Rose and the hermit's bell ringing. Nobody knows who was the culprit; Thibaut, having learned that the soldiers had been commanded to saddle their horses in the midst of the dancing the night before, and that Belamy, sure of his prey, has come back, he believes that Rose has betrayed the Camisards in order to win the price set on their heads.
To keep Belamy away from Georgette, the squire has taken him to the wine-cellar, and the officer, now half-drunk, admits to having had a rendez-vous with Rose. When Thibaut has retired, Belamy again kisses Georgette, – but the bell does not ring!
Meanwhile Rose comes down the hill, neatly clad and glowing with joy. Georgette, disregarding Thibaut's reproofs, offers her the wedding-garland. The whole village is assembled to see the wedding, but Silvain appears and when Rose radiantly greets him, he pushes her back fiercely, believing Thibaut's whispers that she betrayed the refugees, who are, as he has heard, caught. Rose is too proud to defend herself, but when Georgette tries to console her, she silently produces a paper proving that the refugees have safely crossed the frontier; Silvain is ashamed. Suddenly Belamy enters, beside himself with rage, for his prey has escaped and he has lost his rank together with the prize of 200 pistoles. He at once orders Silvain to be shot, but Rose bravely defends her lover, threatening to reveal the dragoon's neglect of duty at the hermitage. When Belamy's superior appears to hear the news, his corporal is only able to stammer out that nothing in particular has happened, and so after all, Georgette is saved from discovery, and Rose becomes Silvain's happy bride.



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