(Baroque Opera) Handel - Imeneo (Ostendorf, Baird, Fortunato, Hoch - Brewer Chamber Orchestra and Chorus, Palmer) - 2003, APE (image+.cue) lossless


 

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George Frideric Handel - Imeneo
Жанр: Baroque Opera
Страна-производитель диска: EU
Год издания диска: 2003
Издатель (лейбл): Brilliant Classics
Номер по каталогу: 99777-19/20
Дата записи: 1986
Аудиокодек: APE
Тип рипа: image+.cue
Битрейт аудио: lossless
Продолжительность: 57'48+54'51
Источник: собственный рип
Наличие сканов в содержимом раздачи: да
Треклист:
CD1
1. Overture - Prelude
2. Act 1. Scene 1
3. Act 1. Scene 2
4. Act 1. Scenes 3-4
5. Act 1. Scenes 5-6
6. Act 2. Scene 1
CD2
1. Act 2. Scenes 2-3
2. Act 2. Scenes 4-5
3. Act 2. Scene 6
4. Act 3. Scenes 1-2
5. Act 3. Scenes 3-6
6. Act 3. Conclusion
Исполнители:
George Frideric Handel - Imeneo
Opera in three acts
Imeneo – John Ostendorf (bass-baritone)
Rosmene – Julianne Baird (soprano)
Tirinto – D’Anna Fortunato (mezzo-soprano)
Clomiri – Beverly Hoch (soprano)
Argenio – Jan Opalach (bass)
Brewer Chamber Orchestra and Chorus
Rudolph Palmer

Лог создания рипа

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Содержание индексной карты (.CUE)

CD1

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TITLE "Imeneo - Overture - Prelude"
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INDEX 01 00:00:00
TRACK 02 AUDIO
TITLE "Imeneo - Act 1. Scene 1"
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TITLE "Imeneo - Act 1. Scene 2"
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TITLE "Imeneo - Act 1. Scenes 3-4"
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TRACK 05 AUDIO
TITLE "Imeneo - Act 1. Scenes 5-6"
PERFORMER "Edward Brewer Harpsichord - John Ostendorf - Julianne Baird - D'Anna Fortunat..."
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TRACK 06 AUDIO
TITLE "Imeneo - Act 2. Scene 1"
PERFORMER "Edward Brewer Harpsichord - John Ostendorf - Julianne Baird - D'Anna Fortunat..."
INDEX 01 48:55:34

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PERFORMER "Edward Brewer Harpsichord - John Ostendorf - Julianne Baird - D'Anna Fortunat..."
INDEX 01 43:46:47
Доп. информация:
‘Imeneo’ was Handel’s penultimate opera. Written at about the same time as ‘Saul’ it could not be more different to that muscular work. A slightly artificial pastoral, it needs only small forces and much of it is in the lighter, more melodic vein that Handel employed in many of his later operas (the London Daily Post announced it as an operetta). It ran for a meagre two performances. This was a period when internecine disputes between the two London opera companies had not only weakened the opera companies but had temporarily tired out the appetite of the rather small operatic audience. Though it is not a grand opera, it is by no means a weak work and when Handel presented in Dublin (in concert form as a serenata) it went down a storm.
The plot itself is relatively slight. Rosmene (soprano) is betrothed to Tirinto (mezzo-soprano) but she has been rescued from pirates by the young general Imeneo (baritone). She is loved by Imeneo but reluctant to return his affections, torn between love and duty. Clomiri, her sister (soprano) also secretly loves Tirinto. Rosmene’s father urges her to renounce Tirinto and espouse Imeneo out of gratitude. Her struggle lasts three acts and she finally has to resort to feigning madness before deciding.
It is here that the interesting nature of the plot is revealed. Tirinto is a castrato role and his arias in the first half of the opera lead us to believe that he will ultimately receive Rosmene’s hand. He is after all the hero (castratos always are) and that’s what happens in opera seria. But …
The title role was sung by one William Savage, who five years earlier had been ‘the boy’ who, as a treble, sang the role of Oberto in ‘Alcina’. Perhaps Handel was tempted to defy convention by Savage’s attractive, young stage persona (after all he could have been in his early twenties at most). Or perhaps he just enjoyed confounding the audience’s expectations. After all, when he wanted to he could create wonderful dramatic moments by confounding expectations of what should happen in the formal structure of opera seria. Whatever the reasons, it is Imeneo who gets the girl. So the opera has that very rare thing in baroque opera, a baritone hero. But the final chorus glorifies duty and reason, difficult concepts for modern audiences to accept, accustomed as they are to the romantic view of relationships.
In the title role, John Ostendorf sings mellifluously, but Handel has left us something of a puzzle about the tessitura of this role. Some commentators have suggested that the role should be sung by a baritone/tenor but this is a type of voice which barely exists in Handel’s time.
D’Anna Fortunato has a lovely firm, warm tone as Tirinto and is singing in a role which seems to suit her voice very well.
Julianne Baird has a lovely, affecting voice as Rosmene. She is a joy to listen to, a beautifully stylish singer. Rosmene and both suitors come together in a lovely trio, ‘Consolami, bio bene’ at the close of Act 2. At the end of Act 3 Rosmene finally reaches a decision by feigning madness. This allows Handel to revisit the device that he used in ‘Orlando’. Whilst the scene can be seen as Handel parodying the standard operatic device, the wild modulations and snatches of haunting melody reflect the real turbulence in Rosmene’s heart.
Beverly Hoch has a bright, focused voice as Clomiri.
As her father Argenio, Jan Opalach has a fine dark focused voice and a good technique.



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