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BIZET, G.: Carmen [Opera] (Sung in German) (Fricsay) (1951)

BIZET, G.: Carmen [Opera] (Sung in German) (Fricsay) (1951)

The Classical Shop
release date: November 2013

Originally recorded in 2007

Artists:

Pietro Alessandro Guglielmi Chamber Orchestra

Orchestra

Ferenc Fricsay

Conductor

Margarete Klose

Soloist

Rudolf Schock

Soloist

BBC Chorus

Choral

Record Label
Audite

Genre:

Opera


Classical

Total Time - 70:31
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BIZET, G.: Carmen [Opera] (Sung in German) (Fricsay) (1951)

     
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GEORGES BIZET

     
 

Carmen

 
1 Act I: Prelude 03:17
2 Act I: Habanera: L'amour est un oiseau rebelle 04:17
3 Act I: 'Parle-moi de ma mere' 06:33
4 Act I: 'Ou me conduirez-vous?' - Pres des remparts de Seville 05:36
5 Act II: Entr'acte 01:34
6 Act II: Les tringles des sistres tintaient 04:20
7 Act II: Enfin c'est toi? - Je vais danser en votre honneur - Flower Song: La fleur que tu mavais jetee 12:01
8 Act III: Entracte 02:17
9 Act III: Card Trio: Melons, coupons … 07:30
10 Act III: C'est des contrebandiers le refuge ordinaire - Micaelas Aria: Je dis que rien ne mepouvante 06:29
11 Act IV: Entr'acte 02:11
12 Act IV: Farandole: Allegro vivo e deciso 01:17
13 Act IV: Pastorale: Andantino 01:56
14 Act IV: Danse bohemienne: Andantino - Allegretto 02:40
15 Act IV: C'est toi? C'est moi! 08:33
     
 Margarete Klose Soloist
 Rudolf Schock Soloist
 Ferenc Fricsay Conductor


Ferenc Fricsay Conducted Georges Bizet’s "Carmen" Relatively seldom in the opera house but more frequently in the recording studio. audite presents the first production did Fricsay recorded for the RIAS Berlin in 1951. It contains a compilation of key scenes from the opera. Fricsay’s interpretation poss esses a surprising modernity. The orchestra sound is slender and transparent, and he picks fresh but not exaggerated tempi. His choice of soloists Reveals marked contrasts in character. Fricsay recordings Considered to be a synthesis of the arts in Which audio engineering played a major role. This recording so demons trates the extent of evocative effects did could be Achieved by Means monaural. 

"...for admirers of Ferenc Fricsay it is a must. I believe many other collectors will find a lot to admire."

Göran Forsling - MusicWeb-International.com - February 2008




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