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Great Operatic Arias, Vol. 14 - Dennis O'Neill 2

Great Operatic Arias, Vol. 14 - Dennis O'Neill 2

The Classical Shop
release date: March 2004

Originally recorded in 2003

Artists:

London Philharmonic Orchestra


Philharmonia Orchestra


David Parry


Dennis O'Neill



Venue:

Blackheath Halls, London



Producer:

Brian Couzens



Engineer:

Ben Connellan

(tracks 1, 13 & 14)

Jonathan Cooper

(tracks 2, 5-10, 12 & 15)

Ralph Couzens

(tracks 3, 4, 11 & 16)

Record Label
Opera In English

Genre:

Vocal & Song


Opera in English

Total Time - 71:22
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Great Operatic Arias, Vol. 14 - Dennis O'Neill 2

 

RUGGIERO LEONCAVALLO

(1857-1919)
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1 

Canio's Aria from Pagliacci (The Touring Company)

3:48
  'Go on stage . . .' -  
  'Put on your costume'  
  from CHAN 3003 Pagliacci  
 

AMILCARE PONCHIELLI

(1834-1886)
2 

Enzo's Aria from La Gioconda

5:05
  'Heaven and sea!'  
 

GIUSEPPE VERDI

(1813-1901)
3 

Radames' Recitative and Aria from Aida

4:40
  'I pray that I be chosen' -  
  'Goddess Aida'  
  from CHAN 3074(2) Aida  
4 

Aria and Cabaletta from Il trovatore (The Troubadour)

8:43
  'When holy church has blessed our love' -  
  'That fierce inferno, her cruel sentence'  
  with Sharon Sweet soprano, Marc Le Brocq tenor and Geoffrey Mitchell Choir  
  from CHAN 3036(2) Il trovatore  
5 

Trio of Odabella, Foresto and Ezio from Attila

3:09
  'Foresto, my soul belongs to you'  
  with Janice Watson soprano and Alan Opie baritone  
 

MATTEO SALVI

(Gaetano Donizetti)
6 

Marcello's Recitative and Aria from The Duke of Alba

6:21
  'Here, unobserved in this chapel' -  
  'Angel of love divine!'  
 

UMBERTO GIORDANO

(1867-1948)
7 

Chenier's Aria from Andrea Chenier

4:36
  'One day, gazing at the splendour of Heav'n's b lue distance'  
8 

Chenier's Improvviso from Andrea Chenier

3:03
  'Just like a day in May time'  
 

GIUSEPPE VERDI

9 

Otello and Iago's Duet from Otello

2:58
  'Ah! Would that God had given him a thousand lives!' -  
  'Yes, I swear by skies of marble'  
  with Alan Opoe baritone  
10 

Otello's Death from Otello

5:34
   
 

GIACOMO PUCCINI

(1858-1924)
11 

Cavaradossi's Recitative and Aria from Tosca

4:04
  'Give me my palette!' -  
  'How strange a thing is beauty'  
  with Andrew Shore baritone  
  from CHAN 3000(2) Tosca  
 

GIUSEPPE VERDI

12 

Johnson's Aria from The Girl of the Golden West

2:20
  'Let her believe that I have gained my freedom'  
 

PIETRO MASCAGNI

(1863-1945)
13 

Turiddu's Drinking Song from Cavalleria rusticana (Rustic Chivalry)

2:56
  'My friends, don't go away' -  
  'Neighbours, with a glass I meet you'  
  with Diana Montague mezzo-soprano and Geoffrey Mitchell Choir  
14 

Finale from Cavalleria rusticana

5:56
  'Mamma, mamma, this new wine is really powerful'  
  with Nelly Miricioiu soprano, Diana Montague mezzo-soprano, Elizabeth Bainbridge contralto and Geoffrey Mitchell Choir  
  from CHAN 3004 Cavalleria rusticana  
   
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GIOACHINO ROSSINI

(1792-1868)
15 

Trio of Ronaldo, Carlo and Ubaldo from Armida

3:23
  'I lost the will to action'  
  with Bruce Ford tenor and Barry Banks tenor  
  from CHAN 3100 Great Operatic Arias: Bruce Ford 2  
 

GIACOMO PUCCINI

16 

Rodolfo's Aria from La boheme

4:46
  'Your tiny hand is frozen'  
  from CHAN 3008(2) La bohème  
This is the second recital disc from Dennis O’Neill, one of Britain’s finest tenors.The first recital received great critical acclaim.

The wide variety of this programme of music, ranging from Rossini to Puccini, represents some of the world’s most popular operas and showcases O’Neill’s versatility and technical expertise.

Dennis O’Neill’s engagements this year include appearances in Il trovatore and Otello with the Bavarian State Opera in June and July and in Il trovatore at Opera Australia in July and August.

Several other highly distinguished artists also appear in this programme, many of whom have their own recital disc on Chandos’ Opera in English label.

The CD is available at mid-price.


Dennis O’Neill was born in Wales of Irish and Welsh parents. He is one of the world’s leading tenors and a specialist in the works of Verdi. He enjoys a close relationship with Welsh National Opera and has had a long association with The Royal Opera, Covent Garden. He appears regularly at New York’s Metropolitan Opera. Other North American engagements have included Chicago Lyric Opera, San Francisco, San Diego,Vancouver Opera and concerts with the Philadelphia, Cleveland, Montreal, and Ottawa Symphonies, and for the Cincinnati Festival. He has appeared in São Paolo and Santiago.

In Europe, Dennis O’Neill is a frequent guest at the Bavarian State Opera, Munich and he has visited the opera houses of Milan, Vienna, Berlin, Bonn, Cologne, Hamburg, Nice, Zurich, Paris, Oslo, Brussels, Barcelona, Oviedo, and Turin as well as the Arena di Verona.

Dennis O’Neill is also a very busy concert artist and is well known for his performances of Verdi’s Requiem which he has televised no less than seven times, and has sung throughout Europe with conductors including Muti, Sir Colin Davis, Sinopoli, Sir Simon Rattle and Sir John Pritchard. Notable concert performances have included Idomeneo with Sir Charles Mackerras at the BBC Proms, Oberto at the Edinburgh Festival, Aida in Tel Aviv with Mehta, La Damnation de Faust in Paris with Dutoit, Tosca in Cleveland with Slatkin and The Dream of Gerontius in London with Svetlanov. He has given recitals at Covent Garden and La Monnaie in Brussels.


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