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PROKOFIEV, S.: Romeo and Juliet (Highlights) (Ukraine National Symphony, Mogrelia)

PROKOFIEV, S.: Romeo and Juliet (Highlights) (Ukraine National Symphony, Mogrelia)

The Classical Shop
release date: October 2012

Originally recorded in 2012

Artists:

Ukraine National Symphony Orchestra


Mogrelia, Andrew


Andrew Mogrelia

Conductor

Venue:

Concert Hall, Ukrainian Radio, Kiev, Ukraine



Record Label
Naxos

Genre:

Ballet & Dance


Classical

Total Time - 76:36
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Romeo and Juliet, Op. 64

 
1 Act I: Introduction 2:51
2 Act I: The Street Wakens 2:26
3 Act I: Morning Dance 2:20
4 Act I: The Young Juliet 3:31
5 Act I: Masks 2:47
6 Act I: Dance of the Knights 5:50
7 Act I: Mercutio 2:23
8 Act I: Madrigal 3:59
9 Act I: Gavotte 3:47
10 Act I: Balcony Scene 3:51
11 Act I: Romeo's Variation 1:14
12 Act I: Love Dance 5:44
13 Act II: Dance with Mandolins 2:07
14 Act II: Romeo at Friar Laurence's 3:28
15 Act II: Public Merrymaking 3:48
16 Act II: The Duel 1:31
17 Act II: Death of Mercutio 2:56
18 Act II: Finale 2:12
19 Act III: Introduction 1:18
20 Act III: Romeo Bids Juliet Farewell 5:42
21 Act III: Aubade 2:31
22 Act IV: Juliet's Funeral 6:21
23 Act IV: Juliet's Death 3:59
     
 Andrew Mogrelia Conductor
 Mogrelia, Andrew


“Living people can dance, the dying cannot”, Prokofiev wrote to explain the problems he faced when writing music for the ballet Romeo and Juliet. His original score was rejected as ‘undanceable’ by the Bolshoy Theatre and his initial scheme for a happy ending for the lovers was, fortunately, vetoed. The revised score, however, proved a masterpiece of expressive beauty and drama, with melting love music and huge bravura, and it remains one of the most loved ballet scores of the twentieth century

                       *** - Good

Giuseppe Rossi - Musica magazine -  December 2012-January 2013




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