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Korngold - Much Ado About Nothing, Op.11

The Classical Shop
release date: June 2013

Originally recorded in 2012

Artists:

UNCSA Symphony Orchestra


John Mauceri



Venue:

The Scoring Stage, School of Filmmaking, University of North Carolina School of Arts

12,14,16,19, 21 & 23 Mar 2012

Producer:

John Mauceri & Chris Heckman



Engineer:

Jay Gallagher



Record Label
Toccata

Genre:

Vocal & Song




Total Time - 68:07
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ERICH WOLFGANG KORNGOLD

   
 

Much Ado About Nothing, Op.11

 
  Complete Incidental Music  
1 Ouvertüre 5:02
2 Kriegsmusik (War Music) * 0:24
3 Don Juan (Don John) - Act I, scene 2 0:24
4 Mummenschanz (Hornpipe) - Prelude to Act II 2:22
5 Festmusik (Festive Music) - Act II, scene 1, with dialogue 5:16
6 [Change of Scene] * 0:24
7 Don Juan - Dialogue between Don John and Borachio 0:24
8 Gartenmusick (Garden Music) - Prelude to Act III, with Benedick's soliloquy 6:36
9 Lied des Balthasar (Balthasar's Song) 2:46
10 Intermezzo - with Beatrice's soliloquy 2:57
11 Holzapfel und Schlehwein (Marsch der Wache) (Dogberry and Verges (March of the Watch)) 2:35
12 Mädchen im Brautgemach (Maiden in the Bridal Chamber) - Prelude to Act IV 3:43
13 Kirchenszene (Church Scene) - Act IV, scene 2, with Leonato's line 0:52
14 Gerichtszene (Judgement Scene) * 1:29
15 Trauermusik (Funeral Music) - Prelude to Act V, with Claudio's monologue 4:50
16 [Change of Scene] - with Don Pedro's line * 0:45
17 Intermezzo - final wedding scene, with dialogue 3:20
18 Schlusstanz (Final Dance) - wht Benedick's final line 2:42
   
  Movements without dialogue  
19 Festmusik (Festive Music) 4:38
20 Gartenmusik (Garden Music) 6:36
21 Intermezzo 2:43
22 Trauermusik (Funeral Music) 4:50
23 Schlusstanz (Final Dance) 2:29
   


Korngold’s incidental music for Shakespeare’s comedy Much Ado about Nothing, premiered in Vienna in 1920, enjoyed instant success and soon spread round the world in a series of arrangements that are still performed today. But the music has not been heard as Korngold intended since that first production. For this recording, made in conjunction with its fully staged US premiere, Korngold’s complete score was reconstructed from the original Viennese materials and is played here by the chamber-orchestral forces for which it was written.

"... The cast reads its lines competently in a literate American accent, rather than, say. Old Vic English. Like the original, the orchestra uses only 19 players, but under Mauceri’s expert hands, balances are fine, with good playing."

Don O’Connor - American Record Guide - September/October 2013


                       Supersonic Pizzicato

Guy Wagner - Pizzicato magazine - September 2013


"... beautifully played."
 
Tim Ashley - The Guardian - 9 August 2013
 

"... all in all this was a really was a very worthwhile project that enhances our understanding of Korngold’s burgeoning gifts as a composer for the stage - and ultimately the screen.

Calum MacDonald - International Record Review - July/August 2013




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