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Jean-Philippe Rameau, Les Arts Florissants , Musical Director: William Christie , Stage Director: Andrei Serban , Choreographer: Blanca Li - Les Indes Galantes download mp3 album

Jean-Philippe Rameau, Les Arts Florissants , Musical Director: William Christie , Stage Director: Andrei Serban , Choreographer: Blanca Li  - Les Indes Galantes download mp3 album
Album:
Les Indes Galantes
Style:
Baroque, Opera
Released:
2005
FLAC vers. size:
1721 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1490 mb
WMA vers. size:
1815 mb
Other formats
ASF DMF MPC AHX AAC WAV RA
Rating:
4.2 ★
Votes:
673

Music Director – William Christie. Orchestra, Chorus – Les Arts Florissants. Photography By – Cosimo Mirco Magliocca. Producer – Alain Duchemin. Producer – Nancy Spreadborough. Producer – Ferenc van Damme. Producer – Alison Ratsey. A co-production of LGM, Opéra National de Paris and Les Arts Florissants with the participation of TFI, Mezzo and the Centre National de la Cinématographie, Running time: aprox. Picture format: 16/9 anamorphic. Audio frmat: LPCM Stereo, . DTS All regions Subtitles in English, French, German, Spanish & Italian. 28 page full colour booklet in English, French and German.

William Christie and Les Arts Florissants propel this exuberant production of Jean-Philippe Rameau's second opera to great heights. Andrei Serban's extravagant, highly baroque staging presents the four exotic love stories in a fantastic operatic spectacle. Described as an Opera-Ballet in four Acts, Les Indes Galantes was Rameau's biggest stage success in his own lifetime, and one can understand why from this spectacular production, staged at the Paris Opéra in 2004. Anna Maria Panzarella as Emilie and Paul Agnew as Valere, with Joao Fernandez memorably in drag as Bellone. Production Company: Opéra national de Paris Stage Director: Andrei Serban.

Les Arts Florissants is a Baroque musical ensemble in residence at the Théâtre de Caen in Caen, France. The organization was founded by conductor William Christie in 1979. The ensemble derives its name from the 1685 opera by Marc-Antoine Charpentier. The organization consists of a chamber orchestra of period instruments and a small vocal ensemble. Current notable members include soprano Danielle de Niese and tenor Paul Agnew, who has served as assistant conductor since 2007

For William Christie, founder of Les Arts Florissants: "Rameau is certainly the most important dance composer before Stravinsky. At the end of this glorious Indes Galantes we have a rather extraordinary piece called La Danse du Grand Calumet, and since we've revived this work – and we've done it 40 or 50 times, maybe – the effect that it has on an audience is absolutely guaranteed. I can look out and watch the audience starting to move.

Opera: Les Indes Galantes. Composer: Rameau Jean-Philippe. Libretto: Louis Fuzelier. Venue & Opera Company: Opera de Paris, Palais Garnier. Conductor: William Christie. Orchestra: Les Arts Florissants. Chorus: Choeur Les Arts Florissants. Choreographer: Blanca Li. Stage Director: Andrei Serban. Stage Designer: Marina Draghici. Costume Designer: Marina Draghici. Lightning Designer: Robert Wierzel.

Jean-Philippe RAMEAU (1683-1764) Les Indes galantes – Opéra ballet in a prologue and four entrées. 1735): Libretto by Louis Fuzelier. entrée: Les Sauvages Adario – Nicolas Rivenq Damon – Christoph Strehl Don Alvar – Christope Fel Zima – Patricia Petibon Les Arts Florissants/William Christie Andrei Serban, stage director Blanca Li, choreographer Recorded live, Opéra National de Paris-Opéra Garnier on 22, 24, 25 September 2003. Playable in all regions.

Jean-Philippe Rameau; Les Arts Florissants, William Christie.

Jean-Philippe Rameau, the Dijon-born theorist, keyboardist and composer is the greatest French composer of the entire Baroque era, though he did not produce his first opera, Hippolyte et Aricie (1733), until he was 50. His mature career spanned three decades, during which he mastered and innovated distinctly French operatic genres such as the serious tragédie en musique (Hippolyte et Aricie, Dardanus, Les Boréades), charmingly diverse opéra-ballet (Les Indes galantes, Les fêtes d’Hébé) and witty comédie lyrique (Les paladins). However, it is not healthy for William Christie to inadvertently acquire hegemony, so my selection is designed to allow a broad cross-section of Rameau’s genius in different genres, all performed outstandingly by several generations of performers: the vanguard, the consolidators and the newcomers.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1-1 Illustrated Synopsis. Cast Gallery 3:30
1-2 Prologue
Vocals [Bellone] – João Fernandes Vocals [Hébé] – Danielle de NieseVocals [L'Amour] – Valérie Gabail
31:12
1-3 First Entrée: Le Turc Généreux
Vocals [Emilie] – Anna Maria PanzarellaVocals [Osman] – Nicolas CavallierVocals [Valère] – Paul Agnew
35:36
1-4 Second Entrée: Les Incas Du Pérou
Vocals [Don Carlos] – François PiolinoVocals [Huascar] – Nathan BergVocals [Phani] – Jaël Azzaretti
37:40
2-1 Third Entrée: Les Fleurs, Fête Persanne
Vocals [Ali] – Nathan BergVocals [Fatime] – Malin HarteliusVocals [Tacmas] – Richard CroftVocals [Zaïre] – Gaële Le Roi
43:42
2-2 Fourth Entrée: Les Sauvages
Vocals [Adario] – Nicolas RivenqVocals [Damon] – Christoph StrehlVocals [Don Alvar] – Christophe FelVocals [Zima] – Patricia Petibon
35:46
Extra Features
2-3 Swinging Rameau - A Documentary. Biographies 51:18

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – LGM
  • Copyright (c) – Opéra National de Paris
  • Copyright (c) – Opus Arte
  • Recorded At – Opéra National De Paris, Palais Garnier
  • Filmed At – Opéra National De Paris, Palais Garnier
  • Recorded By – Radio France
  • Engineered At – Stream Digital Media
  • Pressed By – Technicolor – DVP35482
  • Pressed By – Technicolor – DVP35483
  • Pressed By – Technicolor – DVP35484
  • Pressed By – Technicolor – DVP35485

Credits

  • Authoring – Jason Hawkins
  • Booklet Editor – Charlotte De Grey
  • Choreography – Blanca Li
  • Composed By – Jean-Philippe Rameau
  • Design [DVD Menu] – Martin Birch, Peter Halata
  • Design [Packaging] – Smith & Gilmour
  • Directed By [Stage] – Andrei Serban*
  • Engineer [Balance] – Cyril Bécue*
  • Executive-Producer [DVD] – Hans Petri
  • Executive-Producer [TV] – Yves Rolland
  • Film Director [TV] – Thomas Grimm
  • Libretto By – Louis Fuzelier
  • Lighting – Robert Wierzel
  • Liner Notes – Reiner E. Moritz
  • Liner Notes [Translation] – Visiontext
  • Music Director – William Christie
  • Orchestra, Chorus – Les Arts Florissants
  • Photography By – Cosimo Mirco Magliocca
  • Producer [Audio Recording] – Alain Duchemin
  • Producer [DVD, Assistant] – Nancy Spreadborough
  • Producer [DVD] – Ferenc van Damme
  • Producer [Post Production] – Alison Ratsey
  • Recorded By, Edited By – Catherine Cérhété, Christian Koeler
  • Set Designer, Design [Costumes] – Marina Draghici

Notes

© 2005.
Recorded live on 22nd, 24th & 25th September 2003.
A co-production of LGM, Opéra National de Paris and Les Arts Florissants with the participation of TFI, Mezzo and the Centre National de la Cinématographie,
Running time: aprox. 224 minutes.

Picture format: 16/9 anamorphic.
Audio frmat: LPCM Stereo, 5.1 DTS
All regions
Subtitles in English, French, German, Spanish & Italian.

28 page full colour booklet in English, French and German.
Made in the UK.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 8 09478 00923 8
  • Barcode: 809478009238
  • Matrix / Runout (DVD 1, Outer ring): Technicolor | DVP35483 OA0923DD1R0/L1 04 OOM
  • Matrix / Runout (DVD 1, Inner ring): Technicolor | DVP35482 OA0923DD1R0/L0 03 00M
  • Mastering SID Code (DVD 1): IFPI LR76
  • Mould SID Code (DVD 1): IFPI U683
  • Matrix / Runout (DVD 2, Outer ring): Technicolor | DVP35485 OA0923DD2R0/L1 03 OOM
  • Matrix / Runout (DVD 2, Inner ring): Technicolor | DVP35484 OA0923DD2R0/L0 02 OOM
  • Mastering SID Code (DVD 2): IFPI LR77
  • Mould SID Code (DVD 2): IFPI U681