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 内容介绍
英文片名Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart : " The Marriage of Figaro "
中文片名蓝光纯音乐 (2012)
类型电影
地区美国
文件大小 28.15 GB, 蓝光原盘 1080i
文件格式 BDMV/AVC
音轨 意大利语 DTS-HDMA 5.1
字幕 无字幕


Title: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart : " The Marriage of Figaro "
Original title : Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Le Nozze di Figaro
Year : 2012
Genre: Opera
Conductor : Teodor Currentzis
Artist : Simone Kermes (Contessa), Andrei Bondarenko (Conte), Christian van Horn (Figaro), Fanie Antonelou (Susanna), Mary-Ellen Nesi (Cherubino), Maria Forsström (Marcellina), Nikolai Loskutkin (Bartolo), Krystian Adam ( Don Basilio), James Elliot (Don Curzio), Garry Agadzhanian (Antonio), Natalya Kirillova (Barbarina), Orchestra And Choir Musicaeterna

Description:

Sony Classical announces a major new Mozart opera project with conductor Teodor Currentzis and his orchestra & choir MusicAeterna. A 'no-compromise' studio recording cycle of Mozart's three Da Ponte operas. Living in a unique artistic community established on the edge of Siberia, the musicians work and record under ideal conditions towards Currentzis' stated goal "to show what can be achieved if you avoid the factory approach of the classical music mainstream".

For Currentzis, these recordings represent the culmination of a decade-long research project dedicated to the discrepancies between the composer's will and what our ears have become used to. About his Figaro, he says: "The radicality of this recording is its precision. It is through strictest discipline that you unlock the perfume, bring the composer's text into real life, create all these colours that are impossible on the stage. This is why we spent such a significant amount of time in the studio - because we were pushing to reach our limits, to jump above our limit and reach a new understanding of this music. That is the privilege of a 'no-compromise' studio recording. There are so many recordings which convey the general spirit of Mozart's music. The only point in making a new one is to give the audience a chance to hear and learn about all the magic which this score holds. I made this recording because I wanted to show what can be achieved if you avoid the factory approach of the classical music mainstream. My credo is that every performance you give has to be like a pregnancy. You have to dream and you have to wait until the time comes when you see the miracle happening. If you're not like that in music, you lose the central idea of ​​music. Music is not a profession and it's not about reproduction. It's a mission ".

Currentzis chooses the orchestra's instruments depending on repertoire. For the Da Ponte cycle, historic instruments were chosen because, as Currentzis explains: "They give me the vibrancy, the speed, the taut, tight, crisp sound which fully delivers the thrill of this music. I use them because they sound better. If I thought this music sounds better on electric guitars, I would perform it on electric guitars ". The soloists' vocal technique is also markedly different to modern operatic interpretation, with a focus on intimacy and clarity, a use of vibrato remarkably restrictive even by today's' period practice 'standards as well as an approach to melodic ornamentation derived from historic sources which cannot be heard in other performances of these works



Issued: USA | Sony Music
Duration: 2:56:29