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Wydawnictwo: Glyndebourne
Nr katalogowy: GFO 021-11
Nośnik: 4 CD
Data wydania: marzec 2014
EAN: 878280000214
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Epoka muzyczna: romantyzm
Obszar (język): niemiecki
Rodzaj: opera

Wagner: Die Meistersinger von Nurnberg - From Glyndebourne’s 2011

Glyndebourne - GFO 021-11
Wykonawcy
Hans Sachs - Gerald Finley, baritone
Walther von Stolzing - Marco Jentzsch, tenor
Eva - Anna Gabler, soprano
Beckmesser - Johannes Martin Kränzle, baritone
Magdalene - Michaela Selinger, mezzo
David - Topi Lehtipuu, tenor
Kunz Vogelgesang - Colin Judson, tenor
Veit Pogner - Alastair Miles, bass
London Philharmonic Orchestra
The Glyndebourne Chorus / Vladimir Jurowski
Nagrody i rekomendacje
 
BBC Music Awards
 
The new Opera House at Glyndebourne, which opened in 1994, allowed Glyndebourne to entertain the possibility of staging a Wagner opera for the first time in their 60 year history. Tristan und Isolde was first in 2003, followed by the staging of this production of Die Meistersinger in 2011. The largest production ever to appear on the Glyndebourne stage.

Glyndebourne’s founder Sir John Christie (1882-1962) had a life-long passion for Wagner and staged an amateur performance of Act III of Die Meistersinger (casting himself as Beckmesser) on June 3rd 1928 … well before the Festival was established in 1932.

On this recording, Gerald Finley makes his debut as Hans Sachs, portraying Sach’s character sensitively and sympathetically; his voice nothing short of glorious. Johannes Martin Kränzle as Beckmesser beautifully handles this insecure and second-rate talent with a first rate performance. Marco Jentzsch as Walther is extremely impressive, his Heldentenor voice wonderfully warm yet assertive. Conducted by Vladimir Jurowski, he clearly understands the soul and humanity in this opera. With Jurowski at the helm, orchestral textures and colours are kept light and alive, resulting in a sound world somewhat different to most other available recordings. His reading remaining true to score and, most importantly, to the meaning of the opera.

This recording draws the listener in from the first note to the last, leaving one with music ringing in their ears for some time afterwards. 4 hours flies by!

…I don’t think I’ve ever been so enveloped and transported by this glorious music as at Glyndebourne... - Wall Street Journal

Gerald Finley is glorious: vocally right back to his volatile best, and exuding a mesmerising sadness, nobility and anguished stoicism. - The Times

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