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Wydawnictwo: Orfeo
Nr katalogowy: C 200062
Nośnik: 2 CD
Data wydania: maj 2021
EAN: 4011790200620
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Epoka muzyczna: romantyzm
Obszar (język): niemiecki
Rodzaj: opera, balet

Strauss II: Ritter Pasman

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Ritter Pásmán - Eberhard Waechter
Karl Robert von Anjou - Josef Hopfwieser
Die Königin (The Queen) - Sona Ghazarian
Eva - Trudeliese Schmidt
Rodomonte - Artur Korn
Hofmarschall Omodé - Horst Witsche
Gundy - Axelle Gall
Mischu - Peter Drahosch
ORF Chor
ORF Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra / Heinz Wallberg
Slovac State Philharmonic Orchestra / Alfred Walter (Complete Ballet Music)
Nagrody i rekomendacje
Classica 4 Crescendo Empfehlungen
Ritter Pasman - Comical Opera in three acts, Op. 441
acts, Op. 441 (1892)
After the novel 'Pázmán lovag' by János Arany

Complete Ballet Music
When the court opera director Wilhelm Jahn commissioned Johann Strauss Jr to write a ‘genuine’ opera, the Waltz King readily accepted. The result was Ritter Pásmán, his only stage work to step into the more exclusive genre of opera, even though the plot is reminiscent of the world of operetta. Based on the narrative poem Pázmán lovag by the Hungarian writer János Aranyi (1817–1882), it deals with jealousy and reciprocity. The comic opera’s premiere at the Vienna Court Opera on New Year’s Day 1892 was a major society event, but its artistic success lagged somewhat behind; the reviewers of the premiere gave it a cool reception, even though they hailed the ballet music at the beginning of Act III as an absolute masterpiece. (It’s worth noting that this was the first time a cimbalom had been used in the court opera orchestra).

This is a live recording of a performance at the Vienna Musikverein on 27 October 1975, with the ORF Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra directed by Heinz Wallberg. The cast of singers includes Eberhard Waechter (Ritter Pásmán), Sona Ghazarian (Queen), Josef Hopfwieser (Hungarian King) and Truedeliese Schmidt (Eva). The recording includes the complete ballet music as bonus tracks, performed by the Slovac State Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of Alfred Walter.

Recordings: Wien, Musikverein, 27.10.1975 (Live Recording); Košice, House Of Arts, 26.-30.8.1993 (Ballet).

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