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Wydawnictwo: Orfeo
Nr katalogowy: C 986192
Nośnik: 2 CD
Data wydania: styczeń 2020
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Epoka muzyczna: romantyzm
Obszar (język): francuski
Rodzaj: opera

Auber: Le Cheval de bronze

Orfeo - C 986192
Tsing-Sing, an old mandarin - Franz Fuchs
Prinz Yang, son of the Emperor of China - Tino di Costa
Tschin-Kao, a farmer - Leo Heppe
Yanko, a young peasant - Kurt Equiluz
Péki, the daughter of Tchin-Kao - Wilma Jung
Tao-Jin, the wife of Tsing-Sing - Edith Kermer
Princess Stella - Herta Schmidt
Niederösterreichischer Tonkünstlerchor
Grosses Wiener Rundfunkorchester / Kurt Richter
Le Cheval de bronze
(Das eherne Pferd)
Opéra-comique (opéra-féerique) en trois actes
First performance - Opéra-Comique (Salle de la place de la Bourse/Théâtre des Nouveautés), 23 March 1835
Sung in German
Daniel François-Esprit Auber (1782–1871) was the most amiable French composer of the 19th century. His sparkling and beautiful overtures were once universally as famous as those of Rossini and Suppé. The greatest turning point in Auber’s life was meeting the librettist Eugene Scribe (1791–1861), with whom he developed a long and hugely successful working partnership. Success followed success; works such as Le Maçon (1825) and La Muette de Portici (1828) brought Auber public fame and official recognition.

Le Cheval de bronze, an opéra-féerique in three acts, derived from the tale Les Sept Fils du Calender (‘The Arabian Nights’), unfolds in Shantung province in a fairy tale China of long ago. The magical Bronze Horse of the title, appearing mysteriously on a nearby hill, will transport any man who climbs onto its back to the planet Venus, home to group of female sirens, led by the lovely Princess Stella. If the traveler in space can resist the sirens’ advances, he can return to earth with the lady of his choice; if not, he is whisked back alone, and turned to stone if he speaks of his experiences…

Recording: ORF Studio, Wien, Februar 1953.

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