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Wydawnictwo: LSO Live
Nr katalogowy: LSO 0862
Nośnik: 1 SACD
Data wydania: listopad 2020
EAN: 822231186229
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Epoka muzyczna: klasycyzm
Obszar (język): niemiecki
Rodzaj: oratorium

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Beethoven: Christ on the Mount of Olives

LSO Live - LSO 0862
Wykonawcy
Elsa Dreisig
Pavol Breslik
David Soar
London Symphony Orchestra / Simon Rattle
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No. 1a, Introduzione. Grave - Adagio
No. 1b, Recitativo. Jehova, Du Mein Vater!
No. 1c, Aria. Meine Seele Ist Erschuttert
No. 2a, Recitativo. Erzittre, Erde!
No. 2b, Aria. Preist Des Erlosers Gute
No. 2c, Chor Der Engel. O Heil Euch Ihr Erlosten
No. 3a, Recitativo. Verkundet, Seraph, Mir Dein Mund
No. 3b, Duetto. So Ruhe Dann Mit Ganzer Schwere
No. 4a, Recitativo. Willkommen, Tod!
No. 4b, Chor Der Krieger. Wir Haben Ihn Gesehen
No. 5a, Recitativo. Die Mich Zu Fangen Ausgezogen Sind
No. 5b, Chor Der Krieger. Chor Der Junger
No. 6a, Recitativo. Nicht Ungestraft Soll Der Verwegnen Schar
No. 6b, Terzetto. In Meinen Adern Wuhlen Unbandig Zorn Und Wut
No. 6c, Chor Der Krieger, Chor Der Junger.
No. 6d, Chor Der Engel. Welten Singen Lob Und Ehre
No. 6e, Chor Der Engel. Preiset Ihn, Ihr Engelschore
Composed in 1803, while Beethoven was also writing the ‘Eroica’ Symphony, Christ on the Mount of Olives (Christus am Ölberge) is the composer's only oratorio, and combines the emotive force of his later Missa Solemnis with the theatre of a Bach Passion. With orchestra, chorus and soloists, it tells the story of Jesus’ prayer and arrest in the Garden of Gethsemane and also reflects the emotional pressure Beethoven was under at the time. This recording by Sir Simon Rattle, with acclaimed singers Elsa Dreisig, Pavol Breslik and David Soar was made during the London Symphony Orchestra's celebration of Beethoven's 250th anniversary.

'When I came to the Mount of Olives, I immediately was simply puzzled. Why isn't this piece played? Of course, it's a mixed piece and there are weird flaws and edges but so there are in the Ninth Symphony, they're part of the personality. It's a fascinating moment in his life when he was starting really to deal with his hearing loss. He'd written the Heiligenstadt Testament, where he really confessed to his suicidal thoughts on losing the single-most important ability a musician could have. There is a kind of unearthly, underground sensation of some of it, there's also a real feeling of naive belief in the possibility of things being better. I think it is completely heaven.'

Recorded January & February 2020, Barbican Hall, London.

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