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Wydawnictwo: Orfeo
Nr katalogowy: MP 1903
Nośnik: 2 CD
Data wydania: styczeń 2020
EAN: 4011790190327
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Epoka muzyczna: romantyzm, klasycyzm
Obszar (język): francuski, niemiecki
Rodzaj: kantata

Beethoven / Reicha: Egmont / Lenore

Orfeo - MP 1903
Lenore - Camilla Nylund, soprano
Mutter - Pavia Vykopalova, mezzo-soprano
Erzahler - Corby Welch, tenor
Wilhelm - Vladimir Chmelo, bass
Ruth Ziesak, soprano
Ulrich Tukur, narrator
Prague Chamber Choir
Virtuosi di Praga / Frieder Bernius
Philharmonisches Staatsorchester Hamburg / Gerd Albrecht
CD 1:
Ludwig van Beethoven:
Leonoren-Ouvertüre No. 2, Op. 72
Egmont, Op. 84 - Music to Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's Tragedy

CD 2:
Leonre - Dramatic Cantata on the text of the ballad by Gottfried August Bürger
While Ludwig van Beethoven’s only opera Fidelio remains at home timelessly on all the major stages, concert audiences are usually only aware of the relevant overtures of the other stage music by the great composer. However, the eminently appealing music of Egmont with its beautiful and catchy songs and its energetic and melodious orchestral scores might be considered as Beethoven’s most interesting and worthwhile stage music after Fidelio.

Antonín Reicha’s dramatic cantata Lenore is the musical setting of the eponymous horror ballade by the German poet Gottfried August Bürger, famous today above all as the author of the tales concerning the Baron of the Lies, Münchhausen. In comparison with Beethoven (who is said greatly to have admired Reicha’s Lenore and even to have recommended it be performed), in musical terms Reicha’s cantata does not point into the future despite all its onomatopoetic effects, but takes its bearings audibly from the epic oratorio style of Reicha’s mentor and friend, Joseph Haydn.

Recordings: Musikhalle Hamburg, 14.-15.10.1991 (CD 1); Prague, Studio Korunni 60, 24.-27.11.2001 (CD 2).

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