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Eugen D'Albert / Schellenberger • Welker • Orth • Dresdner Philharmonie • Ralf Weikert - Die Toten Augen mp3 album

  • Performer: Eugen D'Albert
  • Title: Die Toten Augen
  • Genre: Classical
  • Formats: VOX MP3 MPC MP4 ASF AUD AU
  • Released: 1999
  • Style: Neo-Romantic, Opera
  • MP3 album: 1737 mb
  • FLAC album: 1732 mb
  • Rating: 4.7/5
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Eugen D'Albert / Schellenberger • Welker • Orth • Dresdner Philharmonie • Ralf Weikert - Die Toten Augen mp3 album

Die Toten Augen - Complete Opera. 1. Prld: Intro - Dresdner Philharmonie/Ralf Weikert. 2. Prld: 'Wir Schnitten Die Halme' - Olaf Bar/Lothar Odinius. 3. Prld: 'Die Sonne Sinkt, Heimwarts Zieht Meine Herde.

Die toten Augen (or The Dead Eyes) is an opera (called a Bühnendichtung or 'stage poem' by the composer) with a prologue and one act by Eugen d'Albert to a libretto in German by Hanns Heinz Ewers and Marc Henry (Achille Georges d'Ailly-Vaucheret) after Henry's own 1897 play Les yeux morts. Die toten Augen was first performed on 5 March 1916 at the Hofoper in Dresden under Fritz Reiner.

Eugen d'Albert: Die Toten Augen. Eugen d'Albert: Die Toten Augen. Dagmar Schellenberger. Conductor, Primary Artist.

d'ALBERT: Die Toten Augen Dagmar Schellenberger, soprano (Myrtocle); Hartmut Welker, baritone (Arcesius); Norbert Orth, tenor (Aurelius Galba); Margaret Chalker, soprano (Arsinoe); Anne Gjevang, soprano (Maria von Magdala); Lothar Odinius, tenor (The Sheperd); Olaf B r (The Reaper); others/Dresden Philharmonic Orch. and Chorus/Ralf Weikert, cond. Tiefland premiered in 1903 to great acclaim. d'Albert tried in vain to repeat that success and came fairly close with Die toten Augen, which premiered at the Dresden Court Opera March 5, 1916, with Fritz Reiner conducting. It is called "Drama in One Act with a Prelude and Postlude. The Bavarian orchestra is first-class, conductor Rolf Weikert in total sympathy with the idiom, and the recording rich and natural with plenty of detail.

Albert, Eugen d'. I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IEA 29. v'ts/Sec's. Prologue and 1 Act. First Performance.

Eugen (Francis Charles) d' Albert Composer. Ralf Weikert Conductor. Dresden Philharmonic Choir. Dresden Philharmonic Orchestra. Norbert Orth (ten) Aurelius Galba. Margaret Chalker (sop) Arsinoe. Anne Gjevang (sop) Mary of Magdala. Ralf Weikert draws sumptuous, occasionally clotted colours from his orchestra, and the live recording is clean and reasonably spacious.

Eugen d'Albert Die toten Augen Kulturpalast, Dresden, 1/2 March 1997. Hirte - Lothar Odinius Schnitter/Stimme Jesu - Olaf Bar Hirtenjunge/ Rebecca/Stimme aus dem Brunner - Cornelia Wosnitza Arcesius - Hartmut Welker Myrtocle - Dagmar Schellenberger Aurelius Galba - Norbert Orth Arsinoe - Margaret Chalker Maria von Magdala - Anne Gjevang Ktesiphar - Eberhard Buchner Ruth/sieche Frau - Angela Liebold Esther/Stimme aus dem Brunnen - Barbara Hoene Sarah - Sabine Brohm Jude - Gerald Hupach Jude - John Maxham Jude - Eb.

Die toten Augen was first performed on 5 March 1916 at the Hofoper in Dresden under Fritz Reiner. During the opening run of 7 performances, the role of Aurelius Galba was sung on two occasions, and that of Der Hirt on four occasions, by Richard Tauber. d'Albert: Die Toten Augen - Dresden Philharmonic Orchestra, Dresden Philharmonic Choir. Conductor: Ralf Weikert. Principal singers: Dagmar Schellenberger, Norbert Orth, Hartmut Welker, Olaf Bär. Recording date: March, 1997. Label: CPO - B000042OED (CD). International Standard Book Number. The International Standard Book Number is a unique numeric commercial book identifier.

Artist: Eugen d'Albert, Ralf Weikert, Dresden Philharmonic Genre: Classical Release Date: 01/18/2000 Label: Cpo Recording: Studio Sound: Stereo Length: Format: CD Note: 2 CD. Dig-Deeper. Tiefland (CD) Eugen d'Albert. D'Albert: Symphony In F Major, Symphonic Prologue To Tiefland (CD) Eugen d'Albert. The Romantic Cello Concerto, Vol. 1 - Dohnanyi: Konzertstuck, Enescu: Symphonie Concertante, d'Albert: Cello Concerto (CD) Eugen d'Albert. d'Albert: Die Toten Augen (Complete Opera) (CD) Eugen d'Albert.

Tracklist

Die Toten Augen
Vorspiel
1.1 Introduction 7:13
1.2 Wir Schnitten Die Halme 4:12
1.3 Die Sonne Sinkt, Heimwarts Zieht Meine Herde 2:32
1.4 Da, Sie Nur Die Prachtige Schar! 4:57
1.5 Mein Mantel! Mein Stab! 3:21
Act 1
1.6 Handlung Und Nachspiel. Heut Ist Der Tag 6:01
1.7 Die Sonne Ging Auf 3:34
1.8 Psyche Wandelt Durch Säulenhallen 4:41
1.9 Gruß, Dir, Arcesius! 2:09
1.10 Komm, Komm, Geliebter 5:49
1.11 Herrin 1:49
1.12 Herrin, Da Kommt Ktesiphar, Der Wunderarzt 2:56
1.13 Er Kann Mir Nicht Helfen 1:51
1.14 Hier Kommt Er Vorbei! 1:38
1.15 Für Alle Kam Der Herr 7:05
1.16 Jetzt Sind Sie Ganz Nahe! 3:52
2.1 Ein Spiegel! 4:07
2.2 Der Spiegel, Herrin 5:15
2.3 Nun Bist Du Heim Bei Deinem Glück 7:14
2.4 Geliebter! 6:07
2.5 Mörder... Tier... 1:34
2.6 Was Tut Ich Nur?! 1:54
2.7 Erbarmt Euch, Große Götter! 4:58
2.8 O Wär Ich Noch Das Unwissende Blinde Kind 6:34
2.9 Myrtocle... Myrtocle... 1:36
2.10 Nein! O Warum Quälst Du Mich - Nachspiel 4:38

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Kulturpalast Dresden

Credits

  • Alto Vocals – Anne Gjevang
  • Baritone Vocals – Hartmut Welker, Olaf Bär
  • Choir – Philharmonischer Chor Dresden
  • Chorus Master – Matthias Geissler
  • Composed By – Eugen D'Albert
  • Conductor – Ralf Weikert
  • Design – Lothar Bruweleit
  • Orchestra – Dresdner Philharmonie
  • Recorded By – Siegbert Schneider
  • Soprano Vocals – Dagmar Schellenberger, Margaret Chalker
  • Tenor Vocals – Lothar Odinius, Norbert Orth
  • Vocals – Sabine Brohm

Notes

℗ 1999 - Made in Germany
Live Recording: March 1-2, 1997, Konzertante Opernaufführung, Dresden, Kulturpalast
T.T.: 107'52

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 761203969227
  • Barcode: LC 8492
  • SPARS Code: DDD
  • Rights Society: GEMA


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