Antonín Dvořák, Zdeněk Mácal, New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, Westminster Symphonic Choir - The Spectre's Bride FLAC album
Genre: Classical music
Title: The Spectre's Bride
Style: Choral, Romantic
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Album · 2002 · 19 Songs. The Spectre's Bride, Op. 69, B. 135: Introduction. By Antonín Dvořák & Karel Jaromir Erben - Westminster Symphonic Choir, Ivan Kusnjer, John Aler, Oksana Krovytska, Zdenek Macal & New Jersey Symphony Orchestra. 2. 135: The Clock Has Chime. Chorus). 3.
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Dvorák: The Spectre's Bride. Zdenek Mácal Conductor. CD: 1 Tracks: 19 Length: 1:16:49. CD 1. Antonín (Leopold) Dvořák Composer. The Spectre's Bride (Svatební kosile), for soloists, chorus, and orchestra, . 35, O. 9 Work. Westminster Symphony Choir Chorus/Choir, Ivan Kusnjer Bass-baritone, Oksana Krovytska Soprano, New Jersey Symphony Orchestra Orchestra, Joseph Flummerfelt Chorus/Choir Director, John Aler Tenor, Zdenek Mácal Conductor.
Performer: Westminster Symphonic Choir. Orchestra: New Jersey Symphony. Conductor: Zdenek Macal. Audio CD (July 30, 2002). The Spectre’s Bride dates from 1884, which puts it firmly in Dvorak’s middle period, though I don’t think I’m imagining things when I claim to hear foreshadowing of the remarkable sound world of his late symphonic poems. Perhaps the reason for that is that The Spectre’s Bride, like those symphonic poems, are based on the traditional folk tales arranged by Karl Erben. The cantata consists of three scenes and tells the tale of a girl who is carried off by a specter or phantom lover; the principal roles are taken by the tenor and soprano, whereas the baritone and chorus tell the story.
LyricsThe spectre's bride, Op. 69. ntonín Dvořák, Oksana Krovytska, John Aler, Ivan Kusnjer, Westminster Symphonic Choir, New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, Zdeněk Mácal.
Dvořák: Requiem, Op. 89, New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, conductor Zdeněk Mácal, Westminster Choir, soloists: Oksana Krovytska (soprano), Wendy Hoffman (mezzo-soprano), John Aler (tenor), Gustav Beláček (bass). Dvořák: Requiem, Op. 89, Capella Weilburgensis, conductor Doris Hagel, Kantorei der Schlosskirche Weilburg, soloists: Mechthild Bach (soprano), Stefanie Irányi (mezzo-soprano), Markus Schäfer (tenor), Klaus Mertens (bass).
Olivier Messiaen, Westminster Symphonic Choir, National Symphony Orchestra Washington, Antal Doráti. La Transfiguration de Notre Seigneur Jésus-Christ - Premier Septénaire: 3. Christus Jesus, splendor Patris. Olivier Messiaen, John A. C. Kane, János Starker, Wallace Mann, Loren Kitt, Frank A Ames, Ronald Barnett, Westminster Symphonic Choir, National Symphony Orchestra Washington, Antal Doráti. Antonín Dvořák, Kaaren Erickson, Claudine Carlson, John Aler, John Cheek, Westminster Symphonic Choir, New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, Zdeněk Mácal. 135: There on a plain open and wid. Bass, Chorus). Antonín Dvořák, Oksana Krovytska, John Aler, Ivan Kusnjer, Westminster Symphonic Choir, New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, Zdeněk Mácal.
Orchestra – New Jersey Symphony Orchestra. Producer – Chris Landen. Soprano Vocals – Janice Chandler (tracks: 1-4). Dedicated to the memory of Ashley David Bernard (1958-2003), who loved nature and all its creatures, and who gave unstintingly of himself.
15: Interval Martin Handley introduces extracts from Dvorak's The Spectre's Bride which was commisisoned by Birmingham and performed in the Town Hall, conducted by the composer to great acclaim, 130 years ago. DVORAK: The Spectred Bride - Introduction - Chorus "The Clock Has Chimed" - "And Then On The Door" - "Holy Virgin Do Stand By Me" Ivan Kusnjer (bass) Oksana Krovytska (soprano) New Jersey Symphony Orchestra Westminster Symphonic Choir Zdek Macal (conductor). Choir: Westminster Symphonic Choir. Orchestra: New Jersey Symphony Orchestra. Conductor: Zdeněk Mácal. Dvorak: Svatební Kosile, Op.
Westminster Symphonic Choir in New York. Performing Bernstein's MASS with The Philadelphia Orchestra. Performing with The Philadelphia Orchestra. Performing with the Berlin Philharmonic. Performing with the New York Philharmonic. St. Matthew Passion with the Philadelphia Orchestra. 0. Westminster Symphonic Choir Performances. This slideshow is not enabled. New York Philharmonic. Dvorak: Spectre’s Bride. New Jersey Symphony Orchestra. Mahler: Symphony No. 3 (Westminster Choir – women only).
|2||No. 1 Chorus - "The clock has chimed..."||4:43|
|3||No. 2 Soprano solo - "Alas! Where is my father gone..."||8:20|
|4||No. 3 Tenor and bass solo and chorus - "The picture on the wall..."||1:30|
|5||No. 4 Duet: Soprano and tenor solo - "Hey, my lass, here I come!..."||4:14|
|6||No. 5 Bass solo and chorus - "It was at night..."||1:00|
|7||No. 6 Bass solo and chorus - "And he leads the way..."||2:43|
|8||No. 7 Duet: soprano and tenor solo - "A fine night this is..."||4:12|
|9||No. 8 Bass solo and chorus - "He took her books from her..."||1:25|
|10||No. 9 Bass solo and chorus - "And he leads the way..."||3:05|
|11||No. 10 Duet: soprano and tenor solo (bass solo and chorus) - "A fine night this is..."||4:39|
|12||No. 11 Bass solo and chorus - " And so they flew..."||4:46|
|13||No. 12 Duet: soprano and tenor solo - "A fine night this is..."||5:15|
|14||No. 13 Bass solo and chorus - "There on a plain open and wide..."||1:21|
|15||No. 14 Recitative:o soprano, tenor solo and chorus - "Hey now, my lassie..."||4:17|
|16||No. 15 Bass solo and chorus - "At one go he leapt over the fence..."||5:09|
|17||No. 16 Bass solo and chorus - "And then, on the door..."||4:16|
|18||No. 17 Soprano solo - "Holy Virgin, do stand by me..."||5:47|
|19||No. 18 Bass solo and chorus - "And lo, at this moment..."||6:11|
- Recorded At – New Jersey Performing Arts Center
- Baritone Vocals [The Story-Teller] – Ivan Kusnjer
- Chorus – Westminster Symphonic Choir
- Chorus Master – Joseph Flummerfelt
- Composed By – Antonín Dvořák
- Conductor – Zdeněk Mácal
- Cover – Eduardo Patiño
- Creative Director – Harry Pack
- Editor – Dawn Frank
- Engineer [Associate] – Andrés Villalta, Jeff Mee
- Engineer [Recording] – John Eargle
- Executive Producer – Amelia S. Haygood, Carol Rosenberger
- Graphics – Mark Evans
- Liner Notes – Richard E. Rodda
- Orchestra – New Jersey Symphony Orchestra
- Producer [Recording] – David Frost
- Soprano Vocals [The Maiden] – Oksana Krovytska
- Tenor Vocals [The Spectre] – John Aler
NotesRecorded October 1 & 2, 2001, Prudential Hall, New Jersey Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ
DSD Processing: Emm Labs ADC8
DSD Editing and Mixing: Sony Sonoma Audio Workstation
Postproduction Monitor Loudspeakers: JBL 250Ti, LSR 28
Microphones: Sennheiser MKH series, Sanken CU-41, Neumann KM184, Schoeps Colette
Console: Soundcraft LX7
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