Sergei Prokofiev / Gabriel Bacquier, Jean-Luc Viala, Georges Gautier, Catherine Dubosc, Jules Bastin, Chorus Of The Lyon Opera, Orchestra Of The Lyon Opera , Conducted By Kent Nagano , Directed For The Stage By Louis Erlo , Directed For DVD By Jean-Franço FLAC album
Genre: Classical music
Title: L'Amour Des Trois Oranges
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The opera received its premiere performance on 30 December 1921 at the Auditorium Theatre in Chicago, conducted by Prokofiev. It received its first Russian production in Petrograd (now St. Petersburg) in 1926 and has since entered the standard repertoire of many opera companies. Probably the best-known piece in the opera is the "March", which was used by CBS in the radio-drama series The FBI in Peace and War that was broadcast from 1944 to 1958. Prokofiev also quotes the march in act 2 of his ballet Cinderella (Op. 87). Performance history. 1989: Gabriel Bacquier, Jean-Luc Viala, Georges Gautier, Catherine Dubosc, Jules Bastin, Chorus & Orchestra of the Lyon Opera, conductor Kent Nagano, stage director Louis Erlo. 2005: Alain Vernhes, Martial Defontaine, François Le Roux, Serghei Khomov, Sandrine Piau, Anna Shafajinskaja, Willard White.
Sergei Prokofiev, Gabriel Bacquier, Jean-Luc Viala, Georges Gautier, Catherine Dubosc, Jules Bastin, Chorus Of The Lyon Opera, Orchestra Of The Lyon Opera , Conducted By Kent Nagano, Directed For The Stage By Louis Erlo, Directed For DVD By Jean-François Jung. Sergei Prokofiev, Gabriel Bacquier, Jean-Luc Viala, Georges Gautier, Catherine Dubosc, Jules Bastin, Chorus Of The Lyon Opera, Orchestra Of The Lyon Opera , Conducted By Kent Nagano, Directed For The Stage By Louis Erlo, Directed For DVD By Jean-François Jung - L'Amour Des Trois Oranges (DVD-V, PAL).
Featuring the great master Bacquier as the king. Meanwhile, on the musical side, the orchestra gives a convincing performance, led by Kent Nagano on lively form. Featuring the great master Bacquier as the king. l'orange: Brigitte Fournier Linette, princesse enfermée dans l'orange: Consuelo Caroli La Cuisinière: Jules Bastin Sméraldine, servante noire de Fata Morgana: Beatrice Uria-Monzon.
Bacquier, Viala, Gautier, Dubosc & Bastin, Choeurs et Orchestre de l'Opéra national de Lyon, Kent Nagano. BBC Music Magazine, October 2006, Release Date: 7th Aug 2006. Catalogue No: 3586942. Series: Mid-Price Opera. Recording of the Year.
The King of Clubs - Gabriel Bacquier The Prince - Jean Luc Viala Princess Clarissa - Helene Perraguin Leandro - Vincent Le Texier Truffaldino - Georges Gautier - Didier Henry Celio - Gregory Reinhart Fata Morgana - Michele Lagrange Ninetta - Catherine Dubosc Linetta - Consuelo Caroli Nicoletta - Brigitte Fournier The Cook - Jules Bastin Smeraldina - Beatrice Uria- Monzon. This is the theatre of the absurd as Prokofiev envisaged it. A wonderful production. acted' played an produced.
By Sergei Prokofiev - Beatrice Uria-Monzon, Brigitte Fournier, Catherine Dubosc, Choeur de L'Opéra National de Lyon, Consuelo Caroli, Georges Gautier, Hélène Perraguin, Jean-Luc Viala, Kent Nagano, Michele Lagrange & Orchestre de l'Opéra National de Lyon. 2. L'Amour des trois oranges, Act 1: Tableau I : Le palais du Roi de Tréfle
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|1||L'Amour Des Trois Oranges (Opera In Four Acts With A Prologue)
Composed By, Libretto By [French Libretto By] – Sergei ProkofievLibretto By [French Libretto By] – Vera JanacopoulosText By [Based On The Italian Play "L'Amore Delle Tre Melarance" By] [Uncredited] – Carlo Gozzi
- Licensed From – RM Associates
- Copyright (c) – Opéra National De Lyon
- Copyright (c) – Kinowelt Home Entertainment Gmbh
- Copyright (c) – Ediciones Del Prado S.A.
- Published By – Boosey & Hawkes Music Publishers Ltd
- Filmed At – Opéra De Lyon
- Distributed By – ME.PE.
- Manufactured By – Duplico 2000
- Chorus – Chorus Of The Lyon Opera*
- Chorus Master – Donald Palumbo
- Conductor – Kent Nagano
- Directed By [Stage Director] – Louis Erlo
- Film Director [Directed For DVD By] – Jean-François Jung
- Orchestra – Orchestra Of The Lyon Opera*
- Vocals [Celio] – Gregory Reinhart
- Vocals [Fata Morgana] – Michèle Lagrange
- Vocals [Leandro] – Vincent Le Texier
- Vocals [Linetta] – Consuelo Caroli
- Vocals [Nicoletta] – Brigitte Fournier
- Vocals [Ninetta] – Catherine Dubosc
- Vocals [Pantaloon / Farfarello] – Didier Henry
- Vocals [Princess Clarissa] – Hélène Perraguin*
- Vocals [Smeraldina] – Béatrice Uria-Monzon
- Vocals [The Cook] – Jules Bastin
- Vocals [The King Of Clubs] – Gabriel Bacquier
- Vocals [The Prince] – Jean-Luc Viala
- Vocals [Truffaldino] – Georges Gautier
NotesFrom the Opéra National De Lyon.
French libretto by the composer and Vera Janacopoulos.
(C) Opéra National De Lyon / RM Associates 1989
DVD Opera Collection 2005
(C) Ediciones del Prado, S.A.
Total Time: 106 minutes
Picture Format: PAL / 16:9
Region Code: 2
Sound Format: PCM Stereo
Menus Languages: English, Spanish, French, German
Subtitles: English, Spanish, French (Libretto)
Comes in standard amaray case with 8-page insert.
Issued as part of the "DVD Opera Collection".
Comes together with "Stagione Lirica In DVD" Magazine.