Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari: I Quatro Rusteghi Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra & Vasily Petrenko

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Album Info

Album Veröffentlichung:
2018

HRA-Veröffentlichung:
20.04.2018

Label: RUBICON

Genre: Classical

Subgenre: Opera

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  • Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari (1876-1948): I quatro rusteghi: Atto I:
  • 1Atto I: Preludio01:48
  • 2Scena 1: “Siora mare?” (Lucieta, Margarita)05:00
  • 3Scena 2: “Velo qua, eh!” (Margarita, Lucieta, Lunardo)10:51
  • 4Scena 3: “E cussì, come va sto maridozzo?” (Margarita, Lunardo)03:44
  • 5Scena 4: “L’è andada finalmente” (Lunardo, Maurizio)07:37
  • 6Scena 5: “El specio me ga dito che son bela” (Marina, una serva, Filipeto)07:53
  • 7Scena 6: “Xe sior barba!” (Filipeto, Marina, Simone)01:07
  • 8Scena 7: “Caro da Dio!” (Marina, Simone)01:44
  • 9Scena 8: “Ghe la fazzo, cospetina!” (Marina, una serva, Felice, Cancian, Riccardo)12:00
  • 10Scena 9: “Marina? – Sior?” (Simone, Marina, Felice, Riccardo, Cancian)06:16
  • Atto II:
  • 11Intermezzo03:41
  • 12Scena 1: “I me vol zirar ma mi li go magnai!” Lucieta, Margarita09:56
  • 13Scena 2: “Coss’è? Coss’è, parona, che parè una bissona?”(Lunardo, Margarita, Lucieta)01:34
  • 14Scena 3: “Patrona, siora Malgari!” (Marina, Margarita, Lucieta, Simone, Lunardo)03:11
  • 15Scena 4: “Marideve, che avarè de sti gusti” (Simone, Lunardo)06:02
  • 16Scena 5: “Oh, ècome quà lustrissimi” (Felice, Simone, Lunardo, Margarita, Lucieta, Marina)09:30
  • 17Scena 6: “A vu, ste mascarete ve domanda” (Margarita, Riccardo, Felice, Marina, Lucieta, Filipeto)06:41
  • 18Scena 7: “Cossa feu là?” (Lunardo, Lucieta, Simone, Cancian, Marina, Felice, Margarita)02:41
  • 19Scena 8: “O via, seu quà?” (Lunardo, Maurizio, Simone, Cancian, Felice, Riccardo, Marina, Filipeto, Lucieta, Margarita)03:34
  • Atto III:
  • 20Scena 1: “Hm! Ah, femene del diavolo, parchè ve gai creà?” (Lunardo, Simone, Cancian)11:12
  • 21Scena 2: “Siori gentilissimi grazie del bon amor” (Felice, Lunardo, Simone, Cancian)07:29
  • 22Ultima Scena: “Vele quà pentìe contrìe le domanda perdon” (Felice, Lucieta, Marina, Margarita, Lunardo, Cancian, Simone, Maurizio, Filipeto, Riccardo)07:41
  • Total Runtime02:11:12

Info zu Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari: I Quatro Rusteghi

Ermanno Wolf-Ferraris »I Quattro Rusteghi« ist eine herrliche Komödie. Sehr clever und sehr italienisch: bunt, lebendig und rhythmisch. Die Frauen sind frech, gerissen und verführerisch; die Männer sind furchtbar, schmutzig und gemein. Die Konfrontation zwischen ihnen steht im Mittelpunkt der Handlung, die in Venedig um 1800 angesiedelt ist, und natürlich ist der Zusammenstoß explosiv …

Wolf-Ferrari bemühte sich mit dem Werk, bei dem er auch musikalisch jeglichen Anklang an die Moderne vermied, um die Wiederbelebung der Opera buffa. Die Uraufführung fand 1906 in deutscher Sprache statt, an der Bayerischen Staatsoper in München.

Das European Opera Centre in Liverpool – unterstützt von der Europäischen Union – fördert junge Künstler und Projekte in ganz Europa. Diese Aufnahme mit dem Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra unter Vasily Petrenko präsentiert eine handverlesene Auswahl junger Sängerinnen und Sänger zusammen mit dem erfahrenen Mihnea Lamatic von der Rumänischen Nationaloper in Bukarest.

European Opera Centre
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra
Vasily Petrenko, Dirigent




Vasily Petrenko - Conductor
Vasily Petrenko was appointed Principal Conductor of the orchestra in September 2006 and in September 2009 became Chief Conductor. He is also Principal Conductor of the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain, and in 2013 will become Chief Conductor of the Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra. He was the Classical BRIT Awards Male Artist of the Year 2010 and the Classic FM/Gramophone Young Artist of the Year 2007. In 2009 he was awarded Honorary Doctorates by the University of Liverpool and Liverpool Hope University. He now works with many of the world’s finest orchestras, including the London Philharmonic, Philharmonia, Russian National, Netherlands Radio Philharmonic, Philadelphia, Los Angeles Philharmonic and San Francisco Symphony Orchestras, and the Rundfunk Sinfonieorchester Berlin, and his wide operatic repertoire includes Macbeth (Glyndebourne Festival Opera), Le Villi, I due Foscari and Boris Godunov (Netherlands Reisopera), Pique Dame (Hamburg State Opera) and Eugene Onegin (Opéra de Paris, Bastille). Recordings with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra include Tchaikovsky’s Manfred Symphony (2009 Classic FM/Gramophone Orchestral Recording of the Year) (Naxos 8.570568), an ongoing Shostakovich cycle, and Rachmaninov’s Symphonic Dances and complete Piano Concertos.

Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra
The award-winning Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra is Britain’s oldest surviving professional symphony orchestra, dating from 1840. The dynamic young Russian, Vasily Petrenko, was appointed Principal Conductor of the orchestra in September 2006 and in September 2009 became Chief Conductor. The orchestra gives over sixty concerts each season in Liverpool Philharmonic Hall and tours widely throughout the United Kingdom and internationally, most recently touring to China, Switzerland, France, Spain, Germany, Romania and the Czech Republic. In recent seasons, world première performances have included major works by Sir John Tavener, Karl Jenkins, Michael Nyman and Jennifer Higdon, John McCabe, Emily Howard, Gary Carpenter, Mark Simpson and Kenneth Hesketh. Recent additions to the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra’s extensive and critically acclaimed recording catalogue include Tchaikovsky’s Manfred Symphony (2009 Gramophone Awards Orchestral Recording of the Year), the world première performance of Sir John Tavener’s Requiem, the first six discs of an ongoing Shostakovich cycle (the recording of Symphony No. 10 is the 2011 Gramophone Awards Orchestral Recording of the Year), Rachmaninov’s Symphonic Dances, and Piano Concertos Nos. 2 and 3 and Nos. 1 and 4 with Simon Trpčeski; and Rachmaninov’s Symphony No. 3.

Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Choir & Chorus Master: Ian Tracey
The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Choir has always been central to the life of Liverpool Philharmonic. Its members are drawn from all walks of life and travel from all parts of the Liverpool City Region, and beyond, to take part in the choir’s activities. The choir’s repertoire covers all periods and styles from Bach to newly commissioned works, with full symphony orchestra and unaccompanied, and it also plays a leading rôle in the famous Liverpool Philharmonic Carol Concerts. The choir has performed in many of the major British concert venues, has sung with the St Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra, the National Orchestra of Wales and the BBC Philharmonic, and has undertaken several foreign tours, both independently and with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra. Ian Tracey has been Chorus Master since 1985 and has travelled with the choir both in Britain and abroad.

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