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Performer: Lianna Haroutounian / Bryan Hymel / Antonio Pappano
Title: Verdi: Les Vêpres Siciliennes [Video]
Style: Opera
Date of release: February 16, 2015
Genre: Classical
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Lianna Haroutounian / Bryan Hymel / Antonio Pappano - Verdi: Les Vêpres Siciliennes [Video] mp3 flac

Lianna Haroutounian, Bryan Hymel, Antonio Pappano. Verdi: Les Vêpres Siciliennes.

Antonio Pappano, Stefan Herheim, Erwin Schrott, Michael Volle, Lianna Haroutounian and Bryan Hymel introduce the music and characters in Les . Гость Александр Ширвиндт.

Antonio Pappano conducts a world-class cast including Erwin Schrott, Bryan Hymel and Lianna Haroutounian in. .Stefan Herheim’s production of Verdi’s French grand opera Les Vêpres siciliennes (The Sicilian Vespers) was The Royal Opera’s first, created in 2013 to mark the composer’s bicentenary

Les Vepres Siciliennes is one of Verdi's middle operas and his first written in French, written in 1854 for the Paris Exposition of 1855 and was well received at the Paris Opera. It was shortly afterwards translated into Italian for the Italian premiere. The topic is the 13th century Sicilian revolt against the occupying French troops,and the conflicts between politics and personal affiliations. No longer competitive.

Lianna Haroutounian Bryan Hymel Michael Volle Erwin Schrott. Antonio Pappano, Orchestra and Chorus of the Royal Opera. Everist, Mark (2004), "Killing a Bull" and the Pleasures of History: Verdi's Les Vêpres Siciliennes " in the booklet accompanying the Opera Rara recording of Les Vêpres Siciliennes. Kimbell, David (2001), in Holden, Amanda (E., 2001, The New Penguin Opera Guide, New York: Penguin Putnam.

Cast: Hélène - Lianna Haroutounian Henri - Bryan Hymel Guy de Montfort - Michael Volle Jean Procida - Erwin Schrott Thibault - Neal Cooper Robert - Jihoon Kim Le Sire de Béthune - Jean Teitgen Le Comte de Vaudemont - Jeremy White Daniéli - Nico Darmanin Ninetta - Michelle Daly Mainfroid - Jung Soo Yun Royal Opera Chorus Orchestra of the Royal Opera House Conductor - Antonio Pappano. Video ID : 1 Format : AVC Format/Info : Advanced Video Codec Format profile : [email protected] 1 Format settings, CABAC : Yes Format settings, ReFrames : 2 frames Codec ID : V MPEG4/ISO/AVC Duration : 2h 58mn Nominal bit rate : 6 215 Kbps Width : 1 920 pixels Height : 1 080 pixels Display aspect ratio : 16:9 Frame rate mode : Constant Frame rate

Offer, Verdi: Les vêpres siciliennes. Lianna Haroutounian (Helene), Bryan Hymel (Henri), Erwin Schrott (Procida), Michael Volle (Guy de Montfort), Michelle Daly (Ninetta), Neal Cooper (Thibault), Nico Darmanin (Daniéli), Jung Soo Yun (Mainfroid), Jihoon Kim (Robert), Jean Teitgen (Le Sire de Béthune) & Jeremy White (Le Comte de Vaudemont). American tenor Bryan Hymel, whose recital album Héroïque is also released on Warner Classics in February 2015, takes on one of Verdi’s highest tenor roles.

Lianna Haroutounian (soprano) Henri. Bryan Hymel (tenor) Procida. Erwin Schrott (bass) Guy de Montfort. Michael Volle (baritone) Ninetta. Written for the Paris Opera in 1855, Verdi adopted the elaborate styles and traditions of French Grand opera in Les Vêpres Siciliennes. It is a tale of family relationships, loyalty, patriotism and revenge. Based on a story set in 1282, Sicily has been invaded by the French, and the Duchess Hélène (sung by soprano Lianna Haroutounian) is being held hostage by Montfort (baritone Michael Volle), the French Governor

Les Vêpres siciliennes is one of Verdi’s lesser-known mature operas, but was vital to his development as a composer. It was created for the Paris Opéra in 1855, providing Verdi with an opportunity to embrace the elaborate style and traditions of French grand opera. First seen at the Royal Opera House in 2013, this staging of Verdi's rarely-performed opera Les Vêpres siciliennes – directed by Stefan Herheim and conducted by The Royal Opera’s Music Director, Verdi specialist Sir Antonio Pappano – went on to win the prestigious Olivier Award for Best New Opera Production.

This page is managed and maintained on behalf of Maestro Pappano  . Antonio Pappano est le messager d’une douce sauvagerie fort à propos, passant par un jeu très vertical de ses instrumentistes. les thèmes se chantent gourmands et se croquent à pleines dents. Les sons en reflets confirment une fois encore la vitalité d’un ensemble superlatif, sous la direction d’un chef de l’alchimie. Festival de Saint-Denis Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia Joyce DiDonato.

Credits:

Lianna Haroutounian - Primary Artist
Bryan Hymel - Primary Artist
Antonio Pappano - Primary Artist