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Orchestra – The London Philharmonic Orchestra. Soprano Vocals – Ana Maria Martinez (tracks: Rusalka), Tatiana Pavlovskaya (tracks: Foreign Princess). Tenor Vocals – Alasdair Elliott (tracks: Gamekeeper), Brandon Jovanovich (tracks: Prince). Recorded live at Glyndebourne in August 2009. 3 CD set, total playing time 149:23 Sung in the original Czech. Booklet contains full libretto and English translation, and synopses in English, French and German.
Album · 2013 · 29 Songs. London Philharmonic Orchestra, Natasha Jouhl, Élodie Méchain, Barbara Senator, Mischa Schelomianski, Ana Maria Martínez, Larissa Diadkova, John Mackenzie, Brandon Jovanovich, Alasdair Elliott, Diana Axentii, Tatiana Pavlovksaya & Jiří Bělohlávek. 2. Rusalka, Act 1: II. Hou, hou, hou (Ho, ho, ho). 3. Rusalka, Act 1: III.
Dvořák's music is generally through-composed, and uses motifs for Rusalka, her damnation, the water sprite and the forest. His word-setting is expressive while allowing for nationally inflected passages, and Grove judges that the work shows the composer at the height of his maturity. He uses established theatrical devices – dance sections, comedy (Gamekeeper and Turnspit) and pictorial musical depiction. Ana María Martínez, Brandon Jovanovich, Mischa Schelomianski, Tatiana Pavlovskaya, Larissa Diadkova. Jiří Bělohlávek, London Philharmonic Orchestra and the Glydebourne Chorus. CD: Glyndebourne Festival Opera Cat: GFOCD 007-09.
She was back on the proverbial horse for the rest of the season, however, and now we have a souvenir of those performances, with Martínez in pretty and plaintive voice as the doomed nymph. Her vibrato won’t be to all tastes, but ultimately this is a fine, persuasive portrayal. That said, she’s very nearly outshone by her colleagues
Ana Maria Martinez's Rusalka-more warm -blooded than Gabriela Benackova, less self-indulgent then Renee Fleming-gives one of the most ecstatic acounts of the famous Song to the Moon on disc. She is well partnered by Brandon Jovanovich's Prince, perhaps not quite as ringing as Wieslaw Ochman or Ben Heppner, but displaying a verile young tenor of limitless potential, especially moving in his yearning Liebestod. The great Russian mezzo Larissa Diadkova relishes Jezibaba's witchy incantations,capturing both the comic and terrifying facets of the character,while the sopano Tatiana Pavolvskaya glitters heartlessly as the vampish Foreign Princess.
Orchestra: London Philharmonic Orchestra, The Glyndebourne Chorus. Conductor: Jiri Belohlavek, Thomas Blunt. Composer: Antonin Dvorak. Listening to her dusky lyric soprano voice is pure joy, and she delivers a stunning performance as Rusalka. His performance as the Prince is excellent. The rest of the cast support ably. In common with most live performances, one must tolerate occasional non-musical sounds . of actors moving around onstage. Despite this, the Glyndebourne Chorus and London Philharmonic Orchestra are superbly conducted by Jiri Belohlavek.
Antonín Dvořák; Martínez, Jovanovich, Diadkova, Schelomianski, Pavlovskaya, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Jiří Bělohlávek. Luis Bacalov; Plácido Domingo, Ana María Martínez, Coro e Orchestra dell’Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia, Myung-Whun Chung. 1. Showing official release groups by this artist.
Ana María Martínez (Rusalka), Brandon Jovanovich (Prince), Tatiana Pavlovskaya (Foreign Princess), Mischa Schelomianski (Vodnik), Larissa Diadkova (Ježibaba), Diana Axentii (Kitchen Boy), Alasdair Elliott (Gamekeeper). London Philharmonic Orchestra & The Glyndebourne Chorus, Jirí Belohlávek . BBC Music Magazine, September 2010, Mor. elease Date: 1st Jun 2010.
|1-2||Hou, Hou, Hou||4:47|
|1-3||I Pĕknĕ Vítám||3:32|
|1-5||Sem často Přichází A V Objetí Mé Stoupá||4:20|
|1-6||Mĕsíčku Na Nebi Hlubokém||5:38|
|1-7||Ta Voda Studí! Ježibabo, Ježibabo||3:16|
|1-8||Staletá Moudrost Tvá Všechno Ví||4:31|
|1-9||Tvoje Moudrost Všechno Tuší||4:45|
|1-10||Čury Mury Fuk||3:04|
|1-11||Jel Mladý Lovec||5:04|
|1-12||Vidino Divná, Přesladká||6:41|
|2-1||Jářku, Jářku, Klouče Milé||3:48|
|2-2||U Nás V Lese Straší||4:51|
|2-3||Již Týden Dlíš Mi Po Boku||3:50|
|2-4||Zda Ne Chvíli Princ Vzpomene Si Přec||5:50|
|2-5||Slavnostní Hudba - Balet||5:24|
|2-6||Celý Svĕt Nedá Ti, Nedá||4:15|
|2-7||Kvĕtiny Bílé Po Cestě||3:34|
|2-8||Rusalko, Znáš Mne, Znáš?||5:53|
|2-9||Vidíš Je Vidíš? Jsou Tu Zas||7:32|
|3-1||Necitelná Vodní Moci||6:49|
|3-2||Aj, Aj? Už Jsi Se Navrátila?||6:17|
|3-3||Vyrvána Životu V Hlubokou Samotu||4:14|
|3-4||Že Se Bojíš? Třesky, Plesky||6:38|
|3-5||Mám Zlaté Vlásky, Mám||8:02|
|3-6||Bílá Moje Lani!||4:52|
|3-7||Miláčku, Znáš Mne, Znáš?||4:40|
|3-8||Líbej Mne, Líbej, Mír Mi Přej||9:46|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Glyndebourne Enterprises Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Glyndebourne Enterprises Ltd.
- Recorded At – Glyndebourne Festival Opera House
- Baritone Vocals – John Mackenzie (tracks: Hunter)
- Bass Vocals – Mischa Schelomianski (tracks: Vodnik)
- Composed By – Antonín Dvořák
- Conductor – Jiří Bělohlávek
- Libretto By – Jaroslav Kvapil
- Mezzo-soprano Vocals – Larissa Diadkova (tracks: Ježibaba)
- Orchestra – The London Philharmonic Orchestra
- Soprano Vocals – Ana Maria Martinez (tracks: Rusalka), Tatiana Pavlovskaya (tracks: Foreign Princess)
- Tenor Vocals – Alasdair Elliott (tracks: Gamekeeper), Brandon Jovanovich (tracks: Prince)
NotesRecorded live at Glyndebourne in August 2009
3 CD set, total playing time 149:23
Sung in the original Czech. Booklet contains full libretto and English translation, and synopses in English, French and German.
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