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Thu Feb 12 22:01:52 2015 UTClccn-no970076480.31Il trittico Il tabarro ; Suor Angelica ; Gianni Schicchi /0.620.85Vénus & Adonis115921430no 970076484263981Panzarella, Anna M. 1970-Panzarella, Anna-Maria 1970-Panzarella, Maria.Panzarella, Maria 1970-lccn-n81023021Christie, William(William Lincoln)cndprflccn-n81024425Arts florissants (Musical group)prfitrmuslccn-n50000571Rameau, Jean-Philippe1683-1764autcmplccn-n94081350Talens lyriquesprfitrmuslccn-nr92033842Rivenq, Nicolassngprfvoclccn-n88628278Rousset, Christophecndprfautlccn-n85067560Ragon, Gillessngprflccn-n80158410Dam, José vansngprflccn-n87825182Pappano, Antonio1959-cndprflccn-no2004089269Dahlin, Anders J.1975-sngprfPanzarella, Anna MariaDramaMusical settingsOperasOperasRequiemsMotetsChoruses, Sacred (Mixed voices) with orchestraOperas--ExcerptsHippolytus (Greek mythology)Manon Lescaut (Prévost, abbé)Perseus (Greek mythology)Cantatas, SecularVocal duets with continuoDioscuri (Greek mythology)Songs (High voice) with orchestraTe Deum laudamus (Music)Live sound recordingsHercules (Roman mythology)New York (State)--New YorkChoruses, Secular (Women's voices) with orchestraSong cyclesOperaOperas--Analysis, appreciationFrance--VersaillesVocal duets with instrumental ensembleChoruses, Sacred (Mixed voices) with string orchestraMusicSound recordingsJuliet (Fictitious character)Manon (Massenet, Jules)Romeo (Fictitious character)1970199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220143704138303782.1M1500.M37ocn061678816ocn036913022ocn166212454ocn052422514ocn034842550ocn815767062ocn050059756ocn809793165ocn051500519ocn823242676ocn045366747ocn056393903ocn047135945ocn811455505ocn607297543ocn811454194ocn649688635ocn649688998ocn041584453ocn169908178ocn865100591ocn865096240ocn873990707ocn880555010ocn60792846037610ocn045366747rcrd20000.50Massenet, JulesManonMusical settingsOperasWho can resist the charms of Manon or remain unmoved by her fate? Ruth Ann Swenson takes on Massenet's title heroine, the equally beautiful and high-spirited young girl who turns her back on life in a convent when she meets the handsome des Grieux (Giuseppe Sabbatini)--only to be seduced by the promise of a luxurious existence as the mistress of the rich old Brétigny (Kim Josephson). When she learns that des Grieux, desperate she has left him, is about to take holy orders, she changes her mind--but it is too late, and their love story ends in tragedy27211ocn166212454visu20070.63Rameau, Jean-PhilippeZoroastre opéraDramaSpectacle musical sur scène enregistré en direct au Drottningholms Slottsteather, Suède, les 19, 21 et 23 juillet 20062641ocn061678816visu20050.67Les indes galantes opéra-ballet en un prologue et quatre actes [= opéra-ballet in a prologue and four entrées] (1735)"[E]xuberant production of Jean-Philippe Rameau's second opera ... presents four exotic love stories ... In Le Turc généreux, Osman sets free his captive, Emilie, whom he loves, so that she may be reunited with her former lover, Valère; Les Incas du Pérou is all about the rivalry of the Inca Huascar and the Spaniard Don Carlos, both in pursuit of Princess Phani; Les Fleurs, fête persane offers a Persian love intrigue, as the Sultana Fatime tries to detect whether her husband Tacmas has his eye on the lovely Atalide; and Les Sauvages takes us to North America, where a Spaniard and a Frenchman compete for the love of Zima, daughter of a native chief, who prefers one of her own people."--Container2419ocn036913022rcrd19970.67Rameau, Jean-PhilippeHippolyte et AricieDrama20014ocn052422514rcrd20020.50Rameau, Jean-PhilippeZoroastre [version de 1756]DramaZoroastre. John Elwes,tenor Greta de Reyghere,soprano Mieke van der Sluis,Soperano Agnes Mellon, soprano Gregory Reinhart, bass Jacques Bona, bass Michel Versachaeve, bass Francois Fauche,bass Philippe Cantor, bassSigiswald Kuijken, conductor Libretto and notes included1938ocn050059756rcrd20010.77Lully, Jean-BaptistePerséeDrama1884ocn809793165rcrd20020.60Handel, George FridericArcadian duets1691ocn056393903visu20040.74Rameau, Jean-PhilippeLes Boréades "tragédie en musique" en five acts : posthumous opera (1764)The mythical tale of a young queen, Alphise, determined to abdicate rather than contemplate an enforced marriage to a descendant of Boreas. Written in 1763, the opera was abandoned in rehearsal for reasons still unclear; Rameau died the following year and the work disappeared from public view for more than 200 years1642ocn033964733rcrd19950.47Mozart, Wolfgang AmadeusRequiem KV 626 Ave verum corpus : KV 6181461ocn034842550rcrd19960.33Mozart, Wolfgang AmadeusDie Zauberflöte The magic flute = La flûte enchantée1175ocn811454194file20070.85Desmarets, HenriVénus & Adonis1088ocn056497712rcrd20040.74Lully, Jean-BaptisteRoland10210ocn047135945rcrd20000.77Traetta, TommasoAntigona989ocn311622608visu20080.63Rameau, Jean-PhilippeCastor et PolluxDramaCastor et Pollux is arguably Rameau's finest creation in the tragedies lyrique style. Its libretto, based in mythology, focuses on an unusual theme: the self-sacrificing love between Castor, who is mortal, and his immortal brother, Pollux977ocn607297543visu20100.54Cavalli, Pier FrancescoErcole amanteDramaSpectacle musical sur scène enregistré en direct au Het Muziektheater d'Amsterdam en janvier 2009. Avec Luca Pisaroni (Ercole) ; Veronica Cangemi (Iole) ; Jeremy Ovenden (Hyllo) ; Anna Maria Panzarella (Deianira) ; Anna Bonitatibus (Giunone) ; Marlin Miller (Licco) ; Chorus of De Nederlandse Opera ; Concerto Köln ; Ivor Bolton, chef d'orchestre961ocn041410517rcrd19990.31Puccini, GiacomoIl trittico Il tabarro ; Suor Angelica ; Gianni Schicchi965ocn811455505file20100.85Mayr, Giovanni SimoneLa Lodoiska853ocn649688713visu20020.63Gounod, CharlesRoméo et JulietteDramaVerkorte editie van de opera702ocn649688635visu20040.80Rameau, Jean-PhilippeLes Boréades "tragédie en musique" en five acts693ocn649688998visu20080.82Rameau, Jean-PhilippeCastor & PolluxDrama"Castor et Pollux is arguably Rameau's finest creation in the tragedie lyrique style. Its libretto, based in mythology, focuses on an unusual theme: the self- sacrificing love between Castor, who is mortal, and his immortal brother, Pollux."-- Original containerFri Feb 13 10:32:12 EST 2015batch16361