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Bellini - Beatrice di Tenda (1962)

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Bellini - Beatrice di Tenda (1962)

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CD1
01 Preludio
02 Tu, signor! lasciar se presto
03 O divina Agnese!
04 Silenzio e notte intorno
05 Respiro io qui
06 Ma la sola, ahimo! son io
07 Ah! la pena in lor piombe
08 Vedi_ ... La tua presenza
09 S'io gli ascoltassi, o barbaro
10 Lo vedeste
11 Il mio dolore e l'ira
12 A ciascun fidar vorrei
13 Al castigo a lor dovuto

CD2
01 Introduzione ... Lassa! e pui
02 O troppo a mie preghiere
03 Di grave accusa il peso
04 Eccolo...Oh! come
05 Al tuo fallo ammenda festi
06 Filippo! Tu! ... ti appressa
07 Rimorso in lei
08 Prega! Ah! no, non sia la miser
09 Nulla io dissi ... Di sovrumana
10 Ah! se un'urna e a me concessa
11 Ah! la morte a cui m'appresso

Joan Sutherland (Beatrice)
Mario Zanasi (Filippo)
Renat Cioni (Orombello)
Margareta Elkins (Agnese)
Luigi Paolillo (Anichino)

Orchestra e Coro del Teatro di San Carlo
Nicola Rescigno  - conductor

Naples May 4, 1962

 

Today's audiences often find it difficult to comprehend what makes Vincenzo Bellini's operas remarkable. Works like Beatrice di Tenda were not rediscovered and staged until the second half of the 20th century. Bellini's credo was, "I want to move to tears..." This sympathetic treatment of the text led his contemporaries to describe Bellini's music as 'filosofica'. Even Richard Wagner acknowledged this when he said, "Bellini's music comes from the heart and closely follows the text". The premiere of the opera was given at the Teatro la Fenice in Venice on 16 March 1873 and was an abysmal failure. Shouts of "Norma! Norma!" were heard from the gallery, which was a clear indication that the audience missed the belcanto style in Beatrice di Tenda. In his new opera Bellini did not continue, as he did in Norma, with the virtuosity and coloratura artistry of the voices but explored a new way of musical expression, which brought to the fore a new warmth and different characteristics. Although Beatrice di Tenda is not one of Bellini's most successful operas, the title role is a popular showpiece among sopranos. --- naxos.com

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