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Jean-Baptiste Lully – Amadis (Reyne) [2006]

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Jean-Baptiste Lully – Amadis (Reyne) [2006]

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Disc: 1
  1. Prologue
  2. Ah, I hear a noise that presses us
  3. Spirits attentive to pleasing us
  4. First Air
  5. Second Air (Gigue)
  6. When Amadis perished, profound suffering
  7. Let us bring Amadis out of the eternal night
  8. Let us follow Love, which leads us
  9. Fly, tender cupids, Amadis is going to live again
  10. Overture (Reprise)
  11. I return to this place to see the one I love
  12. Florestan!
  13. I see Florestan again, I see him faihful once more
  14. March for the Combat of the Barrier
  15. First Air of the Combattants
  16. Second Air
  17. Fair Princess, how your charms
  18. March for the Combat of the Barrier (Reprise)

Disc: 2
  1. Love, what do you wish of me?
  2. Into a fatal trap does his fate lead him
  3. Dense wood, double your shadow
  4. O cruel Fortune!
  5. Halt, bold one
  6. Air for the Demons and Monsters
  7. Symphony of Enchantments
  8. No, no, to be invincible
  9. Air for the Demons and Monsters (Reprise)
  10. Love and sigh, faithful hearts
  11. You must no longer await
  12. Is it you, Oriane?
  13. Nymphes Small Chorus (Reprise)
  14. Heaven! Put an end to our suffering
  15. Shall we suffer this inhuman harshness forever?
  16. It is time to cease your tiresome moaning
  17. Florestan!
  18. Console yourselves in your torments
  19. You who are no more than a cinder in this tomb
  20. Ah! You betray me, wretched woman
  21. No, nothing will stop the fury that drives me
  22. Let us come out of slavery
  23. First Air
  24. Second Air
  25. Let us come out of slavery (Reprise)

Disc: 3
  1. By my enchantments Oriane is captive
  2. To whom might I have recourse?
  3. I hear you, cease your pretending
  4. What do I see? O hideous spectacle!
  5. What a pleasure to see
  6. I subjugate Hell, the earth and the waters to my laws
  7. Hearts overcome by inhuman harshness
  8. Demons, subjected to our laws
  9. In olden times, Apollidon, by magic power
  10. Close forever, my eyes, my sad eyes
  11. At last, your hearts are reunited
  12. It is time for you to stop
  13. Faithful hearts, your steadfastness
  14. Chaconne
  15. Let us sing, one and all, on this day

Françoise Masset - Corisande
Céline Ricci - Arcabonne
Guillemette Laurens - Oriane
François-Nicolas Geslot - Amadis
Bertrand Chuberre - Florestan
Florian Westphal - Arcalaüs
Camille Poul - Urgande

La Simphonie du Marais
Choeur du Marais

Hugo Reyne – director

 

After hearing Reyne's performance of Lully's 'Isis', which was excellent, as well as a number of his other recordings, I was a little disappointed by this. The soloists perform well, so does the orchestra, but overall, it's a little limp sounding. The music, while beautiful, lacks the energy found in many of Lully's other operas. The fact that it's from a concert performance may explain this a little, and the fact that the applause was recorded at the beginning of the work takes away from the atmosphere. But 'Amadis' is an opera well worth performing, and this recording will satisfy for now. ---Zaida, amazon.com

 

It was Louis XIV himself who asked Lully and his librettist Quinault to base an opera on Montalvo's early 16th C 'Amadis de Gaula', thus breaking with the usual mythological subjects and giving them an opportunity to change significantly the general intention of the tragedie lyrique genre. For the first time the prologue is closely linked to the main body of the work. The 'symphonic' pieces, supported by trumpets and kettledrums, are quite remarkable, especially the final chaconne, which is probably the finest in the whole of French opera. The arias are full of feeling, with the famous 'Bois epais', 'Tu me trahis, malheureux', 'Il m'appelle' moving constantly between heroic courage and the sadness caused by fearful love.

'Amadis', premiered in Paris in 1684, was performed constantly in the capital until 1772 . --- multikulti.com

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