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    Francesco Bartolomeo Conti - David


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    Taneyev - Oresteia


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    The dawn of a new Italian Opera after WWII, Luigi Dallapiccola's Il Prigioniero:


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    Erwin Schulhoff's Flammen, written between 1927 and 1929:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Aksel View Post
    Just because we haven't had enough discussion about Regietheater here (won't somebody think of the CHILDREN!), I give you acts I and II of the now infamous Herheim Bohème from Oslo, earlier this year:
    LOVE Marita Sølberg!

    Edit: Diego Torre is really growing on me too.

    And I like the production in a sort of sado-masochistic way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Soave_Fanciulla View Post
    LOVE Marita Sølberg!

    Edit: Diego Torre is really growing on me too.

    And I like the production in a sort of sado-masochistic way.
    I KNOW! Marita Sølberg is awesome! She's doing Giulietta in I Capuletti e i Montecchi here in a few months (with OMFG Vesselina Kasarova as Romeo). It should be amazing. And Diego Torre is having the same effect on me too. He's a lot more listenable than he was when I saw it in the cinema.

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    Der Templer und die Jüdin, an operatic adaptation of Sir Walter Scott's 'Ivanhoe', by German composer Heinrich Marschner:


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    We can watch a complete production from Teatro Amazonas (Manaus), Poulenc's Dialogues des Carmelites, staged in 2011:


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    Gaetano Donizetti - Maria di Rohan (1988)

    with custom English and Russian subtitles (click CC button to select subs)

    This is a commercially unavailable telecast that I acquired from a grey market dealer and which I did my best to improve. I spent three months last year creating the English subtitles, making use of a public domain translation and following closely a copy of a Kalmus vocal score. The Russian subtitles are a translation of my own subs and were prepared by an internet friend who runs the website http://sub-opera.narod.ru.

    [A brief technical note: For some reason Youtube would not display Em dashes correctly, so I replaced all instances of —, of which there are many, with --]

    Enjoy.

    Paul


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    Anton Rubinstein - The Demon (1960)

    with custom English subtitles

    This is a classic 1960 abridged version made for Soviet television. It features the incomparable Georg Ots (
    arguably the supreme interpreter of this role and who was clearly made up to resemble the Demon of Mikhail Vrubel's famous paintings) and Sergei Lemeshev. As the film contains no credits, there is some uncertainty as to who sang the role of Tamara. Some sources list Irina Arkhipova (I am certain this is incorrect), whereas an uploader of this same video (sans subtitles) to youtube claims that the part is sung by Olga Kashevarova. If so, then it is an unknown young actress miming her voice (Kashevarova would have been 55 in 1960).

    The film is directed by Vitali Golovin, who would make "Dubrovsky" with Lemeshev and his wife Vera Kudryavtseva a year later (a project that I am currently working on).




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    Yes, I can't see Arkhipova singing a soprano role...

    Kashevarova is the soprano singing with Ots in the Mariinsky version of 1957, so maybe this is the reason why she is mentioned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peeknocker View Post
    This is a classic 1960 abridged version made for Soviet television.
    How abridged is "abridged"? The clip is only an hour long. But then again, 1960s Soviet Union could abridge whatever they wanted!

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    Anton Rubinstein - The Demon (2003)

    with custom English subtitles

    This is an in-house video of a 2003 performance by the Latvian National Opera. While certainly not as truncated as the 1960 telefilm, there are innumerable cuts, some extensive (for example, the mid-section of the opening choral prelude, all of the ballet music, the last scene in Act III, the introduction to Act IV, etc.), others relatively brief (and rather arbitrary and unnecessary). This made it a real challenge to subtitle, as I frequently got lost in the vocal score.

    The original video contains a synopsis (in Latvian) prior to each act. I translated these into English, as well (admittedly, the English subs go by very quickly here, as I was trying to keep pace with the Latvian).

    Both Samsons Izjumovs and Kristine Opolais are mesmerizing in their roles.


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    I quite like some of Rubinstein's instrumental that I have listened to. I have been tyring to find a production of any of his operas. It seems the Latvia version of The Demon is the best we have? Nothing is aviable to buy other than CDs.

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