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    Not sure this got posted here, but was released a couple months ago.
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    For fans of Jakub Józef Orliński, the countertenor will have a new recital album coming out in October:



    According to comments he makes in an interview in the September issue of Das Opernglas, this new recording is intended as a sort of follow-on to his debut album, Anima Sacra, with selections by both well-known and unfamiliar composers. This will mark the first time a number of these pieces have been recorded.
    He also mentions in the interview that’s he’s currently working on a third album.

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    ^ Ok, well some really strange thought process must have gone into the album art.
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    I'd need to check the interview again to see what his explanation was. Not exactly Daphne turning into a laurel tree, but odd . . . I think we may have a thread somewhere dealing with unusual recording cover art.

    Found it.
    https://operalively.com/forums/showt...so-good-covers

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    Quote Originally Posted by MAuer View Post
    I'd need to check the interview again to see what his explanation was. Not exactly Daphne turning into a laurel tree, but odd . . . I think we may have a thread somewhere dealing with unusual recording cover art.

    Found it.
    https://operalively.com/forums/showt...so-good-covers
    I just noticed the guy seems to have a thorn sticking through his nose.
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    I had to read his explanation a couple of times before I thought I understood the gist of it. Essentially, he says that the immortal soul (Anima aeterna) is part of Nature. Our bodies, though surrounded by Nature, are finite and transitory in contrast to Nature's "dynamic, vibrating power." He worked with the photographer Honorata Karapuda to produce the cover image, which he says is "mysterious" and expresses exactly what he wants.
    So there you have it!

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    Michael Spyres takes the “Baritenor” title of his new album seriously – his program includes both tenor and baritone arias.

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    A couple of new recordings spotted in an ad in the October issue of Das Opernglas:



    - Anja Harteros: Wagner – Wesendonck Lieder; Berg – Sieben frühe Lieder; Mahler – Rückert Lieder
    Conductor/orchestra: Valery Gergiev, Munich Philharmonic Orchestra
    Münchner Philharmoniker MPHIL0024 (1 CD)



    - Lea Desandre: “Amazone
    Conductor/orchestra: Thomas Dunford, Jupiter
    With William Christie and Jean Rondeau (harpsichord), Cecilia Bartoli (mezzo soprano), and Véronique Gens
    Arias from operas by Provenzale, Cavalli, Viviani, Bottis, Schürmann, Pallavicino, Philidor, Destouches, Marais, and Vivaldi; instrumental selections by Couperin and Rondeau
    Erato 9029506584 (1 CD)

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    Anna Netrebko has a new recital album coming out at the beginning of next month on the Deutsche Grammophon label, titled “Amata dalle Tenebrae.”



    Her program highlights some of the more dramatic roles she has added to her repertoire in recent years, with selections from Aida, Don Carlo, Madama Butterfly, Manon Lescaut, Adriana Lecouvreur, Lohengrin, Ariadne auf Naxos, Tristan und Isolde, Dido and Aeneas, and Pique Dame. The deluxe version of the recording will include a Blu-ray disc as well.
    Don't know what to make of that cover photo, though . . .

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    Seen on an ad in the November, 2021, issue of Opera News:



    Conductor/orchestra: Fabrizio Maria Carminati, Orchestra and Chorus of the Teatro Massimo Bellini di Catania
    Cast: avier Camarena, Marina Rebeka, Franco Vassallo, Antonio Di Matteo, Gustavo de Gennaro, Sonia Fortunato
    Prima Classics PRIMA010 (3 CDs)

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    Quote Originally Posted by MAuer View Post
    Seen on an ad in the November, 2021, issue of Opera News:



    Conductor/orchestra: Fabrizio Maria Carminati, Orchestra and Chorus of the Teatro Massimo Bellini di Catania
    Cast: avier Camarena, Marina Rebeka, Franco Vassallo, Antonio Di Matteo, Gustavo de Gennaro, Sonia Fortunato
    Prima Classics PRIMA010 (3 CDs)
    I like Rebeka from her La Traviata. I don't know this opera very well.
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