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Description: Wagner's tale of the struggle between spiritual and profane love, and of redemption through love, is given a radical visual modernize in Sebastian Baumgarten's controversial yet thought-provoking Bayreuth production. Joep van Lieshout's giant installation 'The Technocrat'; dominates the stage, its industrial interior giving credence to the concept that Tannhäuser is one large experiment and testing host to some superb performances, among them Torsten Kerl's robust interpretation of the game role and Camilla Nylund's wonderfully empathetic Elisabeth. Recorded live at the Bayreuth Festspiele, August 2014.
Description: On this recording, the Staff Band of the Norwegian Armed Forces has selected melody by composers who all made significant contributions to the evolvement of the wind orchestra and to the works for wind orchestra that we know today. The melody is a magnificent selection of French drama, romance and epic tone poems composed at times of considerable political turmoil.
Description: Phish performing at The Gorge Amphitheatre, WA. SET I: Tweezer, Sample in a Jar, The Old Home Place, Wolfman's Brother, Bouncing Around the Room, Undermind, Slay Devil Falls, Lawn Boy, Ass Handed, Party Time, The Line, Tide Turns, Rift, Walls of the Cave | SET II: Crosseyed and Painless, What's the Use, No Boys in No Man's Land, Stash, Ghost, Chalk Dust Torture, Meatstick, Also Sprach Zarathustra, Cavern | ENCORE: Makisupa Policeman, Wilson, Nice Times Terrible Times
Description: Phish performing at The Gorge Amphitheatre, WA. SET I: Buried Alive, AC/DC Bag, The Moma Dance, Uncle Pen, 555, Sleep Again, It's Ice, Driver, Sand, Horn, Halfway to the Moon, Bathtub Gin | SET II: Blaze On, Backwards Down the Number Line, Carini, Birds of a Feather, Wingsuit, Shade, Mike's Song, Farmhouse, Weekapaug Groove, Shine a Light | ENCORE: Keep Your Head Up, Love You, Harry Hood, Tweezer Reprise
Description: This staging of Harrison Birtwistle's opera The Minotaur details John Tomlinson, Johann Reuter, Christine Rice, and Andrew Watts in the main roles. Stephen Langridge directed the production for the stage, and Antonio Pappano conducted the orchestra.
Description: Christian Thielemann conducts this Staatskapelle Dresden production of Richard Strauss' chamber opera. The opera follows happenings at the home of the wealthiest boy in Vienna, who has booked both a comedy burlesque act and a serious opera group for entertainment. When the dinner runs long he declares that both forms of entertainment gotta take zone at the same time - much to the chagrin of the opera's proud young composer. Filmed live in Baden-Baden on Feb. 25 by the veteran director Brian Large, Renée Fleming makes her debut in the role of Ariadne together with fellow key Strauss interpreters Sophie Koch and Christian Thielemann, following on from their Rosenkavalier triumph. Thielemann conducts the Staatskapelle Dresden, the orchestra to whom Strauss dedicated his Alpine Symphony and which premiered Feuersnot, Salome, Elektra, Der Rosenkavalier and Daphne.
Description: This performance of the Richard Strauss opera Frau Ohne Schatten, recorded live and in high definition at the Wiener Philharmoniker, and details vocalists like Stephen Gould, Anne Schwanewilms, Michaela Schuster, and Wolfgang Koch in the leading roles.
Description: Wagner's erotic opera in a production by the German Opera of Berlin under the direction of Gotz Friedrich, with melody conducted by Jiri Kout. Recorded at the Deutsche Oper Berlin.
Description: The Bayreuth Festival Opera House mounted this production of Richard Wagner's 1865 opera Tristan und Isolde as part of the Bayreuther Festspiele. Staged by Heiner Müller, it stars Siegfried Jerusalem, Waltraud Meier, Poul Elming and Uta Priew, and details musical accompaniment by The Orchestra and Chorus of the Bayreuther Festspiele.
Description: The 1791 La Clemenza di Tito (or 'The Clemency of Titus') marked Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's final opera seria. With a libretto by Metastasio (edited slightly by Caterino Mazzolà), the work dramatizes the palace intrigues surrounding emperor Titus's attempts to coronate a fresh bride and the envious Vitellia's attempts to have Titus assassinated (with the support of Titus's mate Sextus) following the deposition of Vitellia's emperor father. Scene director Martin Kušej mounted Tito in August 2003, at the Felsenreitschule in Salzburg; a movie of that live performance actually appears in this home video release. The cast contains Michael Schade as Titus, Vesselina Kasarova as Sextus and Dorothea Roschmann as Vitellia. The Wiener Staatsopernchor, under the baton of Nikolaus Harnoncourt, provides musical accompaniment; Jens Kilian designed the sets.
Description: The eighteenth century German composer Christoph Willibald Gluck strove for the ideal of pairing poetry - in its purest form - with operatic score, an end he came closest to achieving with his 1779 opera Iphigeneia in Tauris (Iphigénie en Tauride). The storyline recounts the nearly fatal brother-sister relationship, its ultimate reconciliation, and the eventual Scythian-Greek truce as achieved by the intervening hand of the goddess Diana. The home video release Iphigenie en Tauride includes a movie of a live performance of the work, as mounted by the Opernhaus Zurich in 2001. Claus Guth directs for the stage, with a cast that contains Juliette Galstian as Iphigenia, Rodney Gilfry as Orestes and Martina Janková as Diana. The Zurich Opera's Orchestra La Scintilla and the Chorus of the Opernhaus Zurich deliever musical accompaniment.
Description: The Bayreuth Festival mounted this 2009 production of Richard Wagner's 1865 opera Tristan und Isolde, with Michael Beyer directing. It stars Robert Dean Smith as Tristan, Iréne Theorin as Isolde, Michelle Breedt as Brangäne and Robert Holl as Lord Marke. The Bayreuth Festival Orchestra and Chorus lend musical accompaniment, under the baton of Peter Schneider, while Anna Viebrock designed the costumes and the sets; Cristoph Marthaler produced. The production at hand opened the 2009 Bayreuth Festival.
Description: George is a shiftless father and husband, who lets his wife and old mother in law do all the work at his tumbledown farm, preferring to sleep under a tree. His wife finally threatens him into finding a job moving cartons in a warehouse.
Description: Claudio Monteverdi's operatic adaptation of this storyline from Homer's The Odyssey receives a modern and distinctive staging in this 2002 production directed by Humphrey Burton for Les Arts Florissants. Penelope Marijana Mijanovic is left to her own devices when her husband, the heroic Ulysses Kresimir Spicer, goes off to war in the Trojan Wars. After many years alone, Penelope finds herself attracting a number of suitors who want to claim her hand; however, what she doesn't realize is that jealous Ulysses has his methods of keeping an eye on her. Production of the Festival d'Aix-en-Provence; from the Theatre du Jeu de Paume.
Description: The three main soloists have voices on a scale that can compete with these flashy production values – White and Kasarova, in particular, sing at a lvl of intensity that would swamp anything less; the climactic seduction trio has rarely been sung so well or with such an overpoweringly polymorphous eroticism. Cambreling marshals his forces effectively, giving full rein to the work's showstoppers like the "Hungarian March" but not neglecting the subtler less kinetic Gluckian side of Berlioz's vocal writing. Recorded live at the Salzburger Festspiele, 1999.
Description: Claude Debussy's fairy tale-based opera Pelléas et Mélisande is by actually well known; at once a tale of doomed love and a meditation on the cycle of creation and destruction (adapted from Maurice Maeterlinck's 1893 symbolist play), it originally premiered in 1902 to mixed critical reception, but has since become a staple of the operatic repertory and one of the most famous works from Debussy's canon. This particular production emerged from the Opernhaus Zürich in 2004. It stars Rodney Gilfry as Pelléas, Isabel Rey as Mélisande and Michael Volle as Golaud. Franz Welser-Möst conducts the Zurich Opera Orchestra; Sven-Eric Bectholf directs for the stage.
Description: Richard Wagner's operatic retelling of the storyline of the find for the Holy Grail receives a lavish production in this video, which records performances held in Bayreuth, St. Petersburg, and Ravello, Italy. Internationally renowned tenor Placido Domingo leads the distinguished cast; Tony Palmer directs.
Description: Oroveso, a Druid High Priest, gathers his folks in a sacred forest and prays to their gods for support in vanquishing the Romans who have taken over Gaul. Unbeknownst to Oroveso, his daughter, Norma, a High Priestess, has for some time been the lover of Pollione, the leader of the Romans; she has, in fact, not only broken her sacred vow of chastity but has borne two kids to the warrior. Norma uses her position to dissuade the Gauls from attacking the Romans, claiming that the gods have said her that the time is not favourable. Recorded at Théâtre Antique d'Orange, 1974
Description: James Morris leads an all-star cast including Karita Mattila, Ben Heppner, Thomas Allen and René Pape, in this production of Wagner's comic opera, recorded live at Fresh York's Metropolitan Opera in 2001. James Levine conducts.
Description: A Julien Temple-authored documentary essay movie about Keith Richards's postwar childhood and adolescence in Dartford and London. Exploring the cultural undercurrents and transformative thinking which occurred in England between 1945 and 1962 and made possible the worldwide explosion of British rock melody during the 60s, in which Keith played such a crucial role.
Description: This 2004 production of Richard Strauss's three-act comic opera Der Rosenkavalier (1911) emerged from the efforts of the Grosses Festspielhaus Salzburg. It stars Adrianne Pieczonka as Feldmarschallin, Franz Hawlata as Baron Ochs, Angelika Kirchschlager as Octavian and Franz Grundheber as Faninal. The Konzertvereinigung Wiener Staatsopernchor and the Wiener Philharmoniker lend added musical support, with Rupert Huber serving as chorus master of the former and Semyon Bychkov conducting the latter.
Description: Felicity Lott, Anne-Sofie Von Otter, and Kurt Moll star in this production of Richard Strauss' opera, staged in Vienna in 1994. A romantic comedy of errors. Princess von Werdenberg gotta hide her affair with Octavian from her family; when he disguises himself as a chambermaid to avoid scandalizing the Princess, he is pressed into presenting a gift to Baron Ochs von Lerchenau, who has arrived to propose marriage to Sophie von Faninal. However, Ochs later finds himself infatuated with the chambermaid, much to Octavian's chagrin, which proves to be only the first of a long series of romantic misunderstandings. This production of Der Rosenkavalier is performed by the Vienna State Orchestra and Chorus, under the direction of Carlos Kleiber.
Description: Mussorgsky's quintessential Russian opera is captured live on scene in this performance by the Bolshoi Opera featuring Rimsky-Korsakov's revised vision and starring Evgeny Nesternko and Vladislav Piavko.
Description: Recorded at the Vienna State Opera house in 1989, this staging of Richard Strauss and Hugo von Hofmannsthal’s Elektra is one of the glories of live opera on film, deserving of eternal availability. The DVD picture has nice clarity, despite the darkness of Hans Schavernoch’s set design. Another than the cliché of a large statue head, toppled on its side, the set manages to be suitably representative of a decaying palace as well as an imposing, theatrical space, dominated by the mammoth body of the statue from which the head apparently dropped, draped with the ropes that seem to have enabled the decapitation. Sooner or soon most of the characters cling to and twist around those ropes, an apt scene metaphor for the remorseless repercussions from the murder of Agammenon by his unfaithful wife Klytämnestra and her paramour, Aegisthus. Reinhard Heinrich’s costumes capture a distant era while sustaining a creepily modern look — part Goth, part homeless, part Spa-wear.
Description: Modest Mussorgsky's opera in prologue and four acts is performed by the Kirov Opera with performances from Olga Borodina, Alexei Steblianko and Sergei Leiferkust. Boris Godunov has obtained the throne of Russia by murdering the rightful heir Dmitry. An old monk, Pimen, witnessed this, and convinces his apprentice Grigory to avenge Dmitry's death. In the following years Grigory poses as Dmitry, raising an units vs Boris, who is actually convinced that he is being punished for the murder. Filmed in Russia during the collapse of the Soviet Union, this particular production of Mussorgsky's 1872 tale of political upheaval is considered a highly special and historical moment in opera. Robert Lloyd stars in the game role of Boris Godunov.
Description: A religious mystery opera; a superb doomsday vision. Composer Rued Langgaard's opera on the moral decay of modern society details the Royal Danish Opera and the Danish National Symphony Orchestra conducted by Thomas Dausgaard. Performers contain Sten Byrel, Anne Margrethe Dahl, John Lundgren and Camilla Nylund. A Danish co-production by the Royal Danish Opera and the Danish Broadcasting corporation from 2002.
Description: Combining a concert movie with a making-of documentary, this presentation provides a dramatization of Franz Schubert's famed song cycle along with a special look at the collaborative process in bringing the production to the screen. Tenor Ian Bostridge vocalizes the part of the wanderer from Wilhelm Müller's poems (on which the cycle is based), with Julius Drake accompanying him on piano and David Alden directing.
Description: Shot over a two-year period observing Abbado: a) Rossini, Overture to 'll Barbiere di Siviglia' b) Schubert, Symphony no. 2 B-Major, D. 125 c) Arnold Schonberg, Kammersinfonie no. 1 E-Major op. 9 (Filmed in Venice, Gran Teatro La Fenice, in February 1995, Chamber Orchestra of Europe). a) Richard Strauss, Elektra (Deborah Polaski, Karita Mattila, Marjana Lipovsek, Ferrucio Furlanetto) b) Beethoven, Symphony no 6 F-Major, op. 68, 'Pastorale' (Filmed in the Festspielhaus Salzburg on the opportunity of the Easter Festival, April 1995, Berlin Philharmonic). a) Beethoven, Concerto for piano and orchestra no. 3 C-MINOR, OP. 37 (Maria Joao Pires) b) Bruckner, Symphony no. 9 D-Minor (Filmed in Paris, Cite de la Musique, in August 1995, Gustav Mahler Youth Orchestra).
Description: In Dichterliebe (2000), a movie by Oliver Herrmann based on Robert Schumann’s song-cycle of the same name, the boundaries between song recital and reality blur. The selected setting – a night club in the centre of Berlin – creates the intimate, dark salon atmosphere in which the songs might also have been performed at the time they were written. Returning to origins in this way, the movie departs from the concert atmosphere in which song-recitals are normally performed nowadays.
Description: A performance for the ages - the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra under the charismatic yet calculated baton of Andris Nelsons give everything they've got to Shostakovich's might 8th Symphony.=2011 champion of the prestigious ECHO Klassik Award, Andris Nelsons is one of the most sought-after young conductors on the international stage today.=Over the next several seasons he will continue collaborations with Berlin Philharmonic, Vienna Philharmonic, Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Boston Symphony and the Fresh York Philharmonic. Andris Nelsons is a regular guest at Royal Opera House Covent Garden and the Metropolitan Opera Fresh York.
Description: "Unleashed in Japan" is the first live album of the Hardrock veterans around Mike Portnoy, Billy Sheehan and Richi Kotzen. On "Unleashed in Japan" you can search four tracks, which can't be found on the debut, plus six songs of the debut, live recorded in Japan.
Description: 8 Chicago albums plus their Best Hits in High Resolution Stereo and original Quadraphonic mixes: Chicago Transit Authority, Chicago, Chicago III, Chicago V, Chicago VI, Chicago VII, Chicago VIII, Best Hits, Chicago X. This lavish celebration of the Windy City’s favourite band is housed in a rigid two-piece box, with each album presented in a replica sleeve promised to “replicate the original release down to the last detail, including mini-posters, and the iron-on that came with Chicago VIII.
Description: Gloria sells dolls in benefit of UNICEF and is interested in putting on an international show. In a hotel in Acapulco the ranchero Javier, the Muslims Mustafa and Ali, the Brazilian Mr. Carioca and the charro José Lorenzo meet to carry out the project. Among the boys there will be a series of entanglements to dispute the love of the young woman.
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