Les Danaïdes / Antonio Salieri.

Composer
Salieri, Antonio, 1750-1825 [Browse]
Format
Audio
Language
French
Published/​Created
  • Venezia, Italie : Palazzetto Bru Zane ; San Lorenzo de El Escorial, Espagne : Ediciones Singulares / Sémele Proyectos Musicales, [2015]
  • ℗2015, ©2015
Description
2 audio discs : digital, CD audio ; 4 3/4 in.

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Singer
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Writer of added commentary
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Series
Notes
  • Title from disc label.
  • Tragédie lyrique in 5 acts.
  • Libretto by François Bailli du Roullet and Louis-Théodore de Tschudi after Ramieri de Calzabigi.
  • Two-disc set, inserted in front and rear pockets of book with essays by Benoît Dratwicki, Marc-Henri Jordan and Hivart, a review published May 23 1784, synopsis, and libretto, in French and English (135 pages : portraits, illustrations ; 21 cm).
  • "Limited and numbered edition of 3000"--Book, title page.
Time and place of event
Recorded 2013 November 29-30 L'Arsenal, Metz, France.
Participant(s)/​Performer(s)
Judith van Wanroij (Hypermnestre) ; Philippe Talbot (Lyncée) ; Tassis Christoyannis (Danaüs) ; Katia Velletaz (Plancippe) ; Thomas Dolié (Pélagus, officers) ; Les Chantres du Centre de musique baroque de Versailles ; Les Talens Lyriques ; Christophe Rousset, conductor.
Language note
Sung in French.
Contents
  • Essays: Intrigues et polémiques à l'Académie royale de musique = Intrigue and controversy at the Académie Royale de Musique / Benoît Dratwicki
  • Les décors des Danaïdes et le langage de l'architecture = Stage scenery for Les Danaïdes and the architectural language / Marc-Henri Jordan
  • Lettres sur Les Danaïdes = Correspondence on the staging of Les Danaïdes / Hivart
  • L'opinion musicale du Mercure de France = The musical opinion of Le Mercure de France.
ISBN
  • 8460669491
  • 9788460669494
Publisher no.
ES 1019
OCLC
918301713
RCP
C - O
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