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Giuseppe Verdi - Joseph Rouleau, Andrée Turp, Robert Savoie , Richard Van Allan, Robert Lloyd , Edith Tremblay, Michelle Vilma, John Matheson - Don Carlos flac album

Giuseppe Verdi - Joseph Rouleau, Andrée Turp, Robert Savoie , Richard Van Allan, Robert Lloyd , Edith Tremblay, Michelle Vilma, John Matheson - Don Carlos flac album
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Don Carlos
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Giuseppe Verdi, Andre Turp, John Matheson, Joseph Rouleau, Robert Savoie, Édith Tremblay-Gallienne, Michèle Vilma - Don Carlos ‎(4xLP).

Robert Savoie (Candian baritone). Giuseppe Verdi - Joseph Rouleau, Andrée Turp, Robert Savoie, Richard van Allan, Robert Lloyd & John Matheson. 1. Showing official release groups by this artist.

John Matheson, BBC Concert Orchestra, BBC Singers original BBC broadcast. Opera Rara Cat No ORCV 305. 1983/84.

John Matheson, BBC Concert Orchestra, BBC Singers (original BBC broadcast). Richard Margison, Galina Gorchakova, Olga Borodina, Dmitri Hvorostovsky, Roberto Scandiuzzi, Robert Lloyd. Bernard Haitink, Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden. 5 Acts: (1886 unabridged version).

Giuseppe Fortunino Francesco Verdi (Italian: ; 9 or 10 October 1813 – 27 January 1901) was an Italian opera composer. He was born near Busseto to a provincial family of moderate means, and developed a musical education with the help of a local patron

Richard Van Allan CBE (28 May 1935 – 4 December 2008) was a versatile British operatic bass singer who had a lengthy career. He sang varied repertoire at Covent Garden and English National Opera, as well as at numerous important houses worldwide. Richard Van Allan CBE (28 May 1935 – 4 December 2008) was a versatile British operatic bass singer who had a lengthy career. With his distinctive profile and memorable stage presence, he made a powerful impression in many roles, from Wagner, Verdi and Mozart, to Gilbert and Sullivan.

Giuseppe Verdi: Giuseppe Verdi, leading Italian composer of opera in the 19th century, noted for operas such as Rigoletto (1851), Il trovatore (1853), La traviata (1853), Don Carlos (1867), Aida (1871), Otello (1887), and Falstaff (1893) and for his Requiem Mass (1874). Despite its problematic ending, Don Carlos is regarded by some as Verdi’s masterpiece, or at least his masterpiece prior to the Shakespeare operas of his last years. Verdi felt that both operas with foreign commissions required revision for Italian theatres; this he accomplished for Forza in 1869 and Don Carlo (as it is now usually called) in 1884 and 1887. Born in the same year, Verdi and Richard Wagner created parallel, mutually exclusive types of opera that figure equally among the greatest achievements of 19th-century culture.

Learn more about Giuseppe Verdi, the Italian composer of many operas, including La Traviata, Falstaff and Aida, at Biography. Giuseppe Verdi was an Italian composer who is known for several operas, including La Traviata and Aida. Giuseppe Verdi was born in Italy in 1813, prior to Italian unification. Richard Wagner is best known for creating several complex operas, including Tristan and Isolde and Ring Cycle, as well as for his anti-semitic writings.

Giuseppe Verdi was born Giuseppe Fortunino Francesco Verdi on October 10, 1813, in Le Roncole di Busseto, Parma, Italy. His parents were landowners and innkeepers. Young Verdi received his first organ lessons at the age of 7. He studied composition privately with Ferdinando Provesi in Busseto. At age 20 he moved to Milan to continue his studies, but the Conservatory of Music rejected him. Verdi took private lessons and associated with Milan's cultural milieu in his pursuit of a musical career.

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Acte 1
1-1 Prélude Et Introduction
1-2 Fontainebleau! Forêt Immense Et Solitaire
1-3 Je L'ai Vue, Et Dans Son Sourire
1-4 Le Bruit Du Cor S'eteint Sous L'ombre Epaisse
1-5 Que Faites-Vous Donc?
1-6 A Celui Qui Vous Vient...
1-7 O Chants De Fête Et D'allégresse
Acte 2
1-8 Charles-Quint, L'auguste Empereur
1-9 Au Couvent De Saint-Just
1-10 Le Voilà! C'est L'infant
1-11 Sous Ces Bois Au Feuillage Immense
1-12 Au Palais Des Fées
1-13 La Reine! L'infant Carlos, Notre Espérance
1-14 Je Viens Solliciter De La Reine Une Grâce...
2-1 Le Roi!
2-2 O Ma Chère Compagne
2-3 Restez...O Roi!
Acte 3
2-4 Que De Fleurs Et Que D'etoiles
2-5 Le Ballet De La Reine
2-6 A Minuit, Aux Jardins De La Reine
2-7 C'est Vous! Ma Bien-Aimée
2-8 Que Dit-Il?
2-9 Ce Jour Heureux Est Plein D'allégresse
2-10 En Plaçant Sur Mon Front...
Acte 4
3-1 Elle Ne M'aime Pas
3-2 Le Grand Inquisiteur!
3-3 Justice! Sire! Maudit Soit Le Soupçon Infâme
3-4 Pitié! Pardon Pour La Femme Coupable!
3-5 O Don Fatal Et Détesté
3-6 C'est Moi
3-7 Oui, Carlos! C'est Mon Jour Suprême
3-8 Que Parles-Tu De Mort?
3-9 Carlos, Ecoute...
3-10 Mon Fils, Reprenez Votre Epée
3-11 Ciel! Le Tocsin!
Acte 5
3-12 Toi Qui Sus Le Néant Des Grands De Ce Monde
4-1 C'est Elle! J'avais Fait Un Beau Rêve!
4-2 Oui, Pour Toujours!
Bonus Tracks
Don Carlos: November 9, 1961, Paris
Baritone Vocals [Rodrigue] – René BiancoBass Vocals [Philip II] – Xavier DeprazConductor – Charles BruckMezzo-soprano Vocals [Eboli] – Geneviève MacauxOrchestra – Orchestre National De La R.T.F.Soprano Vocals [Elisabeth] – Germaine BonnetTenor Vocals [Don Carlos] – Alain Vanzo
4-3 Je L'ai Perdue! Je L'ai Vue..
4-4 Le Voilà! C'est L'infant
4-5 Dieu Tu Semas Dans Nos Ames
4-6 Je Viens Solliciter De La Reine Une Grâce
4-7 Restez!
4-8 A Minuit, Aux Jardins De La Reine
4-9 Elle Ne M'aime Pas
4-10 Le Grand Inquisiteur
4-11 C'est Elle!

Credits

  • Baritone Vocals [Rodrigue] – Robert Savoie
  • Bass Vocals [Grand Inquisitor] – Richard Van Allan
  • Bass Vocals [Monk] – Robert Lloyd
  • Bass Vocals [Philip II] – Joseph Rouleau
  • Chorus – BBC Singers
  • Composed By – Giuseppe Verdi
  • Conductor – John Matheson
  • Libretto By – Camille Du Locle, Joseph Méry
  • Mezzo-soprano Vocals [Princess Eboli] – Michelle Vilma*
  • Mezzo-soprano Vocals [Thibault] – Gillian Knight
  • Orchestra – The BBC Concert Orchestra
  • Soprano Vocals [Elisabeth de Valois] – Edith Tremblay*
  • Tenor Vocals [Comte de Larme] – Emile Belcourt
  • Tenor Vocals [Don Carlos] – Andre Turp

Notes

“The most complete Paris version ever recorded”.

CD reissue of recording made on 22/4/1972

12 page booklet contains liner notes in English. No libretto or translations.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8 717202 250035