Alfredo Catalani: Edmea flac mp3
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Alfredo Catalani: Edmea. Concert Master, Conductor, Primary Artist. Primary Artist, Vocals.
Alfredo Catalani – Edmea (1995). Divora le tue lagrime' 6. Edmea, opera in 3 acts: Act I: Scena; 'Ulmo, rimani. They are easily recognisable as by the same hand, but "Edmea" represents promise, "Wally" glorious fulfillment. Nicolaisen describes "Edmea" as "an introverted, poetic work" and that succinctly sums up its attraction and its weaknesses.
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Alfredo Catalani's tombstone describes him as the composer of four operas: "Dejanice," "Edmea," "Loreley," and "La Wally. The earlier "Elda" was revised as "Loreley. ) Of these there can be little doubt that "Edmea," the middle work of Catalani's tragically short career, has been the most neglected. It's easy to see why it was swept into oblivion by the verismo explosion, yet it has a tender poetry about it that composers like Mascagni and Leoncavallo could never match.
Discover Alfredo Catalani on Radio King: get all artist informations, listen to his popular songs and more. Born in Lucca, Catalani was trained at the Milan Conservatoire, where his teachers included Antonio Bazzini. Despite the growing influence of the verismo style of opera during the 1880s and early 1890s, Catalani chose to compose in a more traditional manner, which had traces of Wagner in it. As a result, his operas (La Wally excepted) have largely lost their place in the modern repertoire, even compared to those of Massenet and Puccini, whose style his own periodically resembles. Catalani much resented Puccini's emergence and even accused Puccini, falsely, of plagiarism
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Alfredo Catalani was an Italian operatic composer. He is best remembered for his operas Loreley (1890) and La Wally (1892). La Wally was composed to a libretto by Luigi Illica, and features Catalani's most famous aria "Ebben? Ne andrò lontana. This aria, sung by American soprano Wilhelmenia Fernandez, was at the heart of Jean-Jacques Beineix’s 1981 cult movie Diva. Catalani's other operas were less successful, partly hampered by inferior libretti. Catalani's top 10 list.
Track List - Disc 1
|Edmea, opera in 3 acts|
|1||Act I: Sinfonia||3:06|
|2||Act I: Coro; "La ruota gira"||4:16|
|3||Act I: Aria; "Allor che il raggio"||3:17|
|4||Act I: Duetto; "Angelo mio!... Riverderti"||7:32|
|5||Act I: Scena e aria; "Egli parte... Divora le tue lagrime"||6:14|
|6||Act I: Scena; "Ulmo, rimani. Appressati"||7:37|
|7||Act I: Finale atto primo; "Edmea, ti arrendi"||4:28|
|8||Act II: Scena; "Son zingari o briganti?"||3:12|
|9||Act II: Scena; "Chi mi sa dir?"||8:26|
|10||Act II: Coro; "Nel vino, nel gioco"||3:18|
|11||Act II: Scena e aria; "E' vano! E' vano!... Forse in quell'astro"||6:41|
Track List - Disc 2
|Edmea, opera in 3 acts|
|1||Act II: Scena; "Lo vedete"||3:55|
|2||Act II: Scena; "Io son dell'Elba la pallida fata"||4:29|
|3||Act II: Sestetto; "Osserva là - non vedi tu?"||6:34|
|4||Act II: Finale atto secondo; "Il lago riprendiamo"||3:23|
|5||Act III: Preludio||3:03|
|6||Act III: Scena; "Torniamo all'arcolaio"||3:53|
|7||Act III: Scena e aria; "E poss'io dubitar... O bel sogno d;amor"||5:53|
|8||Act III: Duetto; "Tu sei qui... sul mio cor"||2:30|
|9||Act III: Seguito; "Ti sovvieni!... fu là"||5:28|
|10||Act III: Finale; "Ah!... Tu a me innanzi"||10:25|
CreditsArtisti del Coro Associati - Orchestra
Fernando Battaglia - Liner Notes
Massimo de Bernart - Conductor
Marco Chingari - Baritone (Vocal)
Gianfranco Cosmi - Choir Master
Maurizio Frusoni - Tenor (Vocal)
Antonio Ghislanzoni - Librettist
Pierre Lefebvre - Tenor (Vocal)
Angelo Nosotti - Bass (Vocal)
Maria Sokolinska Noto - Soprano (Vocal)
Guido Pasella - Bass (Vocal)
Giovanni Ricordi - Unknown Contributor Role
Teatro del Giglio di Lucca Orchestra Lirico-Sinfonica - Orchestra
Graziano del Vivo - Bass (Vocal)
Giacomo Zani - Unknown Contributor Role