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Jennifer Larmore, Giuliano Carella & London Philharmonic Orchestra - Rossini: Elisabetta regina d'Inghilterra (2002)

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Jennifer Larmore, Giuliano Carella & London Philharmonic Orchestra - Rossini: Elisabetta regina d'Inghilterra (2002)
Artist: Jennifer Larmore, Giuliano Carella & London Philharmonic Orchestra
Title Of Album: Rossini: Elisabetta regina d'Inghilterra
Year Of Release: 2002
Label: Opera Rara
Country: Various Countries
Genre: Classical
Quality: FLAC (*image + .cue, log, artwork)
Bitrate: Lossless
Time: 02:34:16
Full Size: 606 MB




Tracklist:

CD 1
[1] Sinfonia 7’04

ACT I - Part One
Introduzione - Norfolk
[2] Coro - ‘Pi? lieta, pi? bella’ 2’30
[3] Cavatina - ‘Oh voci funeste’ 4’08
[4] Recitative - Guglielmo, Norfolk ‘Nel giubilo comun’ 2’03

Coro e Cavatina - Elisabetta
[5] Coro - ‘Esulta, Elisa, omai’ 1’32
[6] Aria - ‘Quant’? grato’ 4’05
[7] Cabaletta - ‘Questo cor ben lo comprende’ 3’25
[8] Recitative - Elisabetta, Guglielmo ‘Grandi del regno’ 1’19
[9] Coro - ‘Vieni, o prode’ 2’40
[10] Recitative - Elisabetta, Leicester, Matilde, Norfolk ‘Alta Regina’ 3’08

Duetto - Leicester, Matilde
[11] ‘Incauta! che festi!’ 2’30
[12] ‘Che palpito io sento!’ 2’20
[13] Recitative - Leicester, Matilde, Enrico ‘Sconsigliata!’ 3’24

Aria - Matilde
[14] Aria - ‘Sento un’interna voce’ 3’32
[15] Cabaletta - ‘Ah! se tolto un sol momento’ 3’55

CD 2
ACT I - Part Two
[1] Recitative - Enrico, Leicester, Norfolk, Elisabetta
‘Infelice! Pur troppo’ 5’06 91

Scena e Duetto - Elisabetta, Norfolk
[2] Scena - ‘Colmo di duol’ 2’18 97
[3] Duetto - ‘Perch? mai, destin crudele’ 3’01 99
[4] Largo - ‘Misera! a quale stato’ 3’56 100
[5] Allegro - ‘Quell’alma perfida’ 2’10 101
[6] Recitative - Guglielmo, Elisabetta ‘Che fia? Smarrita in volto’ 1’25 101

Finale Primo
Elisabetta, Matilde, Enrico, Leicester, Guglielmo, Coro
[7] Scena - ‘Che penso, desolata regina’ 4’00 104
[8] Allegro - ‘Se mi serbasti il soglio’ 4’59 107
[9] Adagio - ‘Qual colpo inaspettato’ 3’52 110
[10] Stretta - ‘Duce, in tal guisa’ 4’37

CD3
ACT II
[1] Introduzione e recitativo - Guglielmo, Norfolk ‘Perch? tremi?’ 2’30

Scena e Duetto - Elisabetta, Matilde
[2] Scena - ‘Dov’? Matilde?’ 4’18
[3] Duetto - ‘Pensa che sol per poco’ 3’14
[4] Andante - ‘Non bastan quelle lagrime’ 3’30

Terzetto - Elisabetta, Matilde, Leicester
[5] Terzetto - ‘Misero me!’ 1’24
[6] Largo - ‘L’avverso mio destino’ 3’10
[7] Stretta - ‘Ah! fra poco, in faccia a morte’ 2’17
[8] Recitative - Elisabetta, Guglielmo ‘Pago sarai, cor mio?’ 1’53
[9] Coro - ‘Qui soffermiamo il pi?’ 4’17

Scena ed Aria - Norfolk, Coro
[10] Scena - ‘Che intesi… oh annunzio!’ 5’02
[11] Aria - ‘Deh! troncate i ceppi suoi’ 5’06
[12] Cabaletta - ‘Non ha core chi non sente’ 2’54

Scena ed Aria - Leicester
[13] Scena - ‘Della cieca fortuna’ 4’18
[14] Aria - ‘Sposa amata… respira’ 3’33
[15] Stretta - ‘Saziati, o sorte ingrata’ 2’37
[16] Recitative - Norfolk, Leicester ‘E l’adorata sposa’ 2’41

Duetto - Leicester, Norfolk
[17] Duetto - ‘Deh! scusa i trasporti’ 4’25
[18] Recitative _ Elisabetta, Matilde, Enrico, Norfolk, Leicester
Guglielmo ‘Tu, Regina!…. Deh! come…’ 4’20

Finale Ultimo - Elisabetta, Matilde, Enrico, Leicester, Norfolk,
Guglielmo, Coro
[19] Scena - ‘Fellon, la pena avrai’ 3’01
[20] Aria - ‘Bell’ alme generose’ 3’44
[21] Scena - ‘Leicester! Leicester!’ 1’18
[22] Stretta - ‘Fuggi amor da questo seno’ 1’40

Rossini wrote Elizabeth, Queen of England for the star-studded San Carlo Opera in Naples in 1815. The plot is a verse reduction of a halfremembered drama by an Italian advocate out of an entertaining but historically implausible English romance. Larmore makes a formidable Elizabeth; beautifully sung, her performance has presence, character, and a real sense of ingrained authority. The lovely cantabile duet for Elizabeth and Matilde at the start of Act 2 is sung to perfection by Caball? and Masterson on Philips' rival set but there's a greater depth of emotion, a grainier, gutsier feel to Larmore's performance with Majella Cullagh's equally characterful, if not at every point inch-perfect, Matilde. There's little to choose between Bruce Ford's Leicester and Carreras's for Philips – Carreras perhaps wins on points with a certain added youthful allure – but Opera Rara's Antonio Siragusa is a more compelling Norfolk than Ugo Benelli, who sings splendidly but without much menace.
Siragusa is very fine. With such strong casting, it goes without saying that the great confrontations in the opera – Elizabeth and Norfolk, Leicester and Norfolk, and so on – all come vividly to life. The Opera Rara performance has a lovely rich, dark feel to it. This is partly to do with Carella's conducting and the London Philharmonic's playing; partly to do with the fact that orchestration is clearly different in places. For first-time buyers, this is the set to go for. - Gramophone Classical Music Guide



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