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Antony Walker & Pinchgut Opera - Jean-Philippe Rameau: Dardanus (2006)

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Antony Walker & Pinchgut Opera - Jean-Philippe Rameau: Dardanus (2006)
Artist: Various Artists
Title Of Album: Photograph
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Country: Australia
Genre: Classical
Quality: FLAC (*image + .cue, log, artwork)
Bitrate: Lossless
Time: 01:02:47
Full Size: 701 MB







Tracklist:

CD 1
01: Ouverture

Acte I
02: Scene 1 - “Cesse, cruel Amour” (Iphise)
03: Scene 2 - “Ma fille, enfin le ciel seconde mon courroux” (Teucer, Iphise)
04: Scene 3 - “Princesse, apres l'espoir” (Antenor, Iphise)
05: Scene 3 - “Par des n?uds solemnels...Manes plaintifs” (Teucer, Antenor)
06: Scene 3 - “Par des jeux eclatans” (Teucer, Antenor, Ch?ur des Peuples et des Guerriers phrygiens)
07: Scene 3 - Entree pour les Guerriers
08: Scene 3 - Air (Vif)... “Allez jeune guerrier” (Une Phrygienne)
09: Scene 3 - “Mars, Bellone... Guerriers, je remplirai bientot votre esperance” (Antenor, Teucer, Ch?ur)
10: Scene 4 - “Je cede au trouble affreux” (Iphise)

Acte II
11: Scene 1 - “Tout l'avenir est present a mes yeux” (Ismenor)
12: Scene 2 - “On vient...c'est Dardanus” (Ismenor, Dardanus)
13: Scene 3 - “Entendez ma voix souveraine... Hatons-nous” (Ismenor, Ch?ur des Ministres d'Ismenor)
14: Scene 3 - Air (Grave)
15: Scene 3 - “Suspens ta brillante carriere” (Ismenor)
16: Scene 3 - Air (Vif)
17: Scene 3 - “Nos cris ont penetre jusqu'au sombre sejour” (Ismenor)
18: Scene 3 - “Obeis aux lois des enfers” (Ch?ur des Ministres d'Ismenor)
19: Scene 4 - “Je viens vous confier le trouble de mon c?ur” (Antenor, Dardanus)
20: Scene 5 - “Je la vois. Quels transports ont passe dans mon ame!” (Dardanus, Iphise)
21: Scene 5 - “Par l'effort de votre art terrible” (Iphise, Dardanus)
22: Scene 5 - “D'un penchant si fatal” (Iphise, Dardanus)
23: Scene 5 - “Que ne puis je exprimer tout l'amour qui l'anime?” (Dardanus, Iphise)
24: Scene 6 - “Elle fuit!... Mais j'ai vu sa tendresse” (Dardanus)
25: Scene 6 - “Elle fuit!... Mais j'ai vu sa tendresse” (Dardanus)

CD 2
Acte III
01: Scene 1 - “O jour affreux!” (Iphise)
02: Scene 2 - “Princesse, enfin la paix va combler mon attente” (Antenor, Iphise, Ch?ur des Phrygiens)
03: Scene 3 - “Que l'on chante, que l'on s'empresse” (Ch?ur des Phrygiens)
04: Scene 3 - “Paix favorable, paix adorable” (Ch?ur des Phrygiens, Un Phrygien, Une Phrygienne)
05: Scene 3 - Menuets I & II... “Volez, Plaisirs, volez” (Une Phrygienne)
06: Scene 3 - Tambourins I & II
07: Scene 4 - “Cessez vos jeux” (Teucer, Antenor)
08: Scene 4 - “Allez, et remportez une illustre victoire” (Ch?ur des Phrygiens)

Acte IV
09: Scene 1 - “Lieux funestes” (Dardanus)
10: Scene 1 - Ritournelle
11: Scene 1 - “Malgre le dieu des mers” (Venus)
12: Scene 1 - “Venez Songes flatteurs” (Venus)
13: Scene 2 - “Par un sommeil agreable” (Les trois Songes, choeur des Songes)
14: Scene 2 - “Un monstre furieux desole ce rivage” (Un Songe [Ismenor])
15: Scene 2 - “Ah! que votre sort est charmant” (Un Songe)

Acte IV
16: Scene 2 - “Il est temps de courir aux armes” (Les trois Songes, choeur des Songes)
17: Scene 3 - “Ou suis-je!” (Dardanus)
18: Scene 3 - “Hatons-nous; courons a la gloire” (Dardanus)
19: Scene 4 - “Voici les tristes lieux” (Antenor)
20: Scene 4 - “Monstre affreux, monstre redoutable” (Antenor)
21: Scene 4 - “Quel bruit! quelle tempete horrible!”; Scene V - “Mon rival va perir... Le monstre est abbatu” (Dardanus, Antenor)
22: Scene 5 - “Quel est donc le heros qui conserve mes jours?” (Antenor, Dardanus)

Acte V
23: Scene 1 - “Antenor est victorieux” (Ch?ur des Phrygiens, Teucer, Antenor, Iphise)
24: Scene 2 - “Frappe; delivre-toi d'un rival odieux” (Dardanus, Antenor, Iphise, Teucer)
25: Scene 2 - “J'eprouve tour a tour mille troubles divers” (Teucer); Scene III - “Mais un nouvel eclat embellit l'univers” (Teucer)
26: Scene 3 - “Teucer, bannissez pour jamais la vengeance et la haine” (Venus, Teucer)
27: Scene 3 - “Nous quittons des Plaisirs la demeure cherie” (Ch?ur des Amours)
28: Scene 3 - “Des biens que Venus nous dispense” (Iphise, Dardanus)
29: Scene 3 - “Pour la fete ou l'on vous appelle” (Venus)
30: Scene 3 - Chaconne
31: Scene 3 - Tambourin

Sydney's wonderfully named Pinchgut Opera is committed to Baroque and Classical repertoire that rarely finds its way into traditional opera houses, and its 2005 production of Dardanus was the work's Australian premiere. The company uses the original 1739 version of the opera, with a brief interpolation from the composer's 1744 revision, and entirely omits the allegorical Prologue. Anthony Walker leads the Cantillation choir and the Orchestra of the Antipodes, which specializes in music of the Baroque era, in an elegant and idiomatic performance of the opera. Beginning with the jaunty sprung rhythms of the overture, the performers demonstrate a lively grasp of the idiom, and the skill to pull off its difficulties with panache. The soloists, too, perform with style and grace, and are especially accomplished in their grasp and execution of the elaborate ornamentation of the French High Baroque. The performance by the largely Australian cast is characterized by dramatic urgency and absolute commitment. While they may not have the polish and consistency of the soloists on the Archiv recording under Marc Minkowski, they sing with more naturalness and expressive freedom. The roles of Iphise, Antenor, and Ismenor are sung with significantly more vocal distinction on the Archiv set, but baritone Stephen Bennett as Teucer is more secure than his Archiv counterpart. Tenor Paul Agnew, in the title role, is especially compelling in his tonal purity, musicality, and dramatic urgency, and his "Lieux funestes" is a real show-stopper. The sound of the live recording is clean and natural and creates a good sense of theatrical space. -- Stephen Eddins



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