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Zdenek Kosler - Smetana: Dalibor (1998)

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Zdenek Kosler - Smetana: Dalibor (1998)
Artist: Prague National Theatre Chorus and Orchestra & Zdenek Kosler
Title Of Album: Smetana: Dalibor
Year Of Release: 1998
Label: Supraphon
Country: Czechoslovakia
Genre: Classical
Quality: FLAC (*image + .cue, log, scans)
Bitrate: Lossless
Time: 02:35:00
Full Size: 659 MB




Tracklist:

Bedrich Smetana (1824-1884)

CD 1
Act 1
01. Ouverture; Scene 1: Today the judgement will be passed 3:50
02. An orphan, abandoned 4:54
03. March 2:54
04. Scene 2. You know by now how our kingdom fair 3:47
05. Scene 3. Step forward without fear 3:40
06. The sun did set 6:53
07. Scene 4. Ah, what a sight! 1:22
08. I won?t deny it, lies are not my province! 6:29
09. Committing crime thou hast thus helped thyself! 2:57
10. Thus, Dalibor reads judgement unanimous 5:18
11. Scene 5. Here do you see me bending low 3:39
12. Scene 6. What storm here in my bosom is raging 3:27

Act 2
13. Scene 1. Oh, yes, the gayest is this our world 3:47
14. By this gay song 2:54
15. Of Dalibor?s fate didst thou surely hear! 2:42
16. Scene 2. Oh, yes, the gayest is this our world 5:22
17. Change of Stage I -Scene 1. Here greatest vigilance is needed 6:13
18. Scene 2. Oh, how saddening is a jailer?s life, how hard 2:32
19. Scene 3. Everything?s ready 4:49

CD 2
01. Scene 4. Oh, goodness! 3:07
02. Scene 5. Here is the violin! 6:29
03. Change of Stage 2 1:54
04. Scene 1. It was he again? 4:35
05. Scene 2. Accept, I beg, this trifle from my hand 3:26
06. Dalibor, I beg you pardon 3:35
07. Oh, unspeakable charm of love 5:25

Act 3
08. Ouverture; Scene 1: Glorious King 3:32
09. It will be near to forty years 4:01
10. Scene 2. At this late hour 5:33
11. Are you now ready? 5:17
12. Scene 3. It?s the third night 3:35
13. Scene 4. Oh, heaven! He shook his chains! 5:52
14. Let so it be! 4:29
15. March 2:05
16. Scene 5. No trace as yet of our convened signal? 5:28
17. Scene 6. Milada! 3:44
18. Oh, behold this tender rosebud; Scene 7. Enemy troops 5:08

A greater contrast to Smetana's preceding opera, "The Bartered Bride, can hardly be imagined. This gloomy tale of medieval chivalry, friendship, betrayal and vengeance has all of the tried and true operatic conventions (except they weren't conventions in the 1860s when Smetana wrote it!): There's the temperamental knight Dalibor whose troubled soul can only be soothed by the sound of his friend's violin; there's the vengeful daughter who finds herself falling in love with her father's killer (Dalibor, of course), and who then disguises herself as a man to save him. You know the drill. The opera was admired by Mahler, who produced it in Vienna, and not least by the great Czech conductor Zdenek Kosler, whose dying wish was to make this splendid recording. It is his musical testament. -- David Hurwitz



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