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Carnaval! French Coloratura Arias
 
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Carnaval! French Coloratura Arias

11 décembre 2006 | Format : MP3

EUR 9,99 (TVA incluse le cas échéant)
Également disponible en format CD

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Détails sur le produit

  • Date de sortie d'origine : 15 novembre 1994
  • Date de sortie: 11 décembre 2006
  • Label: Universal Music Division Decca Records France
  • Copyright: (C) 1994 Decca Music Group Limited
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  • Durée totale: 1:08:13
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  • ASIN: B0025BOIXC
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5 1 commentaire client
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HASH(0x9c11f4e0) étoiles sur 5 Sumi Jo at her Best! 2 août 1999
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This album is definitely one of the best coloratura recitals on records. Sumi Jo is simply enchanting. She has a voice of great beauty and perfect technique. Her command of trills, roulades and legato line is simply astonishing. Sumi Jo' performance on this recording (a collection of not very known arias from French opera comique) reminds me a lot of Amelita Galli-Curci in her combination of charm and vocal virtuosism. The recording is a delight from start to finish. Among the hightlights are Sevillanas, Charmant oiseaux ( the cadenzas with flute are amazing), the beautiful liricism and stunning high D flat of the aria from Madame Chrysantéme, and of course the Carnival of Venice, a true feast of vocal fireworks. This recording is a must for all the fans of great singing.
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HASH(0x9bade978) étoiles sur 5 This album will knock your heart off! 20 novembre 1999
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Just an intriguing episode to add here. When this album was released, quite a few people thought that it is absolutely impossible for a human to sing like Jo did. They conjectured that there must be a sort of mechanical manipulations added. To prove that there was no mechanical aid to this recording, Sumi Jo sang the whole arias in "Carnaval" in front of millions of French TV viewers and audiences. And the result was: She was technically exactly the same as in the recording. Her live singing was even more touching and impressive! Her "Les Pantins de Violette: La Chanson du canari" was so beautiful that it caused tears from my eyes. And everyone in the audience gave her a long standing ovation!
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HASH(0x9caaf228) étoiles sur 5 Fantastic! 20 mai 2011
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I am not an opera fan but when I heard her voice, I knew I was a new fan of hers.
What a great voice she has. So smooth. Nothing harsh about it.
This is a wonderful CD!
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HASH(0x9b96b6c0) étoiles sur 5 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 2 septembre 1999
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No words could describe the beauty of Jo's voice and her input of emotions in this album. Sentimental, nostalgic and GORGEOUS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Felt dizzy intoxicated by "Carnaval de Venise".
HASH(0x9b95c558) étoiles sur 5 bonbons, very well performed 9 juillet 2015
Par Stanley Crowe - Publié sur Amazon.com
I'm not sure that I'll be listening to this often -- it's pretty high-calorie stuff -- but that's not the fault of Sumi Jo or Richard Bonynge and the ECO. As far as I know, this was Sumi Jo's first recording, from 1993, when she was about 31, and it's clear that she was a very accomplished artist even at that early stage. These pieces from French operettas must be the devil to sing, but Sumi Jo disposes of them with great elan. I don't mean to suggest that she sings them mechanically or unfeelingly. Her sense of line is impeccable, and her French, to my ears, sounds idiomatic. My only slight reservations are hints of glassiness or over-brightness in some of the roulades and in the high top notes at mezzo-forte and above -- and these problems, if problems they are, might well be artifacts of the recording, for doing justice to voices like Sumi Jo's isn't easy. Importantly, the basic quality of the voice is warm and rounded, and it's very lovely indeed in the middle of the voice and generally sweet and true above that. I tend to prefer the slightly less flashy pieces, and Felicien David's "Couplets de Mysoli" is very beautiful, and just listen to the floated soft high note that ends Messager's "Le Jour sous le soleil beni." Having said that, it's hard not to get caught up in the fun of Offenbach's "Valse tyrolienne" or Masset's "Carnaval de Venise" -- or indeed, any of the others. In a couple of items, there are lovely obligattos from the flautist William Bennett (in "Mysoli") and the violinist Anthony Marwood, in Herold's "Jours de mon enfance." The pieces are beautifully scored, and Bonynge and the ECO relish the textures, and the Decca engineers do them proud.

Where else are you going to hear this music? Well, I'm sure that with trouble you could hunt down good accounts of these pieces -- but here you have it all in one package and very well performed.
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