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  • Interprète: Maxim Mironov, Petya Ivanova, Vittorio Prato, Bruno Praticò, Rosita Fiocco, et al.
  • Orchestre: Virtuosi Brunensis
  • Chef d'orchestre: Antonino Fogliani
  • Compositeur: Saverio Mercadante
  • CD (3 juillet 2014)
  • Nombre de disques: 2
  • Label: Naxos
  • ASIN : B00KQ31IRA
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. Le Gramaglie, I Funebri Doppieri
  2. Perché Non Posso
  3. Ove A Me Rivolgi Un Guardo
  4. Per Lei Che Mi Sprezza
  5. Come Un Etereo Spirto Dileguasi
  6. Tu Piangi?
  7. Ah! Tu M'ami
  8. Ite, Vani Ornamenti
  9. Se Per Te Non Ha Diletto
  10. Perché Di Pianti
  11. Prode Garzone
  12. Questi Die Verdi Salici
  13. Qual Soave Armonia!
  14. Tutto Quaggiu Si Solve
  15. Come Turbar Poss'io
  16. Sempre Ripete Mi - No, No, Non Crederlo
  17. Erman
  18. Incerto, Che Penso?
  19. Scopri Alfin Il Tuo Disegno

Disque : 2

  1. Accorrete
  2. Giunge Ermano
  3. Ermano, Ove Sei Tu?
  4. Qual Gemito!
  5. Chi Mi Sveglia Dal Mio Sepolcro?
  6. Deh, Risparmia Ch'io Racconti
  7. Io Sì, Che Un Figlio Avea
  8. To Lo Conosci?
  9. All'armi!
  10. Notte, Il Silenzio Doppia
  11. Tutto Riposa
  12. Ah! No: Vivi E Spargi Un Fiore
  13. Dove Corre Quell'empio?
  14. Ciel! Del Mio Prode Ermano
  15. Amelia, Esulta
  16. Giunge Alcun
  17. Cosù Serbi Il Giuramento
  18. Sul Mio Fronte
  19. Deh! Non Scemar Con Lagrime

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Description du produit

Melodramma serio in tre parti su libretto di Jacopo Crescini - Compositore molto apprezzato ai suoi tempi, al punto da essere messo sullo stesso livello di Rossini, Bellini e Donizetti, Saverio Mercadante fu uno dei compositori che contribuirono maggiormente alla trasformazione dell’opera belcantista in un vero e proprio dramma musicale. Mercadante compose il dramma in musica I briganti non solo per mettersi in mostra presso il pubblico parigino, ma anche per dimostrare prima di tutto a se stesso di non essere inferiore a Vincenzo Bellini, che l’anno precedente aveva fatto mettere in scena la prima rappresentazioni assoluta de I puritani. L’originale stile di canto fiorito e lo spiccato talento teatrale di Mercadante dimostrano che era ormai terminato il tempo in cui le opere erano strutturate secondo una serie di interminabili recitativi e di arie virtuosistiche pensate quasi solo per esaltare la bravura dei cantanti, un fatto che contribuì a spianare la strada ai melodrammi di Verdi. Questa produzione andata in scena nel 2012 al festival Rossini in Wildbad è stata salutata con unanime entusiasmo dalla stampa di tutto il mondo, con il recensore del New York Times che ha sottolineato come sia stata curata «in maniera assolutamente impeccabile» e interpretata «in maniera sensazionale» da Maxim Mironov nel ruolo centrale di Ermanno. Si tratta della prima ripresa dell’opera dal 1847 e – quindi – di una spettacolare prima registrazione mondiale.Petya Ivanova, Rosita Fiocco, Bruno Praticò, Vittorio Prato, Maxim Mironov, Jesús Ayllón, Atanas Mladenov, Camerata Bach Choir, Poznan, Virtuosi Brunensis

Critique

'Russian tenor Maxim Mironov makes an outstanding bel cantist, matched by soprano Petya Ivanova. Vittorio Prato and Bruno Praticò contribute pleasingly in the baritone and bass roles, and the ensemble rises with thrilling élan to the Part One and Three finales.' --Financial Times, June 27th 2014, Andrew Clark


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Tout est fait dans cet enregistrement live pour rendre ces lettres de noblesse au grand Saverio Mercadante. L'ensemble vocal est de haut niveau et homogène. Les Choeurs et l'orchestre sont dirigés par un passionné et cela s'entend.
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La renaissance de Mercadante apporte son lot de découvertes. I Briganti est un jalon important d'autant que les interprètes se donnent à fond. Voilà une nouvelle étape dans la connaissance de l'opéra italien entre Donizetti, Bellini et Verdi.
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HASH(0xa10c1b70) étoiles sur 5 Looks ahead to Verdi 31 juillet 2014
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Saverio Mercandante has been characterized as the bridge between Rossini and Verdi -- and I Briganti demonstrates why. Completed in 1836, "I Briganti" was written partially in response to Bellini's "I Puritani." This bel canto opera eschews self-contained arias for music that is more fully integrated into the drama. At the same time, it provides plenty of opportunities for singers to show what they're made of -- as is the case in this performance.

This world premier recordings captures the 2012 Rossini in Wildsad Festival production, with all pros and cons of live recording. The pros include the singing of the three principals, tenor Maxim Mironov (Ermano), baritone Vittorio Prato (Corrado), and soprano Petya Ivanova (Amelia). All three sing with confidence and energy, producing warm, rounded tones.

The cons include some occasional pitch problems in the chorus, and the overall recorded sound. The sound stage seems a little cramped, and the music sounded to my ears somewhat soft around the edges.

Nevertheless, Mercandante's music works its magic and I soon forgot my quibbles with the recording. Highly recommended for lovers of Italian opera. And if you can, listen to I Briganti and then Verdi's "I Masnadieri," a setting of the same story. Mercandante's opera compares quite favorably, particularly in dramatic structure and pacing.
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HASH(0xa11d0210) étoiles sur 5 Another Treasure Rediscovered 10 août 2014
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This is likely the first hearing of this work since 1836 when it was premiered in Paris. Mercadante wrote it for the same four singers whom history has dubbed " the Puritani Quartet." They were the same singers who sing the premiere of that great work as well as "Marin Faliero" by Donizetti. Each of the three composers had been invited by Rossini to write works for the Theatre Italen where he was Music Director. The story is based on the same Schiller play, Die Rauber, that Verdi was to use a decade later as the basis for his I Masnadieri. Needless to say, the music is very difficult, especially for the tenor, who has an entrance scena that finally takes him up to a high E Flat. The tenor here, Ivan Mironov, doesn't disgrace himself, but the difficulties are not easily handled. He improves markedly as the performance proceeds. Much the same can be said for the soprano and the baritone. All of that said, is there a "Puritani Quartet" in today's opera world ? I think not. So let us be grateful for the yeoman efforts of these young voices to let let us finally hear this beautiful and moving work from that incredible period of operatic productivity. For those whose who love the works of that period this a must-have album.
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HASH(0xa11d0018) étoiles sur 5 Enjoyable Bel Canto Opera in World Premiere Recording 19 octobre 2014
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This recording will be of great interest to lovers of bel canto opera because it fill in the gap in our knowledge of a famous "contest" that Rossini held in Paris when he invited Bellini, Donizetti and Mercadante to compose new operas for the Theatre Italien, which Rossini was managing. Bellini scored with his final opera, "I puritani," while Donizetti composed a brilliant work with "Marin Faliero." Until recently Mercadante's less successful attempt was unknown. Thanks to the Rossini in Wildbad Festival we can now hear Mercadante's "I brigani" ("The Robbers") based on the same Schiller play as Verdi's later "I masnadieri." Mercadante's work has some rousing music and a steady diet of arias and cabalettas. The cast includes Maxim Mironov, tenor, as the brigand anti-hero Ermano, Bruno Pratico as his father Massimiliano and Vittorio Prato as his brother Corrado. Mironov's tenor is not always to my taste, but he does reach the high notes that Mercadante composed for Giovanni Rubini, the extraordinary tenor who had premiered Arturo in Bellini's opera. Bruno Pratico is, sadly, no longer able to sing a role like the father. The soprano is Petya Ivanova, who sings Amelia quite adequately. Antonino Fogliano leads his forces with real commitment to the music. Enjoyable bel canto opera in world premiere recording.
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GREAT !!!! Wonderful music
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