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L'Elisir D'Amore [Blu-ray]

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  • Format : Classique
  • Audio : Anglais
  • Sous-titres : Italien, Allemand, Anglais, Français, Espagnol, Cantonais, Coréen
  • Région : Région B/2 (Plus d'informations sur les formats DVD/Blu-ray.)
  • Rapport de forme : 16:9
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : Deutsche Grammophon
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 7 octobre 2014
  • Durée : 136 minutes
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5 3 commentaires client
  • ASIN: B00L5UJ9ZQ
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L'elixir d amour Blu-Ray

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Format: Blu-ray Achat vérifié
Superbe mise en scène, superbement chanté mais aussi parfaitement joué par cet éternel Nemorino et excellent acteur qu'est Rolando Villazon, Miah Persson une Adina parfaite, et Ildebrando d'Arcangelo plus convaincant que jamais en Dulcamara. Merci Mr. Villazon pour ce magnifique spectacle et pour les clins d'œil aux chefs d'œuvre du cinéma classique, que n'on peut que savourer!
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Original, drole, émouvant, Rolando Villazon apporte son originalité et son incomparable talent a cette oeuvre de Donizetti
On retrouve dans cette mise en scène la passion de Rolando pour le cinema.
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quel belle opéra comique vive miah et vive Rolando super vedettes j'adore et je chante moi aussi et fais parti d'une chorale de chants sacrés
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HASH(0x91f8b1bc) étoiles sur 5 Good production and singers - Bad sound 29 septembre 2014
Par PieroF - Publié sur
Format: Blu-ray
I like this opera. I somehow like Villazón directions, even if it's a bit weird. I like most singers (Persson, Villazón, D’Arcangelo, Mühlemann) and mostly I love Miah Persson's Adina.
But the Blu-Ray sound is awful. The opera, the production, the singers deserve a much better sound mix, color, depth. Sometimes singers are badly drowned out by the orchestra. For some singers (namely sopranos) sound is squeezed into a narrow frequency band, with very unpleasant effect. Maybe microphones didn't work well, or sound settings were off. What happened ?
The result is really poor... too bad, really too bad!
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HASH(0x91f8b5c4) étoiles sur 5 How the West Was Dumb 20 janvier 2015
Par David Cady - Publié sur
Format: Blu-ray Achat vérifié
Some of director/star Rolando Villazon's ideas for his reimagined "L'Elisir d'Amore" work quite nicely. The problem is how many there are. As another reviewer said, there's a lot going on onstage at all times, which makes it very hard for the audience to focus on what's important. A director's job is to not only direct the actors, but the audience as well. Where should we look, to what singer should we be paying attention, who's story is this? These concepts pretty much go out the window when the whole stage is a three-ring circus.

The very conceit of the show is one idea too many. Not content to set this "Elixir" in the American West (an idea that I can see working), Villazon gives us a film being shot about the American West in the American West, with Adina the star and the film actor playing Dulcamara also directing. The "joke" is that Nemorino, a groupie of Adina's, can't distinguish between what's happening in reality and what's part of the film. He's constantly jumping into frame, trying to save the day, frustrating the director and Adina alike. This makes the character an even greater idiot than he's usually played (and as usually interpreted by Villazon). Adding insult to injury is that this Mexican director dresses Nemorino as the stereotypical dumb Mexican peasant, complete with poncho, Cantinflas mustache and "What's going on?" expression.

And where again are we supposed to be? In the accompanying documentary, Villazon references Spaghetti Westerns, so shouldn't we be in Italy? But no, the script the actors use has an English title, as are the film within the opera's title cards. And in what era exactly? We're told that the time is the 1950s, but the film being shot is a...silent movie? Huh? Makes no sense whatsoever. So many conflicting ideas, adding to the general sense that Villazon has no filter whatsoever.

The singers are generally fine, particularly the lovely Miah Persson, who manages to rise above the silliness around her. Ildebrando D'Arcangelo sings well, as per usual, but is a painfully unfunny Dulcamara/director. At one point Adina shoots a gun into the air to quiet the crowd around her, and of course a bird plunges from the sky. (It's just that kind of unimaginative production; you know exactly what's going to happen next...and it does.) In this case, though, the bird is a buzzard. Watching D'Arcangelo pick up the bird and wear it like a shawl, "singing" through its mouth, mugging up a storm, is excruciating. And speaking of mugging, there's Villazon himself. I've always decried the way he plays this role, but here he's on overdrive. And as good as he sounds, it's an effort now. He looks uncomfortable, and we feel that way watching him.

Yesterday I saw Laurent Pelly's gorgeous Covent Garden production of this opera, and it's everything Villazon's is not: wise, clever, simple, heartwarming, focused, simple, restrained, emotionally involving, simple. And did I mention simple? Pelly has ideas, but they stand alone so they actually mean something. Villazon, to mix metaphors, throws the kitchen sink at the wall to see what sticks. And it just ends up crashing to the floor and making a lot of noise.
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HASH(0x91f8b3cc) étoiles sur 5 When more is less... 3 décembre 2014
Par Charles G. Johnson - Publié sur
Format: Blu-ray Achat vérifié
A true conceit...I don't mind the reworking at all...take a look at the Flemish Opera "Fanciulla del West" to see where this western filming scenario might have sprung from...but the action is SOOO busy, and not an unnecessary and/or intrusive detail can go unnoticed by the camera...a singer can't even leave the stage without bumping into a's like a collection of everything bad about American racial and artistic cliches during the period of supposed 'silent' film, but the folded poster figures and the appearance of King Kong at the end of the first act (the WORST idea ever) push the period forward, causing a disconnect...Singing is generally good, except for the Belcore, for whom I had to turn up the volume in order to hear. (If he was supposed to resemble US Grant, epic FAIL!!) The worst technical thing about the DVD is the picture: grainy to the point of distraction throughout...and I DON'T think it was for antique effect.
HASH(0x91f8b600) étoiles sur 5 Worth upgrading to the blu-ray version! 13 janvier 2016
Par Thomas Ascher - Publié sur
Format: Blu-ray Achat vérifié
I didn't notice any of the reviews comparing the DVD to the blu-ray or any specifically mentioning the blu-ray for that matter. So I'll just add the that I just received the blu-ray and compared it to the DVD which I already owned. I clearly saw improved clarity and definition in the picture and sound of the blu-ray over the DVD so I felt it was worth upgrading. In regard to performance, there are already many excellent reviews. I''l just add my opinion that this is superb in the acting, staging and singing. I already own the Pavarotti with Blegen as well as the one with Battle. Both of these are excellent, but I like this new one with Netrebko and Villazon even better, partially for the improved technical quality, but for the acting and performance as well. This version I would show to anyone new to opera who I wanted to impress with how wonderful opera can be!
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HASH(0x91f8b9f0) étoiles sur 5 The brilliant, masterful complexity of staging a comedy within a comedy was just plain artistic genius! 25 septembre 2014
Par Mightymouse - Publié sur
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
First I laughed to tears then marveled at the brilliant complexity of this production! Rolando Villazon's idea and then masterful execution of a comedy within a comedy blended seamlessly without compromising any part of Donizetti's original opera which is a sign of true artistic genius! There just doesn't seem to be any limit to the the things this man's imagination can create to truly entertain and bring opera to the unsuspecting! Again, this was staged as a comedy within a comedy. The first comedy is a 1930's silent film or at least the filming of a film, a "Spaghetti Western" being filmed while Donizetti's opera was cleverly woven into the plot due to the character Nemorino- cast as an "extra" for the western, continually mistakens the scripted dialogue of the western's actress/heroine for the real world in which he is ardently in love with her and she doesn't care. Everytime the Heroine recites her lines Nemorine misinterprets the situation and stops the filming with his comedic reactions. The Western's scenery and main characters and the extras of the film production all portray every Wild West cliche you can recall seeing in your childhood: A bank; band of bank robbers, a gold mine, a shoot out on main street with the cowboy and the sheriff, can-can chorus girls in a saloon, a stoic tall Indian in full feathered headdress with tomahawk, a beautiful heroine, an Indian medicine man and a regimen of Union Soldiers. Nemorino (Villazon)'s "extra" character in a tongue in cheek tribute to his Mexican heritage is a Mexican peasant complete with poncho, moustache and sombrero. The second comedy is the Donizetti opera itself. On and off the Western set, Nemorino is Donizetti's character Nemorino, the Director is Dulcamara, the Union soldier is Balcore, the Assistant Director plays a much more active role as Giannetta and the chorus are a thoroughly hilarious band of characters that make up the western's extra characters. Between movie shoots the Donizetti comedy plays out while during the movie shoots the western silent film comedy is in full force. Eventually (and deliberately) its hard to tell where one comedy stops and the other begins as the confusion between plots makes for even more delightful laughs and absurdity! It's amazing that all of the recitative and arias fit in so perfectly with the Wild West subplot that none of the songs sounded out of context or awkward at all. A masterful piece of stagecraft and entertainment! Bravo Villazon! Well done indeed!
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