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Détails sur le produit

  • Interprète: John Eliot Gardiner, Ashley Stafford, David Thomas, Eiddwen Harrhy, Elisabeth Priday, et al.
  • Orchestre: English Baroque Soloists
  • Chef d'orchestre: John Eliot Gardiner
  • Compositeur: Henry Purcell
  • CD (12 janvier 2008)
  • Nombre de disques: 2
  • Label: Archiv Produktion
  • ASIN : B000V3OKY8
  • Autres éditions : Téléchargement MP3
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Disque : 1

  1. The fairy queen première musique - prelude
  2. The fairy queen première musique - hornpipe
  3. The fairy queen seconde musique - air
  4. The fairy queen seconde musique - rondeau
  5. The fairy queen seconde musique - overture
  6. The fairy queen - song in two parts: "come, come, come, let us leave"
  7. The fairy queen - scene of the drunken poet: "fill up the bowl"
  8. The fairy queen - first act tune: jig
  9. The fairy queen - prelude...come, all ye songsters of the sky
  10. The fairy queen - prelude
  11. The fairy queen - trio: "may the god of wit inspire"
  12. The fairy queen - echo
  13. The fairy queen - chorus: "now joyn your warbling voices all"
  14. The fairy queen - a dance of fairies
  15. The fairy queen - song and chorus: "sing while we trip it on the green"
  16. The fairy queen - no.14 "see, even night herself is here"
  17. The fairy queen - no.15 "I am come to lock all fast"
  18. The fairy queen - no.16 "one charming night"
  19. The fairy queen - no.17 "hush, no more"
  20. The fairy queen - no.18 dance for the followers of night
  21. The fairy queen - second act tune: air
  22. The fairy queen - a song in two parts and chorus: "if love's a sweet passion"
  23. The fairy queen - overture: symphony while the swans come forward
  24. The fairy queen - dance for the fairies
  25. The fairy queen - dance for the green men
  26. The fairy queen - song: "ye gentle spirits of the air, appear"
  27. The fairy queen - dialog: "now the maids and the men"
  28. The fairy queen - song: "when I have often heard"
  29. The fairy queen - a dance of haymakers
  30. The fairy queen - song and chorus: "a thousand thousand ways we'll find"
  31. The fairy queen - third act tune: hornpipe

Disque : 2

  1. The fairy queen - symphony
  2. The fairy queen - no.31 solo & chorus "now the night"
  3. The fairy queen - duet: "let the fifes, and the clarions"
  4. The fairy queen - entry of phoebus
  5. The fairy queen - song: "when a cruel long winter"- chorus: "hail! great parent of us all"
  6. The fairy queen - song: "thus the ever grateful spring"
  7. The fairy queen - song: "here's the summer, sprightly, gay"
  8. The fairy queen - song: "see my many colour'd fields"
  9. The fairy queen - song and chorus: "now winter comes slowly"
  10. The fairy queen - fourth act tune: air
  11. The fairy queen - prelude
  12. The fairy queen - epithalamium - thrice happy lovers
  13. The fairy queen - the plaint
  14. The fairy queen - entry dance
  15. The fairy queen - symphony
  16. The fairy queen - thus the gloomy world
  17. The fairy queen - thus happy and free
  18. The fairy queen - song: "yes, daphne, in your looks I find"
  19. The fairy queen - monkey's dance
  20. The fairy queen - hark! how all things
  21. The fairy queen - hark! the ech'ing air
  22. The fairy queen - sure the dull god
  23. The fairy queen - prelude
  24. The fairy queen - solo: "see, see, I obey"
  25. The fairy queen - duet: "turn then thine eyes"
  26. The fairy queen - solo: "my torch, indeed"
  27. The fairy queen - trio: "they shall be as happy"
  28. The fairy queen - air
  29. The fairy queen - chorus: "they shall be as happy"
  30. The fairy queen - chaconne: dance for chinese man and woman


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GARDINER JOHN ELIOT / ENGLISH


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J'ai trouvé par hazard ce disque qui fait partir d'une collection des enregistrements sélectionnés de Deustch Grammophon. Très bel enregistrement à écouter attentivement. Les fiches explicatives sur l'oeuvre et les paroles sont téléchargeable avec un mot de passe indiqué à l'intérieur du couverture.
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HASH(0xa0e6c4b0) étoiles sur 5 a voice teacher and early music fan 31 mai 2009
Par George Peabody - Publié sur Amazon.com
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A QUOTE FROM 'PROLOGUE TO THE FAIRY QUEEN'(1693): "WHAT HAVE WE LEFT UNTRY'D TO PLEASE THIS AGE, TO BRING IT MORE IN LIKING WITH THE STAGE? WE SUNK TO FARCE, AND ROSE TO COMEDY; GAVE YOU HIGH RANTS, AND WELL-WRIT TRAGEDY......"
'The Fairy Queen' was first performed on May 2, 1692, at the Queen's Theatre, Dorset Garden, London, possibly, as a birthday tribute to Queen Mary. Based on an incident in Shakespeare's 'Midsummer Night's Dream', Henry Purcell's 'Fairy Queen' is extraordinarily beautiful and contains some of the most inspired arias penned for the English language. The tale is a joyful fusion of music, dance and comedy which brings alive the splendor of the Baroque for a modern audience.

The score, which is only partially in Purcell's autograph, has served as the basis of the edition specially prepared by Peter Holman and John Eliot Gardiner for performance at the 1981 Gottingen Handel Festival and the subsequent recording. The four-part Baroque Orchestra consists of: oboes and bassoons, double violin and bass parts which follows both English and French traditions. The surviving music that Purcell composed for the 1693 revival is here recorded complete for the first time(1981).

Upon listening to it for the first time, one attempts to be logical and follow the 'story' which is really not obvious or all that important, and tends to get in the way of enjoyment of the music. There are nine Masques contained within five acts, all portraying various scenarios intertwined with the lovely music of Purcell.

The First Act consists of fairies pinching and tormenting a drunken poet, while the Second Act meditates on the misunderstandings of the lost pair of lovers in Shakespeare's play and rhapsodises on night, sleep and mystery. The Third Act is a bucolic romp in which the drunken poet chases Mopsa(male singer)playing a female/male role; you name it. Act Four is a panorama of the seasons, and Act Five is an inexplicable Chinese Pantomime.

This recording is somewhat of a disappointment for me because after hearing the Harnoncourt 1994 disc with his line-up of very excellent soloists(B.Bonney,E.VonMagnus,S.McNair,M.Chance,L.Dale,R.Holl and A.Michaels-Moore) and the skilled Arnold Schoenberg Choir, I really expected Gardiner's recording (I so love his M.Choir)to at least be on that level. Thus I had to keep reminding myself that this 1981 disc was early in Gardiner's sojourn, and I do think that if he recorded it today, he certainly would select more accomplished soloists. All ten of his soloists were skilled singers, but dramaticlly, except for three, namely J.Smith(soprano), M.Hill(tenor) and S.Varcoe(bass), the remaining seven gave correct, but dull renditons. And this music is far from dull!!!!

For example, the absolutely marvelous scene between the drunken poet (David Thomas) and the 'gay' guy (Timothy Penrose) fell flat on its face; totally lackluster, and there were many such failures. It seemed to me that Gardiner was attempting to assign solos to as many of his choir members as possible, but 'Too many cooks spoil the pot'.

Gardiner's Monteverdi Choir was superb as were the English Baroque Soloists, thus the four stars (they deserve 10) BUT in this work at least seventy-five percent of the singing is solo work, so there you have it.

I am far from 'trashing' this disc for after all it has one of my favorite choirs, but in all honesty I have to award the overall excellence to the 1994 Harnoncourt disc and 'The Sixteen' 1990 recording.

Just a purchasing 'tidbit': the other Fairy Queen of Gardiner's with a different picture is the same recording, but more expensive.
HASH(0xa0f9212c) étoiles sur 5 good enough 13 octobre 2013
Par Wyote - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is a repackaging (not remastered or anything) of Purcell: The Fairy Queen - you can find several more reviews for the original.

I think the voice teacher's review is an interesting one... perhaps if I were to buy this today I would prefer another recording. You definitely should consider shopping around. On the other hand, the amazon reviewer states that this was the first period recording of The Fairy Queen, and if that's true then it is sort of a historical document at least.

I haven't heard any of the following, but if I were in the market (as you apparently are!), I'd definitely consider:

- Fairy Queen
- Purcell: The Fairy Queen
- Purcell: The Fairy Queen /Les Arts Florissants * Christie
- Purcell: The Fairy Queen (complete)

G'luck!
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