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Saint-Saëns : Samson et Dalila. Dominguez, Vickers, Fournet.

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Disque 1 :

Titre Durée Prix
  1. Samson et Dalila: Act I, "Dieu d'Israël!" (Chorus) 8:52EUR 1,09  Acheter le titre 
  2. Samson et Dalila: Act I, "Arrêtez, ô mes frères!" (Samson, Chorus) 5:11EUR 1,09  Acheter le titre 
  3. Samson et Dalila: Act I, "Qui donc élève ici la voix?" (Abimelech) 2:52EUR 1,09  Acheter le titre 
  4. Samson et Dalila: Act I, "C'est toi que sa bouche invective" (Samson, Chorus, Abimelech) 3:17EUR 1,09  Acheter le titre 
  5. Samson et Dalila: Act I, "Que vois-je!" (High Priest, First Philistine, Second Philistine, Messenger) 5:14EUR 1,09  Acheter le titre 
  6. Samson et Dalila: Act I, "Hymne de joie" (Chorus, Old Hebrew) 4:32EUR 1,09  Acheter le titre 
  7. Samson et Dalila: Act I, "Voici le printemps nous portant des fleurs" (Chorus) 1:44EUR 1,09  Acheter le titre 
  8. Samson et Dalila: Act I, "Je veins célébrer la victorie" (Dalila, Samson, Old Hebrew) 3:04EUR 1,09  Acheter le titre 
  9. Samson et Dalila: Act I, "Dance of the Priestesses of Dagon" (Orchestra) 2:09EUR 1,09  Acheter le titre 
10. Samson et Dalila: Act I, "Printemps qui commence" (Dalila, Old Hebrew) 6:47EUR 1,09  Acheter le titre 

Disque 2 :

Titre Durée Prix
  1. Samson et Dalila: Act II, "Prelude" (Orchestra) 1:42EUR 1,09  Acheter le titre 
  2. Samson et Dalila: Act II, "Samson, recherchant ma présence...Amour! viens aider ma failblesse!" (Dalila) 4:21EUR 1,09  Acheter le titre 
  3. Samson et Dalila: Act II, "J'ai gravi la montagne" (High Priest, Dalila) 5:34EUR 1,09  Acheter le titre 
  4. Samson et Dalila: Act II, "Oui! déja par trois fois déguisant mon projet" (Dalila, High Priest) 5:36EUR 1,09  Acheter le titre 
  5. Samson et Dalila: Act II, "Se pourrait-il que sur son coeur" (Dalila) 1:42EUR 1,09  Acheter le titre 
  6. Samson et Dalila: Act II, "En ces lieux, malgré moi, m'ont ramené mes pas" (Samson, Dalila) 9:17EUR 1,09  Acheter le titre 
  7. Samson et Dalila: Act II, "Mon coeur s'ouvre à ta voix" (Dalila, Samson) 5:57EUR 1,09  Acheter le titre 
  8. Samson et Dalila: Act II, "Mais! non! que dis-je? hélas, la triste Dalila" (Dalila, Samson) 6:04EUR 1,09  Acheter le titre 
  9. Samson et Dalila: Act III, "Vois, ma misère" (Samson, Chorus) 8:40EUR 1,09  Acheter le titre 
10. Samson et Dalila: Act III, "Intermezzo" (Orchestra) 2:15EUR 1,09  Acheter le titre 
11. Samson et Dalila: Act III, "L'aube qui blanchit déjà les coteaux" (Chorus) 2:05EUR 1,09  Acheter le titre 
12. Samson et Dalila: Act III, "Bacchanale" (Orchestra) 6:42EUR 1,09  Acheter le titre 
13. Samson et Dalila: Act III, "Salut! Salut au juge d'Israël" (High Priest, Chorus, Samson, Dalila) 7:36EUR 1,09  Acheter le titre 
14. Samson et Dalila: Act III, "Gloire à Dagon vainqueur!" (High Priest, Dalila, Chorus, Samson) 7:58EUR 1,09  Acheter le titre 

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Vickers and Dominguez are spectacular 1 octobre 2004
Par L. E. Cantrell - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Source: Live Broadcast from Amsterdam for Netherlands Radio, February 29, 1964.

Sound: Quite good, considering that this is a live performance before an audience, certainly better than many Od'O offerings. The audience is well-disciplined and discloses itself only through a few discreetly muffled coughs and polite applause at the ends of acts.

Format: Disc 1, Act I, 10 tracks, 43:46. Disc 2, Acts II and III, 14 tracks, 75:35.

Documentation: No libretto. Short history of the opera. Brief summary of the plot, by act. Nothing on the cast, conductor or circumstances of the recording. Track list showing timings.

"Samson et Dalila" was originally conceived as an oratorio, but it was refashioned as an opera before its first performance. To some opera fans, that oratorio attachment is an indelible stain. Of all operas, this one is probably most criticized for its static nature. However, consider the plot. In Act I we find rebellion, murder and cries for revenge. Act II has conspiracy, seduction and betrayal. Into Act III is crammed despair, redemption, a ballet, a rollicking pagan religious service and, finally, triumphant annihilation. And, oh, yes, along the way is some of the most memorable music ever written for the mezzo voice. As Basil Fawlty might ask, what more do you want, herds of wildebeest racing across the plains with Krakatoa exploding in the distance?

Jon Vickers delivers a truly magnificent Samson on this recording. I was so impressed that I immediately played the classic 1946 version with Jose Luccioni and the later Domingo/Waltraud Meier versions for comparison. Luccioni combined commitment with a strong dramatic tenor voice. Vickers gave even more intensity in a vast out-welling of his darkly shaded voice. Domingo sings with a beautiful, full sound, but by comparison with his two predecessors he seems uncommitted, even bland.

Oralia Dominguez, the great Verdi mezzo, easily held her own with the blazing performance of Vickers. That led to comparisons with the Helene Bouvier of 1946, Waltraud Meier and the contemporary Olga Borodina. I would guess that Bouvier had the smallest voice among the four, best in the middle of her range, and showing distinct differences in coloration when pushed to the very top or bottom. For all that, she found her way fully into the character of Dalila and offered dramatic precision with each note. Domingues, with a bigger, fuller voice, was as effectively in character as Bouvier. Of the four, Domingues sounds the oldest, but by no means elderly. To my mind, Dalila is not in the first blossom of youth, but rather someone entirely more sophisticated and exotic. Dominguez works for me. Meier, also larger of voice than Bouvier and in better vocal control than either of her predecessors, sounds bland by comparison. Like the otherwise admirable Domingo, she seems one step away from Dalila, commenting on her, rather than being her. On her recital disc, Borodina shows control to equal Meier's and dramatic sensibilities midway between Meier and Dominguez. (Alas, I do not have a recording of Borodina's 2001 Dalila, when she all but blew me out of my seat at the San Francisco Opera.)

As a resident of Western Canada, I am no judge of French accents. Those whose judgment I trust inform me that neither Vickers nor Dominguez are exactly Parisian, nor are Domingo and Meier. Bouvier and Luccioni, on the other hand, are said to be dead-on perfect.

The third major principal of the Amsterdam broadcast was that French stalwart, Ernest Blanc, as the High Priest of Dagon. He is always good in everything, but never the best. Paul Cabanel, who was nearly sixty in 1946 and would be making recordings for at least another six years, simply overwhelms his competitors.

The rest of the Amsterdam cast are sound, workmanlike and forgettable.

The Amsterdam conductor, Jean Fournet, was a major figure in the French repertory in the years straddling World War II. Of the conductors of the three complete version I compared, he was the undisputed winner when dealing with the music for Samson's scenes, especially in Act I, where he emphasized the bumptious and rhythmic qualities of the orchestration. He was the only one of the three conductors to bring the final bars of the opera to a climactic thump commensurate with the collapse of a temple. As for the ballet music and the tauntingly jolly duet of Dalila and the High Priest in Act III, Louis Fourestier of 1946 is the one to hear. Myung-Whun Chung sounds--you guessed it--bland in comparison with either conductor.

I regard this recording as an unexpected gem and easily worth five stars.
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A Really Dynamic Duo 3 mai 2006
Par G. Dowling - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Mr. Cantrell's review is exhaustive and more than welcome in explaining the 5-star status of this recording. This opera (nee oratorio) has long left me lukewarm at best, if not downright bored. But based on the aforesaid review, I got a copy and now hear an almost new opera. The combination of Vickers and Dominguez is overwhelming -- many heads above their competition. These two were made for these roles and really sing the life into them. Everything else about the performance is first-rate, including the sound. At this ODO price, don't hesitate to get a copy and hear what "S&D" should sound like.
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get it for Fournet 16 avril 2010
Par Dabí Sánchez - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
From San Francisco:

Jean Fournet was a great conductor with an extraordinarily long career--extending from the dark days of the Nazi occupation of France to the mid-1990's. Perhaps unique among the conductors who have approached Saint-Saens's oratorio-opera, he manages to make the music vivid as well as dignified. The singers are excellent, but finally it's the musical pulse that counts--and this is Fournet's show. I was amazed by how short, and at the same time how ample, the piece sounded in his hands.

The sound, by the way, is superb--with one small hitch: on the first disc of this set, the editors have left sound-breaks between the tracks. This is (excuse the term) distracting, but not for long, because the basic sound-image has been rendered so beautifully. It's what I like to call "almost stereo," a sound you sometimes encounter in radio broadcasts of the 1960's--or in Soviet recordings, where the engineers, playing with technologies about a decade behind the West's, are trying to get the sound into two channels and not quite succeeding. In the case of Fournet's "Samson et Dalila," every aspect of the singing and orchestral playing is faithfully captured and put into the right perspective, so the ear is constantly ravished by the sounds of this masterpiece.
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A solid gold bargain from Opera d'Oro 10 mars 2008
Par Thomas F. Powers - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The three previous reviews have pretty well exhausted the opportunities for critical commentary. I would only add that I think the quibbling over opera/oratorio is silly. There are, after all, many other operas that could as easily be cited for that fault (if fault it is. Later in his career Handel several times adopted the oratorio form for what really were operas in order to hold down production costs: Semmele, Ariodante to name just two.)

I agree that Vickers is magnificent and Dominguez (A creature of the theater, not the recording studio) is a powerfully seductive and vengeful Dalilah.

Acceptable sound, decent supporting cast, ok orchestra, great French conductor and all for under a sawbuck! You could spend that much for lunch at Mickey D's and get indigestion and clogged arteries for your trouble. Buy it!!
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What a bargain! 21 septembre 2006
Par Ralph Moore - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
You can of course buy this recording in the special edition Opera d'Oro Grand Tier packaging, complete with a libretto, but that is much more expensive than this bargain set and could hardly improve upon its sound quality, which is clear and full, being a radio broadcast of a live concert performance before a fairly quiet and appreciative audience - just the odd bronchial interjection but not too much to complain about. Nor would I wish to part with my two alternative favourite versions: the magnificent modern recording with Cura and Borodina in top form, excitingly conducted by Colin Davis, and the classic 1946 set with Luccioni and Bouvier; a kind of benchmark for later versions of this neglected opera, which really needs to be brought alive by the most dramatic and characterful of singers if it is not to sound too much like an oratorio. Nonetheless, this is a great performance, well conducted by Fournet with not, perhaps, a top-flight orchestra at his command - hence the Bacchanale lacks a little in thrills and sparkle - and two famous singers, ably supported by the estimable Ernest Blanc and a capable Dutch cast. I don't think I have ever heard Vickers sound better; his inimitable tone, not to everyone's taste, is best heard in the more declamatory passages and he misses some of the anguished inwardness achieved by Jose Cura in the Davis set, but it's a great assumption of a favourite role, even better than the contemporary commercial recording with Rita Gorr and the same baritone. Dominguez is wonderful - just occasionally a litle hollow of tone in the middle of the voice but often thrilling, both in her cavernous lower register and on top; this was grand voice which held its own as a riveting Amneris alongside Callas' Aida in the famous 1951 Mexico City performance. It's a pleasure to hear a really French voice in Blanc's High Priest, even if he lacks the low notes. (Incidentally, to hear the Old Hebrew and the principal roles sung to perfection, turn to the legendary 1919 acoustic recording of the trio "Je viens celebrer la victoire" with Caruso, Homer and Journet - a dream cast, with Journet's sonorous bass underpinning the great melody and spanning that last arcing phrase with consummate authority.) There is so much lovely music in this opera, not least the three great arias for Dalila, here searingly delivered by Dominguez. You really cannot go wrong with this set; it's one of Opera d'Oro's best, hence their decision to re-issue it in the de luxe format. If you already have a libretto from another set and are cheap/poor/frugal (like me), this one will do nicely.
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