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  • Acteurs : Ben Heppner, Jane Eaglen, Katarina Dalayman, Hans-Joachim Ketelsen, René Pape
  • Réalisateurs : Ben Heppner, Jane Eaglen, Katarina Dalayman, Hans-Joachim Ketelsen, René Pape
  • Format : AC-3, Classique, Dolby, DTS stéréo, DVD-Vidéo, Plein écran, NTSC, Sous-titré
  • Audio : Anglais
  • Sous-titres : Chinois, Anglais, Français, Allemand, Espagnol
  • Région : Toutes les régions
  • Rapport de forme : 1.33:1
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : Deutsche Grammophon
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 6 décembre 2004
  • Durée : 238 minutes
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 3.5 étoiles sur 5 2 commentaires client
  • ASIN: B0000CGV0P
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DVD 1 : actes 1 et 2 (158')
DVD 2 : acte 3 (80')

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Disponible en vidéo pour la 1ère fois, de grandes voix wagnériennes pour cet enregistrement datant de 1999.

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Format: DVD
C'est en 2001 que fut réalisée cette captation DVD au MET de New York. DG la publia en 2004, nous mettant ainsi face à un véritable cas de conscience. En effet, la plupart des interprètes sont ici de grande qualité sur le plan vocal : Ben Heppner (ténor canadien, "Heldentenor" wagnérien de premier plan, dans le rôle de Tristan) ; mais aussi - bien qu'un peu en retrait - Jane Eaglen (soprano dramatique anglaise, dans celui d'Isolde) ; sans oublier Hans-Joachim Ketelsen (incarnant Kurwenal) ; et Katarina Dalayman (Brangäne) ; etc. De même, la mise en scène et la direction d'acteur(s) sont globalement correctes, bien qu'un peu statiques parfois. Rien à redire vraiment non plus sur les décors, sobres, épurés même, souvent géométriques - voire abstraits -, jouant beaucoup sur les lumières. Sur ce plan, le "jour" - ennemi des amants maudits (Actes I et III) - est blanc ou légèrement bleuté ; et la "nuit" - leur refuge - vire au sombre puis au rouge (Acte II). Le directeur video n'était autre que le grand Brian Large ! Par moment, on pense un peu à Wieland Wagner et au "Neues Bayreuth". Tout ce qui précède explique le triomphe remporté ce jour-là au MET par James Levine et son équipe. Et pourtant, comment ne pas signaler le manque de crédibilité physique de Jane Eaglen dans le rôle d'Isolde (30 kg au moins de surpoids...), et même de Ben Heppner - dans notre société d'images...
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Si la mise en scène est pratiquement invisible, dans le genre ni bonne ni mauvaise on l'oublie. On a droit à un Mark d'exeption (René Pape) et à un magnifique Tristan.. En revanche Isolde.... Dans le genre sensuelle comme un parpaing elle se pose là et vocalement.. Sans ête méchant c'est vraiment pas ça. A ne prendre QUE pour le 3ème acte enfin en stoppant à la mort de Tristan.

Très bonne Brangaine et bon Kurwenal.

Direction de Levine toujours parfaite.
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HASH(0x9adf22ac) étoiles sur 5 A wonderful performance 8 juin 2004
Par Erik Aleksander Moe - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I was fortunate enough to see this production in October 2003 and it was staggering. Finally there were people who could sing this extremely demanding opera really well. This DVD confirmed my initial reaction. Ben Heppner and Jane Eaglen were fantastic as the two doomed lovers.
Jane Eaglen was exeptionally good as Isolde. Sensitive and powerful. Her curse at the end of the narrative was staggering. Ben Heppner was equally great as Tristan. He is everything you could want from a great Tristan. What I like the most about this is the way they perform together, making the duet the highlight. Heppner's performance in the extremely difficult third act was also done with flying colors. He seemed like to give his all, but never got tired.
The supported cast is also really good. Katarina Dalayman is very good as Brangane and Rene Pape was his usual great self. He was a bit young for the king, but it hardly mattered when hearing his interpretation. Hans-Joachim Ketelsen was also really good as Kurwenal.
The conducting of James Levine was slow, as usual, but not in a bad way, like on his Parsifal. He manages to keep the drama moving, making his orchestra play very senstivly supporting the great leads on stage very well.
The picture is very good, but it is not 16:9. All of the new DVDs from performances from the European opera houses, like La Scala, are photographed using the high definition format. But this doesn't matter at all, being such a fantastic production.
The sound is also really exceptional with both an uncompressed PCM track in addition to a DTS track.
With this performance it is clear that great Wagnerian singing is not dead. We will never have Flagstad or Melchior again, but these artists that are performing Wagnerian operas now are definitely adding to the great library of great performers and performances of these difficult operas. I very highly recommend this totally engaging performance and declare that great Wagnerian singing is most definitely not dead.
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HASH(0x9adf2300) étoiles sur 5 Mixed Feelings 30 janvier 2005
Par David Cady - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
I had the great pleasure of seeing this production at the Met on a night when Eaglen was, not surprisingly, out. Subbing for her (and making her Met debut!) was a svelte, dramatic woman named Sue Patchell, who sang beautifully and acted the role superbly. Heppner, always wonderful, rose to the occassion and matched her performance note for note, moment for moment. Patchell's ovation at the end was well-deserved and even Levine paid homage to her at the curtain call. I was hoping to recreate some of the excitement of that night with this DVD; I have mixed feelings about it. First of all, I think the production itself is fantastic. What's accomplished with the use of color, light (or lack thereof) and a few geometric shapes is truly remarkable. I know I'm going to get "unhelpful" votes, but I find the opera itself exceedingly dull in places, lacking the energy and drama of Wagner at his best (i.e. the Ring Cycle or "Meistersinger"). Thank goodness for something interesting to watch as the lovers go on and on (and on...) about love. A traditional set would have simply added to the tedium, which seemed more pronounced watching at home. And I think Eaglan's a big problem. It's not her size per se, but what she does (or doesn't do) with it. Deborah Voight, Stephanie Blythe and Jessye Norman are all large women, but they carry their weight with grace and a magnificent presence. Eaglan just seems...there, awkward, lumpish; she's just not enough of an actress to carry off the emotional turmoil of the character. Neither she nor Heppner sounds their best, and there's absolutely no chemistry between them. Heppner has nothing to work off of, so seems (atypically) to phone a lot of the performance in. (He's superb at the top of Act III...when Eaglan's offstage.) In supporting roles, Katarina Dalayman and Rene Pape are both superb. For me the production gets a 5, but this performance and the opera itself get 3s.
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HASH(0x9adf25dc) étoiles sur 5 Marvellous Achievement 15 février 2004
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Complaints! Complaints! Tristan and Isolde was not performed at the Met for 16 years until 1999 because they couldn't even find anyone at all who could sing Tristan & Isolde 'live' on stage. In the studio, it is possible for small-voiced singers to take on Isolde & Tristan. But on stage? Impossible. That's why it took 16 years for Ben & Jane to appear. And what do they get - some ignorant person bashing their performance. Fact is Tristan & Isolde are among the 2 toughest role in the entire operatic repertoire. Jane & Ben does a magnificent job. We have been pampered too much by Nilsson's Isolde when Nilsson was in her prime. It is not really fair to compare Eaglen with Birgit Nilsson. Nilsson is very unique - there's only Birgit Nilsson & that's it. Jane is no Nilsson but she does a great job in her own way. Similarly Ben is no Jon Vickers. But he has his strengths. Stop bashing this DVD - we are lucky that the Met decided to release this - so much the richer for having yet another Tristan to look and listen to.
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HASH(0x9adf293c) étoiles sur 5 Good bet! 23 novembre 2004
Par Gonzalo Tello - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
This roles are definitely hard to sing, and i found in heppner and eaglen two great performers. Ok, they probably are not better than Nilsson or VIckers, but...are they good? YES. Is this minimalistic production intense and persuasive? YES. I find a lot of things in this production that makes me approach to the wagnerian intention. We have to consider the whole thing together, The stage production, the lighting, the intention of the caracters. For me, all this considerations are satisfied. Heppner and Eaglen are exceptional, as well as the rest of the characters. The production is amazing, very well conceived, and surprising to see this on the MET, where the more traditional productions are usual.

This is my first Wagnerian DVD, and i highly recommend this one. If you dont need real ships or castles, but you are deep into the music, the lirics and the intensity. Is all that matter here.
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HASH(0x9adf2b1c) étoiles sur 5 Finally a good Tristan in DVD 3 mars 2004
Par Osvaldo Colarusso - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
It is amazing to Know that we have this fantastic DVD in Brazil since last January, and that in the States you must wait till March 9 . But don't worry. It worths the waiting. Not only the staging is very convincing , but also the musical result is fantastic. Heppenr is the best Tristan since Windgassen and Vickers. He is one authentic "Heldentenor" . All his sufferings in Act III are the most moving moments of this issue. Jane Eaglen has not exactly what we can say a " Physique du Role " for Isolde. But her singing is very beautiful, and Isolde is by far her best role . Rene Pape is the best Marke I ever heard. And Dalayman ( a fantastic Marie in Berg's Wozzeck) sings very well too. I never heard before Hans Joachin Ketelsen . He does a very good job as Kurwenal . The Metroplolitan Opera has now one of the best American Orchestras , by far , one of the best opera Orchestras in the world . They play the opera with enthusiasm , with lyricism , always with a veiled sound in the most intimate moments . The sonorities during the Love duet at ACT II are magic. Bravo Mr. Levine. For the first time, out of Bayreuth, we have a real complete Tristan. Even the traditional ( long) cut at the beginning of the Love scene was restored.
I think that this DVD has no concurrence: The DVD with Mehta has a very weak Tristan, The Video With Barenboin , in Bayreuth , shows one very doubtful solution for the final scene ( I really hate this Ponelle's solution). The only concurrence for the Met-DeutscheGrammophon DVD is the old Video( not easy to find) with Nilsson, Windgassen and Boulez, staged by Wieland Wagner , recorded in Japan in 1967 ( Black and White) . 32 years after we have another first rate version.
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