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La Gioconda

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  • Compositeur: Amilcare Ponchielli
  • CD (15 novembre 2000)
  • Nombre de disques: 3
  • Label: Naxos
  • ASIN : B000050X9U
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. Act I - prelude
  2. Act I - feste! pane! feste!
  3. Act I - e cantan su lor tombe!
  4. Act I - l ora non giunse ancor
  5. Act I - voce di donna
  6. Act I - enzo grimaldo, principe di santafior
  7. Act I - maledici? sta ben
  8. Act I - o monumento!
  9. Act I - carneval! baccana!

Disque : 2

  1. Act II - ho! he! ho! he! fissa il timone!
  2. Act II - pescator, affonda, l esca
  3. Act II - sia gloria ai canti dei naviganti!
  4. Act II - cielo e mar!
  5. Act II - ma chi vien?
  6. Act II - laggiu fra le nebbie remote
  7. Act II - stella del marinar!
  8. Act II - e un anatema!
  9. Act II - il mio braccio t afferra!
  10. Act III - si, morir ella de?
  11. Act III - la turbini e farnetichi
  12. Act III - qui chiamata m avete?
  13. Act III - la gaia canzone fa l éco languir
  14. Act III - benvenuti, messeri!
  15. Act III - grazie VI rendo
  16. Act III - dance of the hours
  17. Act III - vieni! lasciami! ohime!

Disque : 3

  1. Act IV - preludio nessun V ha visto?
  2. Act IV - suicidio!
  3. Act IV - ecco il velen di laura
  4. Act IV - ah, il cor mi si ravviva
  5. Act IV - ora posso morir
  6. Act IV - cosi mantieni il patto?
  7. Selva opaca
  8. Casta diva
  9. Mira o norma... si fin all ore
  10. Come e bello, quale incanto
  11. M odi,ah! m odi
  12. Te, vergin santainvoco
  13. O madre, dal cielo...
  14. Fa che a me venga... d aquel di che t ho veduta
  15. Madre pietosa vergine
  16. La vergine degli angeli

Descriptions du produit

La Gioconda Arangi-Lombardi, Stignani, Rota, Granda, Coro e Orchestra del Teatro alla Scala

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Amazon.com: 4.5 étoiles sur 5 4 commentaires
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 A classic first recording of a great opera 9 janvier 2009
Par Ralph Moore - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
As a dévoté of this neglected opera and the owner of half a dozen recordings of it, I am grateful to longtime Amazon reviewer Larry Cantrell for recommending this one to me. This is a milestone first recording of one of the most tuneful, satisfying and exciting operas I know and it features in the title rôle a great singer who should be better known to modern collectors. Giannina Arangi-Lombardi (teacher of Leyla Gencer) had one of the most beautiful voices of all time: a rich, velvety lower register (she retrained from mezzo) and sonorous top notes. She was a classically elegant singer, sometimes a tad placid but unfailingly musical. There is bell-like clarity to her sound without a hint of shrillness and the selection of arias in the recital following the opera is alone worth the modest price of the three discs. Her one fault is that she occasionally sings flat (especially in the "Casta diva") but she has so many virtues, including a perfect trill. The arias from "Lucrezia Borgia" are a particularly valuable example of bel canto. It is also a pleasure to hear the great Ebe Stignani early in her long career, both as a spirited Laura and in the "Norma" duet" recorded in 1927, when she was only 24.

Despite her giving this set five stars, the previous reviewer is, I think, a little harsh in her verdict on the male singers: if we had today a tenor and baritone of the incisiveness and calibre of, respectively, Alessandro Granda and Gaetano Viviano we would be celebrating. Granda succumbs too often to the "Gigli gulp" but is otherwise extraordinarily capable, often sounding like Jan Peerce. Despite the prominence of his fast vibrato and the occasional uninspired patch of singing, the now forgotten Viviano creates a really vivid character of Barnaba, who emerges as Iago's equally nasty cousin - just as he should. He has that vibrancy peculiar to baritones of the era such as Amato, Ruffo, Stracciari et al. The Alvise, Cieca and supporting cast are ordinary, but that matters little.

The orchestral playing, choral singing and conducting are of a much higher standard standard than one might expect; Lorenzo Molajoli (whoever he was - and there is some conjecture that he was really a better known conductor recording under a sobriquet to avoid violating contractual obligations, though others deny this) knows exactly how this opera should go and the performance is suitably impassioned.

The sound is remarkably good for its age. Ward Marston has reamastered the opera from 38 78's which were obviously in pristine condition. He has retained some of the surface hiss, obviously, as to do otherwise would remove too many upper frequencies and overtones, and he has added some discreet ambience to produce an eminently listenable set. I give it four stars rather than five only to reflect the fact that this could not be a primary recommendation for a first-time listener when there are so many excellent modern sets available in stereo (see, for example, my review of the Gardelli version) - but it is a wonderful supplement for someone already familiar with the opera or for the many "canary-fanciers" out there.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great Singing in a Performance from a Bygone Era 8 novembre 2013
Par Philip Chase - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
The recording dates from 1931 but the performance belies its age. From 1931 to 1952, this was the only commercial studio set of "La Gioconda" and conducted by Lorenzo Molajoli with the sublime Arangi-Lombardi in the lead role this remastering by Ward Marston is enjoyable and a fine example of Italian performance style which seems to have vanished today. Arangi-Lombardi may not be the most dramatic singer you've ever heard but her "Gioconda" is a beautiful listening experience. Highly recommended!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 One for the Books! 30 avril 2015
Par Shlomo S. Hoffert - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
All the singers are in top form. The performance is as good as it can get. Any one wishing to hear all-out singing would do well to purchase this outstanding recording. Viviani's Barnaba is brilliant. He is vocally and interpretively the best I've heard anywhere. The conducting is crisp, energetic and brings out the beautiful qualities of the score. If I had one recording of the opera only, this would be it.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Bravi! 2 août 2015
Par Henry Raymont - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Another gloriously emotional performance sung by great voices.........that's what one called 'the great old days' in lyrical productions.

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