Sophie Boulin / Alexandra Papadjiakou - Carl Heinrich: Montezuma mp3 downloadPerformer: Sophie Boulin / Alexandra Papadjiakou
Title: Carl Heinrich: Montezuma
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Sophie Boulin / Alexandra Papadjiakou - Carl Heinrich: Montezuma mp3 download
From 1666 RUB. Montezuma tells the tragic story of the last ruler of the Aztecs, who lost his power and ultimately his life to the Spanish conquistadores
Carl Heinrich Graun: Montezuma on DVD (807280162998) from Naxos. Directed by Herbert Wernicke. Staring Karl-Ernst Mercker, Walton Gronroos, Barbara Vogel and Catherine Gayer.
Composer: Graun Carl Heinrich. Libretto: Friedrich II von Preussen. Venue & Opera Company: Markgräfliches Opernhaus Bareuth - Deutsche Oper Berlin. Type: Staged Opera Live. Singers: Alexandra Papadjiakou, Sophie Boulin, Gudrun Sieber, Catherine Gayer, Barbara Vodel, Walton Grönroos, Karl-Ernst Mercker. Conductor: Hans Hilsdorf. Orchestra: Orchester der Deutschen Oper Berlin.
Carl Heinrich Graun Montezuma 1982 Alexandra Papadjiakou. Gudrun Sieber, Catherine Gayer. Barbara Vogel Sylvia Greenberg Orchestra, Chorus and Ballet of the Deutsche Oper Berlin Conductor Heinrich Hollreiser Stage Director Götz Friedrich. Aribert Reimann Die Gespenstersonate 1984 Hans Günter Nöcker.
Carl Heinrich Graun was no Mozart and his ''Montezuma'' is certainly no ''Idomeneo,'' but a new production of Graun's opera seria at the Spoleto Festival . periodically reveals pages of unexpected power. Opening night apparently did not go well, even in the opinion of Gian Carlo Menotti, the festival's founder and artistic director, but the performance I attended on Wednesday evening often leaped to life, thanks to some technically fluent, ardent singing by the mostly young cast. The Greek mezzo-soprano Alexandra Papadjiakou made a noble and dignified Montezuma. One of the most affecting and technically supple performances was that of Antonia Elisabeth Brown as the Aztec general Pilpatoe, though Penelope Lusi as Erissena easily carried off her one aria (with Frederick as accompanist).
Profile: Classical soprano vocalist.
Carl Heinrich Graun was a German 18th century composer who wrote no less than 36 operas, none of which have been performed in recent years. Montezuma is one of the late operas he wrote as Kapellmeister at the Prussian Court of Frederick II or Frederick the Great, an enlightened (or what counted as enlightened at the time) monarch who wrote the libretto of this opera, presented as the clash between the goodness of "savage" and the barbarity of "civilized". Many among the singers were Mexican and of truly poor quality. Here the "low budget" concept strikes again. The best known cast member was countertenor Flavio Oliver, who played the role of Emperor Montezuma. He was also the best singer on stage, which given the average quality isn’t saying much. For one, his high register is none too attractive, which can hamper a countertenor.
Composer: Carl Heinrich Graun. Orchestra: Orchestra and Chorus of the Deutsche Oper Berlin. Artists: Alexandra Papadjiakou, Gudrun Sieber, Catherine Gayer, Barbara Vogel, Walton Grönroos. Production year: 1983. Director: Stage Director: Herbert Wernicke.
Carl Heinrich Bloch (May 23, 1834 - February 22, 1890) was a Danish painter. He was born in Copenhagen, Denmark and studied with Wilhelm Marstrand at the Royal Danish Academy of Art (Det Kongelige Danske Kunstakademi) there. Bloch's parents wanted their son to enter a respectable profession - an officer in the Navy. This, however, was not what Carl wanted. His only interest was drawing and painting, and he was consumed by the idea of becoming an artist
CreditsSophie Boulin - Primary Artist
Alexandra Papadjiakou - Primary Artist