Szokolay, García Lorca, Illyés Gyula - Vérnász - Blood Wedding album flac
- Album: Vérnász - Blood Wedding
- FLAC: 1892 mb | MP3: 1774 mb
- Country: Hungary
- Style: Opera
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|A||Act One, Scenes 1-2|
|B1||Act One, Scene 3|
|B2||Act Two, Scene 1|
|C1||Act Two, Scene 2|
|C2||Act Three, Scene 1|
|D1||Act Three, Scene 1 (Cont.)|
- Alto Vocals – Erzsébet Komlóssy, Anita Szabó*, Zsuzsa Barlay
- Baritone Vocals – András Faragó, Lajos Katona*, Gábor Kerekes*, László Nagypál*
- Bass Vocals – József Bódy*, Endre Várhely*
- Chorus – Children's Chorus Of The Hungarian Radio And Television*, Chorus Of The Hungarian State Opera House*
- Chorus Master – László Csányi*, László Pless*
- Composed By – Szokolay Sándor*
- Conductor – András Kórodi
- Libretto By – Federico García Lorca
- Mezzo-soprano Vocals – Eszter Kovács
- Orchestra – Orchestra Of The Hungarian State Opera House*
- Soprano Vocals – Erzsébet Házy*, Stefánia Moldován*, Irén Szecsödy*, Margit Szilvássy*, Éva Andor
- Tenor Vocals – Ferenc Szőnyi, Sándor Palcsó
- Translated By – Illyés Gyula
Notes60-page booklet with libretto in hungarian and french. Also texts in german, english and russian.
Title Vérnász also given in english, french, german and russian: Blood Wedding, Noces De Sang, Bluthochzeit, кровавая свадьъа.
|SLPX 1262-63||Sándor Szokolay||Vérnász = Blood Wedding (2xLP + Box)||Qualiton||SLPX 1262-63||Hungary||1966|
Hungarian composer Szokolay Sándor's opera: Vérnász (Blood Wedding) Based on Frederico Garcia Lorca's tragedy.
Blood Wedding (Spanish: Bodas de sangre) is a tragedy by Spanish dramatist Federico García Lorca. It was written in 1932 and first performed at Teatro Beatriz in Madrid in March 1933, then later that year in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Theatre critics often group Blood Wedding with Lorca's Yerma and The House of Bernarda Alba as the "rural trilogy".
Born: 2 November 1902, Sárszentlőrinc-Felsőrácegrespuszta, Hungary. Died: 15 April 1983, Budapest, Hungary. Szokolay, García Lorca, Illyés Gyula - Vérnász - Blood Wedding (2xLP + Box).
Sándor Szokolay: Blood Wedding. Libretto Translation. Federico García Lorca.
A Act One, Scenes 1-2 B1 Act One, Scene 3 B2 Act Two, Scene 1 C1 Act Two, Scene 2 C2 Act Three, Scene 1 D1 Act Three, Scene 1 (Cont. Alto Vocals – Erzsébet Komlóssy, Anita Szabó, Zsuzsa Barlay Baritone Vocals – András Faragó, Lajos Katona, Gábor Kerekes, László Nagypál Bass Vocals – József Bódy, Endre Várhely Chorus – Children's Chorus Of The Hungarian Radio And Television, Chorus Of The Hungarian State Opera House Chorus Master – László Csányi, László Pless Composed By – Szokolay Sándor Conductor – András Kórodi Libretto By – Federico García Lorca Mezzo-soprano Vocals – Eszter.
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Travelling to Buenos Aires in 1933 to give lectures and direct the Argentine premiere of Blood Wedding, García Lorca spoke of his distilled theories on artistic creation and performance in the famous lecture Play and Theory of the Duende . In 1964 Sándor Szokolay adapted Lorca's play Blood Wedding into an opera, Vérnász, first produced in Budapest. Wolfgang Fortner also wrote an operatic adaptation of Blood Wedding using a German translation by Enrique Beck, Die Bluthochzeit (1957). American experimental folk-jazz musician Tim Buckley released an album called Lorca which included a song of the same name.
Blood Wedding: Blood Wedding, folk tragedy in three acts by Federico García Lorca, published and produced in 1933 as Bodas de sangre. Blood Wedding is the first play in Lorca’s dramatic trilogy; the other two plays are Yerma and The House of Bernarda Alba. The protagonists of Blood Wedding are ordinary women. Be on the lookout for your Britannica newsletter to get trusted stories delivered right to your inbox. More About Blood Wedding. 3 references found in Britannica articles. discussed in biography. In Federico García Lorca. In Federico García Lorca: Later poetry and plays.
Translated By – Illyés Gyula. Album Title: Vérnász - Blood Wedding. Label: Qualiton – SLPX 1262 - 63 Type: 2 x Vinyl, LP, Stereo Box Set Country: Hungary Date of released: 1966 Category: Classical Style: Opera. Free Download Sándor Szokolay - Vérnász - Blood Wedding.
Federico García Lorca. Portrait of Frederico Garcia Lorca when he was 20 in 1919, Spain. Photo by: Photo12/UIG via Getty Images. Born near Granada in Fuente Vaqueros, Spain, to a prosperous farm owner and a pianist, prominent 20th-century Spanish poet and dramatist Federico García Lorca studied law at at the University of Granada before relocating to Madrid in 1919 to focus on his writing. In Madrid he joined a group of avant-garde artists that included Salvador Dali and Luis Buñuel. When he returned to Spain he co-founded La Barraca, a traveling theater company that performed both Spanish classics and Lorca’s original plays, including the well-known Blood Wedding (1933), in small town squares.