Arrigo Boito - Nerone (Opera négy felvonásban) album flac
|I. Felvonás / Act 1|
|A1||Sírbeszéd - Funeral Sermon|
|A2||Jelenet - Scene|
|A3||Ima - Prayer|
|B1||Fánuel Megkísértése - Temptation Of Phanuel|
|B2||Jelenet És Kórus - Scene And Chorus|
|II. Felvonás / Act 2|
|C1||A Szertartás - The Ceremony|
|C2||Jelenet - Scene|
|D1||A Templom Lerombolása - Destruction Of The Temple|
|III. Felvonás - Act 3|
|D2||Prédikáció - Sermon|
|D3||A virágfüzér - Garland Of Flowers|
|E1||Búcsú Rubriától - Farewell To Rubria|
|IV. Felvonás / Act 4|
|I. Rész / Part I|
|E2||Monológ - Monologue|
|F1||Monológ - Monologue (Continued)|
|II. Rész / Part II|
|F2||Jelenet - Scene|
|F3||Monológ - Monologue|
- Alto Vocals – Takács Tamara*
- Baritone Vocals – Korpás Ferenc*, Dene József*, Moldvay Jzsef*, Miller Lajos*, Kovács Pál*
- Bass Vocals – Gregor József*, Blazsó Sándor*
- Chorus – Magyar Rádió És Televízió Énekkara
- Chorus Master – Sapszon Ferenc*
- Composed By – Arrigo Boito
- Conductor – Eve Queler
- Design – György Hegedűs, György Pálfi
- Engineer – István Berényi
- Graphics – György Hegedűs, György Pálfi
- Mezzo-soprano Vocals – Takács Klára*
- Orchestra – Hungarian State Opera Orchestra (tracks: Magyar Állami Operaház Zenekara)
- Photography – György Hegedűs, János Huschit*, János Fábián
- Producer – Jenő Simon
- Soprano Vocals – Bócz Ágnes, Tokody Ilona*, Jánoki Judit, Takács Mária*, Zádori Mária*
- Tenor Vocals – Basky István*, B. Nagy János*, Korcsmáros Péter, Pálinkás Péter*
- Text By – Arrigo Boito
Notessung in italian
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: Artisjus
- Other (SPARS CODE): DDA
|HCD 12487-89-2||Arrigo Boito||Nerone (3xCD)||Hungaroton||HCD 12487-89-2||Hungary||1983|
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Nerone (Nero) is an opera in four acts composed by Arrigo Boito, to a libretto in Italian written by the composer. The work is a series of scenes from Imperial Rome at the time of Emperor Nero depicting tensions between the Imperial religion and Christianity, and ends with the Great Fire of Rome. Boito died in 1918 before finishing the work.
Composer: Arrigo Boito. A notte cupa' aria di Asteria - Nerone, atto I 'Sulla via Appia' Arrigo Boito (1842-1918). Maria Caniglia (Napoli 1905 - Roma 1979) soprano. Live, 26 gennaio 1953.
Arrigo Boito (Italian: ; 24 February 1842 – 10 June 1918) (whose original name was Enrico Giuseppe Giovanni Boito and who wrote essays under the anagrammatic pseudonym of Tobia Gorrio) was an Italian poet, journalist, novelist, librettist and composer, best known today for his libretti, especially those for Giuseppe Verdi's last two monumental operas Otello and Falstaff (not to mention Amilcare Ponchielli's operatic masterpiece La Gioconda) and his own opera Mefistofele.
Nerone by Arrigo Boito performed in Italian. Conductor NOT KNOWN - 1924(SE). Orchestra - ORCHESTRA. The DVD issued by House of Opera is listed in their online catalogue of New DVDs 22 January 2005. The recording is attributed here to Zagreb, but I have not been able to check whether Nerone was also performed there.
Born: Padua (Austrian Empire), 24 Feb. 1842. Died: Milan (Italy), 10 June 1918. 1868 Teatro alla Scala, Milan). 1924, Teatro alla Scala, Milan). The years given are those of the premieres. Amleto (Faccio; 1865). Un tramonto (G. Coronaro; 1873). La falce (A. Catalani; 1875). La Gioconda (A. Ponchielli; 1876). Semira (L. San Germano; never perf. Boïto also provided the text to Verdi's cantata Inno delle Nazioni (2. 1862, Her Majesty's Theatre, London). Portraits: Painting (JPEG; 17828). Engraving (GIF; 16008).
Arrigo Boito (1842-1918) struggled with "Nerone" over parts of five decades. He never finished it. He conceived the opera in true Grand Opera fashion with five acts. For the fifth act, only a few vague musical sketches were found, not enough for any posthumous reconstruction of what Boito had in mind. For the rest of the opera, Boito left enough for Toscanini to commission two composers, Tommasini and Smareglia, to cobble together the four act version that appears on this set. Toscanini conducted the premiere of this "Nerone" at La Scala in 1924.