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Wilson: Gioachino Rossini – Sigismondo (24/48 FLAC)

Wilson: Gioachino Rossini - Sigismondo (24/48 FLAC)

Wilson: Gioachino Rossini – Sigismondo (24/48 FLAC)

Composer: Gioachino Rossini
Performer: Hera Hyesang Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks
Orchestra: Münchner Rundfunkorchester
Conductor: Keri-Lynn Wilson
Format: FLAC (tracks)
Label: BR Klassik
Release: 2019
Size: 1.54 GB
Recovery: +3%
Scan: yes

Aldimira – Hera Hyesang Park
Sigismondo – Marianna Pizzolato
Anagilda – Rachel Kelly
Ladislao – Kenneth Tarver
Radoski – Gavan Ring
Zenovito – Guido Loconsolo
Ulderico – Il Hong

Olga Watts
Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks
Yuval Weinberg, chorus master

Münchner Rundfunkorchester
Keri-Lynn Wilson, conductor

Sigismondo
Act I
01 Sinfonia
02 O prence misero
03 Né fia, german, che rieda
04 Non seguirmi… Omai t’invola
05 Signor, mentre t’adora – O dubbi miei!
06 O tranquillo soggiorno! – Oggetto amabile
07 Signora… Ah taci
08 Di caccia il suono – Al bosco! Alla caccia!
09 Lo sposo!… Il re!…
10 Che avvenne?
11 Giusto cielo m’aita!
12 Se un tradimento reo… – Un segreto è il mio tormento
13 Il re dov’è?
14 Tu l’opra tua seconda
15 Io dispor che costei
16 Perché obbedir disdegni?
17 Quale, o ciel, d’idee funeste

Act II
18 In segreto a che ci chiama?
19 Ah! Superato il bosco, o sorte avversa!
20 Viva Aldimira
21 Come attento Radoski
22 Come! – Tomba di morte e orrore
23 M’ingannaste, occhi miei?
24 Sognava contenti
25 Misero me! – Giusto ciel che i mali miei
26 Non tradirmi!
27 Alla partenza
28 Io rivedrò Aldimira?
29 Ecco, ecco, l’indegno!
30 Genitor… Deh vien!
31 Alma rea
32 E tu che per salvarlo
33 Qual felice amico giorno

The Italian composer Gioachino Rossini is best known for his operas. Many of their overtures and arias were catchy tunes at the time and have remained so to this day. Although it is Rossini’s comic operas that are primarily performed today, more than half of his stage works are in fact based on serious themes. One veritable rarity is the stage work “Sigismondo”, which premiered in 1814 at the famous Teatro La Fenice in Venice but was only ever rarely performed afterwards. Presumably, the story on which it was based had no appeal for the audience at that time, because musically, the work is hardly less impressive than the “Italian Girl in Algiers”, written during the previous year, or the “Barber of Seville”, which followed two years later. The subject of the opera is, however, based on a long tradition. Rossini shows his protagonist, the fictional King Sigismondo, in extreme states of mental distress. Confusion and insanity reveal inner feelings, and it is only delirium that finally brings the truth to light. This “madness opera” is highly topical, both in its subject matter and its musical language – after all, Rossini is among the top ten most-performed composers of our time. A concert performance of this little-known and unjustly neglected masterpiece was given at Munich’s Prinzregententheater on October 14, 2018 – in the original language, and by performers highly familiar with Rossini’s music, which seems so easy but is in fact extremely difficult to sing. This extraordinary opera event – a festival of singing that received tumultuous applause as well as great critical acclaim – is now being released on BR-KLASSIK as a live recording.

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