The Mozartists & Ian Page – 阿恩: 歌剧《亚达薛西》(2021) [24bit 192khz FLAC]

The Mozartists & Ian Page – 阿恩: 歌剧《亚达薛西》(2021) [24bit 192khz FLAC]

HiRes专辑名称:The Mozartists & Ian Page – Arne: Artaxerxes
音乐格式:FLAC
音乐流派:CLASSICAL古典
发行年代:2021
音乐分辨率:24bit – 192khz 
唱片公司:Signum Classics
音源:https://www.qobuz.com/ie-en/album/arne-artaxerxes-the-mozartists/zeggyzx2gkioc

专辑简介:
作为一位与伦敦考文特花园密不可分的作曲家,托马斯·阿恩(Thomas Arne)最伟大的歌剧《亚达薛西(Artaxerxes)》于1762年2月2日在皇家剧院(皇家歌剧院的前身)首演,并一直在考文特花园的剧目中演出。直到19世纪30年代末,该剧在那里共有111场演出记录。年轻的莫扎特在1760年代中期来到伦敦时,参加了其中一场演出;此外,海顿非常熟悉这部作品,他热情地赞叹道:“竟然不知道我们有这样的一部英语歌剧!”在这里,英国指挥家伊恩·佩奇(Ian Page)带领他的莫扎特主义者(The Mozartists)乐队,携手歌剧歌唱家Caitlin Hulcup、Christopher Ainslie、Andrew Staples、Elizabeth Watts、Daniel Norman和Rebecca Bottone,共同演绎。

作曲家简介:托马斯·阿恩(Thomas Arne,1710-78)是一位英国作曲家,也是18世纪英国剧院作曲家的代表。他出生于伦敦,家境富裕,早年在伊顿公学学习,不久开始迷恋上音乐。虽然父亲希望他成为一名律师,但是在阿恩的坚持下父亲最终同意他走音乐的道路。1733年起,阿恩开始创作舞台作品,主要在德鲁里巷和科文特花园的剧院工作。他是共济会的成员,由于天主教的信仰,所以没有为英国教堂创作作品。1778年,他在伦敦去世。阿恩因创作了爱国歌曲《统治吧,不列颠尼亚》而出名,但他的许多作品因1808年皇家歌剧院的大火而轶失。

指挥家简介:伊恩·佩奇(Ian Page),英国指挥家,是莫扎特主义者(The Mozartists)的创始人和艺术总监。佩奇曾在约克大学学习英国文学,随后进入伦敦皇家音乐学院学习钢琴和指挥,并在格林德堡节日歌剧院(Glyndebourne Festival Opera)、皇家歌剧院,苏格兰歌剧院和英国国家歌剧院工作,备受好评。


艺术家简介:莫扎特主义者(The Mozartists)乐队在指挥兼艺术总监伊恩·佩奇(Ian Page)的有力领导下,现已成为莫扎特及其同时代音乐家的主要表现者。该乐团原名为“古典歌剧”,成立于1997年,因其时尚和精湛的时代乐器管弦乐队、富有想象力的创新节目及培养和发展世界级年轻艺术家的能力而获得广泛的国际赞誉。他们以对知名杰作的新鲜和有洞察力的诠释,以及将罕见和被忽视的作品展现出来的能力而闻名,已经上演了许多莫扎特的歌剧作品。2015年,莫扎特主义者推出了《莫扎特250》,这是一个具有突破性的27年项目,探索了莫扎特的生活、作品和影响的时间轨迹,被评论家描述为“有史以来最大胆的古典音乐计划”。

Hi-Res无损音乐专辑曲目:
Act 1
01 – Overture (Poco piu che andante – Larghetto – Gavotta) (00:05:11)
02 – Recitative. “still silence reigns around” (Mandane, Arbaces) (00:00:29)
03 – No. 1, Duettino “fair Aurora, prithee stay” (Mandane, Arbaces) (00:02:16)
04 – Recitative. “alas, thou know’st That for my love to thee” (Arbaces, Mandane) (00:01:13)
05 – No. 2, Air. “adieu thou lovely youth” (Mandane) (00:03:21)
06 – Recitative. “o cruel parting! How can I survive” (Arbaces, Artabanes) (00:00:57)
07 – No. 3, Air. “amid a thousand racking woes” (Arbaces) (00:04:38)
08 – Recitative. “be firm, my heart” (Artabanes, Artaxerxes) (00:01:26)
09 – No. 4, Air. “behold, on Lethe’s dismal strand” (Artabanes) (00:03:36)
10 – Recitative. “stay, Artaxerxes, stay” (Semira, Artaxerxes) (00:00:29)
11 – No. 5, Air. “fair Semira, lovely maid” (Artaxerxes) (00:03:26)
12 – Recitative. “i fear some dread disaster” (Semira, Rimenes) (00:01:29)
13 – No. 6, Air. “when real joy we miss” (Rimenes) (00:01:59)
14 – Recitative. “ye Gods, protectors of the Persian Empire” (Semira) (00:00:36)
15 – No. 7, Air. “how hard Is the fate” (Semira) (00:04:01)
16 – Recitative. “whither do I fly” (Tutti) (00:03:23)
17 – No. 8, Air. “thy father! Away, I renounce the soft claim” (Artabanes) (00:01:23)
18 – Recitative. “ye cruel Gods, what crime have I committed” (Arbaces) (00:00:14)
19 – No. 9, Air. “acquit thee of This foul offence” (Semira) (00:01:27)
20 – Recitative. “appearance, I must own, Is strong against me” (Arbaces, Artaxerxes, Rimenes, Mandane) (00:00:48)
21 – No. 10, Air. “o too lovely, too unkind” (Arbaces) (00:04:24)
22 – Accompanied recitative “dear and beloved shade” (Mandane) (00:00:48)
Act 2
23 – No. 11, Air. “fly, soft ideas, fly” (Mandane) (00:05:03)
24 – Recitative. “guards, speed ye to the tower” (Artaxerxes, Artabanes) (00:00:38)
25 – No. 12, Air. “in infancy, our hopes and fears” (Artaxerxes) (00:02:12)
26 – Recitative. “so far my great resolve succeeds” (Artabanes, Arbaces) (00:01:28)
27 – No. 13, Air. “disdainful you fly me” (Arbaces) (00:02:46)
28 – Recitative. “why, my dear friend, so pensive” (Rimenes, Artabanes, Semira) (00:02:05)
29 – No. 14, Air. “to sigh and complain” (Rimenes) (00:01:51)
30 – Recitative. “how many links to dire misfortune’s chain” (Semira, Mandane) (00:01:12)
31 – No. 15, Air. “If o’er the cruel tyrant love” (Mandane) (00:03:00)
32 – Recitative. “which fatal evil shall I first oppose” (Semira) (00:00:30)
33 – No. 16, Air. “If the river’s swelling waves” (Semira) (00:02:34)
34 – Recitative. “ye solid pillars of the Persian Empire” (Tutti) (00:05:00)
35 – No. 17, Air. “by That belov’d embrace” (Arbaces) (00:03:31)
36 – Recitative. “ah me, at poor Arbaces’ parting” (Mandane, Artabanes) (00:00:46)
37 – No. 18, Air. “monster, away” (Mandane) (00:02:36)
38 – Recitative. “see, lov’d Semira” (Artaxerxes, Semira, Artabanes) (00:01:02)
39 – Accompanied recitative “at last my soul has room” (Artabanes) (00:00:37)
40 – No. 19, Air. “thou like the glorious sun” (Artabanes) (00:05:03)
Act 3
41 – No. 20, Air. “why Is death for ever late” (Arbaces) (00:02:57)
42 – Recitative. “arbaces! Gracious Heav’n” (Artaxerxes, Arbaces) (00:01:13)
43 – No. 21, Air. “water parted from the sea” (Arbaces) (00:02:19)
44 – Recitative. “That face, secure in conscious innocence” (Artaxerxes) (00:00:25)
45 – No. 22, Air. “though oft a cloud with envious shade” (Artaxerxes) (00:03:38)
46 – Recitative. “my son, Arbaces… Where art thou retir’d” (Artabanes, Rimenes) (00:01:52)
47 – No. 23, Air. “o let the danger of a son” (Rimenes) (00:02:15)
48 – Accompanied recitative “ye adverse Gods!” (Artabanes) (00:00:41)
49 – No. 24, Air. “o, much lov’d son, If death” (Artabanes) (00:05:15)
50 – Recitative. “perhaps the King releas’d Arbaces” (Mandane, Semira) (00:01:34)
51 – No. 25, Air. “let not rage, thy bosom firing” (Mandane) (00:04:24)
52 – Recitative. “what have I done Alas, I vainly thought” (Semira) (00:00:24)
53 – No. 26, Air. “’tis not true That in our grief” (Semira) (00:04:08)
54 – Recitative. “nor here my searching eyes” (Arbaces, Mandane) (00:01:20)
55 – No. 27, Duetto. “for thee I live, my dearest” (Arbaces, Mandane) (00:03:37)
56 – Recitative. “to you my people, much belov’d” (Artaxerxes, Artabanes, Semira, Mandane) (00:02:20)
57 – No. 28, Air. “the soldier, tir’d of war’s alarms” (Mandane) (00:03:33)
58 – Recitative. “behold, my King, Arbaces at thy feet” (Arbaces, Artaxerxes, Mandane, Artabanes) (00:02:25)
59 – No. 29, Finale. “live to us, to Empire live” (Semira, Mandane, Arbaces, Artaxerxes, Artabanes) (00:03:28)

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