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Handel: Ezio [Box set]

Karina Gauvin, Alan Curtis Audio CD
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  • Audio CD (2 April 2009)
  • SPARS Code: DDD
  • Number of Discs: 3
  • Format: Box set
  • Label: Decca (UMO)
  • ASIN: B001QBXFS6
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
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Song TitleArtist Time Price
Listen  1. Ezio (Or Aetius), 1732 - OvertureAlan Curtis 3:190.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  2. Ezio (Or Aetius), 1732/Act 1 - La MarcheAlan Curtis 1:280.39  Buy MP3 
Listen  3. Ezio (Or Aetius), 1732/Act 1 - Signor, VincemoAlan Curtis0:570.39  Buy MP3 
Listen  4. Ezio (Or Aetius), 1732/Act 1 - Se Tu La Reggi Al VoloAlan Curtis 5:290.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  5. Ezio (Or Aetius), 1732/Act 1 - Lascia, Ch'al Sen Ti StringaAnicio Zorzi Giustiniani 2:200.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  6. Ezio (Or Aetius), 1732/Act 1 - Pensa A Serbarmi, O CaraAlan Curtis 3:510.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  7. Ezio (Or Aetius), 1732/Act 1 - Tempo, O GenitoreAnicio Zorzi Giustiniani 2:030.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  8. Ezio (Or Aetius), 1732/Act 1 - Caro Padre, A Me Non DiAlan Curtis 5:340.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  9. Ezio (Or Aetius), 1732/Act 1 - Un Oltraggiato AmoreAnicio Zorzi Giustiniani0:450.39  Buy MP3 
Listen10. Ezio (Or Aetius), 1732/Act 1 - Il Nocchier Che Si FiguraAnicio Zorzi Giustiniani 3:520.79  Buy MP3 
Listen11. Ezio (Or Aetius), 1732/Act 1 - Del Vincitor Ti ChiedoMarianne Andersen 1:170.39  Buy MP3 
Listen12. Ezio (Or Aetius), 1732/Act 1 - Quanto Mai Felici SieteMarianne Andersen 5:180.79  Buy MP3 
Listen13. Ezio (Or Aetius), 1732/Act 1 - Perch Tanto TormentoAlan Curtis0:160.39  Buy MP3 
Listen14. Ezio (Or Aetius), 1732/Act 1 - Se Un Bell'ardireAlan Curtis 2:450.79  Buy MP3 
Listen15. Ezio (Or Aetius), 1732/Act 1 - Ol, Ezio Qui Venga!Anicio Zorzi Giustiniani0:240.39  Buy MP3 
Listen16. Ezio (Or Aetius), 1732/Act 1 - Se Povero Il RuscelloAnicio Zorzi Giustiniani 6:360.79  Buy MP3 
Listen17. Ezio (Or Aetius), 1732/Act 1 - Signor! Duce, Un MomentoAlan Curtis 2:320.79  Buy MP3 
Listen18. Ezio (Or Aetius), 1732/Act 1 - So Chi T'acceseAlan Curtis 3:310.79  Buy MP3 
Listen19. Ezio (Or Aetius), 1732/Act 1 - Ezio, Ti Leggo In Volto - Ezio, Volle Il GermanoMarianne Andersen 1:330.39  Buy MP3 
Listen20. Ezio (Or Aetius), 1732/Act 1 - Se Fedele Mi BramaAlan Curtis 3:450.79  Buy MP3 
Listen21. Ezio (Or Aetius), 1732/Act 1 - A Cesare Nascondi - Via! Per Mio Danno AdunaMarianne Andersen 1:270.39  Buy MP3 
Listen22. Ezio (Or Aetius), 1732/Act 1 - Finch Un Zeffiro SoaveAlan Curtis 8:450.79  Buy MP3 


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Listen  1. Ezio (Or Aetius), 1732/Act 2 - SinfoniaAlan Curtis 1:170.39  Buy MP3 
Listen  2. Ezio (Or Aetius), 1732/Act 2 - Qual Silenzio Mai Questo! - Ognia Via Custodieta - Cesare, InvanoAnicio Zorzi Giustiniani 3:390.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  3. Ezio (Or Aetius), 1732/Act 2 - Vi Fida Lo SposoAlan Curtis 5:070.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  4. Ezio (Or Aetius), 1732/Act 2 - E Puoi D'un Tuo DelittoAnicio Zorzi Giustiniani 1:150.39  Buy MP3 
Listen  5. Ezio (Or Aetius), 1732/Act 2 - Va Dal Furor PortataAnicio Zorzi Giustiniani 3:420.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  6. Ezio (Or Aetius), 1732/Act 2 - Che Fo? Dove Mi Volgo - Cesare A Te M'inviaAlan Curtis 3:080.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  7. Ezio (Or Aetius), 1732/Act 2 - Recagli Quell'acciaroAlan Curtis 4:160.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  8. Ezio (Or Aetius), 1732/Act 2 - Varo, Se Amasti MaiAlan Curtis 1:060.39  Buy MP3 
Listen  9. Ezio (Or Aetius), 1732/Act 2 - Quel Finger AffettiAlan Curtis 7:500.79  Buy MP3 
Listen10. Ezio (Or Aetius), 1732/Act 2 - Folle ColuiAlan Curtis0:370.39  Buy MP3 
Listen11. Ezio (Or Aetius), 1732/Act 2 - Nasce Al BoscoAlan Curtis 5:380.79  Buy MP3 
Listen12. Ezio (Or Aetius), 1732/Act 2 - Massimo, Anch'io Lo Veggo - Onoria, Non Partir!Marianne Andersen 1:480.39  Buy MP3 
Listen13. Ezio (Or Aetius), 1732/Act 2 - Finch Per Te Mi PalpitaMarianne Andersen 4:040.79  Buy MP3 
Listen14. Ezio (Or Aetius), 1732/Act 2 - Ol! Qui Si Conduca - Stelle! Che Miro?Anicio Zorzi Giustiniani 3:380.79  Buy MP3 
Listen15. Ezio (Or Aetius), 1732/Act 2 - La Mia CostanzaAlan Curtis 6:060.79  Buy MP3 
Listen16. Ezio (Or Aetius), 1732/Act 2 - Ah! Ingrata! - Chi Di Me Pi Felice?Anicio Zorzi Giustiniani0:500.39  Buy MP3 
Listen17. Ezio (Or Aetius), 1732/Act 2 - Ecco Alle Mie CateneAlan Curtis 7:000.79  Buy MP3 


Disc 3:

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Song TitleArtist Time Price
Listen  1. Ezio (Or Aetius), 1732/Act 3 - SinfoniaAlan Curtis 1:350.39  Buy MP3 
Listen  2. Ezio (Or Aetius), 1732/Act 3 - Ezio Qui VengaMarianne Andersen 2:130.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  3. Ezio (Or Aetius), 1732/Act 3 - Guarda Pria Se In Questa FronteAlan Curtis 5:530.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  4. Ezio (Or Aetius), 1732/Act 3 - Eh Ben, Da Quel SuperboMarianne Andersen 1:330.39  Buy MP3 
Listen  5. Ezio (Or Aetius), 1732/Act 3 - Peni Tu Per Un 'IngrataMarianne Andersen 3:530.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  6. Ezio (Or Aetius), 1732/Act 3 - Ol! Varo Si Chiami! - Signor, Tutto Sedai - Ezio Qui Tra Di Noi - Vedi Qual Dono!Anicio Zorzi Giustiniani 2:550.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  7. Ezio (Or Aetius), 1732/Act 3 - Se La Mia VitaAlan Curtis 9:300.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  8. Ezio (Or Aetius), 1732/Act 3 - Che Mai Sar? - Esequito Il Tuo Cenno - Liete Novelle - Massimo, Di ScolpartiMarianne Andersen 3:080.79  Buy MP3 
Listen  9. Ezio (Or Aetius), 1732/Act 3 - Per Tutto Il TimoreAlan Curtis 3:450.79  Buy MP3 
Listen10. Ezio (Or Aetius), 1732/Act 3 - Cara Figlia, Per Te VivoAnicio Zorzi Giustiniani 1:020.39  Buy MP3 
Listen11. Ezio (Or Aetius), 1732/Act 3 - Tergi L'ingiuste LagrimeAnicio Zorzi Giustiniani 3:420.79  Buy MP3 
Listen12. Ezio (Or Aetius), 1732/Act 3 - Misera, Dove Son?Alan Curtis0:550.39  Buy MP3 
Listen13. Ezio (Or Aetius), 1732/Act 3 - Ah! Non Son Io Che ParloAlan Curtis 5:400.79  Buy MP3 
Listen14. Ezio (Or Aetius), 1732/Act 3 - Inorridisci, O RomaAnicio Zorzi Giustiniani0:500.39  Buy MP3 
Listen15. Ezio (Or Aetius), 1732/Act 3 - Gi Risonar DintornoAlan Curtis 5:270.79  Buy MP3 
Listen16. Ezio (Or Aetius), 1732/Act 3 - Ah Traditori!Marianne Andersen 1:210.39  Buy MP3 
Listen17. Ezio (Or Aetius), 1732/Act 3 - Stringo Alfine - Sulle Sponde - Cangia Sorte - Un Gran Cor Non D RicettoMarianne Andersen 3:120.79  Buy MP3 
Listen18. Ezio (Or Aetius), 1732/Act 3 - Pi Bella Quella FedeMarianne Andersen 1:010.39  Buy MP3 


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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars At Long Last! 16 May 2009
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I have the only other commercial recording of EZIO on the Vox label. This runs for 127 minutes, & includes two Organ Concerti. Despite its claim to be complete, it is heavily cut; this is clear from the fact that the new recording runs for 186 minutes, &, according to my Barenreiter score, omits nothing.
I am no music critic, but the singing of the present cast pleases me greatly. The orchestral support & conducting are also admirable.
Most modern critics rate EZIO highly (Winton Dean, Donald Burrows, Jonathan Keates). Although there are few "Big Bow-Wow" numbers, all the the arias are interesting, & several are very good indeed.
For me, it is marvellous to see Handel's operas, so commonly under-rated not so many years ago, receiving at long last the quality of performance & recording that they are now getting. Like many people, accustomed to Mozart, Rossini, Verdi, etc., the conventions of Baroque Opera, including Vivaldi & Rameau, took some getting used to, but, without losing interest in later music, I have found the experience more & more enjoyable, & Handel in particular has opened up new & rewarding results.
The new EZIO is well presented, & strikes me as being very good value.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Neglected but excellent Handel opera 13 May 2009
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'Ezio' come from Handel's mid period, a very interesting stage in his operatic career, just after the departure of Cuzzoni and Faustina from his company and before the acclaimed successes of 'Ariodante' and 'Alcina'. I love the works from this period, even the much maligned 'Lotario' and it's great to finally get the chance to hear the complete 'Ezio'.

This is one of Handel's attempts to set an adapted Metastasio text. The plot is actually an extremely good one but Handel's librettist cut so much of Metastasio's original that what remains is rather a mess and difficult to make much sense of. In particular the motivation of the character of Massimo is hazy and he ends up more a pantomime villain than a dishonoured and justly vengeful senator. The title role is potentially a very interesting one, standing up to a capricious Emperor with dignity but here he becomes just another languishing Handelian hero.

If the story disappoints the music most certainly does not. Indeed the music is as engaging and arresting as any of these fascinating mid period pieces. Handel had a new and exciting bass to show off in Montagnana and provided him with a series of truly excellent arias, even giving him the important final aria, a vigorous piece with brass accompaniment. Vito Priante carries these off very well in this recording. The heroine Fulvia is possibly the most interesting character and Karina Gauvin sings the role with feeling and drama - and a truly beautiful voice! Ann Hallenberg as always, sings with glorious velvet tone and does her best with the drama but Ezio is least well served musically in this opera I think. I wasn't overally impressed with the tenor of Anicio Zorzi Giustiniani as Massimo but he sounds suitably reedy for a villain.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Envy, betrayal and disaffection 25 May 2012
By E. L. Wisty TOP 500 REVIEWER VINE VOICE
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Ezio is based around the historical characters of Aetius (Ezio), the 5th century general who stopped Attila's advance, and the emperor Valentinian III (Valentiniano), and actual intrigues involving these and the senator Maximus (Massimo). The chronology of events in the opera is however somewhat confused compared to the reality, and, ironically for a plot which revolves around Ezio's steadfast loyalty to Valentiniano in the face of being falsely implicated in a plot to kill the emperor, ignores the fact that Aetius in fact died by Valentinian III's own hand!

The opera opened on 15 January 1732 but ran for only five performances and was never revived in Handel's own lifetime. The reasons for the lack of success are not entirely clear, but one contemporary damned the work with faint praise by calling it "masterly" in stark contrast to the same season's Sosarme being described as "most pleasing".

The accompanying booklet to this set attempts to make some sense of this. Handel it seems had cut down and reworked Metastasio's libretto considerably to its detriment and the possible confusion of audiences. For example it is only mentioned in the foreword to Handel's adjusted libretto rather than in the action itself that Valentiniano had tried to seduce Massimo's wife, and thus had a valid reason for hating the emperor. After Ezio, Handel made no further use of Metastasio libretti.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Elegant & courtly 8 July 2013
By Marcolorenzo TOP 1000 REVIEWER
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First complete recording. It is meticulously crafted by Handel and performed in this recording. Elegant and courtly but lacks a bit of dramatic vitality and intensity on the part of Curtis' conducting. All the same all the singers give very fine to superb performances. One of Curtis' best recordings along with Tolomeo and Deidamia.Handel - Tolomeo / Hallenberg, Gauvin, Bonitatibus, Basso, Spagnoli, Il Complesso Barocco, CurtisHandel: Deidamia
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5.0 out of 5 stars Another Wonderful Handel First 14 May 2009
By Paul Van de Water - Published on Amazon.com
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Ezio has long deserved a first-class recording, and Alan Curtis gives it to us, as he has with so many other neglected Handel operas. Now professor emeritus of musicology at Berkeley, Curtis helped kick off the Handel renaissance with his complete recording of Admeto Handel - Admeto / Jacobs, Yakar, Bowman, Dams, Cold, Gomez, van Egmond, Il Complesso Barocco, A. Curtis for EMI in 1977. That recording, which is still available on Virgin CD, starred Rene Jacobs, James Bowman, Max van Egmond, and other pioneers in historically informed performance. The band was Il Complesso Barocco, then comprised primarily of Dutch musicians.

Curtis didn't record any more Handel operas for many years afterwards, but recently he has more than made up for lost time. From his base near Florence, Curtis has reconstituted Il Complesso Barocco as a largely Italian ensemble. Since 1999, they have produced CDs of Alcina Handel: Alcina, Arminio, Berenice, Deidamia, Fernando, Floridante, Lotario, Radamisto, Rodelinda, Rodrigo, and Tolomeo and a fine DVD of Arioidante Handel - Ariodante / Hallenberg, Cherici, Vandoni Iorio, Nesi, Lepore, Stains, Prato, Il Compresso Brocco, Curtis, Pascoe (Spoleto Festival 2007). Many of these are first recordings, and several have won awards.

Here Curtis assembles another outstanding vocal cast. Swedish mezzo Ann Hallenberg (Ezio) took the title roles in Curtis's Ariodante and Tolomeo and has recorded many other Baroque works. Canadian soprano Karina Gauvin (Fulvia) has excelled in Alcina and Tolomeo under Curtis and has made an outstanding disc of Handel's cantata Apollo e Dafne with Les Violons du Roy. Italian contralto Sonia Prina (Valentiniano) also has a long discography. The other singers are less well known but hold their own in this stellar line-up.

The libretto, after Metastasio's Ezio, draws on the historical rivalry between emperor Valentinian and his general Flavius Aetius (Ezio), who defeated Attila and saved Rome from the Huns. The evil patrician Massimo attempts to frame Ezio for treason, but after some complicated twists and turns, the opera concludes with the requisite liete fine (happy ending). Gramophone's reviewer describes the work as "an excellent and much-needed . . . recording" of "a fascinating, serious dramatic opera," and it's an Editor's Choice for June 2009. The Times (London) writes, "The drama sizzles and the arias ravish the ear." The accolades are fully deserved.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Thoroughly competent, but... 17 Nov 2010
By Rollo Tomassi - Published on Amazon.com
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Unfortunately I can't be enthusiastic about this Alan Curtis production. I've followed Curtis' stately progress through the Handel opera catalog with a great deal of pleasure, and felt that many were five-star performances. But this one achieves a level of mere high competency. I agree with the reviewer from MusicalCriticism.com, who said this recording "is an efficiently authentic interpretation of an under-exposed opera, and boasts a strong cast of singers. Yet somehow it lacks the sparkle that would really woo listeners to this unfamiliar opera. The whole enterprise is unfailingly stylish and correct but lacks the suppleness and the willingness to cast decorum aside every now and then and really get its hands dirty." Why?

Well, first, this is not the first Ezio recording, though it is the first "authentic". An earlier, much-maligned recording on Vox, conducted by Richard Auldon Clark, has been around for years. This version is truncated, and played on modern instruments--but, very occasionally, it has some of the "sparkle" this one lacks. That's not at all to say that I recommend the Auldon Clark version (still available) over this newer, complete one. Here, Ann Hallenberg (as Ezio) is quite good, and Karina Gauvin (as Fulvia) is acceptable (though not as good as Julianne Baird, a wonderful baroque soprano and the primary advantage of the Auldon Clark recording). Marianne Andersen as Onoria is the vocal low point of the Curtis effort, constantly rough and unlovely. Curtis' vocal star though,is tenor Anicio Giustiniani as Massimo, the scheming patrician. Massimo is a kind of Handelian Iago, and Giustiniani wears the role like a glove. Vito Priante is fine in the minor but important bass role of Varo. Handel vocally fleshed out this role for his famous bass Montagnana (reportedly the star castrato Senesino was quite irritated that Montagnana got so much stage time in this opera). Priante, as noted, is not bad, but he's no David Thomas--the bass on the Harmonia Mundi recording "Arias for Montagnana". This wonderful CD excerpts all the Varo arias from Ezio.

But the larger issue here is not the performances--it's "Ezio" itself. Several of Handel's operas were outright flops on their initial London runs. "Ezio" was one such. Whenever I read of these Handel London premiere failures, and listen to the beautiful operas today, I usually say to myself, "What were those stupid Londoners thinking about?" But with "Ezio", I think the London public might have been on to something (it lasted only five performances). Handel used a well-traveled Metastasio libretto. It's a Roman story heavily concerned with duty and honor; Metatasio's strong suit wasn't romance (though that's certainly present in "Ezio"). I just don't believe that Handel was quite as inspired by this stolid material as he was in some of his greater works (for me, Ariodante Amadigi, Giulio Cesarea and Serse). There may just be a good musical reason, folks, why "Ezio" is one of the least-performed (and least-recorded) Handel works.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Good performance, but not the greatest miking and recorded sound 28 Oct 2013
By F. Rupert - Published on Amazon.com
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This is a good performance of Ezio, conducted by the estimable Alan Curtis. This opera has only been recorded once before that I know of, and it needed a good historically-informed version. This is it, sort of, but I confess to being disappointed after purchasing the MP3 version and listening to it.

The cast sings well, with a fair, but only fair, sense of acting in the recitatives. My pet peeve is singers who go through the recitatives in an uninvolved way. I give this performance a C in this regard. I've heard worse, but also much, much better.

The real reason I give this recording 4 stars and not 5 is the odd recording quality. The overall acoustic is on the dry side, with the singers closely miked. There is not much bloom to the sound, and it emphatically lacks much sense of theater. This comment would not apply to other Curtis recordings I've heard. Curtis's Faramondo is outstanding, for example. I think the recording engineers did a sub-standard job here, or maybe the recording venue is at fault, but Curtis deserves some blame for allowing it. Honestly, the close miking and relative lack of airiness to the sound feel like a throwback to those old early-stereo opera recordings from the 50s, with that "singers-glued-to-their-mikes" sound. It's not as bad as that, but it well short of the standard set by Faramondo.

A significant treble boost on playback helps the sound, btw.

Overall, it's a good performance, but it could have been even better.
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Good music and good singing 21 Feb 2013
By Rob - Published on Amazon.com
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Curtis's Recording does justice to this very neglected and underestimated opera. Good music and good singing. Take special attention to creamy voice and phrasing of Karina Gauvin fully expressed in beautiful aria "La mia costanza". And special thanks to DG sound engineers!
5 of 13 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Ezio - wonderful music by Handel enjoyably performed 15 Sep 2009
By William A. H. Holroyd - Published on Amazon.com
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This is a very rarely performed opera but the quality of the music amply justifies a first class performance. In my view the outstanding aspect of this recording is the quality of the recording process itself. I found most of the performance to be engaging, and sometimes of the highest quality, although there were a few moments when either the enthusiasm of the performers and/or their attention to the detail of individual phrases seemed to flag.

There is an American recording of this work but the new recording will be my favourite.
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