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Strauss - Der Rosenkavalier, highlights [Opera in English] CD

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  • Performer: Yvonne Kenny, John Tomlinson, Diana Montague, Rosemary Joshua, Andrew Shore, et al.
  • Orchestra: London Philharmonic Orchestra, Geoffrey Mitchell Choir
  • Conductor: David Parry
  • Composer: Richard Strauss
  • Audio CD (1 Oct. 1999)
  • SPARS Code: DDD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Chandos
  • ASIN: B00000J8QR
  • Other Editions: MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 41,297 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Introduction
  2. 'How You Were! How You Are!'
  3. 'Ah, There He Goes...'
  4. 'Ah! You Are Back Again?'
  5. 'For Time Is a Mysterious Thing'
  6. 'My Dearest Love, Why Do You Torture Yourself...'
  7. 'I'll Go Now, Go to Church, and Pray'
  8. Introduction - 'A Solemn Day, a Wondrous Day'
  9. 'In This Most Wonderful and Serious Moment'
  10. 'It Is an Honour, an Enchantment'
  11. 'Here I Am'
  12. 'Here.'
  13. 'Leupold, Let's Go'
  14. 'Oh God! The Story Was a Masquerade and No More'
  15. 'Now Or Tomorrow; If Not Tomorrow, Very Soon'
  16. 'Marie Theres, How Good You Are'
  17. 'Bliss Is Too Deep to Understand'
  18. 'Bliss Is Too Deep to Understand'

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Beautifully sung by Yvonne Kenny and the music is as exuberant as it should be. This version of Rosencavelier did not disappoint!
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HASH(0x8f3c6774) out of 5 stars An English Silver Rose 10 Jun. 2000
By Jamie Henderson - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This "highlights" recording, one of the most recent of the Chandos "Opera in English" series, is a superlative issue that must be heard by all lovers of Richard Strauss and fine singing. Indeed, the singing is truly exceptional; mention must be made immediately of the silken voiced Octavian of Diana Montague - from start to finish she maintains a scrupulous control of legato and beauty of tone (similar to, but in my view surpassing, Susan Graham). Rosemary Joshua's Sophie surpassess most other more famous singers of this taxing role; she is truly a match for the likes of Lucia Popp and Elisabeth Schumann. Listen to the ravishing floated pianissimos in the presentation of the silver rose scene, and the final trio and duet, and I am sure you will agree. Yvonne Kenny is a Marschallin sensitive to the nuances of both text and music; vocally she is not in the class of a Schwarzkopf, Janowitz or Fleming, but this is a moving portrayal. And Tomlinson, the great Wotan and Hans Sachs of our age, is an amusing, cavernous voiced, (slightly too) boorish Ochs. The success of this performance is also due to the excellent musical support given by the London Philharmonic and conductor David Parry. Those concerned by the fact that this recording is given in English translation need not be; the translation is singer friendly (though not all the words are audible), and the standard of performance is such as to almost make no difference. If only the work were given complete - but this is still a "must buy"!
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