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Bryan Hymel - Héroïque: French Opera Arias
 
18,90 €
 
Formát:
CD
 
 
Dostupnosť:
na sklade / dostupné okamžite
 
 
Katalógové číslo:
2564617950
 
 
EAN kód:
825646179503
 
 
Autori:
Alfred Bruneau, Charles Gounod, Ernest Reyer, Giacomo Meyerbeer, Gioacchino Rossini, Giuseppe Verdi, Hector Berlioz, Henri Rabaud, Jules Massenet
 
 
Interpreti:
Bryan Hymel, Emmanuel Villaume, The Prague Philharmonia
 
 
Vydavateľ:
WARNER CLASSICS
 
 
Zoznam skladieb
Rossini: Guillaume Tell
12:48

Czech Philharmonic Choir of Brno, PKF - Prague Philharmonia
Emmanuel Villaume
Bryan Hymel (tenor)

"Ne m'abandonne point... Asile héréditaire... Amis, amis secondez ma vengeance" (Arnold)
12:48

 Excerpt,  Berlioz: La Damnation de Faust, Op. 24
5:48

PKF - Prague Philharmonia
Emmanuel Villaume
Bryan Hymel (tenor)

"Nature immense" (Fausto)
5:48

 Excerpt,  Verdi: Jérusalem
5:32

PKF - Prague Philharmonia
Emmanuel Villaume
Bryan Hymel (tenor)

"L'Emir auprès de lui ma'ppelle... Je veux encore entendre ta Voix" (Gaston)
5:32

 Excerpt,  Verdi: Les vêpres siciliennes
9:57

PKF - Prague Philharmonia
Emmanuel Villaume
Bryan Hymel (tenor)

"O jour de peine et de souffrance" (Henri)
9:57

 Excerpt,  Berlioz: Les Troyens
6:13

PKF - Prague Philharmonia
Emmanuel Villaume
Bryan Hymel (tenor)

"Inutiles regrets" (Énée)
6:13

 Excerpt,  Gounod: La Reine de Saba
5:32

PKF - Prague Philharmonia
Emmanuel Villaume
Bryan Hymel (tenor)

"Faiblesse de la race humaine, Inspirez-moi, race" (Adoniram)
5:32

 Excerpt,  Meyerbeer: L'Africaine
7:07

Czech Philharmonic Choir of Brno, PKF - Prague Philharmonia
Emmanuel Villaume
Bryan Hymel (tenor)

"Pays merveilleux... O Paradis... Conduisez-moi vers ce navire" (Vasco de Gama)
7:07

 Excerpt,  Massenet: Hérodiade
5:47

PKF - Prague Philharmonia
Emmanuel Villaume
Bryan Hymel (tenor)

"Ne pouvant réprimer les élans de la foi" (Jean)
5:47

 Excerpt,  Reyer: Sigurd
5:23

PKF - Prague Philharmonia
Emmanuel Villaume
Bryan Hymel (tenor)

"Le bruit des chants s' étend..." (Sigurd)
5:23

 Excerpt,  Bruneau: L'attaque du moulin
4:35

PKF - Prague Philharmonia
Emmanuel Villaume
Bryan Hymel (tenor)

"Le jour tombe, Adieu, forêt profonde" (Dominique)
4:35

Rabaud: Rolande et le mauvais garcon
4:07

PKF - Prague Philharmonia
Emmanuel Villaume
Bryan Hymel (tenor)

"Chante vieux jardin ta chanson de cigale" (Gaspard)
4:07
Popis
This recital, Héroïque, is tenor Bryan Hymel’s first studio recording for Warner Classics. Its imaginatively conceived programme showcases him in repertoire that he has made his own on stages such as the Metropolitan Opera, Covent Garden and the Bavarian State Opera: opera in French that demands a thrilling heroism in both voice and style – and a top register of outstanding brilliance, since the album offers a grand total of 19 top C’s. In the space of just a few years, the American tenor Bryan Hymel has become closely identified with the kind of repertoire that is showcased in this recital, his first recording for Warner Classics: opera in French that demands a thrilling heroism in both voice and style. The imaginatively conceived programme showcases his prowess in arias to French texts by Verdi and Rossini, by Berlioz, Meyerbeer, Gounod and Massenet, and by three composers whose works are rarely heard today: Reyer, Bruneau and Rabaud. On stage, Hymel has gone from Don José in Carmen to Enée in Berlioz’s Les Troyens, the title role in Meyerbeer’s Robert le Diable, Henri in Verdi’s Les Vêpres siciliennes and Arnold in Rossini’s Guillaume Tell. Hymel’s active repertoire is by no means limited to roles in French – at the Met, he has recently sung Rodolfo in La bohème, while his Prince in Dvořák’s Rusalka led the Financial Times to describe his “lustre and visceral abandon” as “worth travelling continents to hear.” His interpretations of the Prince, Enée and Robert le Diable at London’s Royal Opera House led to his 2013 Olivier Award for Outstanding Achievement in Opera – the Oliviers are the UK’s most prestigious awards in the worlds of theatre, opera, and dance; it complemented another high-profile prize he won in 2013, the Beverly Sills Artist Award, which recognises achievement at the Metropolitan Opera. As an alumnus of Philadelphia’s Academy of the Vocal Arts, well-known for nurturing exceptional operatic talent, Bryan Hymel was already a rising name when he sang Enée at London’s Royal Opera House in 2012. He had performed the role in Amsterdam in 2010, but in London he was replacing no less a star than Jonas Kaufmann, who had cancelled his entire run of performances. Hymel’s success in Les Troyens at Covent Garden led to another triumph six months later – this time at the Met. It was his debut at the USA’s most iconic opera house and – in an act of true operatic heroism – he was stepping in at the last minute for another major tenor, Marcello Giordani.
 
 
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