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Debussy & Schoenberg: Pelléas & Mélisande (2SACD)
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Arnold Schönberg, Claude Debussy
Orchestre de la Suisse Romande
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2 X Super Audio CD

Debussy: Pelléas et Mélisande - Suite
Work length 46:57

arr. Jonathan Nott
Orchestre de la Suisse Romande
Jonathan Nott

Act I, A Forest [1]

Act. I, Golaud & Mélisande

Act I, A Forest [2]

Act I, Pelléas - A Room in the Castle

Act I, Mélisande, Golaud, Pelléas

Act II, A Well in the Garden - Pelléas & Mélisande

Act II, Golaud, Mélisande

Act III, Mélisande, Pelléas - One of the Castle's Towers

Act III, Golaud Appears

Act IV, A Room in the Castle - Golaud & Mélisande

Axt IV, A Well in the Garden - Pelléas, Mélisande

Act IV, Golaud Appears - The Death of Pelléas

Act V, A Room in the Castle

Act V, Castle Maids Appear

Act V, The Immutability of Destiny

Schoenberg: Pelleas und Melisande, Op. 5
Work length 41:59

Orchestre de la Suisse Romande
Jonathan Nott

First Movement Sonata Form - Introduction. Die Achtel ein wenig bewegt

First Theme Group. Heftig - Sehr warm. In breiter Bewegung

Second Theme Group. Lebhaft

Scherzo with Episodes. Sehr rasch

Ring Falls Into the Well. Golaud Falls from His Horse

Golaud Wounded in Bed. Golaud's Jealousy

Pelléas & Mélisande. Love

Episode Ia. Sehr langsam

Episode Ib

Episode II. Sehr langsam. Gedehnt

Slow Movement - Introduction. Ein wenig bewegt

Love Theme. Langsam

Im Zeitmaß

Development. Ein wenig bewegter


Recapitulatory Finale - Recapitulation of Introduction. Sehr langsam

Recapitulation of First Theme. Etwas bewegt

Recapitulation of Love Theme

In gehender Bewegung

Epilogue. Breit

Pelléas & Mélisande in a new light. This new OSR recording presents the two most ambitious musical responses to Maurice Maeterlinck's epochal 1893 play Pelléas et Mélisande, with conductor Jonathan Nott creating a new suite of Debussy's opera that is much more expansive, focusing more on the actual drama and symphonic development than previous suites that relied heavily on Debussy's interludes. Schoenberg's Pelleas and Melisande is often perceived as relatively "amorphous," its narrative structure opaque, hiding all but the most explicit references to the drama on which Schoenberg's opera is based. In this recording, Jonathan Nott introduces a novel division of titles and analytical titles that make the music's relation to the story much more tangible to the listener. The juxtaposition with the music of Debussy's opera allows us to compare the two works and see how the most important innovators in music at the turn of the century responded to this haunting story, symbolist history.
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