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The Damnation Of Faust, Op. 24 - Berlioz*, The Concertgebouw Orchestra Of Amsterdam*, Eduard van Beinum - The Damnation Of Faust, Op. 24 / Carnival Romain - Overture, Op, 9 (Vinyl)

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  1. op. 7 Hol. 81B / Six Songs-Hector Berlioz: Les nuits d'Ete for Solo Voice & Orchestra Op.7 HolB. Version for medium voice. BA Vocal score voice & piano Berlioz composed these songs in –41 between the compos.
  2. Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Boston Symphony Orchestra, Charles Munch, Hector Berlioz - The Damnation Of Faust at Discogs. Complete your Boston Symphony Orchestra, Charles Munch, Hector Berlioz collection.
  3. Nov 07,  · La Damnation de Faust was a triumph for Canada, in any case. On the other hand, perhaps Lepage should have scratched Berlioz’s score altogether and commissioned a new one, leaving the old one to the stage of Symphony Hall, where it has been performed so beautifully so often. — *David Cairns, Berlioz, II, Servitude and Greatness, p. For.
  4. Sir Simon Rattle leads the London Symphony Orchestra through Berlioz's tempestuous oratorio, 'The Damnation of Faust'. A colossal choral work like none other, this astounding hybrid of opera and oratorio features soprano Karen Cargill, tenor Bryan Hymel and bass Christopher Purves.
  5. This memorable performance of Berlioz's masterpiece The Damnation of Faust was recorded in , and is being released for the first time on CD to support the campaign against the Dutch government's plans to abolish the Muziek-centrum van de Omroep (MCO) and its orchestras - which include the Netherlands Radio Philharmonic.4/5(2).
  6. And so it was, following the composer’s discovery of Faust Part One in that Goethe joined Virgil and Shakespeare to form Berlioz's trinity. Without taking the time to catch his breath, he set the verse passages of Gérard de Nerval’s translation to music and published them under the title Huit scènes de Faust.
  7. Berlioz’s La damnation de Faust is a musical thrill-ride – an operatic tour-de-force that throws all of music’s capacity at one simple question: what is the price of the human soul? A vast orchestra and chorus conjure the composer’s fantastical visions in music that ranges from tender love-songs and ecstatic hymns to drinking songs and.

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