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[转帖] 5★冷门 -【Naxos】梅尔(1763-1845)歌剧《萨福》(2CDs)

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5★冷门 -【Naxos】梅尔(1763-1845)歌剧《萨福》(2CDs)

MAYR, J.S.: Saffo [Opera] (A.L. Brown, M. Schäfer, Jaewon Yun, Bavarian State Opera Chorus, Simon Mayr Choir, Concerto de Bassus, Hauk)
梅尔歌剧《萨福》(2CD)

Composer(s): Johann Simon Mayr (1763-1845) 约翰·西蒙·梅尔 / 迈尔
Lyricist(s): Antonio Simone Sografi (1759-1818)
Conductor(s): Franz Hauk
Orchestra(s): Concerto de Bassus
Choir(s): Bavarian State Opera Chorus, members; Simon Mayr Choir
Artist(s): Brown, Andrea Lauren; Hauk, Franz; Papenmeyer, Marie-Sande; Preis, Daniel; Ruckgaber, Katharina; Schäfer, Markus; Yun, Jaewon
Label: Naxos
Genre: Opera
Period: Classical
Catalogue No: 8.660367-68 (https://www.naxos.com/catalogue/item.asp?item_code=8.660367-68)
Number of Discs: 2
Physical Release: 01/2016

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以古希腊女诗人萨福的生平为题材的歌剧《萨福》

然而尽管萨福流传下来的诗作极为稀少,她却在很多方面——不仅就教我们爱是什么感觉而言——都是一个奠基者。她是古代和“西方”文学传统中的第一位女性诗人和“博学的女人”。据说被柏拉图誉为“第十位缪斯女神”的萨福,还是古代学者列入重要抒情诗人之正典的唯一一位女性。她的诗作重要:她的生平和情事也激发了无数戏剧、歌剧和小说,玛格丽特·雷诺兹(Margaret Reynolds)的《萨福手册》(The Sappho Companion, 2001)就熟练地记录了这些作品。直到十九世纪,这些传记性质的叙事在很大程度上依然源于奥维德在他的《烈女尺牍》(Heoides)中为自杀的同性恋萨福代拟的,致她的男性情人法翁的信。尽管这一传统在古诺1851年壮美的歌剧《萨福》中达到顶峰,它依然在不断强化——就像在艾瑞卡•荣(Erica Jong)的淫秽小说《萨福之跃》中那样。


No one did more to combine in his operas the innovations of the Viennese classical composers, Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven, with the Italian ideal of bel canto than Johann Simon Mayr, the Bavarian composer who rose to fame in Italy. His opera Saffo, first performed in 1794, dates from his years in Venice. Not only was it his first opera but it was premièred at the Teatro La Fenice where it was enthusiastically received. It is full of surprising and striking elements, with a strong musical realisation of the text, supportive string and woodwind writing and vivid solo and choral effects. Set by the Rock of Leucas, from which unsuccessful lovers leap to their deaths, the opera deals with the poetess Sappho’s unhappy love for Phaon, finally resolved in a happy ending.


JOHANN SIMON MAYR 约翰·西蒙·梅尔 / 迈尔
(1763 - 1845)

Born in the Bavarian town of Mendorf, near Ingolstadt, in 1763, Simon Mayr was the son of a schoolteacher and showed some early ability as a musician. He was a pupil at the Jesuit College in Ingolstadt before entering the university to study theology. He continued to demonstrate great musical versatility, but his training as a musician only began in earnest in 1787, when a patron took him to Italy. There, from 1789, he studied with Carlo Lenzi, maestro di cappella of the Bergamo Basilica of Sta Maria Maggiore. There followed, through the generosity of another patron, a period of study with Bertoni in Venice. His early commissioned compositions were largely in the form of sacred oratorios, but in 1794 his opera Saffo was staged in Venice. His turning to opera owed much to the encouragement he received from Piccinni and Peter von Winter; other operas followed for Venice, then for La Scala, Milan and other Italian theatres, with an increasingly large number of performances abroad. In 1802 he followed Lenzi as maestro di cappella at Sta Maria Maggiore in Bergamo, establishing a free music school three years later. Mayr held these positions until his death in 1845. As a teacher he won the particular respect of his pupil Donizetti. He did much to promote the knowledge of the Viennese Classical composers Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven in Italy. His own style reflects something of this, but essentially in an Italian context. He was, needless to say, immensely prolific as a composer: he had nearly 70 operas to his credit by 1824, and some 600 sacred works.

Operas
Mayr’s operas started with his Saffo ossia I riti d’Apollo Leucadio in Venice in 1795. His L’amor coniugale, based on the same original French drama as Beethoven’s Fidelio, was first staged in Padua in 1805.

Cantatas
Mayr’s cantatas include occasional works, such as L’Armonia, written for a visit by the Emperor to Bergamo in 1825 and his 1827 Cantata on the Death of Beethoven. His oratorio David in spelunca Engaddi (‘David in the Cave of Adullam’) was first heard in Venice in 1795.


Tracks:

Johann Simon Mayr (1763-1845) 约翰·西蒙·梅尔 / 迈尔
Antonio Simone Sografi, lyricist(s)
Saffo 萨福

Disc 1

1. Sinfonia       05:27
2. Act I: Coro e Recitativo: Ecco la Pizia (Coro, Saffo, Alceo, Faone)       04:24
3. Act I: Recitativo: Venerato Ministro, in me tu vedi (Faone, Amfizione)       00:53
4. Act I: Aria: Queste esanimi e candide belve (Faone)       01:42
5. Act I: Recitativo: Alceo di Mitilene s'offre agli sguardi (Alceo, Amfizione)       01:12
6. Act I: Aria: Lasciai del campo gli orridi bellici (Alceo)       02:00
7. Act I: Recitativo: Venga di Lesbo la teoria (Amfizione)       00:10
8. Act I: Entrata di Saffo       01:10
9. Act I: Recitativo: Alfine premere m'e concesso (Saffo, Amfizione)       02:28
10. Act I: Recitativo: Ah dicesti abbastanza (Saffo)       00:53
11. Act I: Aria: L'onda del mar, che al vento (Saffo)       05:46
12. Act I: Recitativo: Andiam, offriamo, amici (Amfizione)       00:27
13. Act I: Aria: Dentro lo speco incognito (Amfizione)       02:01
14. Act I: Recitativo: Non t'inoltrar, il passo arresta (Alceo, Saffo)       02:31
15. Act I: Recitativo: Ebben: t'appaghero (Alceo, Saffo)       00:55
16. Act I: Recitativo: Ah, s'egli fosse giunto (Saffo, Alceo)       01:47
17. Act I: Aria: Torni la pace al cor (Alceo)       04:56
18. Act I: Recitativo: O mie compagne udiste (Saffo)       01:21
19. Act I: Coro di Cacciatori: Serena il tuo pensier (Coro)       02:03
20. Act I: Recitativo: Amici, al vostro affetto grato io son (Faone, Saffo)       02:17
21. Act I: Recitativo: Ah si per lei l'Eliso istesso (Faone, Saffo)       02:32
22. Act I: Aria: Sfidar in sol per lei (Faone)       04:33
23. Act I: Recitativo: Ecco l'oracol mio (Alceo, Saffo)       01:10
24. Act I: Recitativo: Ch'il pronunzio (Alceo, Saffo, Faone, Coro)       01:21
25. Act I: Finale: Amor crudel deh non mi togliere (Faone, Saffo, Alceo, Coro)       06:56


Disc 2

1. Act II: Coro: Sciogli gli accenti tuoi (Coro)       02:24
2. Act II: Recitativo: Vati, stranier, teori (Laodamia, Euricleo, Faone, Alceo)       00:46
3. Act II: Recitativo: Nume del Ciel che sei (Faone, Alceo)       01:41
4. Act II: Duetto: Langue d'amor quest'alma (Faone, Alceo)       02:07
5. Act II: Recitativo: E tu perche non sciogli (Laodamia, Euricleo)       00:38
6. Act II: Duetto: Cessa di piangere per un ingrato (Laodamia, Euricleo)       02:20
7. Act II: Recitativo: Cosi piacesse al Nume (Saffo)       00:38
8. Act II: Recitativo: Piacesse a te svelar quando (Saffo)       01:29
9. Act II: Aria: Soave, dolce, cara e la morte (Saffo)       02:51
10. Act II: Recitativo: Eppur mi fa pieta quell'infelice (Laodamia, Euricleo)       00:52
11. Act II: Recitativo: Odi il funesto grido (Laodamia, Euricleo)       00:51
12. Act II: Coro: Palpitante… agitata… tremante (Coro, Saffo, Faone, Alceo, Amfizione)       04:01
13. Act II: Recitativo: Saffo, e che ti spaventa (Saffo, Alceo, Amfizione, Laodamia, Faone)       02:14
14. Act II: Recitativo: Quanti, crudeli, siete contro di me (Alceo)       01:59
15. Act II: Aria: Tacito e mesto in volto (Alceo)       05:05
16. Act II: Recitativo: T'arresti ancor! (Saffo, Faone)       00:53
17. Act II: Recitativo: Rispetta i giorni tuoi (Faone)       00:48
18. Act II: Cavatina: Nato son gia alle lagrime (Faone)       01:33
19. Act II: Recitativo: Saffo, non ti smarir (Amfizione)       00:40
20. Act II: Aria: La dolce speranza disgombri il duol (Amfizione)       01:39
21. Act II: Recitativo: E quel pianto, quel duolo (Saffo)       02:35
22. Act II: Aria: Pallida morte, vieni: guidami (Saffo)       04:45
23. Act II: Recitativo: Andiam, miei fidi (Amfizione, Laodamia, Euricleo)       00:55
24. Act II: Recitativo: Ciascun mi fugge (Faone)       03:19
25. Act II: Coro: Dormi, riposa bell'alma amorosa (Coro, Faone)       01:25
26. Act II: Recitativo: Vuoi ch'io la salvi!… oh, Dio (Faone, Alceo)       03:29
27. Act II: Aria: Dille… ma no… vorrei… (Faone, Coro)       05:12
28. Act II: Recitativo: Tutto svani. Per questa volta invano (Amfizione, Euricleo, Laodamia)       00:38
29. Act II: Coro: Vivi leggiadra e bella (Coro, Saffo, Alceo, Faone)       02:42
               
Total Playing Time: 02:01:24
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发表于 2018-1-9 05:06:44 | 显示全部楼层
多谢分享梅尔的歌剧作品!
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发表于 2018-1-9 10:06:15 | 显示全部楼层
很有兴趣听听这个以“女神”主题歌剧
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发表于 2018-1-9 10:36:20 | 显示全部楼层
梅尔(1763-1845)歌剧《萨福》
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发表于 2018-1-9 11:40:27 | 显示全部楼层
Disc 2/9. Act II: Aria: Soave, dolce, cara e la morte (Saffo)02:51

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发表于 2018-1-9 21:24:14 | 显示全部楼层
谢谢分享,美妙音乐
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发表于 2018-1-9 21:38:25 | 显示全部楼层
喜欢听歌剧,不论是全剧或者节选,都不放过!谢谢分享
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发表于 2018-1-9 21:50:52 | 显示全部楼层
真的是“冷门”啊,谢谢!
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发表于 2018-1-10 08:51:53 | 显示全部楼层
谢谢分享好音乐!
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发表于 2018-1-10 09:05:43 | 显示全部楼层
很冷门的歌剧音乐。谢谢网友友情提供。
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发表于 2018-1-10 15:31:40 | 显示全部楼层
那位大家熟知的古希腊同性恋女诗人萨福吗,
非常感谢分享!难得一见的歌剧!
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发表于 2018-1-11 08:52:51 | 显示全部楼层
稀有资源.罕见佳品.
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发表于 2018-1-11 16:32:29 | 显示全部楼层
试听效果很好。
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发表于 2018-1-12 13:36:23 | 显示全部楼层
THANKS FOR SHARM
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