Prokofiev: The Gambler [Blu-Ray]

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Категории: Музыка\Концерты Blu-ray Опера
Артикул: 2157
Название: Prokofiev: The Gambler
Год: 2008
Страна: Великобритания
Продолжительность: 02:16:46
Аудио: Аудио поток # 1: Русский DTS-HD MA 5.1 (48 kHz / 3869 kbps / 24-bit)Аудио поток # 2: Русский LPCM 2.0 (48 kHz / 2304 kbps /
Видео: 1920x1080
Режисер: Dmitri Tcherniakov
Актеры: Vladimir Ognovenko (General), Kristine Opolais (Polina), Misha Didyk (Aleksey), Stefania Toczyska (Babulenka), Stephan Rügamer (Marquis), Viktor Rud (Mr. Astley), Silvia De La Mulea (Blanche), Gian-Luca Pasolini (Prince Nilsky), Alessandro Paliaga (Baron Wurmerhelm), Plamen Kumpikov (Potapych), Gleb Nikolsky (Casino Director), Staatsopernchor, Staatskapelle Berlin
Тип: Blu-ray
Наличие: В наличии
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Prokofiev: The Gambler: Blame it on the Russian Revolution: it took Sergey Prokofiev (1891-1953) only a few months to write his early opera "The Gambler" between October 1915 and March 1916, but problems arose during rehearsals in January 1917, and the premiere in St. Petersburg (then Petrograd) had to be cancelled when the first revolution broke out in February. This first version of the work was never heard, since the composer revised the tempestuous score eleven years later, reducing it and eliminating what he considered "padding." The work was premiered in this version in Brussels in 1929. Based on Dostoyevsky's novel of the same name, "The Gambler" is a dark study of human failings and the corruptive power of money. In this work, everyone gambles: the hero Alexey, the General and even the wealthy aunt Babulenka gamble with money; Blanche, the Marquis and Polina - who loves Alexey - gamble with their fellow human beings. The results are humiliation, ruin and self-delusion. But when the Staatskapelle Berlin under world-famous conductor Daniel Barenboim provide the orchestral sound to the full, lustrous voices of Vladimir Ognovenko, Kristine Opolais, Misha Didyk, Stefania Toczyska and their colleagues, there is nothing even remotely dismal about the opera or its production. Recorded live at the Staatsoper Unter den Linden, Berlin, 13-15 March 2008.