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Mme. Grayvill


"Dinorah"—Le Pardon De Ploermel



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Mme. Grayvill - "Dinorah"—Le Pardon De Ploermel album download

Le pardon de Ploërmel: Opéra comique en trois actes. Dinorah, oder Die Wallfahrt nach Ploërmel. Динора (опера); Le Pardon de Ploërmel; Dinorah; A ploërmeli búcsú; Dinorah ou Le Pardon de Ploërmel; Dinorah ou le pardon de Ploërmel; ディノーラ. El perdón de Ploërmel; Dinorah ou le pardon de Ploermel.

Dinorah especially, and I have been waiting for many years for a production of this wonderful opera to appear on Video/DVD. I have the complete recording made by Opera Rara (1979) with Deborah Cook as Dinorah; Christian du Plessis as Hoël and John Alexander as Corentin. Whilst they are not up to the caliber for the former cast, they are each in their own special way believable and give strong performances. Dinorah's "Shadow Song", stops the show (as one would expect).

Dinorah oder Die Wallfahrt nach Ploërmel (konzertant). Dinorah ou Le Pardon de Ploërmel (concert version). Giacomo Meyerbeer (1791 – 1864). In its entirety, however, the opera comique DINORAH OU LE PARDON DE PLOERMEL originally performed in 1859 is yet to be discovered: with this Meyerbeer is able to achieve a late playful-poetic and simultaneously humourously broken invocation of the Romantic world of spirits and faeries. In his combination of lyrical, folkloric and comical elements, Meyerbeer's scoring of the story about a married couple Dinorah and Hoël who are separated by mysterious circumstances during a pilgrimage and later happily reunited develops an entirely unique, subtle palette of tones.

Dinorah, originally Le pardon de Ploërmel ("The Pilgrimage of Ploërmel"), is an 1859 French opéra comique in three acts with music by Giacomo Meyerbeer and a libretto by Jules Barbier and Michel Carré. The story takes place near the rural town of Ploërmel and is based on two Breton tales by Émile Souvestre, "La Chasse aux trésors" and "Le Kacouss de l'Armor", both published separately in 1850 in the Révue des deux mondes. The opera was first performed at the Opéra-Comique (Salle Favart), in Paris, on April 4, 1859 under the title Le pardon de Ploërmel


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