Verdi, Riccardo Muti, Chicago Simphony Orchestra - Otello flac album
Style: Classical, Opera
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Orchestra – Chicago Simphony Orchestra. Soprano Vocals – Krassimira Stoyanova. Tenor Vocals – Joan Francisco Gatell. Booklet 8 pages Recorded at Orchestra Hall, Simphony Center, Chicago, April 2011 Edizione speciale per Corriere della Sera ⓒ 2015 RCS MediaGroup .
Album · 2013 · 29 Songs. Carlo Guelfi, Paolo Battaglia, Juan Francisco Gatell, Michael Spyres, Riccardo Muti, Chicago Symphony Chorus, Chicago Children's Choir & Chicago Symphony Orchestra. 7. Otello: Act I. Abbasso le spade! (Live). Carlo Guelfi, Aleksandrs Antonenko, Paolo Battaglia, Juan Francisco Gatell, Riccardo Muti & Chicago Symphony Orchestra. 8. Già nella notte dens. Live). Aleksandrs Antonenko, Krassimira Stoyanova, Riccardo Muti & Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
This is Muti’s second release on the CSO Resound label, following his critically acclaimed recording of Verdi’s Messa da Requiem in 2010, and his position with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra is evidently secure, if the polished results of these ambitious performances are any indication. Featuring Aleksandrs Antonenko as a commanding Otello, Krassimira Stoyanova as a passionate Desdemona, and Carlo Guelfi as the scheming Iago, the international cast has remarkable confidence and presence, offering credible interpretations in this unstaged presentation.
This album has an average beat per minute of 81 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 63/95 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Messa da Requiem (Chicago Symphony Orchestra and Chorus feat. conductor: Riccardo Muti). Recent albums by Giuseppe Verdi.
Anita Rachvelishvili, whom Riccardo Muti calls the "world's best Verdi mezzo today, will be reunited for the Chicago Symphony Orchestra's concert performances of Verdi's Aida. It will be just the second time that Muti and Rachvelishvili have worked together. She was a last-minute substitute in Verdi’s Requiem in November 2017 with Muti and the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra in Munich. It was always my dream to work with Maestro Muti, and it just came true like that, she said. Our Requiem was really beautiful, and I will never forget that experience.
Coinciding with the 200th anniversary of Giuseppe Verdi's birthday, CSO Resound releases its second recording with Maestro Riccardo Muti featuring Verdi's second-to-last opera, Otello. Recorded live in concert at Symphony Center in 2011, this album will stand for years to come as a unique benchmark in Verdi performance and interpretation by one of today's finest conductors. Maestro Muti and the CSO's first recording together was a lauded album of Verdi's Messa da Requiem, which won two Grammy Awards.
The Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano Giuseppe Verdi (Symphony Orchestra of Milan Giuseppe Verdi) is an Italian orchestra based in Milan. The orchestra refers to itself as La Verdi colloquially. The orchestra's primary residence is the Auditorium di Milano Fondazione Cariplo. Vladimir Delman founded the orchestra in 1993 as an independent, self-governing organisation. In 1998, a choir affiliated with the orchestra was established, the Coro Sinfonico Giuseppe Verdi di Milano.
Emilia, Otello, Desdemona, Cassio, Iago, Lodovico, Montano) Giuseppe Verdi; Aleksandrs Antonenko; Krassimira Stoyanova; Carlo Guelfi; Barbara di Castri; Juan Francisco Gatell; Michael Spyres; Paolo Battaglia; Eric Owens; David Govertsen; Chicago Symphony Chorus; Chicago Children's Choir; Chicago Symphony Orchestra; Riccardo Muti. The playing is sensational. The Guardian " When Riccardo Muti brought his Chicago Symphony Orchestra to Carnegie Hall for Verdi’s Otello in 2011, it was one of the most electrifying opera performances New York had heard in years. Verdi's Otello, featuring Music Director Riccardo Muti and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, was recorded live during critically acclaimed and sold-out performances at Symphony Center in Chicago in April 2011.
Riccardo Muti, conductor. Verdi Otello, Acts II-IV. CSO Radio 13-41 Riccardo Muti Verdi. 1. CSO Radio Interviews: Riccardo Muti on Verdi (13-41). Albums from this user.
|1.1||Una Vela! Una Vela! (Coro/Montano/Cassio/Jago/Roderigo)||4:27|
|1.3||Roderigo, Ebben, Che Pensi? (Jago/Roderigo)||2:21|
|1.4||Fuoco di Gioia! (Coro/Cassio/Jago/Roderigo)||4:03|
|1.5||Innaffia L'ugola! (Coro/Cassio/Jago/Roderigo)||4:04|
|1.6||Capitano, V'attende la Fazione Ai Baluardi (Coro/Montano/Cassio/Jago/Roderigo)||1:18|
|1.7||Abbasso Le Spade! (Otello/Jago/Cassio/Montano)||3:12|
|1.8||Già Nella Notte Densa... (Otello/Desdemona)||10:40|
|1.9||Non Ti Crucciar (Jago/Cassio)||2:53|
|1.10||Credo In Un Dio Crudel... (Jago)||4:13|
|1.11||Eccola... Cassio (Jago/Otello/Coro)||6:33|
|1.12||Dove Guardi Splendono Raggi... (Coro/fanciulli/Desdemona/Otello/Jago)||4:01|
|1.13||D'un Uom Che Geme... (Desdemona/Otello/Jago/Emilia)||4:49|
|1.14||Desdemona Rea! (Otello/Jago)||5:28|
|1.15||Era la Notte... (Jago/Otello)||4:01|
|1.16||Si, Pel Ciel Marmoreo Giuro! (Otello/Jago)||2:24|
|2.1||La Vedetta Del Porto Ha Segnalato... (Araldo/Otello/Jago/Desdemona)||2:39|
|2.2||Dio Ti Giocondi, O Sposo... (Dedemona/Otello)||10:06|
|2.3||Dio! Mi Potevi Scagliar Tutti I Mali... (Otello/Jago)||4:05|
|2.4||Vieni, L'aula è Deserta (Jago/Cassio/Otello)||3:59|
|2.5||Quest'è Una Ragna (Jago/Cassio/Otello/Coro)||3:19|
|2.6||Viva! Evviva! (Coro/Lodovico/Otello/Desdemona/Emilia/Jago)||5:31|
|2.7||Aterra!... Si... Nel Livido Fango (Desdemona/Emilia/Cassio/Roderigo/Lodovico/Coro/Jago/Otello)||7:36|
|2.8||Era Più Calmo? (Emilia/Desdemona)||4:54|
|2.9||Piangea Cantando (Desdemona/Emilia)||6:41|
|2.10||Ave Maria... (Desdemona)||5:01|
|2.11||Chi è Là? (Desdemona/Otello)||6:46|
|2.12||Aprite! Aprite! (Emilia/Otello/Desdemona/Cassio/Jago/Lodovico/Montano)||3:17|
|2.13||Niun Mi Tema... (Otello/Cassio/Lodovico/Montano)||5:18|
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- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Warner Classics
- Copyright (c) – RCS MediaGroup S.P.A.
- Art Direction – Josephine Lee, Sergio Pappalettera
- Baritone Vocals [Jago] – Carlo Guelfi
- Baritone Vocals [Lodovico] – Eric Owens
- Bass Vocals [Araldo] – David Govertsen
- Bass Vocals [Montano] – Paolo Battaglia
- Composed By – Giuseppe Verdi
- Conductor – Riccardo Muti
- Coro – Chicago Children's Choir, Chicago Simphony Chorus
- Libretto By – Arrigo Boito
- Mezzo-soprano Vocals [Emilia] – Barbara di Castri
- Orchestra – Chicago Simphony Orchestra
- Soprano Vocals [Desdemona] – Krassimira Stoyanova
- Tenor Vocals [Cassio] – Joan Francisco Gatell
- Tenor Vocals [Roderigo] – Michael Spyres
NotesBooklet 8 pages
Recorded at Orchestra Hall, Simphony Center, Chicago, April 2011
Edizione speciale per Corriere della Sera
ⓒ 2015 RCS MediaGroup S.p.a.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 9 771120 498589
- Barcode (additional code EAN5): 60007
- Matrix / Runout (on CD 1): 34359
- Matrix / Runout (on CD 2): 34360
- Rights Society (Stickers): SIAE