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Ambroise Thomas / Allen, Barbaux, Veasey, Hudson, Hose - Hamlet flac album

Ambroise Thomas / Allen, Barbaux, Veasey, Hudson, Hose - Hamlet flac album Performer: Ambroise Thomas
Title: Hamlet
Style: Opera
Released: 1980
MP3 album: 1827 mb
FLAC album: 1695 mb
Rating: 4.7
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Genre: Classical

Composed By – Ambroise Thomas. Conductor – Anthony Hose. Ensemble – The Manchester Camerata. Libretto By – J. Barbier, M. Carré. Vocals – Donald Maxwell. Vocals – Thomas Allen. Vocals – Philip Gelling. Vocals – Paul Hudson (4). Vocals – Gordon Christie. Vocals – John Harris (9). Vocals – Christine Barbaux. Vocals – Michael Neill. Vocals – Josephine Veasey. Vocals – Christopher Adams.

Charles Louis Ambroise Thomas (French: ; 5 August 1811 – 12 February 1896) was a French composer and teacher, best known for his operas Mignon (1866) and Hamlet (1868). Born into a musical family, Thomas was a student at the Conservatoire de Paris, winning France's top music prize, the Prix de Rome. He pursued a career as a composer of operas, completing his first opera, La double échelle, in 1837.

Composer: Ambroise Thomas. Synopsis: Hamlet Synopsis. Libretto: Hamlet Libretto. Translation(s): English Deutsch. Hamlet - Thomas Allen Ophélie - Christine Barbaux Claudius - Paul Hudson Gertrude - Josephine Veasey Laertes - Gordon Christie Polinius - Michael Neill Horatio - Phillip Gelling Marcellus - John Harris Ghost of Hamlet's Father - Donald Maxwell Anthony Rose, conductor. Buxton Festival, 1980. Watch videos with other singers performing J'ai pu frapper le miserable: 6 - Thomas Allen 6 - Bo Skovhus.

On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Manchester Camerata, The.

Sir Thomas Allen, José Carreras, Sheila Armstrong, Josephine Veasey, Frank Patterson, John Shirley-Quirk. Sir Thomas Allen, Philip Gelling, Paul Hudson, Gordon Christie, John Harris, Christine Barbaux, Michael Neill, Josephine Veasey, Christopher Adams. A stimulating album, made even more so by the addition of soprano Lucy Crowe in three numbers. As for Allen’s voice, it’s in great shape, with all the amplitude and beauty of tone of his prime. David Mellor, Daily Mail, 25 August 2018.

Ambroise Thomas: Hamlet. Primary Artist, Vocals.

It is pointless to compare Ambroise Thomas' Hamlet to Shakespeare's - as it is Hamlet the opera is a beautiful and effective work in its own right. While Sherrill Milnes and Joan Sutherland do not exactly sound youthful they sing beautifully and blend well together. Milnes is a strong Hamlet - tormented and tormenting - and his french enunciation throughout is examplary. Joan Sutherland is a warm and tender Ophelie and despite her years (56) delivers the coloratura of the mad scene with brio if not the old dash

ムレット; Гамлет; Համլետ. I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IAT 9. v'ts/Sec's. 5 acts: Ballet music.

Free music collection artist Ambroise Thomas - find all tracks in mp3 online for free. Free collection of music, songs and tracks from Ambroise Thomas - find and listen as much as you want. Hamlet: O vin, dissipe la tristesse. John Charles Thomas, Ambroise Thomas, N. Finston, Thomas. Mignon: "Addio, Mignon". Giuseppe Di Stefano, Ambroise Thomas.

Tracklist

A Act I, Beg. 25:21
B Act I, Concld., Act II, Beg. 24:29
C Act II, Continued 25:42
D Act II, Concld., Act III, Beg. 27:12
E Act III, Concld., Act IV, Beg. 25:24
F Act IV, Concld., Act V 26:06

Credits

  • Choir – The Buxton Festival Chorus
  • Composed By – Ambroise Thomas
  • Conductor – Anthony Hose
  • Ensemble – The Manchester Camerata
  • Libretto By – J. Barbier*, M. Carré*
  • Vocals [Ghost Of Hamlet's Father, First Gravedigger] – Donald Maxwell
  • Vocals [Hamlet] – Thomas Allen
  • Vocals [Horatio] – Philip Gelling
  • Vocals [King Claudius] – Paul Hudson
  • Vocals [Laertes] – Gordon Christie
  • Vocals [Marcellus] – John Harris
  • Vocals [Ophelia] – Christine Barbaux
  • Vocals [Polonius] – Michael Neill
  • Vocals [Queen Gertrude] – Josephine Veasey
  • Vocals [Second Gravedigger] – Christopher Adams

Notes

Recorded at Buxton Festival, England, 1980.

54-page booklet with biography, photos of the first performance (March, 9th, 1868, Paris Opera) and libretto.