Daniel Szabo - FrictionsDaniel Szabo - Frictions F-5 - Dodging the Dream KillersF-5 - Dodging the Dream Killers Boom Band - The Boom BandBoom Band - The Boom Band The Dangerous - OceansThe Dangerous - Oceans The Champs - Latin LimboThe Champs - Latin Limbo Josee Vachon - Ca Fait Rire Les EnfantsJosee Vachon - Ca Fait Rire Les Enfants DJ Ghe - ToolsDJ Ghe - Tools Steve August - Mystic SplendorSteve August - Mystic Splendor
» » Gianandrea Noseda - Serge Rachmaninoff: The Miserly Knight
Gianandrea Noseda - Serge Rachmaninoff: The Miserly Knight album download

Gianandrea Noseda - Serge Rachmaninoff: The Miserly Knight album download

Gianandrea Noseda
Serge Rachmaninoff: The Miserly Knight
MP3 archive size:
1180 mb
FLAC archive size:
1912 mb
Other formats:

This 2009 recording, featuring the BBC Philharmonic conducted by Gianandrea Noseda, is a strong presentation of a work that is not likely to have wide appeal. The opera, based on a verse play by Pushkin, is not inherently very dramatic and is somewhat muddled about where its sympathies lie regarding the basically unsympathetic characters.

Composed By – Serge Rachmaninoff. Conductor – Gianandrea Noseda. Engineer – Stephen Rinker. Engineer – Celia Hutchison (2), Chris Hardman (2). Orchestra – BBC Philharmonic. Producer – Brian Pidgeon, Mike George. Tenor Vocals – Misha Didyk. The Miserly Knight, Op. 24 An opera in three scenes Libretto from the 'Little Tragedy' by Alexander Pushkin. Recorded in Studio 7, BBC New Broadcasting House, Manchester, 23 and 24 November 2008 and 21 April 2009.

Gianandrea Noseda Conductor. CD: 1 Tracks: 14 Length: 58:48. CD 1. Sergey Vasilyevich Rachmaninov Composer. The Miserly Knight (opera) O. 4 Work.

Noseda brings a verisimo-like passion to the music, compellingly building and releasing all the dramatic tension of Pushkin’s tragedy. Listening to a performance as committed as this, I simply can’t see how any music enthusiast could fail to be moved and engaged by such a neat and thrilling piece of musical storytelling.

Album · 2009 · 14 Songs. Gennady Bezzubenkov, Ildar Abdrazakov, BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, Peter Bronder, Gianandrea Noseda, Sergey Murzaev & Misha Didyk. 2. Skupoy Ritsa (The Miserly Knight), Op.

Album including Album cover. Formats & Prices. The Miserly Knight is the finest of Rachmaninoff’s operas. If circumstances had been more favourable he would have composed far more of the stage, but the three short operas he did complete show that he had all the makings of a great opera composer. It is quite possible that The Miserly Knight was inspired by Rachmaninoff’s spendthrift father who frittered away the family’s fortune and, following his sister’s death from diphtheria, separated from Sergei’s mother. Opera is one of Gianandrea Noseda’s great musical passions and it is a genre he has explored to stunning effect with the BBC Philharmonic. In September he became Music Director at Teatro Regio in Turin, one of Europe’s leading opera houses, and he also appeared with the Royal Opera, Covent Garden, and La Scala, Turin.

Composer: Sergei Vasilievich Rachmaninoff. Conductor: Gianandrea Noseda. Performers: - Ildar Abdrazakov. In MP3 format In FLAC format. Rachmaninov - The Miserly Knight.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
The Miserly Knight, opera, Op. 24
1 Prelude Gianandrea Noseda 6:07
2 Scene 1. Whatever happens, I shall appear at the tournament - Gianandrea Noseda 4:46
3 Scene 1. What has that idler Solomon to say? - Gianandrea Noseda 1:32
4 Scene 1. Your humble servant - Gianandrea Noseda 5:39
5 Scene 1. Yes, at the Baron's funeral more money will flow than tears - Gianandrea Noseda 2:49
6 Scene 1. What? Poison my father! - Gianandrea Noseda 3:08
7 Scene 2. Like the young libertine awaiting a meeting with some wily harlot - Gianandrea Noseda 6:01
8 Scene 2. Like some demon, from here I can rule the world! - Gianandrea Noseda 1:54
9 Scene 2. It doesn't seem much, but of how many human cares - Gianandrea Noseda 4:06
10 Scene 2. Every time I start to open a chest - Gianandrea Noseda 5:18
11 Scene 2. But after me who will have possession of it? - Gianandrea Noseda 5:03
12 Scene 3. Beleive me, Sire, I have long suffered the shame of bitter poverty - Gianandrea Noseda 1:40
13 Scene 3. Baron, I'm pleased to see you so hale and hearty - Gianandrea Noseda 6:52
14 Scene 3. You, here? You, here? Gianandrea Noseda 4:05