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Wolfgang Rihm / Renate Behle, Richard Salter, Philharmonisches Staatsorchester Hamburg, Ingo Metzmacher - Die Eroberung Von Mexico album

Wolfgang Rihm / Renate Behle, Richard Salter, Philharmonisches Staatsorchester Hamburg, Ingo Metzmacher - Die Eroberung Von Mexico album

  • Performer: Wolfgang Rihm
  • Genre: Classical
  • Title: Die Eroberung Von Mexico
  • Released: 1992
  • Style: Contemporary
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Die Eroberung von Mexico. Disc: 1. 1. The Conquest of Mexico: Omens: Beginn. Melodie einer Landschaft, die das Gewitter kommen spurt. 2. The Conquest of Mexico: Omens: 'Schatten von Wildpferden' (Montezuma). 3. The Conquest of Mexico: Omens: 'Schatten Meteore Blitz' (Cortez). 4. The Conquest of Mexico: Omens: 'Der Krieg, den ich fuhren will' (Montezuma). 5. The Conquest of Mexico: Omens: Raiz del hombre - 1. Strophe.

Wolfgang Rihm: Die Eroberung von Mexico. study score, 120’ Instr. 3 4 4 1 - 3 3 3 1 - timp, perc(5), hp, pno, . rg, . ass(2), vln(2), vla(2), vc(6), cb(4) - wind machine. Purchase information. Wolfgang Rihm: Die Eroberung von Mexico. piano reduction, 120’ Instr. Philharmonisches Staatsorchester Hamburg. Conductor: Ingo Metzmacher. Main soloists: Richard Salter - Cortez; Renate Behle - Montezuma; Miriam Goldschmidt - Malinche; Peter Kollek - Der schreiende Mann.

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Hamburg State Philharmonic Orchestra. Conductor, Primary Artist. Liner Note Translation, Lyric Translation.

Die Eroberung von Mexico (The Conquest of Mexico) is an opera in four acts by Wolfgang Rihm, premiered in Hamburg on 9 February 1992. The libretto, by the composer, is based on Antonin Artaud's 1932 text, La conquête du Mexique, but also included elements of Artaud's Le théâtre de Séraphin and of poetry by Octavio Paz (his 1937 poem, "The Root of Man"). The work also cites an Aztec poem believed to be from the early 16th century, originally written in Nahuatl

Renate Behle (born Renate Summer in 1945) is an Austrian operatic mezzo-soprano and soprano who made an international career, based in Germany. She was professor of voice at the from 2000 to 2010. Wolfgang Rihm: Die Eroberung von Mexico (Ingo Metzmacher). Beethoven: Ninth Symphony (Michael Gielen). She appears on two DVDs of Stuttgart opera productions

Alban Berg; Ingo Metzmacher, Philharmonisches Staatsorchester Hamburg, Chor der Hamburgischen Staatsoper. Album + Compilation. Die Eroberung von Mexico. Wolfgang Rihm; Renate Behle, Richard Salter, Chor der Hamburgischen Staatsoper, Philharmonisches Staatsorchester Hamburg, Ingo Metzmacher. Antonín Dvořák; Lívia Ághová, Josef Protschka, Ivan Kusnjer, Gerd Albrecht, Philharmonisches Staatsorchester Hamburg, Prager Philharmonischer Chor.

Wolfgang Rihm: Die Eroberung von Mexico (Ingo Metzmacher).

With the Bayerisches Staatsorchester Nagano has toured throughout Europe and in Japan and together they have recorded Bruckner Symphonies No. 4, 7 and 8. In January 2014, Kent Nagano returned to the Bayerische Staatsoper to conduct a revival of Widmann’s Babylon. Daniel Behle fascinates his audiences as a lieder singer at the Schwetzingen Festival, the Schubertiade, the Munich, the Cologne Philharmonie, Hamburg’s Laeiszhalle, the Beethoven House Bonn, London’s Wigmore Hall, the Richard Strauss Festival in en, at the Niedersächsische Musiktage and the Alte Oper Frankfurt. The Philharmonic State Orchestra is Hamburg’s largest and oldest orchestra, looking back on many years of musical history.

Home Classical Rihm Wolfgang Wolfgang Rihm - Die Eroberung von Mexico (2015). Wolfgang Rihm - Die Eroberung von Mexico (2015). In subject matter, Rihm nominally followed examples set by Gaspare Spontini and Roger Sessions and based his music theatre piece on the clash between Aztec ruler Montezuma and Spanish conquistador Hernán Cortés. But by casting a soprano as Montezuma and a baritone as Cortés and by fashioning a non-narrative libretto (from texts by Antonin Artaud and Octavio Paz) that is not time or space specific, Rihm produced a generic battle of the sexes. Leading the ORF Radio Symphony Orchestra Vienna, Ingo Metzmacher, who conducted the premiere in Hamburg years ago, ensured that the music sounded as good as it could. - George Loomis, f. om. download (mp3 @320 kbs)

Tracklist

Die Vorzeichen
1.01 Beginn. Melodie Einer Landschaft, Die Das Gewitter Kommen Spürt 14:06
1.02 "Schatten Von Wildpferden" (Montezuma) 4:59
1.03 "Schatten Meteore Blitz" (Cortez) 3:47
1.04 "Der Krieg, Den Ich Führen Will" (Montezuma) 5:45
1.05 Raíz Del Hombre - 1. Strophe 2:51
Bekenntnis
1.06 Beginn 7:38
1.07 "Ich Ahme Einen Krieger Nach" (Cortez) 2:07
1.08 "Seraphim? Neutral? Weiblich?" (Cortez) 2:57
1.09 Montezuma Und Cortez Stehen Einander Gegenüber 3:03
1.10 "Wir Sind Eure Wohltäter" (Cortez) 4:19
1.11 "Ist Das Alles?" (Cortez) 2:59
1.12 Die Muttergottes-Statue Wird Neben Die Huitzlipochtli-Statue Gestellt 2:18
1.13 Raíz Del Hombre - 2. Strophe 2:50
Die Umwälzungen
2.01 "Revolte, Revolte In Allen Schichten" (Flüsterchor) 4:51
2.02 "... Und Dies Wird Dicht An Einem Großen Schrei Sein" (Flüsterchor) 2:14
2.03 "Ich Zerschneide Den Eigentlichen Raum" (Montezuma) 1:56
2.04 Stilles Ritual Der Azteken. Tierkreis. 2:56
2.05 Spanische Soldaten Überfallen Die Azteken. Ein Blutbad. 5:32
2.06 Montezumas Ansprache 4:54
2.07 Raíz Del Hombre - 3. Strophe 2:32
Die Abdankung
2.08 "Lichter, Töne" (Zwei Sprecher) 7:05
2.09 Montezumas Leichenbegängnis 5:02
2.10 Zerstörung Der Religiösen Bildwerke (Der Azteken Und Spanier) 2:26
2.11 Verwüstung 5:40
2.12 Raíz Del Hombre - 4. Strophe 3:05

Credits

  • Alto Vocals – Susanne Otto
  • Chorus – Chor Der Hamburgischen Staatsoper
  • Chorus Master – Jürgen Schulz
  • Composed By – Wolfgang Rihm
  • Conductor – Ingo Metzmacher
  • Orchestra – Philharmonisches Staatsorchester Hamburg
  • Other [Opera Production] – Peter Mussbach
  • Soprano Vocals – Carmen Fugiss
  • Vocals [Cortez] – Richard Salter
  • Vocals [Montezuma] – Renate Behle
  • Voice Actor [Der Schreiende Mann] – Peter Kollek
  • Voice Actor [Sprecher] – Georg Becker, Hans Joachim Frey

Notes

Live recording of the premiere February 9, 1992.

Opera based on texts by Antonin Artaud.

CD 1 Total time: 59'47
CD 2 Total time: 48'18

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (scanned): 761203918522
  • Barcode (EAN): 0761203918522
  • Label Code: LC 8492
  • SPARS Code: DDD
  • Rights Society: GEMA