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Mirages – Sabine Devieilhe

Messager Le jour sous le soleil beni (from Madame Chrysanthème)
Debussy Mes longs cheveux (from Pelléas et Mélisande)
Delibes Où va la jeune Indoue? ‘Bell Song’ (from Lakmé)
Maurice Delage 4 poèmes hindous
Debussy La romance d’Ariel
Delibes Viens, Mallika…Sous le dôme épais (from Lakmé)
Stravinsky Ah, joie, emplis mon coeur (from Le Rossignol)
Thomas, Ambroise A vos jeux, mes amis (from Hamlet)
Berlioz La Mort d’Ophélie
Massenet Celle qui vient est plus belle (from Thaïs)
Koechlin Shéhérazade Op. 84, Vol. 2: Le voyage
Delibes Tu m’as as donné le plus doux rêve (from Lakmé)

Sabine Devieilhe, Jodie Devos, Marianne Crebassa, Alexandre Tharaud, Les Siecles, Francois-Xavier Roth

Format: 1 CD
Release date: 10/11/2017
Barcode: 0190295767723 Catégories : , , , ,

13,99

Révélation lyrique majeure de ces dernières années, la soprano à la voix de cristal Sabine Devieilhe sublime les chefs-d’oeuvre du répertoire français du début du XXe siècle.

Als belangrijke revelatie van de laatste jaren, brengt de kristalheldere sopraan Sabine Devieilhe enkele meesterwerken van het Franse repertoire van het begin van de 20e eeuw.

   in Opera Now (Jan, 2018)
The mezzo crops again on her compatriot Sabine Devieilhe‘s album, Mirages. This collection of French arias and songs showcases the coloratura soprano in music that reflects the 19th-century fascination with all things exotic. The accompanying booklet is littered with words such as ‘perfume’, ‘mysterious’ and ‘dreamlike’; Edward Said must be turning in his grave. Devieilhe opens with Messager’s sensuous aria from Madame Chrysanthème, which she stylishly slithers through, followed by such old diva warhorses as the Bell Song from Lakmé and Ophélie’s Mad Scene from Thomas’ Hamlet. There are also some rarities like the Quatre poèmes hindous by Delage, each painting the atmosphere of an Indian city in deftmusical brushstrokes. …
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