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Prologue And Act 1 - Stravinsky* - Oedipus Rex (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Jun 26,  · Oedipus Rex is one of the very first masterpieces of Stravinsky's neo-Classical period, in which he attempted to invest old forms with new vitality, and it is an impressive and absorbing musical.
  2. Opera Arias Home > Stravinsky > Oedipus Rex > Libretto Libretto list. Oedipus Rex Libretto. PROLOGUE NARRATEUR Vous allez entendre une version latine d'Oedipe-Roi. Afin de vous épargner tout effort d'oreille et de mémoire et comme lópéra-oratorio .
  3. Oedipus Rex Act I Prologue - Introducing Creon - Introducing Tiresias - Act II Introducing Jocasta - Introducing the Messenger - Epilogue - Les Noces Part I Scene 1: The Tresses (At the Bride's House) - Scene 2: At the Bridegroom's House - Scene 3: The Departure.
  4. Stravinsky: Oedipus Rex. Acanta: Buy 2 CDs online. Peter Pears (Oedipus), Martha Mödl (Jocaste), Heinz Rehfuß (Kreon), Otto von Rohr (Tiresias), Helmut Krebs (Shepherd) & Werner Hessenland (narrator) Cologne Radio Symphony Orchestra, Male-voice choir of NWDR, Igor Stravinsky.
  5. The play opens in front of Oedipus ' palace at Thebes. A plague besets the city, and Oedipus enters to find a priest and crowd of children praying to the gods to free them from the curse. A blight, the priest tells Oedipus, has destroyed their crops and livestock - and even rendered their women sterile, unable to .
  6. Stravinsky: Oedipus Rex by Philip Langridge, Florence Quivar, James Morris, Jan-Hendrik Rootering, Donald K () opera-oratorio in 2 acts: Act 1. prologue 2. Oedipus Rex, opera-oratorio in 2 acts: Act 2. Epilogue 3. Symphony of Psalms, for chorus & orchestra: I. Exaudi orationem meam, Domine (Psalm 39; att.) a Supraphon vinyl 5/5(2).
  7. Oedipus rex is an "opera-oratorio after Sophocles" by Igor Stravinsky, scored for orchestra, speaker, soloists, and male kirootvitoripullewebnexttudoka.coinfo libretto, based on Sophocles's tragedy, was written by Jean Cocteau in French and then translated by Abbé Jean Daniélou into Latin; the narration, however, is performed in the language of the audience.
  8. Sello: CBS Masterworks ML Formato: Vinilo, LP MONOAURAL País: CHILE Edición: ? Género: clásico Estilo: clásico moderno, Opera ESTADO DEL PRODUCTO Cover: Impecable Funda: Impecable Disco: Ruido de surco leve.
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