Gounod / Jonas Kaufmann, Marina Poplavskaya, René Pape, The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, Chorus And Ballet, Yannick Nézet-Séguin - Faust album FLAC
Jonas Kaufmann and René Pape in an excerpt from Des McAnuff's new production of Gounod's "Faust" at the Met Opera. Production: Des McAnuff Conductor: Yannick Nézet-Séguin. The Metropolitan Opera 2011-12 Season.
Gounod, Jonas Kaufmann, Marina Poplavskaya, René Pape, The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, Chorus And Ballet, Yannick Nézet-Séguin - Faust (Blu-ray, Multichannel).
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Tenor Jonas Kaufmann is riveting as the title character of Gounod’s popular opera, seen in this Live in HD presentation of Des McAnuff’s thrilling 2011 production that places the mythical and timeless story in an early 20th-century setting. René Pape as Méphistophélès is menacing and elegant in equal measure, and Marina Poplavskaya delivers a searingly intense portrayal of the innocent Marguerite. Russell Braun as her brother, Valentin, shines in his Act II aria. On the podium, Yannick Nézet-Séguin brings out all the lyricism and drama of Gounod’s score. You might also enjoy.
Star conductor Yannick Nézet-Séguin draws an elegant, darkly textured performance from the Metropolitan Opera orchestra. Also released in March 2014 is Werther on Blu-Ray featuring Jonas Kaufmann. Mr. Kaufmann, a Met supersta. as a handsome, vocally splendid Faust. He sang the pensive and romantic passages with veiled dusky colorings and tender lyricism, and unleashed pent-up power in full-bodied phrases, capped by fearless high notes. -The New York Times. Yannick Nezet-Seguin did a marvelous performance, or should I say the orchestra? My headset caught it all and I was transported back to my youth at L'Opera de Paris from many years ago. Russell Braun was wonderful, especially in his forceful condemnation of Marguerite.
Cast: Faust - Jonas Kaufmann Méphistophélès - René Pape Wagner - Jonathan Beyer Valentin - Russell Braun Siébel - Michèle Losier Marguerite - Mariana Poplavskaya Marthe - Wendy White The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, Chorus and Ballet Conductor - Yannick Nézet-Séguin.
CHARLES GOUNOD - Faust - Jonas Kaufmann - Marina Poplavskaya · René Pape - The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, Chorus and Ballet - Yannick Nézet-Séguin. Jonas Kaufmann, René Pape, Jonathan Beyer, Russell Braun, Michèle Losier, Marina Poplavskaya, Metropolitan Opera Chorus, Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, Yannick Nézet-Séguin. 2. Gounod: Faust - Introduction by Joyce DiDonato.
Jonas Kaufmann, Marina Poplavskaya, René Pape; Metropolitan Opera/Yannick Nézet-Séguin; dir. Des McAnuff (New York, 2011). Leaving aside the curious notion that the road to Los Alamos began in Wittenberg, Gounod’s opera is less about Faust the physicist than Faust as lover. And while Valentin and his comrades as soldiers returning from Verdun is an attractive idea, and the set with its huge cast-iron balconies and spiral staircases is suitably Frankensteinian, it’s the relationship between Faust and the woman he ruins that should be centre stage. Here the Met plays a fistful of trumps. Jonas Kaufmann is an ardent Faust and, in smart evening clothes, is as stylish sartorially as he is vocally
Orchestra & Chorus of The Metropolitan Opera. Yannick Nézet-Séguin. Jonas Kaufmann (Faust), René Pape (Méphistophélès), Marina Poplavskaya (Marguerite), Russell Braun (Valentin), Jonathan Beyer (Wagner), Michèle Losier (Siébel), Wendy White (Marthe). Jonas Kaufmann leads an all-star cast in a thrilling performance of Gounod’s melodrama.
The Metropolitan Opera (commonly known as The Met) is an opera company based in New York City, resident at the Metropolitan Opera House at the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. The company is operated by the non-profit Metropolitan Opera Association, with Peter Gelb as general manager. As of 2018, the company's current music director is Yannick Nézet-Séguin. The Met was founded in 1880 as an alternative to the previously established Academy of Music opera house, and debuted in 1883 in a new building on 39th and Broadway (now known as the "Old Met"). The company also employs numerous free-lance dancers, actors, musicians and other performers throughout the season.
Faust - Live in HD (2 DVD) - Met Opera Composer: Charles Gounod DVD Release Date: March 25, 2014 Conductor: Yannick Nézet-Séguin Stage Director: Desmond McAnuff Artists: Jonas Kaufmann Marina Poplavskaya René Pape Orchestra: Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, Chorus and Ballet Label: Decca Region: Region 1 (. Tenor Jonas Kaufmann is riveting as the title character of Gounod’s Faust in this Met Opera Live in HD production by Tony Award winning stage director Desmond McAnuff that is set in the early 20th Century, with Faust portrayed as an atomic scientist. Faust opened the first Metropolitan Opera House on Broadway and 39th Street in October 1883 and for many years remained the company’s most frequently performed opera.
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|1||Faust (Opera In Five Acts)
Composed By – Charles GounodLibretto By – Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Jules Barbier, Michel Carré Text By [Based On The Play 'Faust Et Marguerite' By] – Carré*Text By [Based On The Play 'Faust', Part I By] – Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
- Copyright (c) – The Metropolitan Opera
- Copyright (c) – Decca Music Group Limited
- Filmed At – The Metropolitan Opera House
- Booklet Editor, Art Direction – WLP Ltd.
- Choreography – Kelly Devine
- Chorus – The Metropolitan Opera Chorus*
- Chorus Master – Donald Palumbo
- Conductor – Yannick Nézet-Séguin
- Directed By [Staged Production] – Des McAnuff
- Executive-Producer – Peter Gelb
- Film Director [Directed For Video] – Barbara Willis Sweete
- Hosted By – Joyce DiDonato
- Management [Decca Project Management] – Jonathan Coates
- Orchestra – The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra*
- Producer – Louisa Briccetti, Victoria Warivonchik
- Producer [Blu-ray Production] – MSM Studios
- Producer [Music Producer] – Jay David Saks
- Supervised By [Supervising Producers] – Elena Park , Mia Bongiovanni
- Vocals [Faust] – Jonas Kaufmann
- Vocals [Marguerite] – Marina Poplavskaya
- Vocals [Marthe] – Wendy White
- Vocals [Méphistophélès] – René Pape
- Vocals [Siébel] – Michèle Losier
- Vocals [Valentin] – Russell Braun
- Vocals [Wagner] – Jonathan Beyer
Opera in five acts.
Sung in French.
A co-production of the Metropolitan Opera and English National Opera.
Film (C) 2011 The Metropolitan Opera.
A Metropolitan Opera High Definition Production.
Duration: 187 Mins / 1080i60 HD 16:9 / Colour / All Regions / BD-50 / Menus: English
Sound: LPCM 26-bit Stereo / DTS-HD Master Audio 24-bit Surround
Subtitles: French (Sung language), English, German, Chinese, Korean.
Comes in standard BD Keep case with 36-page booklet.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 44007 43812 1
- Label Code: LC 0171
- Other: D|H
- Rights Society: BIEM/SDRM