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Program for the concert in Buenos Aires, April 11

Cilea, Puccini, Mascagni & Catalani, as mentioned on this website.

PROGRAMA

Angela Gheorghiu, soprano
Roberto Alagna, tenor
Orquesta Estable del Teatro Colón
Director: Ramón Tebar

I
Francesco Cilèa (1866-1950)
Preludio de “La arlesiana”
La dolcissima effigie
(De “Adriana Lecouvreur”)
Angela Gheorghiu
Roberto Alagna

“Ecco, respiro appena… Io son l’umile ancella”
(De “Adriana Lecouvreur”)
Angela Gheorghiu

L'anima ho stanca
(De “Adriana Lecouvreur”)
Roberto Alagna

Senza lentezza (Acto II)
Andante sostenuto (Acto III)
Andante triste (Acto IV)
(Música orquestal de “Adriana Lecouvreur”)

“Poveri fiori…Ove, dunque, son io?”
(De “Adriana Lecouvreur”)
Angela Gheorghiu
Roberto Alagna

II

Giacomo Puccini (1858-1924)
Intermezzo de “Manon Lescaut”
Preludio al Acto III de “Edgar”

“Mario! Mario! Mario…Son qui!”
(Dúo del Acto I de “Tosca”)
Angela Gheorghiu
Roberto Alagna

“E lucevan le stelle”
(De “Tosca”)
Roberto Alagna
Pietro Mascagni (1863-1945)
Intermezzo de “L'amico Fritz”

Alfredo Catalani (1854-1893)
“Ebben! Ne andrò lontana”
(De “La Wally”)
Angela Gheorghiu
Giacomo Puccini

“Ah! Franchigia a Floria Tosca…O dolci mani”
(De “Tosca”)
Angela Gheorghiu
Roberto Alagna


No "Vissi d'arte".. :(

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7 comments:

  1. Irina,maybe as an encore Vissi.By the way I think the concert will be transmitted on the radio.I dn't know if I understood well.I saw this on Twitter.If I am right I will make an effort and wake up at 2:30 in the morning to hear it.Chris
    http://www.cienradios.com.ar/argentina/opera/vivo

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  2. Very interesting program, enjoy it, bonaerenses!

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  3. On the FB site of Roberto, it is written that this program is "peut-être pas tout à fait définitif"...

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  4. Somehow, this very interesting 'concept' concert has been turned into a musical mess. As you said, no 'Vissi d'arte' and no 'Recondita Armonia', no Phedra monolgue, no Menchikoff aria! But lots of useless orchestral music, mostly unrelated to the arias and duets. I really hope the program information is inaccurate (I haven't seen it yet in Teatro Colón's web page). Or let's hope they make up for it with the encores. The other thing: who's ever heard of that conductor? Anyway, let's hope it will be a great concert all the same.
    Marcelo

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  5. @Marcelo, unusual combination indeed
    @Annie, that note is always beneath the concert programs. will see

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  6. Ramón Tebar is a young spanish conductor. I think he will do "his" debut at the Teatro Colon and sure he will try hard.
    I think with “Mario! Mario! Mario… son qui!” and "Io son l'umile Ancella" in the same concert, will be an unforgettable day.
    I hope someone tell us the next day how the concert was.

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  7. Great performce! Lovely. Very good conductor.

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