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Fri Mar 21 17:13:09 2014 UTClccn-nr930364420.28Carmen0.530.84La dame blanche61738859Laurent_Naourinr 930364423455091Naoury, Laurent, 1964-lccn-nr90007707Minkowski, Marccndprflccn-n92000617Dessay, Natalie1965-sngprfvoclccn-n90676691Musiciens du Louvreprfitrmuslccn-n90682279Fouchécourt, Jean-Paulsngprfvoclccn-no96060853Beuron, Yannsngprfvoclccn-no00101942Musiciens du LouvreChœurprflccn-n95063167Delünsch, Mireillesngprfvoclccn-n81023021Christie, William(William Lincoln)cndprfcmmlccn-n81024425Arts florissants (Musical group)prfitrmusvoclccn-n50000571Rameau, Jean-Philippe1683-1764cmpNaouri, Laurent1964-DramaFilm adaptationsTelevision adaptationsParodies, imitations, etcMusicHistoryMusical settingsFilm and video adaptationsOpera filmsOperasCarmen (Fictitious character)SpainBalletsMan-woman relationshipsRomaniesMérimée, Prosper,JealousyFlamencoOrpheus (Greek mythology)Song cyclesOperas--ExcerptsFlamenco dancersTheater rehearsalsCantatas, SecularHippolytus (Greek mythology)Women--Sexual behaviorSerial murderersSongs with pianoOverturesBullfightersSpain--SevilleSoldiersLive sound recordingsVocal trios with orchestraFrance--ParisHelen of Troy (Greek mythology)Songs (Medium voice) with pianoSpanish languageDeMille, Cecil B.--(Cecil Blount),Cellini, Benvenuto,Carmen (Bizet, Georges)Motion pictures, SpanishSeductionBizet, Georges,United StatesAsiansGalatea, sea nymph (Greek deity)Acis (Greek mythology)Songs (Medium voice) with instrumental ensembleVocalises (Medium voice) with pianoFilm adaptationsUnrequited loveMotion picturesDanceBalletMusic videosFlamenco musicCarmen (Mérimée, Prosper)Stage adaptations19641991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201320146976294612782.1M1500.B59ocn041062882ocn057017606ocn033451697ocn036913022ocn056393903ocn044801176ocn058811977ocn061269421ocn042967174ocn056053107ocn044093388ocn042793298ocn030889712ocn056394912ocn048917359ocn057468339ocn129699638ocn854922040ocn039183855ocn841414828ocn659337973ocn658464302ocn659014722ocn658329789ocn766958174ocn662001799ocn662173509ocn691606900ocn780272789ocn692043639ocn86509624047513ocn033451697rcrd19950.56Rameau, Jean-PhilippeHippolyte et AricieDrama42116ocn041062882rcrd19980.53Offenbach, JacquesOrphée aux enfersDramaOrphée aux enfers: Opéra-bouffe en deux actes (Version de 1858 augmentée d'élements de la version de 1874). Livret: H.Crémieux et L.Halévy3205ocn044093388rcrd19990.53Handel, George FridericAlcinaMusical settings29412ocn053187030visu20030.28Bizet, GeorgesCarmenHistoryParodies, imitations, etcDramaFilm and video adaptationsTelevision adaptationsFilm adaptationsOpera filmsThe Spanish gypsy Carmen lives only for sensuality. Love drives her from man to man. She encompasses the sergeant Don José with her wiles, and leads him to mutiny and desertion. Finally nothing remains for him but to join a band of smugglers of which Carmen is a member. His fate is endurable as long as he keeps hold of the love of Carmen, but when she turns from him he is sunk into despair2251ocn057017606visu20040.32Berlioz, HectorThe Trojans opera in five actsSir John Eliot Gardiner conducts the Monteverdi Choir, Choeur du Theatre du Chatelet and Orchestre Revolutionnaire et Romantique in Berlioz's towering opera, recorded in High Definition at Le Chatlet, Paris. With Gregory Kunde and Anna Caterina Antonacci22212ocn044801176rcrd20000.47Rameau, Jean-PhilippeDardanus22013ocn840331710file19960.84Boieldieu, ALa dame blancheMusical settingsLa Dame blanche: Opéra comique en trois actes. Livret: Eugène Scribe2013ocn058811977file20030.50Ravel, MauriceSongs1873ocn042967174rcrd19990.56Stravinsky, IgorLe rossignol RenardRenard.. 4 voix d'hommes et orchestre de chambre. Stravinski, Igor42301864ocn062559069visu20050.79Rameau, Jean-PhilippeLes paladins comédie-ballet en trois actes de1848ocn056394912visu20020.63Rameau, Jean-PhilippePlatée comic opera"Written for the 1745 marriage of the Dauphin and the Spanish Infanta, Platée was a minor revolution when first performed, and was also the first purely burlesque work staged. Rameau's work on the vicissitudes of love satirises the sacrosanct rules of 18th century operatic form and is an enormous pastiche of traditional French opera. With love as its most popular subject, Rameau's use of Jupiter's feigned courtship of Plataea gleefully parodies every 18th century musical form. Thalia and Momus have come to help Thespius, the inventor of comedy, stage a performance to correct the faults of humans. The subject will be "the laughable strategy" once used by Jupiter to cure the jealousy of the irascible Juno."--SBS1836ocn042793298rcrd19990.56Gluck, Christoph WillibaldArmide1723ocn030889712rcrd19940.59Lully, Jean-BaptistePhaëtonPhaëton: Tragédie en musique en cinq actes et un prologue. Livret: Philippe Quinault1671ocn056393903visu20040.76Rameau, Jean-PhilippeLes Boréades "tragédie en musique" en five acts : posthumous opera (1764)The mythical tale of a young queen, Alphise, determined to abdicate rather than contemplate an enforced marriage to a descendant of Boreas. Written in 1763, the opera was abandoned in rehearsal for reasons still unclear; Rameau died the following year and the work disappeared from public view for more than 200 years1598ocn854922040rcrd20030.73Handel, George FridericAci, Galatea e PolifemoMusic1583ocn051026058rcrd20020.28Offenbach, JacquesAnne Sofie von Otter sings Offenbach1554ocn048917359rcrd20010.35Offenbach, JacquesLa belle Hélène [opéra-bouffe en 3 actes]Drama1364ocn811472869file20000.53Berlioz, HectorBéatrice et Bénédict1346ocn061269421visu19990.50Stravinsky, IgorLe rossignolGetting into his grandfather's pottery workshop at night, a little boy finds an unusually large vase. Fascinated, the child feels the still-warm material, which - whether by a miracle or the hand of a magician, who knows? - at once changes into a magnificent piece of Chinese porcelain. Presently, from behind the great blue-enamelled trees, there appears a fisherman in his sampan....That's how the story of The nightingale, told all in music, begins, as the waking dream of a child in the land of Chinese art - and of mobile phones and webcams1348ocn057468339rcrd20040.39Berlioz, HectorBenvenuto CelliniDramaFri Mar 21 15:45:34 EDT 2014batch21746