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Les indes galantes : opéra-ballet en un prologue et quatre actes [= opéra-ballet in a prologue and four entrées] (1735)

Author: Fuzelier, M.Andrei SerbanThomas GrimmDanielle De NieseJoão FernandesAll authors
Publisher: [United Kingdom] : Opus Arte, ©2005.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : NTSC color broadcast system : FrenchView all editions and formats
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"[E]xuberant production of Jean-Philippe Rameau's second opera ... presents four exotic love stories ... In Le Turc généreux, Osman sets free his captive, Emilie, whom he loves, so that she may be reunited with her former lover, Valère; Les Incas du Pérou is all about the rivalry of the Inca Huascar and the Spaniard Don Carlos, both in pursuit of Princess Phani; Les Fleurs, fête persane offers a Persian love  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Televised operas
Televised ballets
Nonfiction television programs
Televised performances
Music videos
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Fuzelier, M.; Andrei Serban; Thomas Grimm; Danielle De Niese; João Fernandes; Valérie Gabail; Nicolas Cavallier; Anna Maria Panzarella; Paul Agnew; Nathan Berg; Jaël Azzaretti; François Piolino; Richard Croft; William Christie; Jean-Philippe Rameau; Arts florissants (Musical group); Opéra national de Paris.; LGM (Firm); Société nationale télévision française 1.; Mezzo (Television station : Paris, France); Centre national de la cinématographie (France); Opus Arte (Firm)
OCLC Number: 61678816
Language Note: Sung in French ; optional English, French, German, Italian or Spanish subtitles ; program, historical and biographical notes in English, French and German.
Notes: Opéra-ballet in a prologue and four acts.
Opera composed in 1735.
Credits: Chorégraphie [= Choreography], Blanca Li ; directeur de la photographie [= director of photography], Thierry Houlette.
Performer(s): Danielle de Niese, Joa̋o Fernandez, Valérie Gabail, Nicolas Cavallier, Anna Maria Panzarella, Paul Agnew, Nathan Berg, Jaël Azzaretti, Franc̜ois Piolino, Richard Croft, Gaële Le Roi, Malin Hartelius, Nicolas Rivenq, Christoph Strehl, Christophe Fel, Patricia Petibon ; Orchestre et Choeur, Les Arts Florissants, conducted by William Christie.
Event notes: Recorded live at the Opéra National de Paris-Opéra Garnier on Sept. 22, 24 & 25, 2003.
Description: 2 videodiscs (244 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 guide (24 p. ; 18 cm.)
Details: DVD-9; NTSC, all regions; anamorphic widescreen (16:9 enhanced) presentation; DTS Surround or LPCM Stereo.
Contents: Disc 1. Prologue --
Le Turc généreux --
Les Incas du Pérou ; Bonus features: Synopsis (in English ; ca. 3 min.) --
Cast gallery ; Disc 2. Les Fleurs, fête persane ; Les Sauvages ; Bonus features: Swinging Rameau (A film by Reiner E. Moritz ; ca. 51 min.) Biographies [text feature] (Available in English, French or German).
Responsibility: Opus Arte ; une co-production Opéra national de Paris, LGM avec la participation de TF1 et Mezzo et du Centre National de la Cinématographie ; Jean-Philippe Rameau ; livret de Louis Fuzelier ; direction musicale [= musical director], William Christie ; mise en scène [= stage director], Andrei Serban ; réalisation [= director], Thomas Grimm.

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"[E]xuberant production of Jean-Philippe Rameau's second opera ... presents four exotic love stories ... In Le Turc généreux, Osman sets free his captive, Emilie, whom he loves, so that she may be reunited with her former lover, Valère; Les Incas du Pérou is all about the rivalry of the Inca Huascar and the Spaniard Don Carlos, both in pursuit of Princess Phani; Les Fleurs, fête persane offers a Persian love intrigue, as the Sultana Fatime tries to detect whether her husband Tacmas has his eye on the lovely Atalide; and Les Sauvages takes us to North America, where a Spaniard and a Frenchman compete for the love of Zima, daughter of a native chief, who prefers one of her own people."--Container.

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