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Jerusalem : opera in quattro atti

Author: Alphonse RoyerGustave VaëzTemistocle SoleraIvan MomirovVerónica VillarroelAll authors
Publisher: Ratingen, Germany : TDK Mediactive, [2003], ©2002.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : NTSC color broadcast system : FrenchView all editions and formats
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Set in Toulouse and Palestine in 1095 and 1099, a man (Roger) covets his brother Gaston's wife (Hélène) but his plot to kill Gaston goes awry and ends in the death of the Count and Gaston's disgrace and exile. Four years pass and the Crusaders in Palestine meet Gaston who is disguised as a hermit. The hermit accompanies the Crusaders into battle. Hélène has been captured by the Arabians and taken to the Emir's  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Televised operas
Feature films
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Alphonse Royer; Gustave Vaëz; Temistocle Solera; Ivan Momirov; Verónica Villarroel; Federica Bragaglia; Alain Fondary; Carlo Colombara; Giorgio Casciarri; Michel Plasson; Danilo Donati; Mauro Bigonzetti; Piergiorgio Gay; Paola Longobardo; Giuseppe Verdi; Teatro Carlo Felice.; RaiUno (Television station : Italy); Rai Fiction (Firm); TDK Mediactive (Firm)
OCLC Number: 52370734
Language Note: Sound tracks in French (LPCM stereo ; Dolby Digital 5.1 ; DTS 5.1); subtitles in English, French, Spanish and Italian.
Notes: Originally produced for television in 2000.
Aspect ratio: 4:3.
Program notes and synopsis in English (11 p. ; 18 cm.) in container.
Credits: Set and costume design, Danilo Donati ; choreography, Mauro Bigonzetti ; director, Piergiogio Gay ; director, Paola Longobardo.
Performer(s): Ivan Momirov (Gaston), Veronica Villarroel (Hélène), Federica Bragaglia (Isaure), Alain Fondary (Comte de Toulouse), Carlo Colombarra (Roger), Giorgio Casciarri (Raymond), Carlo Di Cristoforo (Adhémar) ; Corps de Ballet, Orchestra and Chorus of the Teatro Carlo Felice ; Michel Plasson, conductor.
Event notes: Recorded Nov. 2000, Teatro Carlo Felice, Genoa.
Description: 2 videodiscs (166 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD, NTSC, all regions; 4:3 aspect ratio; LCPM stereo, Digital 5.1, DTS 5.1.
Responsibility: RAI Uno e RAI Fiction presentano ; libretto di Alphonse Royer e Gustave Vaëz, dal libretto di Temistocle Solera per "I Lombardi alla prima Crociata" ; musica di Giuseppe Verdi.

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Set in Toulouse and Palestine in 1095 and 1099, a man (Roger) covets his brother Gaston's wife (Hélène) but his plot to kill Gaston goes awry and ends in the death of the Count and Gaston's disgrace and exile. Four years pass and the Crusaders in Palestine meet Gaston who is disguised as a hermit. The hermit accompanies the Crusaders into battle. Hélène has been captured by the Arabians and taken to the Emir's palace where she is reunited with Gaston. Trying to escape, they are halted and she is placed in the harem. The crusaders invade the harem and discover Hélène. They denounce her for consorting with Gaston whom they take into custody and later condemn to be publicly humiliated and executed. A battle once again flares up between the Crusaders and Infidels and Gaston and Roger rush off to join the attack. Gaston re-enters later with the Count and together they proclaim victory. Roger, mortally wounded, is brought in. He reveals it was he who ordered the now infamous attack and Gaston is pardoned.

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