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Songs and music
|Additional Physical Format:||Source record:
Stravinsky, Igor, 1882-1971.
St. Petersburg, Russia : Mariinsky, ℗2010
|Named Person:||Oedipus, (Greek mythological figure); Oedipus, (Greek mythological figure)|
|Material Type:||Music, Sound recording, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File, Sound Recording|
|Music Type:||Ballets; Operas; Oratorios|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Igor Stravinsky; Jean Cocteau; Mlada Khudoleĭ; Olʹga Savova; Aleksandr Timchenko; Andreĭ Serov, (Bass); Alexander Mogilevsky; Svetlana Smolina; I︠U︡lii︠a︡ Zaichkina; Maxim Mogilevsky; Gérard Depardieu; Ekaterina Semenchuk; Sergeĭ Semishkur; Evgeniĭ Nikitin; Mikhail Petrenko; Valeriĭ Gergiev; Mariinskiĭ teatr (1991- )
|Language Note:||The 1st work sung in Russian; the 2nd sung in Latin with spoken narration in French.|
|Notes:||Title order reversed on disc and container; the 1st work a ballet for solo voices, chorus, four pianos, and percussion; the 2nd an opera-oratorio.
Text of the 1st work from traditional Russian wedding rituals; libretto of the 2nd work by Jean Cocteau, translated into Latin by J. Daniélou.
Texts in Russian (Cyrillic), French, and Latin with English translations and program notes in Russian (Cyrillic), English, and French (77 p. : ill., ports.) in container.
|Performer(s):||In the 1st work: Mlada Khudoley, soprano ; Olga Savova, mezzo-soprano ; Alexander Timchenko, tenor ; Andrei Serov, bass ; Alexander Mogilevsky, Svetlana Smolina, Yulia Zaichkina, Maxim Mogilevsky, pianos. In the 2nd work: Gérard Depardieu, narrator ; Ekaterina Semenchuk, mezzo-soprano ; Sergei Semishkur, Alexander Timchenko, tenors ; Evgeny Nikitin, bass-baritone ; Mikhail Petrenko, bass. In both works: Mariinsky Orchestra and Chorus ; Valery Gergiev, conductor.|
|Event notes:||Recorded in the Concert Hall of the Mariinsksy Theatre, St. Petersburg, Russia, Dec. 28-31, 2009 and Feb. 4-8, 2010.|
|Description:||1 online resource (1 sound file)|
|Contents:||Les noces : a dance cantata after traditional Russian texts (21:22) --
Oedipus Rex : opera-oratorio in two acts after Sophocles / libretto in French by Jean Cocteau, translated into Latin with the exception of the narrator's text by Abbé Jean Daniélou (52:27).