Beethoven: Leonore (1805 version)

Opera Lafayette, Ryan Brown

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Beethoven started composing Leonore in January 1804. The subject - the release to freedom of an unjustly imprisoned man by his devoted wife - was part of the genre of 'rescue operas' which were very popular at the end of the 18th century. The premiere of Leonore, given before an uncomprehending audience at a time of political

upheaval, was a failure and Beethoven responded by shortening the work from three acts to two, which was the version performed in 1806. After further revisions it was to emerge in 1814 as Fidelio. This performance is from Opera Lafayette's Leonore Project which included a performance of Pierre Gaveaux's Léonore, ou L'Amour conjugal.

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Beethoven: Leonore

Nathalie Paulin, Jean-Michel Richer, Stephen Hegedus, Pascale Beaudin, Matthew Scollin, Keven Geddes, Alexandre Sylvestre, Opera Lafayette, Ryan Brown

Ficha Técnica

Tipo de ProdutoDVD
Selo/Editora
Número de Catálogo/ISBN0747313567454
Procedência
Peso de item
Data gravação2021
Data de Lançamento2021
DVD - SistemaColour
DVD - Descrição16:9
DVD - ÁudioPCM Stereo
DVD - IdiomaGerman
DVD - Tempo148 min.
DVD - LegendasGerman, English, French, Japanese, Korean