Gluck Opera Arias by CD at Eleven Rack. MPN: 028947867586. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Celebrating the 300th anniversary of Glucks birth, Daniel Behle presents this album of Glucks lesser known opera arias. Showcasing their rich variety
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Celebrating the 300th anniversary of Glucks birth, Daniel Behle presents this album of Glucks lesser known opera arias. Showcasing their rich variety of styles, he illustrates that these works are primed for revival
Daniel Behle is accompanied by one of Europes leading Baroque orchestras, Armonia Atenea, conducted by the extraordinary George Petrou
Making a first Decca appearance on Cecilia Bartolis recording of Steffanis Stabat Mater, Daniel Behles highly thought-of tenor voice has been compared with legends such as Richard Tauber and Anton Dermota
Four world premiere recordings are featured in a programme which includes arias from ten different Gluck operas
Greeces Armonia Atenea, conducted by George Petrou, continue to build their reputation as one of Europes leading Baroque orchestras
This album is being released in conjunction with Beethovens Creatures of Prometheus (also conducted by George Petrou in a searing performance with Armonia Atenea) in June 2014
Throughout, he demonstrates admirable evenness of tone across his range, and the ability to subtly convey the intricacies of religious devotion. (The Independent)
This album coincides with the release of Gluck: The Great Operas - a set featuring seven full operas, and a special disc of historical recordings and rarities, paying homage to the key role of this composer in the development of opera as an art form
5.04 x 0.39 x 5.63 inches
4.97 x 0.54 x 5.55 inches
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The operas of Joseph Haydn are far less known today than those of hiscontemporaries Christoph Willibald von Gluck (1714 1787) and WolfgangAmadeus Mozart (1756 1791). In 1790 Haydn was generally considered themost famous composer of his age, but the r...