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A Britten Collection - Paul Daniel / Mark Elder / Edward Gardner (5 Blu-ray)

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Peter Grimes
Recorded live at the Teatro all Scala, June 2012. Directed by Richard Jones
John Graham-Hall (Peter Grimes), Susan Gritton (Ellen Orford), Christopher Purves (Balstrode), Felicity Palmer (Auntie), Ida Falk Winland (First Niece), Simona Mihai (Second Niece), Peter Hoare (Bob Boles), Daniel Okulitch (Swallow), Catherine Wyn-Rogers (Mrs. Sedley), Christopher Gillett (Rev. Horace Adams), George Von Bergen (Ned Keene)
Orchestra e Coro del Teatro alla Scala, Robin Ticciati

The Rape of Lucretia
Recorded live at the Aldeburgh Festival, The Maltings, Snape, 2001. Directed by David McVicar
Sarah Connolly (Lucretia), Christopher Maltman (Tarquinius), Catherine Wyn-Rogers (Bianca), Mary Nelson (Lucia), Leigh Melrose (Junius), Clive Bayley (Collatinus), Orla Boylan (Female Chorus) & John Mark Ainsley (Male Chorus)
English National Opera, Paul Daniel

Billy Budd
Recorded in 2010. Directed by Michael Grandage
John Mark Ainsley (Captain Vere), Jacques Imbrailo (Billy Budd), Phillip Ens (Claggart), Iain Paterson (Mr Redburn), Matthew Rose (Mr Flint), Darren Jeffery (Lieutenant Ratcliffe), Alasdair Elliott (Red Whiskers), John Moore (Donald), Jeremy White (Dansker), Ben Johnson (Novice), Colin Judson (Squeak) & Richard Mosley-Evans (Bosun)
The Glyndebourne Chorus & London Philharmonic Orchestra, Mark Elder

Gloriana
Recorded live at the Royal Opera House, June 2013. Directed by Richard Jones
Susan Bullock (Queen Elizabeth I), Toby Spence (Earl of Essex), Patricia Bardon (Countess of Essex), Mark Stone (Lord Mountjoy), Kate Royal (Lady Rich), Jeremy Carpenter (Sir Robert Cecil), Clive Bayley (Sir Walter Raleigh) & Brindley Sherratt (Ballad Singer)
Royal Opera Chorus & Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Paul Daniel

Death in Venice
Recorded live at The London Coliseum, June 2013. Directed by Deborah Warner
John Graham-Hall (Gustav von Aschenbach), Andrew Shore (Traveller/Elderly Fop/Gondolier/Barber/ Hotel Manager Player/Dionysus), Tim Mead (Apollo), Sam Zaldivar (Tadzio), Laura Caldow (The Polish Mother), Mia Angelina Mather/Xhuliana Shehu (Her Two Daughters), Joyce Henderson (The Governess), Marcio Teixeira (Jaschiu, Tadzio's friend)
Orchestra and Chorus of the English National Opera, Edward Gardner

Outstanding singers, conductors and directors come together in five diverse but compelling operas by Benjamin Britten. The turbulent, inward fishing community of Peter Grimes is transposed to a merciless 1980s society in Richard Jones' production, where mutual distrust and dislike have appalling consequences. An 'outstanding' Sarah Connolly (Guardian) stars in The Rape of Lucretia, navigating the difficult tale with superb poise and supported by acclaimed baritone Christopher Maltman in the role of Prince Tarquinius. Billy Budd is grippingly staged aboard the claustrophobic HMS Indomitable, with Jacques Imbrailo portraying the troubled sailor and John Mark Ainsley as the tormented Captain Vere in the 2010 Glyndebourne Festival Opera production by Michael Grandage. More light-hearted is the Royal Opera House staging of Gloriana, penned by Britten to celebrate the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. Focusing on the first Queen Elizabeth's stormy relationship with the Earl of Essex, the production features Susan Bullock as the monarch and Toby Spence as the hot-headed and ultimately treacherous Essex. Finally, Edward Gardner conducts the English National Opera in Deborah Warner's highly acclaimed production of Death in Venice. John Graham-Hall stars as the ageing Gustav von Aschenbach, whose attraction for a beautiful young Polish boy has fatal consequences. These productions from some of the world's best opera houses offer five masterful performances that are an ideal way to experience the music of Benjamin Britten. Filmed in High Definition and recorded in true Surround Sound.

Subtitles: EN/FR/DE/JP/KO (Peter Grimes/Rape of Lucretia/Gloriana); EN/FR/DE/KO (Death in Venice); EN/FR/DE/ES (Billy)

Sound format: 2.0 LPCM & 5.1(5.0) DTS

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Produktet blev oprettet søndag 29 november, 2015.
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