51. You must start work on it and bring it to completion." 48], and the scene on the pyre [nos. Énée then rushes on to tell of the devouring of the priest Laocoön by a sea serpent, after Laocoön had warned the Trojans to burn the horse. Entrent Énée sous un déguisement de matelot, Panthée, Ascagne, et les chefs troyens portant des présents. Chasse Royale et Orage – Pantomime (Chœur des Nymphes, Sylvains, Faunes), No. Didon and Énée have been separated from the rest of the hunting party. Anna dismisses such concerns and says that this indicates that Énée would be an excellent king for Carthage. Iopas conveys the news to Didon. The sentries' duet [no. She removes her veil and throws it on Énée's toga. Ghostly voices are heard calling "Italie! (Priam, Panthée, Chorèbe, Énée, Helenus, Cassandre, Ascagne, Hécube, Chorus) 8 Les Troyens, Act I: Que la déesse nous protège - A cet objet sacré formez cortège (Énée, Priam, All) 9 Les Troyens, Act I: Aria. One group of women admits to fear of death, and Cassandre dismisses them from her sight. 38], which was "greatly liked at the early performances and was well sung", was cut while Berlioz was at home sick with bronchitis. Before the act proper has started, the Greek soldiers hidden in the wooden horse have come out and begun to destroy Troy and its citizens. Marche et Hymne: "Dieux protecteurs" (Chœur), No. In private after these ceremonies, Didon and her sister Anna then discuss love.  In 1973, Rafael Kubelík conducted the first Metropolitan Opera staging of Les Troyens, in the opera's first performances in New York City and the third staging in the United States. Final: "Complices de sa gloire" (the same, un Chef Grec, Chœur des Grecs), No.  The preparation of this critical edition was the work of Hugh Macdonald, whose Cambridge University doctoral dissertation this was. In his memoirs, Berlioz described in excruciating detail the intense frustrations he experienced in seeing the work performed. American critic B. H. Haggin heard in the work Berlioz's "arrestingly individual musical mind operating in, and commanding attention with, the use of the [Berlioz] idiom with assured mastery and complete adequacy to the text's every demand". Merci beaucoup pour votre aide. Listen to Berlioz: Les Troyens, Op. Les Troyens (in English: The Trojans) is a French grand opera in five acts by Hector Berlioz. The new second act was the Chasse Royale et Orage ("Royal Hunt and Storm") [no. Georges Thill sang Énée in 1930.  Iopas's stanzas [no.  The Princess Carolyne zu Sayn-Wittgenstein was a prime motivator to Berlioz to compose this opera. Ottetto et Double Chœur: "Châtiment effroyable" (Ascagne, Cassandre, Hécube, Énée, Helenus, Chorèbe, Panthée, Priam, Chœur), No. To mark the 200th anniversary of Berlioz's birth in 2003, Les Troyens was revived in productions at the Théâtre du Châtelet in Paris (conducted by John Eliot Gardiner), De Nederlandse Opera in Amsterdam (conducted by Edo de Waart), and at the Metropolitan in New York (with Lorraine Hunt Lieberson as Didon, conducted by Levine). He finished the full score on 12 April 1858. No. Joyce DiDonato (Didon), Michael Spyres (Énée), Marie-Nicole Lemieux (Cassandre), Orchestre et Choeur philharmonique de Strasbourg, Badischer Staatsopernchor, Choeur de lâOpéra du Rhin, John Nelson The libretto was written by Berlioz himself from Virgil's epic poem the Aeneid; the score was composed between 1856 and 1858. However, Narbal worries that Didon has been neglecting the management of the state, distracted by her love for Énée. â¦. 36. Ô vous! Didon then appears, appalled at Énée's attempt to leave in secret, but still in love with him. 19. She then decides to offer sacrifice, including destroying the Trojans' gifts to her and hers to them. Récitatif et Septuor: "Mais banissons" (Ascagnes, Didon, Anna, Énée, Iopas, Narbal, Panthée, Chœur), No. Even in its less than ideal form, the work made a profound impression. Since the set change for this scene took nearly an hour, it was cut, despite the fact its staging had been greatly simplified with a painted waterfall backdrop rather than one with real water. The Opéra in Paris presented a production of La prise de Troie in 1899, and in 1919 mounted a production of Les Troyens à Carthage in Nîmes. Pour lâapaiser, suivez mes ordres sans retard. She then asks Énée for more tales of Troy. Album Berlioz: Les Troyens de Joyce Didonato : écouter en streaming et télécharger en MP3. On 3 May 1861, Berlioz wrote in a letter: "I am sure that I have written a great work, greater and nobler than anything done hitherto." Only knowing the work from a piano reduction, the British critic W. J. Turner declared that Les Troyens was "the greatest opera ever written" in his 1934 book on Berlioz, much preferring it to the vastly more popular works of Richard Wagner.
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