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Berlioz: La Damnation de Faust
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Hector Berlioz Composer. Enkelejda Shkosa Mezzo-Soprano, London Symphony Orchestra Orchestra, David Wilson-Johnson Bass, Stephen Westrop Chorus/Choir Director, Michele Pertusi Bass, Sir Colin Davis Conductor, London Symphony Chorus Chorus/Choir, Giuseppe Sabbatini Tenor. 1. ntroduction: Le vieil hiver. Previously Unreleased Concert Performances: Walter Bruno conducts Weber, Schumann, Berlioz, etc. Bruno Walter. NBC Symphony Orchestra. Beethoven: Mass In C. Sir Colin Davis.

La damnation de Faust (English: The Damnation of Faust), Op. 24 is a work for four solo voices, full seven-part chorus, large children's chorus and orchestra by the French composer Hector Berlioz. He called it a "légende dramatique" (dramatic legend). It was first performed at the Opéra-Comique in Paris on 6 December 1846.

16. Part Two, Scene VIII. A live recording by Pierre Monteux/LSO from 1962 is one of the finest musical jobs ever obtained, though the sound is not up to modern standards; still very listenable, however. The best of the historic lot is Markevitch on DG, but there are a couple of small cuts taken; the early stereo sound is quite good. The winner and still number one for "La Damnation de Faust" remains Markevitch on DG, from all the way back in 1959 (very early stereo, but it still sounds better than this one). If you want Davis in this work, find the earlier (ca. 1973) version on Philips.

La Damnation de Faust, Part II, scene 5. This marvellous book fascinated me from the very beginning. I could not put it down. I read it incessantly, during meals, in the theatre, in the street, everywhere. And so it was, following the composer’s discovery of Faust Part One in 1828 that Goethe joined Virgil and Shakespeare to form Berlioz's trinity. Without taking the time to catch his breath, he set the verse passages of Gérard de Nerval’s translation to music and published them under the title Huit scènes de Faust.

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La Damnation de Faust. Performed in French (the performance will have synchronised Russian supertitles). PERFORMERS: Faust: Alexander Mikhailov Marguerite: Olesya Petrova Méphistophélès: Mikhail Petrenko Brander: Oleg Sychov. The Orfeón Pamplonés chorus The Mariinsky Orchestra Conductor: Valery Gergiev. PROGRAMME: Hector Berlioz The dramatic legend La Damnation de Faust (concert performance) Libretto by the composer and Almire Gandonnière after Gérard de Nerval´s French translation of .

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La Damnation de Faust is divided into four parts, the first of which showcases the scholar Faust contemplating why he will never achieve the simple happiness of peasants. In the second part, Faust prepares for suicide but the sound of church bells stops him. Méphistophélès offers him the restoration of youth, greater knowledge and the fulfillment of all his wishes, an offer Faust cannot refuse. After an episode in a tavern, Faust is taken to a meadow where he is shown a vision of a beautiful woman. They will be joined by the Choeur et Ballet de l'Opéra Grand Avignon. Samuel Jean will lead the Orchestre Régionale Avignon-Provence. Performance Dates: Nov.

Track List - Disc 1

Title/Composer Performer Time
La Damnation de Faust, for mezzo-soprano, tenor, baritone, bass, chorus and orchestra, ("légende dramatique") H. 111 (Op. 24)
1 Part 1. Scene 1. Old winter has made way for spring Pierre Monteux 5:52
2 Part 1. Scene 2. The shepherds leave their flocks Pierre Monteux 3:59
3 Part 1. Scene 3. But the plains flash with a warlike gleam / Hungarian March (Rákóczy March) Pierre Monteux 4:14
4 Part 2. Scene 4. Without regret I left the smiling countryside Pierre Monteux 4:40
5 Part 2. Scene 4. Christ has risen! Pierre Monteux 7:27
6 Part 2. Scene 5. Oh innocent emotion! Child of the precincts! Pierre Monteux 2:41
7 Part 2. Scene 6. Oh, it's good, when the skies thunder Pierre Monteux 2:20
8 Part 2. Scene 6. A rat once in a kitchen Pierre Monteux 2:20
9 Part 2. Scene 6. Fugue on the Theme of Brander's Song / Amen Pierre Monteux 2:56
10 Part 2. Scene 6. A delightful flea Pierre Monteux 4:33
11 Part 2. Scene 7. Air. Here are roses Pierre Monteux 2:43
12 Part 2. Scene 7. Sleep, happy Faust! Pierre Monteux 6:44
13 Part 2. Scene 7. Dance of the Sylphs Pierre Monteux 3:23
14 Part 2. Scene 8. Finale. Towns girdled with walls and ramparts Pierre Monteux 4:32

Track List - Disc 2

Title/Composer Performer Time
La Damnation de Faust, for mezzo-soprano, tenor, baritone, bass, chorus and orchestra, ("légende dramatique") H. 111 (Op. 24)
1 Part 3. Drums and Trumpets Sounding Retreat Pierre Monteux 1:09
2 Part 3. Scene 9. Air. Thanks, gentle twilight! Scene 10. I can hear her! Pierre Monteux 6:12
3 Part 3. Scene 11. How heavy the air is! Pierre Monteux 2:42
4 Part 3. Scene 11. Once a king of Thule Pierre Monteux 5:28
5 Part 3. Scene 12. Spirits of fickle flame Pierre Monteux 2:00
6 Part 3. Scene 12. Dance of the Will-o'-the-Wisps / Now let's sing the fair one a moral song Pierre Monteux 6:04
7 Part 3. Scene 12. Before the house Pierre Monteux 2:20
8 Part 3. Scene 13. Duet. Great gods! Pierre Monteux 5:14
9 Part 3. Scene 14. Trio and chorus. Quick! It's too late! Pierre Monteux 4:57
10 Part 3. Scene 15. The burning flame of love. Pierre Monteux 8:29
11 Part 3. Scene 15. Chorus. At the trumpets' sound Pierre Monteux 2:09
12 Part 3. Scene 16. Nature, vast, unfathomable, proud Pierre Monteux 3:52
13 Part 3. Scene 17. Tell me, do you perceive in the azure vault Pierre Monteux 3:08
14 Part 3. Scene 18. Her despairing voice Pierre Monteux 3:50
15 Part 3. Scene 19. Chorus. Has! Irimirukarabrao! Has! / Then Hell fell silent Pierre Monteux 5:05
16 Part 3. Scene 20. Chorus. Praise! Praise! Hosanna! / Rise up again to Heaven, artless soul Pierre Monteux 5:55


Hector Berlioz - Librettist
Régine Crespin - Vocals
Odile Demange - Liner Note Translation
Almire Gandonniere - Librettist
Marcus Herzog - Remastering
London Symphony Chorus - Choir/Chorus
London Symphony Orchestra - Orchestra
Godfrey MacDomnic - Cover Photo
Pierre Monteux - Conductor, Primary Artist
Eva Reisinger - Liner Note Translation
Michel Roux - Vocals
Christoph Ruda - Remastering
John Shirley-Quirk - Vocals
Andre Turp - Vocals
Ivor Walsworth - Producer