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Lorraine Hunt Lieberson: A Tribute

Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, Freiburger Barockorchester, Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra and Nicholas McGegan

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Harmonia Mundi's two-disc tribute to mezzo-soprano Lorraine Hunt Lieberson focuses on her legacy in Baroque opera and oratorio, particularly the works of Handel. The recordings span a relatively brief time (1989-1995) from early in her career, beginning only about five years after she began singing professionally, so it's a testimony to the fact that so many of the elements that characterized her singing -- a voice of exceptional warmth, sensuality, depth, and color deployed in performances of devastatingly focused expression of the music's emotional core, whether in opera or concert works -- were solidly in place from the beginning. Hunt Lieberson's absolutely technical security freed her to devote her considerable gifts to bringing the music to life with absolute honesty. Her performances are so consistent in their tonal beauty, musical refinement, and transparent communicativeness that it becomes almost meaningless to speak of highlights or stand-out tracks. Her duet with counter-tenor Drew Minter in "To Thee, Thou glorious Son," is heartbreaking in its piercing emotionality. The solos from Messiah are so familiar to most listeners that they require truly spectacular performances to make an impact, and here they do; "But who may abide the day of his coming" practically blazes and "I know that my Redeemer liveth" shimmers with radiance. Nicholas McGegan, a frequent collaborator of Hunt Lieberson's in both live performances and recordings, leads the Boston-based Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra (and in excerpts from one opera, Freiberger Barockorchester) in stellar accompaniment, sensitive to the conventions of informed period performance practice and lively in expression. Harmonia Mundi's sound is consistently very fine, warm, detailed, and present. This gorgeous recording will be indispensible for Hunt Lieberson's fans.

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DISQUE 1

Ariodante, HWV 33 (Georg Friedrich Händel)

1
Act I, Arioso, Quì d'amor (Ariodante) 00:02:00

Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, Primary - Nicholas McGegan, Primary - Freiburger Barockorchester, Primary - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer

2
Act I, Aria, Con l'ali di costanza (Ariodante) 00:06:59

Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, Primary - Freiburger Barockorchester, Primary - Nicholas McGegan, Primary - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer

3
Act II, Recit, E vivo ancora? (Ariodante) 00:00:24

Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, Primary - Nicholas McGegan, Primary - Freiburger Barockorchester, Primary - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer

4
Act II, Aria, Scherza infida (Ariodante) 00:08:45

Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, Primary - Nicholas McGegan, Primary - Freiburger Barockorchester, Primary - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer

5
Act III, Aria, "Dopo notte, atra e funesta" (Ariodante) 00:07:02

Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, Primary - Freiburger Barockorchester, Primary - Nicholas McGegan, Primary - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer

Theodora, HWV 68 (Georg Friedrich Händel)

6
Act I, Air, "Angels, ever bright and fair" (Theodora) 00:04:24

Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, Primary - Nicholas McGegan, Primary - Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, Primary - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer

7
Act II, Recit, "O Thou bright Sun" (Theodora) 00:00:27

Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, Primary - Nicholas McGegan, Primary - Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, Primary - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer

8
Act II, Air, "With Darkness" (Theodora) 00:03:43

Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, Primary - Nicholas McGegan, Primary - Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, Primary - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer

9
Act II, Air, "Oh! that I on wings could rise" (Theodora) 00:04:07

Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, Primary - Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, Primary - Nicholas McGegan, Primary - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer

10
Act II, Duet, "To Thee, Thou glorious Son" (Theodora, Didymus) 00:04:53

Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, Primary - Drew Minter, Primary - Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, Primary - Nicholas McGegan, Primary - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer

Messiah, HWV 56 (Georg Friedrich Händel)

11
"Rejoice greatly, O daughter of Zion" 00:04:16

Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, Primary - Nicholas McGegan, Primary - Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, Primary - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer

12
"But who may abide the day of His coming" 00:04:23

Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, Primary - Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, Primary - Nicholas McGegan, Primary - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer

13
"He was despised and rejected of men" 00:11:08

Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, Primary - Nicholas McGegan, Primary - Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, Primary - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer

2011

14
"I know that my Redeemer liveth" 00:06:38

Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, Primary - Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, Primary - Nicholas McGegan, Primary - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer

Dido and Aeneas Z. 626 (Henry Purcell)

15
Act III, Thy hand, Belinda / When I am laid in earth (Dido) 00:04:07

Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, Primary - Nicholas McGegan, Primary - Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, Primary - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer - Henry Purcell, Composer

DISQUE 2

Clori, Tirsi e Fileno, HWV 96 (Georg Friedrich Händel)

1
Part I, Aria; Va col canto lusingando (Clori) 00:08:10

Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, Primary - Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, Primary - Nicholas McGegan, Primary - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer

2
Part II, Aria; Barbaro! tu non credi (Clori) 00:06:42

Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, Primary - Nicholas McGegan, Primary - Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, Primary - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer

Susanna, HWV 66 (Georg Friedrich Händel)

3
Act I, "On Joacim may every joy attend" (Susanna) 00:01:13

Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, Primary - Nicholas McGegan, Primary - Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, Primary - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer

4
Act I, "Bending to the throne of glory" (Susanna) 00:05:23

Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, Primary - Nicholas McGegan, Primary - Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, Primary - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer

5
Act II, "Lead me to some cool retreat" (Susanna) 00:00:16

Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, Primary - Nicholas McGegan, Primary - Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, Primary - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer

6
Act II, "Crystal streams in murmurs flowing" (Susanna) 00:08:32

Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, Primary - Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, Primary - Nicholas McGegan, Primary - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer

7
Act II, "If guiltless blood be your intent" (Susanna) 00:08:39

Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, Primary - Nicholas McGegan, Primary - Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, Primary - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer

8
Act III, "Guilt trembling spoke my doom" (Susanna) 00:06:34

Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, Primary - Nicholas McGegan, Primary - Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, Primary - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer

Radamisto, HWV 12 (Georg Friedrich Händel)

9
Act III, Recit, "Oh Dio! (Zenobia) 00:00:24

Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, Primary - Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, Primary - Nicholas McGegan, Primary - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer

10
Act III, Aria, "Qual nave smarrita" (Zenobia) 00:05:52

Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, Primary - Nicholas McGegan, Primary - Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, Primary - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer

Ottone, HWV 15 (Georg Friedrich Händel)

11
Act II, Recit, "Ben a ragion" 00:01:03

Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, Primary - Nicholas McGegan, Primary - Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, Primary - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer

12
Act II, Aria, "Vieni, o figlio" 00:06:52

Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, Primary - Nicholas McGegan, Primary - Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, Primary - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer

Giulio Cesare, HWV17 (Georg Friedrich Händel)

13
Act I, Recit, "Vani sono i lamenti" 00:00:18

Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, Primary - Nicholas McGegan, Primary - Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, Primary - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer

14
Act I, Aria, "Svegliatevi nel core" 00:04:52

Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, Primary - Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, Primary - Nicholas McGegan, Primary - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer

Arianna in Creta, HWV 32 (Georg Friedrich Händel)

15
Act II, Aria "Qual leon" 00:05:56

Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, Primary - Nicholas McGegan, Primary - Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, Primary - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer

The Notebook of Anna Magdalena Bach (1725) (Johann Sebastian Bach)

16
Aria "Bist du bei mir", BWV 508 00:02:53

Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, Primary - Nicholas McGegan, Primary - Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, Primary - Georg Friedrich Händel, Composer - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer

2014

Descriptif de l'album

Harmonia Mundi's two-disc tribute to mezzo-soprano Lorraine Hunt Lieberson focuses on her legacy in Baroque opera and oratorio, particularly the works of Handel. The recordings span a relatively brief time (1989-1995) from early in her career, beginning only about five years after she began singing professionally, so it's a testimony to the fact that so many of the elements that characterized her singing -- a voice of exceptional warmth, sensuality, depth, and color deployed in performances of devastatingly focused expression of the music's emotional core, whether in opera or concert works -- were solidly in place from the beginning. Hunt Lieberson's absolutely technical security freed her to devote her considerable gifts to bringing the music to life with absolute honesty. Her performances are so consistent in their tonal beauty, musical refinement, and transparent communicativeness that it becomes almost meaningless to speak of highlights or stand-out tracks. Her duet with counter-tenor Drew Minter in "To Thee, Thou glorious Son," is heartbreaking in its piercing emotionality. The solos from Messiah are so familiar to most listeners that they require truly spectacular performances to make an impact, and here they do; "But who may abide the day of his coming" practically blazes and "I know that my Redeemer liveth" shimmers with radiance. Nicholas McGegan, a frequent collaborator of Hunt Lieberson's in both live performances and recordings, leads the Boston-based Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra (and in excerpts from one opera, Freiberger Barockorchester) in stellar accompaniment, sensitive to the conventions of informed period performance practice and lively in expression. Harmonia Mundi's sound is consistently very fine, warm, detailed, and present. This gorgeous recording will be indispensible for Hunt Lieberson's fans.

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