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The Romantic Hero

Vittorio Grigolo

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Italian tenor Vittorio Grigòlo has risen in terms of both popularity and critical esteem since making his crossover debut in 2006, and The Romantic Hero may be his best album yet. These Romantic heroes, the title neglects to inform you, all speak French, but this is not a problem for Grigòlo, who grew up attending French schools and speaks the language fully idiomatically. These heroic arias seem to fit his vocal personality, and he may be on top of a trend toward the world of French Romantic opera, which is rather neglected but offers vocal fireworks to match the established Italian repertory. Here Grigòlo touches on the Big Four of the era: Bizet, Gounod, Massenet, and Halévy, avoiding the few standards of the repertory but throwing in a piece by the unfailingly crowd-pleasing Offenbach on the side. The program is nicely put together and builds toward the undoubted climax, the Act IV explosion Va! Je t'ai pardonné ... Nuit d'hyménée from Gounod's Romeo et Juliette (track 10). Grigòlo is joined here by Russian soprano Sonya Yoncheva, and the pair, with Grigòlo unmistakably the dominant partner, maintain an astonishing level of sheer high-pitch force for over ten and a half minutes. The almost uncredited Orchestra Sinfonia Nazionale della RAI under Evelino Pidò provides able support, and all in all the collection is likely not only to further Grigòlo's career but to make new friends for French grand opera.

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1
Werther, Act III: Pourquoi me réveiller 00:02:53

Vittorio Grigolo, Main Artist, Tenor, Tenor - Jules Massenet, Composer - Edouard Blau, Librettist - Orchestra Sinfonica Nazionale della Rai, Associated Performer - Evelino Pido, Conductor - Paul Milliet, Librettist - Chris Alder, Producer - Georges Hartmann, Librettist - Philip Krause, Recording Engineer - Douglas Ward, Assistant Engineer

(P) 2014 Sony Music Entertainment

2
Romeo et Juliette, Act II: L'amour, l'amour...Ah, lève-toi soleil 00:04:17

Vittorio Grigolo, Main Artist, Tenor, Tenor - Charles Gounod, Composer - Jules Barbier, Librettist - Orchestra Sinfonica Nazionale della Rai, Associated Performer - Evelino Pido, Conductor - Michel Carré, Librettist - Chris Alder, Producer - Philip Krause, Recording Engineer - Douglas Ward, Assistant Engineer

(P) 2014 Sony Music Entertainment

3
Carmen, Act II: La fleur que tu m'avais jetée 00:03:53

Vittorio Grigolo, Main Artist, Tenor, Tenor - Georges Bizet, Composer - Henri Meilhac, Librettist - Orchestra Sinfonica Nazionale della Rai, Associated Performer - Evelino Pido, Conductor - Ludovic Halevy, Librettist - Chris Alder, Producer - Philip Krause, Recording Engineer - Douglas Ward, Assistant Engineer

(P) 2014 Sony Music Entertainment

4
Faust, Acte III, scène 4: "Quel trouble inconnu... Salut, demeure chaste et pure" 00:05:49

Vittorio Grigolo, Main Artist, Tenor, Tenor - Charles Gounod, Composer - Jules Barbier, Librettist - Orchestra Sinfonica Nazionale della Rai, Associated Performer - Evelino Pido, Conductor - Michel Carré, Librettist - Chris Alder, Producer - Philip Krause, Recording Engineer - Douglas Ward, Assistant Engineer

(P) 2014 Sony Music Entertainment

5
Manon, Acte II: "En fermant les yeux... C'est un rêve" 00:03:43

Vittorio Grigolo, Main Artist, Tenor, Tenor - Jules Massenet, Composer - Henri Meilhac, Librettist - Orchestra Sinfonica Nazionale della Rai, Associated Performer - Evelino Pido, Conductor - Philippe Gille, Librettist - Chris Alder, Producer - Sonya Yoncheva, Soprano - Philip Krause, Recording Engineer - Douglas Ward, Assistant Engineer

(P) 2014 Sony Music Entertainment

6
Manon, Acte III, scène 2: "Je suis seul... ah fuyez, douce image" 00:05:02

Vittorio Grigolo, Main Artist, Tenor, Tenor - Henri Meilhac, Librettist - Jules Massenet, Composer - Orchestra Sinfonica Nazionale della Rai, Associated Performer - Evelino Pido, Conductor - Philippe Gille, Librettist - Chris Alder, Producer - Philip Krause, Recording Engineer - Douglas Ward, Assistant Engineer

(P) 2014 Sony Music Entertainment

7
L'Africaine, Acte IV: "Pays merveilleux... O Paradis" 00:03:09

Vittorio Grigolo, Main Artist, Tenor, Tenor - Giacomo Meyerbeer, Composer - Eugène Scribe, Librettist - Orchestra Sinfonica Nazionale della Rai, Associated Performer - Evelino Pido, Conductor - Chris Alder, Producer - Philip Krause, Recording Engineer - Douglas Ward, Assistant Engineer

(P) 2014 Sony Music Entertainment

8
La Juive, Act IV: Rachel, quand du seigneur 00:05:36

Vittorio Grigolo, Main Artist, Tenor, Tenor - Eugène Scribe, Librettist - Jacques Fromental Halevy, Composer - Orchestra Sinfonica Nazionale della Rai, Associated Performer - Evelino Pido, Conductor - Chris Alder, Producer - Philip Krause, Recording Engineer - Douglas Ward, Assistant Engineer

(P) 2014 Sony Music Entertainment

9
Les Contes d'Hoffmann, Epilogue, scène 2: "O Dieu de quelle ivresse" 00:02:21

Vittorio Grigolo, Main Artist, Tenor, Tenor - Jacques Offenbach, Composer - Jules Barbier, Librettist - Orchestra Sinfonica Nazionale della Rai, Associated Performer - Evelino Pido, Conductor - Michel Carré, Librettist - Alessandra Martines, Associated Performer - Chris Alder, Producer - Philip Krause, Recording Engineer - Douglas Ward, Assistant Engineer

(P) 2014 Sony Music Entertainment

10
Romeo et Juliette, Acte IV: "Va! Je t'ai pardonné... Nuit d'Hyménée" 00:10:38

Vittorio Grigolo, Main Artist, Tenor, Tenor - Charles Gounod, Composer - Jules Barbier, Librettist - Orchestra Sinfonica Nazionale della Rai, Associated Performer - Evelino Pido, Conductor - Michel Carré, Librettist - Sonya Yoncheva, Soprano - Chris Alder, Producer - Philip Krause, Recording Engineer - Douglas Ward, Assistant Engineer

(P) 2014 Sony Music Entertainment

11
Le Cid, Acte II, scène 3: "Ah! Tout est bien fini... Oh Souverain, o Juge, o Père" 00:04:47

Vittorio Grigolo, Main Artist, Tenor, Tenor - Jules Massenet, Composer - Adolphe d'Ennery, Librettist - Orchestra Sinfonica Nazionale della Rai, Associated Performer - Evelino Pido, Conductor - Louis Gallet, Librettist - Chris Alder, Producer - Edouard Blau, Librettist - Philip Krause, Recording Engineer - Douglas Ward, Assistant Engineer

(P) 2014 Sony Music Entertainment

12
Romeo et Juliette, Acte V: "C'est là! Salut! Tombeau! Sombre et silencieux" 00:05:16

Vittorio Grigolo, Main Artist, Tenor, Tenor - Charles Gounod, Composer - Jules Barbier, Librettist - Orchestra Sinfonica Nazionale della Rai, Associated Performer - Evelino Pido, Conductor - Michel Carré, Librettist - Chris Alder, Producer - Philip Krause, Recording Engineer - Douglas Ward, Assistant Engineer

(P) 2014 Sony Music Entertainment

Descriptif de l'album

Italian tenor Vittorio Grigòlo has risen in terms of both popularity and critical esteem since making his crossover debut in 2006, and The Romantic Hero may be his best album yet. These Romantic heroes, the title neglects to inform you, all speak French, but this is not a problem for Grigòlo, who grew up attending French schools and speaks the language fully idiomatically. These heroic arias seem to fit his vocal personality, and he may be on top of a trend toward the world of French Romantic opera, which is rather neglected but offers vocal fireworks to match the established Italian repertory. Here Grigòlo touches on the Big Four of the era: Bizet, Gounod, Massenet, and Halévy, avoiding the few standards of the repertory but throwing in a piece by the unfailingly crowd-pleasing Offenbach on the side. The program is nicely put together and builds toward the undoubted climax, the Act IV explosion Va! Je t'ai pardonné ... Nuit d'hyménée from Gounod's Romeo et Juliette (track 10). Grigòlo is joined here by Russian soprano Sonya Yoncheva, and the pair, with Grigòlo unmistakably the dominant partner, maintain an astonishing level of sheer high-pitch force for over ten and a half minutes. The almost uncredited Orchestra Sinfonia Nazionale della RAI under Evelino Pidò provides able support, and all in all the collection is likely not only to further Grigòlo's career but to make new friends for French grand opera.

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