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Ermonela Jaho|Anima Rara

Anima Rara

Ermonela Jaho, Orquestra de la Comunitat Valenciana, Andrea Battistoni

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This release by soprano Ermonela Jaho appears on the Opera Rara label, which is dedicated to the revival of neglected operatic repertory. Some of the operas excerpted by Jaho, such as Umberto Giordano's Siberia, certainly fit the bill. Jaho's repertory here is determined by a historical consideration: she records the favorites of a soprano of the early 20th century, Rosina Storchio (said to have been the girlfriend of Arturo Toscanini), to whom she has a certain physical resemblance. There are other obscurities, including the La bohème of not Puccini but Leoncavallo, and there are some well-known pieces by Puccini and Massenet. What really makes this recital stand out, though, is Jaho's interpretive powers. Storchio is said to have had a voice of only moderate size, and this is also true of Jaho, but both, it is safe to say, have brought the house down when the right circumstances converge. Sample almost anywhere, but perhaps try "L'altra notte in fondo al mare," from Arrigo Boito's Mefistofele, which illustrates not only Jaho's dramatic powers but also the remarkable sound engineering here by Opera Rara, working at the Palau de les Arts Reina Sofia in Valencia: an uncanny sense of the singer's presence is given, and the closeness of her interaction with the Orquestra de la Comunitat Valenciana under conductor Andrea Battistoni is apparent. The physical CDs are recommended here, for the booklet notes by Jaho and others fill out the context and bring the music alive. A connoisseur's historical release, perhaps, but one that is also highly recommended to newcomers to opera: Jaho conveys what the art form is all about.
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Madama Butterfly (Giacomo Puccini)

1
"Un bel dì vedremo"
00:04:32

Ermonela Jaho, Soprano - Orquestra de la Comunitat Valenciana - Andrea Battistoni, Conductor - Giacomo Puccini, Composer

© 2020 Opera Rara ℗ 2020 Opera Rara

La Bohême (Ruggero Leoncavallo)

2
"Musette svaria sulla bocca viva"
00:02:01

Ermonela Jaho, Soprano - Orquestra de la Comunitat Valenciana - Andrea Battistoni, Conductor - Ruggero Leoncavallo, Composer

© 2020 Opera Rara ℗ 2020 Opera Rara

Iris (Pietro Mascagni)

3
"Un di, ero piccina"
00:03:43

Ermonela Jaho, Soprano - Orquestra de la Comunitat Valenciana - Andrea Battistoni, Conductor - Pietro Mascagni, Composer

© 2020 Opera Rara ℗ 2020 Opera Rara

Sapho (Jules Massenet)

4
"Ces gens que je connais...Pendant un an je fus ta femme"
00:03:26

Ermonela Jaho, Soprano - Orquestra de la Comunitat Valenciana - Andrea Battistoni, Conductor - Jules Massenet, Composer

© 2020 Opera Rara ℗ 2020 Opera Rara

Mefistofele (Arrigo Boito)

5
"L'altra notte in fondo al mare"
00:07:01

Ermonela Jaho, Soprano - Orquestra de la Comunitat Valenciana - Andrea Battistoni, Conductor - Arrigo Boito, Composer

© 2020 Opera Rara ℗ 2020 Opera Rara

Lodoletta (Pietro Mascagni)

6
"Ah ! Il suo nome !... Flammen perdonami..."
00:12:08

Ermonela Jaho, Soprano - Orquestra de la Comunitat Valenciana - Andrea Battistoni, Conductor - Pietro Mascagni, Composer

© 2020 Opera Rara ℗ 2020 Opera Rara

Manon (Jules Massenet)

7
"Allons ! Il le faut... Adieu, notre petite table"
00:04:19

Ermonela Jaho, Soprano - Orquestra de la Comunitat Valenciana - Andrea Battistoni, Conductor - Jules Massenet, Composer

© 2020 Opera Rara ℗ 2020 Opera Rara

Siberia (Umberto Giordano)

8
"No ! Se un pensier... Nel suo amore rianimata"
00:02:49

Ermonela Jaho, Soprano - Orquestra de la Comunitat Valenciana - Andrea Battistoni, Conductor - Umberto Giordano, Composer

© 2020 Opera Rara ℗ 2020 Opera Rara

La Traviata (Giuseppe Verdi)

9
"Teneste la promessa... Addio, del passato"
00:08:18

Ermonela Jaho, Soprano - Orquestra de la Comunitat Valenciana - Andrea Battistoni, Conductor - Giuseppe Verdi, Composer

© 2020 Opera Rara ℗ 2020 Opera Rara

L'amico Fritz (Pietro Mascagni)

10
"Son pochi fiori"
00:03:11

Ermonela Jaho, Soprano - Orquestra de la Comunitat Valenciana - Andrea Battistoni, Conductor - Pietro Mascagni, Composer

© 2020 Opera Rara ℗ 2020 Opera Rara

La Wally (Alfredo Catalani)

11
"Ebben? Ne andro lontana"
00:04:15

Ermonela Jaho, Soprano - Orquestra de la Comunitat Valenciana - Andrea Battistoni, Conductor - Alfredo Catalani, Composer

© 2020 Opera Rara ℗ 2020 Opera Rara

La Bohême (Ruggero Leoncavallo)

12
"Mimi Pinson, la biondinetta"
00:02:13

Ermonela Jaho, Soprano - Orquestra de la Comunitat Valenciana - Andrea Battistoni, Conductor - Ruggero Leoncavallo, Composer

© 2020 Opera Rara ℗ 2020 Opera Rara

Sapho (Jules Massenet)

13
Prelude and "Demain je partirai"
00:09:19

Ermonela Jaho, Soprano - Orquestra de la Comunitat Valenciana - Andrea Battistoni, Conductor - Jules Massenet, Composer

© 2020 Opera Rara ℗ 2020 Opera Rara

Madama Butterfly (Giacomo Puccini)

14
"Con onor muore... Tu? Tu? Piccolo Iddio"
00:02:47

Ermonela Jaho, Soprano - Orquestra de la Comunitat Valenciana - Andrea Battistoni, Conductor - Giacomo Puccini, Composer

© 2020 Opera Rara ℗ 2020 Opera Rara

Album Description

This release by soprano Ermonela Jaho appears on the Opera Rara label, which is dedicated to the revival of neglected operatic repertory. Some of the operas excerpted by Jaho, such as Umberto Giordano's Siberia, certainly fit the bill. Jaho's repertory here is determined by a historical consideration: she records the favorites of a soprano of the early 20th century, Rosina Storchio (said to have been the girlfriend of Arturo Toscanini), to whom she has a certain physical resemblance. There are other obscurities, including the La bohème of not Puccini but Leoncavallo, and there are some well-known pieces by Puccini and Massenet. What really makes this recital stand out, though, is Jaho's interpretive powers. Storchio is said to have had a voice of only moderate size, and this is also true of Jaho, but both, it is safe to say, have brought the house down when the right circumstances converge. Sample almost anywhere, but perhaps try "L'altra notte in fondo al mare," from Arrigo Boito's Mefistofele, which illustrates not only Jaho's dramatic powers but also the remarkable sound engineering here by Opera Rara, working at the Palau de les Arts Reina Sofia in Valencia: an uncanny sense of the singer's presence is given, and the closeness of her interaction with the Orquestra de la Comunitat Valenciana under conductor Andrea Battistoni is apparent. The physical CDs are recommended here, for the booklet notes by Jaho and others fill out the context and bring the music alive. A connoisseur's historical release, perhaps, but one that is also highly recommended to newcomers to opera: Jaho conveys what the art form is all about.
© TiVo

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