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Rameau & Benda: Pygmalion

Apotheosis Orchestra, Korneel Bernolet

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With Cupid’s assistance, the sculptor Pygmalion brings his beloved creation to life. This recording treats us to two versions of the celebrated story. Jean-Philippe Rameau’s familiar oneact opera Pigmalion, in which the deus ex machina fulfils Pygmalion’s desires, is followed by Georg Benda’s little-known gem of the same name: a gripping monodrama for spoken voice and orchestra in which we can imagine the sculptor undergoing an inner conflict between desire and reality.
Rising star Korneel Bernolet conducts his Apotheosis Orchestra and a group of young vocal partners: the Canadian haute-contre Philippe Gagné sings the passionate Pigmalion in Rameau’s opéra-ballet, alongside Lieselot De Wilde as his wife Céphise and Caroline Weynants as the divine Amour. Morgane Heyse performs the role of the enchanted Statue in both versions. German bass-baritone Norman D. Patzke makes his debut as voice actor for Benda’s monodrama. © Ramée/Outhere

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Pigmalion, RCT 52 (Jean-Philippe Rameau)

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I. Ouverture 00:04:34

Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer - Korneel Bernolet, MainArtist - Apotheosis Orchestra, MainArtist

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II. Fatal amour (Pigmalion) 00:03:23

Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer - Korneel Bernolet, MainArtist - Philippe Gagne, MainArtist - Apotheosis Orchestra, MainArtist

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III. Pigmalion, est-il possible (Céphise, Pigmalion) 00:04:10

Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer - Korneel Bernolet, MainArtist - Philippe Gagne, MainArtist - Lieselot De Wilde, MainArtist - Apotheosis Orchestra, MainArtist

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IV. D'où naissent ces accords (Pigmalion, La Statue) 00:05:01

Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer - Korneel Bernolet, MainArtist - Philippe Gagne, MainArtist - Morgane Heyse, MainArtist - Apotheosis Orchestra, MainArtist

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V. Du pouvoir de l'Amour / Jeux et Ris qui suivez mes traces (Amour) 00:03:26

Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer - Caroline Weynants, MainArtist - Korneel Bernolet, MainArtist - Apotheosis Orchestra, MainArtist

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VI. Les Grâces 00:02:47

Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer - Korneel Bernolet, MainArtist - Apotheosis Orchestra, MainArtist

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VII. Sarabande et Tambourins. Cédons à notre impatience / Le peuple dans ces lieux s'avance 00:03:24

Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer - Korneel Bernolet, MainArtist - Philippe Gagne, MainArtist - Apotheosis Orchestra & Choir, MainArtist

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VIII. Air gay pour l'entrée du peuple 00:01:50

Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer - Korneel Bernolet, MainArtist - Apotheosis Orchestra, MainArtist

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IX. L'Amour triomphe (Pigmalion, Choeur) 00:02:41

Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer - Govaart Haché, MainArtist - Caroline Weynants, MainArtist - Korneel Bernolet, MainArtist - Philippe Gagne, MainArtist - Sean Clayton, MainArtist - Wouter Vande Ginste, MainArtist - Bart Uvyn, MainArtist - Kerlijne Van Nevel, MainArtist - Morgane Heyse, MainArtist - Apotheosis Orchestra, MainArtist - Mieke Dhondt, MainArtist - Joris Stroobans, MainArtist

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X. Pantomime niaise, Tambourin très vive 00:03:31

Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer - Korneel Bernolet, MainArtist - Apotheosis Orchestra, MainArtist

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XI. Règne, Amour (Pigmalion) 00:05:13

Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer - Korneel Bernolet, MainArtist - Philippe Gagne, MainArtist - Apotheosis Orchestra, MainArtist

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XII. Air gracieux / Contredanse en rondeau 00:02:23

Jean-Philippe Rameau, Composer - Korneel Bernolet, MainArtist - Apotheosis Orchestra, MainArtist

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Pygmalion 00:26:22

Georg Anton Benda, Composer - Korneel Bernolet, MainArtist - Apotheosis Orchestra, MainArtist - Norman D. Patzke, MainArtist

2019 Outhere Music 2019 Apotheosis

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With Cupid’s assistance, the sculptor Pygmalion brings his beloved creation to life. This recording treats us to two versions of the celebrated story. Jean-Philippe Rameau’s familiar oneact opera Pigmalion, in which the deus ex machina fulfils Pygmalion’s desires, is followed by Georg Benda’s little-known gem of the same name: a gripping monodrama for spoken voice and orchestra in which we can imagine the sculptor undergoing an inner conflict between desire and reality.
Rising star Korneel Bernolet conducts his Apotheosis Orchestra and a group of young vocal partners: the Canadian haute-contre Philippe Gagné sings the passionate Pigmalion in Rameau’s opéra-ballet, alongside Lieselot De Wilde as his wife Céphise and Caroline Weynants as the divine Amour. Morgane Heyse performs the role of the enchanted Statue in both versions. German bass-baritone Norman D. Patzke makes his debut as voice actor for Benda’s monodrama. © Ramée/Outhere

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