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Marek Janowski|Beethoven: Fidelio, Op. 72

Beethoven: Fidelio, Op. 72

Christina Landshamer, Christian Elsner, Georg Zeppenfeld, Lise Davidsen

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After their acclaimed recording of Weber’s Freischütz, the Dresdner Philharmonie and its Principal conductor Marek Janowski present yet another German opera classic with Beethoven’s Fidelio. They work together with a stellar cast including Lise Davidsen (Fidelio/Leonore), Christian Elsner (Florestan), Georg Zeppenfeld (Rocco), Christina Landshamer (Marzelline) and Günther Groissböck (Don Fernando). This Beethoven’s masterpiece was recorded in two studio sessions, with two different, established choirs: the Sächsischer Staatsopernchor Dresden, as well as the MDR Leipzig Radio Choir. Katharina Wagner and Daniel Weber have adapted the original dialogues for the recording. Fidelio is the quintessential rescue opera, in which a wife goes to any lengths to free her beloved from the chains of a barbaric, oppressive regime. Beethoven’s opera on the power of love and the enlightening power of humanity still resonates with us today, and its music continues to delight and inspire. © Pentatone

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Beethoven: Fidelio, Op. 72

Marek Janowski

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Fidelio, Op. 72, Act I (Ludwig van Beethoven)

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Overture
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Jetzt, Schätzchen, jetzt sind wir allein
Marek Janowski
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Jaquino! Jaquino!
Georg Zeppenfeld
00:00:28

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O wär’ ich schon mit dir vereint
Marek Janowski
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Die Stunde naht
Georg Zeppenfeld
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Mir ist so wunderbar
Marek Janowski
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Höre, Fidelio
Georg Zeppenfeld
00:00:25

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Hat man nicht auch Gold beineben
Marek Janowski
00:02:27

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Es wäre mir so lieb
Lise Davidsen
00:00:59

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Gut, Söhnchen, gut
Marek Janowski
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March
Marek Janowski
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Wo sind die Depeschen?
Johannes Martin Kranzle
00:00:39

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Ha! Ha! Ha! Welch ein Augenblick
Marek Janowski
00:03:05

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Hauptmann!
Johannes Martin Kranzle
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Jetzt, Alter, jetzt hat es Eile!
Marek Janowski
00:04:38

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Abscheulicher! Wo eilst du hin?
Marek Janowski
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Rocco, ich ersuchte Euch
Lise Davidsen
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O welche Lust
Marek Janowski
00:06:22

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Nun sprecht, wie ging’s?
Lise Davidsen
00:04:38

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Ach, Vater, Vater eilt!
Marek Janowski
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Verweg’ner Alter!
Marek Janowski
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Leb’ wohl, du warmes Sonnenlicht
Marek Janowski
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DISC 2

Fidelio, Op. 72, Act II (Ludwig van Beethoven)

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Gott! Welch Dunkel hier!
Marek Janowski
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Wie kalt ist es
Marek Janowski
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Nur hurtig fort, nur frisch gegraben
Marek Janowski
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Er erwacht!
Lise Davidsen
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Euch werde Lohn in besser’n Welten
Marek Janowski
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Ist alles bereit?
Johannes Martin Kranzle
00:00:04

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Er sterbe!
Marek Janowski
00:03:26

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Vater Rocco! Der Minister kommt an!
Cornel Frey
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Es schlägt der Rache Stunde
Marek Janowski
00:01:15

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Meine Leonore
Christian Elsner
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O namenlose Freude!
Marek Janowski
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Gute Botschaft!
Georg Zeppenfeld
00:00:26

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Heil sei dem Tag
Marek Janowski
00:01:58

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Des besten Königs Wink und Wille
Marek Janowski
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Wohlan, so helfet!
Marek Janowski
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O Gott! O Gott!
Marek Janowski
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Wer ein holdes Weib errungen
Marek Janowski
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Album Description

After their acclaimed recording of Weber’s Freischütz, the Dresdner Philharmonie and its Principal conductor Marek Janowski present yet another German opera classic with Beethoven’s Fidelio. They work together with a stellar cast including Lise Davidsen (Fidelio/Leonore), Christian Elsner (Florestan), Georg Zeppenfeld (Rocco), Christina Landshamer (Marzelline) and Günther Groissböck (Don Fernando). This Beethoven’s masterpiece was recorded in two studio sessions, with two different, established choirs: the Sächsischer Staatsopernchor Dresden, as well as the MDR Leipzig Radio Choir. Katharina Wagner and Daniel Weber have adapted the original dialogues for the recording. Fidelio is the quintessential rescue opera, in which a wife goes to any lengths to free her beloved from the chains of a barbaric, oppressive regime. Beethoven’s opera on the power of love and the enlightening power of humanity still resonates with us today, and its music continues to delight and inspire. © Pentatone

Details of original recording : Recorded in June and November 2020 at the Kulturpalast Dresden (Germany)

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