• SU41812 Katalognummer
  • 099925418120 EAN
  • 1CD Format
  • 2015 Utgivelsesĺr

Artist
Pecková, Dagmar (mezzo)

Dirigent
Marković | , Aleksandar

Medvirkende
Veberová, Ivana (soprano) | Mikuláš, Peter (bass)

Komponist
Various Composers

Ensemble
Slovak Philharmonic Chorus | Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra

Sjanger
Opera

Plateselskap
Supraphon

Verk

Jules Massenet
Marie-Magdeleine
1.         O mes soeurs     05:47

Camille Saint-Saëns
Samson et Dalila
2.         Act 2 "Mon coeur s'ouvre a ta voix "     06:27
3.         Bacchanale     06:55

Jules Massenet
Hérodiade
4.         Act 2 " Ne me refuse pas"     04:22

Igor Stravinsky
Oedipus Rex
5.         Nonn' erubescite, reges - Oraculum     06:45

Luigi Cherubini
Médée. Opera
6.         Act 3 "Del fiero duol che il cor mi frange"     04:29

Richard Wagner
Parsifal
7.         Act 2 "Ich sah das Kind"     05:37

Richard Strauss
Salome
8.         Dance of the Seven Veils     09:26

Richard Strauss
Elektra
9.         "Ich habe keine gute Nächte"     06:50

Antoin Mariotte
Salome
10.         Final Scene "Salomé: Ah! Je baserai ta bouche, Iokanaan"     11:20

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Produktbeskrivelse

The provocative title of the new album by the feted mezzo-soprano Dagmar Pecková reflects a remarkable dramaturgic idea: that which connects the life of modern humans with the heroines of Antique mythology is the principle of sin - and forgiveness. This is perhaps why all the featured characters are smart and strong women, some of them even endowed with supernatural abilities. Women determined to apply the boldest means so as to gain that which they long for - or to take revenge. Women betrayed by a ruse or wounded by their own love. The very first aria featured, that of Massenet's Marie-Magdeleine, opens the scope for the message - that the only way out of sin is forgiveness. "When you look at mezzo-soprano characters, virtually all of them can be branded sinners. Perhaps it is owing to the darker voice colour..." says Dagmar Pecková. As rendered by her on the present album, each of the "sinful women" is profoundly treated in psychological and emotional terms. This profundity and inspiration is based on the soloist's own professional experience and is also the fruit of the collaboration with the accompanying Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra, under the uncompromising and masterful baton of Aleksandar Marković.

Love, sin and forgiveness. An insight into the mysterious female soul.

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