• C885141 Katalognummer
  • 4011790885124 EAN
  • CD Format
  • 2014 Utgivelsesår

Stoyanova, Krassimira (sopran)

Baleff, Pavel

Verdi, Giuseppe | Bellini, Vincenzo | Donizetti, Gaetano | Meyerbeer, Giacomo

Münchner Rundfunkorchester


Verdi, Giuseppe:

Ritorna vincitor! (from Aida)
Vanne, lasciami (from Il Trovatore)
D'amor sull'ali rosee (from Il Trovatore)
O fatidica foresta (from Giovanna d'Arco)
Morrò, ma prima in grazia (from Un Ballo in Maschera)
Tu puniscimi, o Signore … A brani, a brani, o perfido (from Luisa Miller)
Teneste la promessa...Addio, del passato (from La Traviata)
Tacea la notte (from Il Trovatore)
Non pianger, mia compagna (from Don Carlo)
Pace, pace mio Dio! (from La forza del destino)
Tu che la vanità (from Don Carlo)
Mia madre aveva...Piangea cantando...Ave Maria (from Otello)


Krassimira Stoyanova is one of the most renowned Verdi sopranos today: here she presents roles she has either already sung all over the world or which she is booked to sing shortly. As Desdemona she has moved and enthused audiences and critics alike from Vienna to Barcelona and Chicago and so from 'Otello' we naturally find her “Willow Song” and “Ave Maria”. In Verdi’s operas after Schiller, 'Don Carlo' and 'Luisa Miller', Stoyanova made her celebrated debuts as Elisabetta and Luisa Miller at the State Operas of Munich and Vienna respectively. Since then she has become especially known both for her ability to shape a perfect line and for her characterisation of these two women, caught as they are between love and duty. The two Leonoras in 'Trovatore' and 'Forza' make more dramatic demands on the voice, and Krassimira Stoyanova is approaching these roles with prudence: she has not yet taken the latter completely into her repertoire. The dates for her Aïda in the eponymous opera and as Amelia in 'Un ballo in maschera' have now been fixed, and she can also be heard in excerpts from both roles, as well as Giovanna d’Arco and the dying Violetta Valéry, in this new CD, with the Munich Radio Orchestra under Pavel Baleff. One marvels at Krassimira Stoyanova’s artistry: unmannered, unostentatious, refined, as she does justice both to the girlishness of Verdi’s 'Joan of Arc' and to the wrenching farewell offered us by 'La Traviata'.


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