• PTC5186401 Katalognummer
  • 827949040160 EAN
  • 4SACD Format
  • 2012 Utgivelsesår

Artist
Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin | Janowski, Marek

Medvirkende
Evgeny Nikitin (Amfortas) | Christian Elsner (Parsifal) | Franz-Josef Selig (Gurnemanz) | Michelle DeYoung (Kundry) | Stimme aus der Hohe | Dimitry Ivaschenko (Titurel) | Eike Wilm Schulte (Klingsor)

Komponist
Wagner, Richard

Ensemble
Rundfunkchor Berlin

Plateselskap
PentaTone

Verk

WAGNER:Parsifal

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Produktbeskrivelse

BBC MUSIC MAGAZINE AWARDS 2013 - Award for technical excellence

This is the third release of the very successful Wagner Edition. The first release, Flying Dutchman (PTC5186400) was an Editor’s Choice in the Gramophone. The second, Die Meistersinger, (PTC5186402) was the BBC Music Magazine Opera Choice of the Month in February. “It is a phenomenal achievement of Janowski, Marek to have welded his immense forces into such a virtually flawless unity.”

“It has spontaneity of something which has sunk so deeply into the performers\' minds and souls that they can throw caution to the wind and still be accurate...Elsner is a wonderfully sensitive and expressive Parsifal...But the strongest performance of all is the Amfortas of Evgeny Nikitin...If Janowski`s planned cycle...continues like this, it will unquestionably be the finest modern traversal on disc of Wagner`s achievement.” BBC MUSIC MAGAZINE

“Familiar tropes from previous concerts in this all-Wagner series resurface. Pacing is generally quite quick. Casting and characterisation are naturalistic, apparently written by Wagner. Gurnemanz (Selig) sounds like an inquisitive old squire rather than a retired Wotan waiting to unearth the secrets of the universe. Parsifal (Elsner) is a rough, innocent outsider instead of the chosen one in embryo.” GRAMOPHONE

“Janowski`s approach is pointedly symphonic...[Elsner] proves an inspired choice as Parsifal, dark-toned yet lyrical...DeYoung delivers what is by some margin her most compelling performance to date...She pins you to your seat with her description of her alter ego laughing at Christ...All told, this is a Parsifal - in modern sound - to rank with some of the great performances on disc.” INT. RECORD REVIEW

“the first benefit that strikes the listener is the quality of the recorded sound... This is matched by a vivid performance from the orchestra, who have played Wagner brilliantly throughout this cycle so far...Selig is outstanding, anchoring the whole set with gravitas and weight. He sings not only with authority but with outstanding beauty...Nikitin is outstanding at evoking sympathy...DeYoung’s Kundry is outstanding because she gets inside both aspects of the role.” MUSIC WEB

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