Anne-Aurore Cochet, Sonja Gornik, Aachen Opernchor, Sinfonieorchestra Aachen, Christopher Ward – Blech: The Alpine King and the Misanthrope (2021) [FLAC 24 bit, 48 kHz]

Anne-Aurore Cochet, Sonja Gornik, Aachen Opernchor, Sinfonieorchestra Aachen, Christopher Ward - Blech: The Alpine King and the Misanthrope (2021) [FLAC 24 bit, 48 kHz] Download

Artist: Anne-Aurore Cochet, Sonja Gornik, Aachen Opernchor, Sinfonieorchestra Aachen, Christopher Ward
Album: Blech: The Alpine King and the Misanthrope
Genre: Classical
Release Date: 2021
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 48 kHz
Duration: 02:04:50
Total Tracks: 27
Total Size: 1,12 GB

Tracklist:

01. Collett, Sæmundsson, Gornik, Aachen Opernchor, Sinfonieorchestra Aachen & Christopher Ward – Blech: The Alpine King and the Misanthrope: Prelude I (08:13)
02. Collett, Sæmundsson, Gornik, Aachen Opernchor, Sinfonieorchestra Aachen & Christopher Ward – Blech: The Alpine King and the Misanthrope, Act I, Scene 1: So viel’ Blumen blüh’n an der Wiese Saum (09:19)
03. Collett, Sæmundsson, Gornik, Aachen Opernchor, Sinfonieorchestra Aachen & Christopher Ward – Blech: The Alpine King and the Misanthrope, Act I, Scene 2: Hans, mein Hans! (04:52)
04. Collett, Sæmundsson, Gornik, Aachen Opernchor, Sinfonieorchestra Aachen & Christopher Ward – Blech: The Alpine King and the Misanthrope, Act I, Scene 3: Der Freudensturm hat etwas abgenommen (03:05)
05. Collett, Sæmundsson, Gornik, Aachen Opernchor, Sinfonieorchestra Aachen & Christopher Ward – Blech: The Alpine King and the Misanthrope, Act I, Scene 4: Wer kann ihm seine Freiheit rauben? (05:17)
06. Collett, Sæmundsson, Gornik, Aachen Opernchor, Sinfonieorchestra Aachen & Christopher Ward – Blech: The Alpine King and the Misanthrope, Act I, Scene 5: Nein, das ist nicht auszuhalten (02:31)
07. Collett, Sæmundsson, Gornik, Aachen Opernchor, Sinfonieorchestra Aachen & Christopher Ward – Blech: The Alpine King and the Misanthrope, Act I, Scene 6: Habakuk! Habakuk! (02:53)
08. Collett, Sæmundsson, Gornik, Aachen Opernchor, Sinfonieorchestra Aachen & Christopher Ward – Blech: The Alpine King and the Misanthrope, Act I, Scene 7: Holla! Der Herr! (05:47)
09. Collett, Sæmundsson, Gornik, Aachen Opernchor, Sinfonieorchestra Aachen & Christopher Ward – Blech: The Alpine King and the Misanthrope, Act I, Scene 8: Lieber Mann! Hei! Gut dass ich dich find! (01:49)
10. Collett, Sæmundsson, Gornik, Aachen Opernchor, Sinfonieorchestra Aachen & Christopher Ward – Blech: The Alpine King and the Misanthrope, Act I, Scene 9: Jetzt zeigt sie doch ihr wahr’ Gesicht (01:04)
11. Collett, Sæmundsson, Gornik, Aachen Opernchor, Sinfonieorchestra Aachen & Christopher Ward – Blech: The Alpine King and the Misanthrope, Act I, Scene 10: Da sitzt er mit gesträubtem Haar (03:49)
12. Collett, Sæmundsson, Gornik, Aachen Opernchor, Sinfonieorchestra Aachen & Christopher Ward – Blech: The Alpine King and the Misanthrope: Prelude II (02:43)
13. Collett, Sæmundsson, Gornik, Aachen Opernchor, Sinfonieorchestra Aachen & Christopher Ward – Blech: The Alpine King and the Misanthrope, Act II, Scene 1: Morgen ist Sankt Kilian (05:04)
14. Collett, Sæmundsson, Gornik, Aachen Opernchor, Sinfonieorchestra Aachen & Christopher Ward – Blech: The Alpine King and the Misanthrope, Act II, Scene 2: Holla! Da geht’s lustig her! (04:48)
15. Collett, Sæmundsson, Gornik, Aachen Opernchor, Sinfonieorchestra Aachen & Christopher Ward – Blech: The Alpine King and the Misanthrope, Act II, Scene 3: Sei mir gegrüßt, Stille der Einsamkeit (06:57)
16. Collett, Sæmundsson, Gornik, Aachen Opernchor, Sinfonieorchestra Aachen & Christopher Ward – Blech: The Alpine King and the Misanthrope, Act II, Scene 4: Du riefst um Hilfe, sie ist dir nah (13:36)
17. Collett, Sæmundsson, Gornik, Aachen Opernchor, Sinfonieorchestra Aachen & Christopher Ward – Blech: The Alpine King and the Misanthrope: Prelude III (04:05)
18. Collett, Sæmundsson, Gornik, Aachen Opernchor, Sinfonieorchestra Aachen & Christopher Ward – Blech: The Alpine King and the Misanthrope, Act III, Scene 1: Schön sind Rosen und Jasmin (03:38)
19. Collett, Sæmundsson, Gornik, Aachen Opernchor, Sinfonieorchestra Aachen & Christopher Ward – Blech: The Alpine King and the Misanthrope, Act III, Scene 2: Die Stimmung scheint hier recht konträr (02:01)
20. Collett, Sæmundsson, Gornik, Aachen Opernchor, Sinfonieorchestra Aachen & Christopher Ward – Blech: The Alpine King and the Misanthrope, Act III, Scene 3: O brächt er uns Gottes Hilf und Segen (05:37)
21. Collett, Sæmundsson, Gornik, Aachen Opernchor, Sinfonieorchestra Aachen & Christopher Ward – Blech: The Alpine King and the Misanthrope, Act III, Scene 4: Wie ist mir denn? (01:08)
22. Collett, Sæmundsson, Gornik, Aachen Opernchor, Sinfonieorchestra Aachen & Christopher Ward – Blech: The Alpine King and the Misanthrope, Act III, Scene 5: Nur herein, du Notenschmierer! (03:13)
23. Collett, Sæmundsson, Gornik, Aachen Opernchor, Sinfonieorchestra Aachen & Christopher Ward – Blech: The Alpine King and the Misanthrope, Act III, Scene 6: Das ist ja ein entsetzlicher Geselle! (03:34)
24. Collett, Sæmundsson, Gornik, Aachen Opernchor, Sinfonieorchestra Aachen & Christopher Ward – Blech: The Alpine King and the Misanthrope, Act III, Scene 7: Soll es also sein? (02:42)
25. Collett, Sæmundsson, Gornik, Aachen Opernchor, Sinfonieorchestra Aachen & Christopher Ward – Blech: The Alpine King and the Misanthrope, Act III, Scene 8: Ertapp ich euch? Verdammtes Pack (07:20)
26. Collett, Sæmundsson, Gornik, Aachen Opernchor, Sinfonieorchestra Aachen & Christopher Ward – Blech: The Alpine King and the Misanthrope, 2 Military Marches, Op. 21: No. 1, Einmarsch (05:20)
27. Collett, Sæmundsson, Gornik, Aachen Opernchor, Sinfonieorchestra Aachen & Christopher Ward – Blech: The Alpine King and the Misanthrope, 2 Military Marches, Op. 21: No. 2, Ausmarsch (04:11)

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Around 1902 Leo Blech nabbed the subject of the “original romantic-comic magic” play by Viennese theater manager/actor/playwright Ferdinand Raimund, had it streamlined, and turned it into his fifth opera. A cantankerous misanthrope terrorizes family and servants with his paranoid mistrust. He’s only cured when faced with his own behavior courtesy of supernatural role reversal. Highbrow opera meets folksy farce with unexpectedly gorgeous, splendidly orchestrated music somewhere between Wagner and Humperdinck. The premiere at the Dresden Court Theater was a sensational success. Then all of Blech’s music was banned and once the Nazi horror was over, it never came back. Now you can hear what we missed.

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