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Raymond Leppard / Janet Baker - Claudio Monteverdi: The Coronation of Poppea flac album
  • Performer: Raymond Leppard / Janet Baker
  • Title: Claudio Monteverdi: The Coronation of Poppea
  • Genre: Classical
  • Style: Opera
  • Recording date: November 27, 1971
  • Recording location: London Coliseum
  • MP3 size: 1481 mb
  • FLAC size 1403 mb
  • Formats AIFF ADX AU FLAC DTS MP1
  • Duration: 02:31:21

The modern Monteverdi renaissance began with Leppard's introduction of The Coronation of Poppea at the 1962 Glyndebourne Festival, and this recording of the opera, in the English translation of Geoffrey Dunn, comes from a live 1971 performance at the London Coliseum, featuring the Sadler's Wells Opera Chorus and Orchestra, with Janet Baker in the title role.

The Coronation of Poppea: Act I, Scene 3. "The purple robes of emperors" (Seneca, Pallas Athene, Ner. 08:07. 2. Claudio Monteverdi. The Coronation of Poppea: Act I, Scene 6. "I can feel I don't know what" (Valletto, Damigella). 3. The Coronation of Poppea: Act I, Scene 1. "Again I'm drawn here" (Ottone, Soldier 2, Soldier 1). 08:32. 4. The Coronation of Poppea: Act II, Scene 3. "Here I am, here have I come" (Ottone, Love, Poppea, Arna. 7. The Coronation of Poppea: Act I, Scene 2. "At last my hopes have ended" (Poppea, Arnalta). 8. The Coronation of Poppea: Act I, Scene 5. "Though Fate allows all others to drink the wine" (Ottone, 08:44. 9.

Many at the time questioned whether the dignified Baker should have been cast as Nero's sexually provocative mistress. Conductor Raymond Leppard uses a revision of his own ground-breaking, if shortened, realisation that made the opera popular at Glyndebourne in 1962.

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L'incoronazione di Poppea discography. These lists show the audio and visual recordings of L'incoronazione di Poppea by Claudio Monteverdi. The opera was premiered in Venice in 1642-43, but after a 1651 revival in Naples it remained unperformed for 250 years. It began to enter the general opera repertory in the 1960s, and thereafter was increasingly performed in leading opera houses and festivals.

Conductor Raymond Leppard. Venue London Coliseum. Genre: Opera in English Orchestral & Concertos. The Coronation of Poppea. Dramma musicale in a Prologue and two acts. Libretto by Giovanni Francesco Busenello, English translation by Geoffrey Dunn. Compact disc one. Act I. 1.

Home Classical Monteverdi Claudio Monteverdi – L'incoronazione di Poppea (Harnoncourt). Monteverdi – L'incoronazione di Poppea (Harnoncourt). Monteverdi – L'incoronazione di Poppea (Harnoncourt) Helen Donath – Poppea Elisabeth Söderström – Nerone Cathy Berberian - Ottavia Paul Esswood - Ottone Jane Gartner – llade Rotraud Hansmann – Virtu/Drusilla. Concentus musicus Wien Nikolaus Harnoncourt – conductor. The Coronation of Poppea' draws not on sacred themes nor on mythological themes, but rather on historical events - Poppea was the wife of the emperor Nero, Monteverdi and Busenello casts Poppea as a heroine, drawing her story from the Annals of Tacitus.

Track List - Disc 1

Title/Composer Performer Time
The Coronation of Poppea
1 Act 1. Sinfonia Claudio Monteverdi Janet Baker / Raymond Leppard 2:56
2 Act 1. Prologue. Virtue, go hide yourself away Claudio Monteverdi Janet Baker / Raymond Leppard 7:16
3 Act 1. Scene 1. Again I'm drawn here Claudio Monteverdi Janet Baker / Raymond Leppard 8:32
4 Act 1. Scene 1. My lord, do not go yet! Claudio Monteverdi Janet Baker / Raymond Leppard 9:54
5 Act 1. Scene 2. At last my hopes have ended Claudio Monteverdi Janet Baker / Raymond Leppard 6:38
6 Act 1. Scene 3. Oh, dishonoured Ottavia! Claudio Monteverdi Janet Baker / Raymond Leppard 7:26
7 Act 1. Scene 3. There stands that most ill-fated lady Claudio Monteverdi Janet Baker / Raymond Leppard 5:43
8 Act 1. Scene 3. The purple robes of emperors Claudio Monteverdi Janet Baker / Raymond Leppard 8:07
9 Act 1. Scene 4. Did I please you, my lord? Claudio Monteverdi Janet Baker / Raymond Leppard 9:01
10 Act 1. Scene 5. Though Fate allows all others to drink the wine Claudio Monteverdi Janet Baker / Raymond Leppard 8:44
11 Act 1. Scene 6. I can feel I don't know what Claudio Monteverdi Janet Baker / Raymond Leppard 4:44

Track List - Disc 2

Title/Composer Performer Time
The Coronation of Poppea
1 Act 1. Scene 7. Solitude, beloved and treasured Claudio Monteverdi Janet Baker / Raymond Leppard 14:01
2 Act 2. Scene 1. Sinfonia - Since old Seneca's dead now Claudio Monteverdi Janet Baker / Raymond Leppard 5:53
3 Act 2. Scene 2. You, who received your rank and your honour Claudio Monteverdi Janet Baker / Raymond Leppard 8:57
4 Act 2. Scene 3. Since old Seneca's dead now Claudio Monteverdi Janet Baker / Raymond Leppard 9:11
5 Act 2. Scene 3. Here I am, here have I come Claudio Monteverdi Janet Baker / Raymond Leppard 3:40
6 Act 2. Scene 4. Oh happy, happy is Drusilla! Claudio Monteverdi Janet Baker / Raymond Leppard 7:37
7 Act 2. Scene 4. My lord, now you have good reason Claudio Monteverdi Janet Baker / Raymond Leppard 5:18
8 Act 2. Scene 4. Think of her, think of my Poppea Claudio Monteverdi Janet Baker / Raymond Leppard 3:38
9 Act 2. Scene 5. Ah, ah, my country Claudio Monteverdi Janet Baker / Raymond Leppard 4:27
10 Act 2. Scene 6. Sinfonia - To you, to you Poppea, our Empress Claudio Monteverdi Janet Baker / Raymond Leppard 4:16
11 Act 2. Scene 6. My beloved Claudio Monteverdi Janet Baker / Raymond Leppard 5:22

Credits:

Helen Anderson - Photo Research
Janet Baker - Mezzo-Soprano (Vocal), Primary Artist
Emile Belcourt - Tenor (Vocal)
John Brecknock - Tenor (Vocal)
Gian Francesco Busenello - Librettist
Shirley Chapman - Soprano (Vocal)
Anne Collins - Mezzo-Soprano (Vocal)
Jonathan Cooper - Remastering
Anthony Davey - Bass (Vocal)
John Delaney - Tenor (Vocal)
Zoe Dominic - Photography
Robin Donald - Tenor (Vocal)
Geoffrey Dunn - Libretto Translation
Robert Ferguson - Tenor (Vocal)
Elizabeth Gale - Soprano (Vocal)
Clifford Grant - Bass (Vocal)
Raymond Leppard - Conductor, Music Editor, Primary Artist
Godfrey MacDomnic - Back Cover Photo
Tom McDonnell - Baritone (Vocal)
Claudio Monteverdi - Composer
Peter Moores - Liner Notes
Lyndon Parker - Photography
Nicholas Payne - Liner Notes
Paul Popper - Cover Photo
Katherine Pring - Mezzo-Soprano (Vocal)
Kara Reed - Booklet Editor
Sadler's Wells Opera Chorus - Choir/Chorus
Sadler's Wells Opera Orchestra - Orchestra
Iris Saunders - Soprano (Vocal)
Sue Shortridge - Administration
Barbara Walker - Soprano (Vocal)
Norman Welsby - Baritone (Vocal)
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