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Product Details

  • Release Date: 12/9/1992
  • Label: Harmonia Mundi Fr.
  • EAN: 3149025048066
  • Catalog Number: 901367

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Disc 1
  1. 1–59 Les Indes galantes, opéra-ballet - Jean-Philippe Rameau & William Christie (192:40)
    Composed byJean-Philippe Rameau
    Conducted byWilliam Christie
    Performed byWilliam Christie, Les Arts Florissants, Jerome Correas, Howard Crook, Bernard Deletre, Jean-Paul Fouchécourt, Claron McFadden, Sandrine Piau, Isabelle Poulenard, Noemi Rime, Nicolas Rivenq, Miriam Ruggeri
    1. 1Prologue. Ouverture
    2. 2Prologue. Scene 1. Air. Vous, qui d'Hébé
    3. 3Prologue. Scene 2. Entrée des 4 nations
    4. 4Prologue. Scene 2. Air. Amants sûrs de plaire
    5. 5Prologue. Scene 2. Air grave pour les Polonais
    6. 6Prologue. Scene 2. Menuets I & II
    7. 7Prologue. Scene 2. Air et Chœur. Musettes, résonnez / Musette en rondeau
    8. 8Prologue. Scene 3. Air. La Gloire vous appelle
    9. 9Prologue. Scene 3. Air pour les deux guerriers portants des drapeaux
    10. 10Prologue. Scene 3. Air pour les amants qui suivent Bellone / Chœur. Vous nous abandonnez
    11. 11Prologue. Scene 4. Hébé et sa suite / Scene 5. L'Amour et sa suite, Hébé / Air. Pour remplacer les
    12. 12Prologue. Scene 5. Air pour les Amours
    13. 13Prologue. Scene 5. Duo et Chœur. Traversez les plus vastes mers
    14. 14Act 1. Le Turc généreux. Scene 1. Air. Il faut que l'Amour s'envole
    15. 15Act 1. Le Turc généreux. Scene 2. Air. Vaste empire des mers / Chœur. Diel! de plus d'une mort
    16. 16Act 1. Le Turc généreux. Scene 3. D'infortunés captifs
    17. 17Act 1. Le Turc généreux. Scene 4. / Scene 5
    18. 18Act 1. Le Turc généreux. Scene 6. Marche / Duo et Chœur. Volez, Zéphyrs
    19. 19Act 1. Le Turc généreux. Scene 6. Air pour les esclaves africains
    20. 20Act 1. Le Turc généreux. Scene 6. Ariette. Hâtez-vous
    21. 21Act 1. Le Turc généreux. Scene 6. Ariette. Régnez, Amours
    22. 22Act 1. Le Turc généreux. Scene 6. Rigaudons I & II
    23. 23Act 1. Le Turc généreux. Scene 6. Tambourins I & II / Partez
    24. 24Act 2. Les Incas du Pérou. Scene 1.
    25. 25Act 2. Les Incas du Pérou. Scene 2. Air. Viens, Hymen
    26. 26Act 2. Les Incas du Pérou. Scene 3. / Scene 4. / Scene 5.
    27. 27Act 2. Les Incas du Pérou. Scene 5. Air. Soleil, on a détruit
    28. 28Act 2. Les Incas du Pérou. Scene 5. Prélude pour l'adoration du Soleil
    29. 29Act 2. Les Incas du Pérou. Scene 5. Air et Chœur. Brillant Soleil
    30. 30Act 2. Les Incas du Pérou. Scene 5. Air des Incas
    31. 31Act 2. Les Incas du Pérou. Scene 5. Air et chœur. Clair flambeau
    32. 32Act 2. Les Incas du Pérou. Scene 5. Loure en rondeau
    33. 33Act 2. Les Incas du Pérou. Scene 5. Air. Permettez, astre
    34. 34Act 2. Les Incas du Pérou. Scene 5. 1st Gavotte. / 2nd Gavotte en rondeau
    35. 35Act 2. Les Incas du Pérou. Scene 5. Tremblement de terre / Chœur. Dans les abîmes
    36. 36Act 2. Les Incas du Pérou. Scene 6. Air. Ici, je vois partout / Scene 7. Trio. Pour jamais / Scene
    37. 37Act 3. Les fleurs, fête persane. Scene 1. Air. L'objet à qui je rends les armes / Scene 2.
    38. 38Act 3. Les fleurs, fête persane. Scene 3. Air. Amour, quand du destin
    39. 39Act 3. Les fleurs, fête persane. Scene 4. Duo. Doit-on aimer. Scene 5. / Scene 6. Air. Dans ces jar
    40. 40Act 3. Les fleurs, fête persane. Scene 7. Quatuor. Tendre Amour
    41. 41Act 3. Les fleurs, fête persane. Scene 8. Marche pour la fête des fleurs / Chœur. Dans le sein de T
    42. 42Act 3. Les fleurs, fête persane. Scene 8. Air. L'éclat des roses
    43. 43Act 3. Les fleurs, fête persane. Scene 8. Air et Chœur. Triomphez, agréables fleurs
    44. 44Act 3. Les fleurs, fête persane. Scene 8. Airs pour les Persans I & II
    45. 45Act 3. Les fleurs, fête persane. Scene 8. Air. Papillon inconstant
    46. 46Act 3. Les fleurs, fête persane. Scene 8. Ballet des Fleurs / Airs pour les Fleurs I & II / Gavotte
    47. 47Act 3. Les fleurs, fête persane. Scene 8. Airs pour Zéphire I & II / Air pour les Fleurs / Gavotte
    48. 48New Act. Les sauvages. Scene 1. Air. Rivaux de mes exploits
    49. 49New Act. Les sauvages. Scene 2. Air. L'inconstance ne doit blesser / Scene 3. Air. Nous suivons sur
    50. 50New Act. Les sauvages. Scene 3. La terre, les cieux et les mers / Air. Le cœur change à son gré
    51. 51New Act. Les sauvages. Scene 3. Air. L'habitant des bords de la Seine
    52. 52New Act. Les sauvages. Scene 4. Prélude, qui annonce la fête
    53. 53New Act. Les sauvages. Scene 5. Air. Sur nos bords l'amour vole / Duo. Hymen, viens nous unir
    54. 54New Act. Les sauvages. Scene 6. Air et Chœur. Bannissons les tristes alarmes
    55. 55New Act. Les sauvages. Scene 6. Danse du Grand Calumet de la Paix (Danse des Sauvages)
    56. 56New Act. Les sauvages. Scene 6. Duo et Chœur. Forêts paisibles
    57. 57New Act. Les sauvages. Scene 6. 1st Menuet pour les Guerriers et les Amazones / 2nd Menuet / Gavott
    58. 58New Act. Les sauvages. Scene 6. Prélude / Air. Régnez, Plaisirs et Jeux
    59. 59New Act. Les sauvages. Scene 6. Chaconne
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Four Stories in One

    After a surprisingly weak prologue, this opera offers an entertaining array of four different stories, each set in a different exotic locale. We get some idea of how Frenchmen imagined the non-European world in the 1730s. The first story, "The Noble Turk," falls in line with Montesquieu's Persian Letters, suggesting that good citizenship and good sense outweigh religious differences. That theme of religious pluralism is lost on me but led to a theme of the Brotherhood of Man dominant in Western Civilization from 1740 to 1947. The most remarkable story is the second, set at Peru at the time of the Spanish Conquest. A conquistador wins out as a love rival over a native priest of the sun. The scene offers a striking hymn to the sun and a musical volcanic eruption of a sort that offended traditional devotees of Lully's style. Actually Rameau's basic style adheres pretty closely to Lully's and the two composers, together, define French Baroque opera. As a ballet opera Les Indes galantes presents a good deal of instrumental music without voices.

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