Strauss: Die Agyptische Helena

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  • Release Date: 10/30/2001
  • Label: Dynamic Italy
  • UPC: 675754441524
  • Catalog Number: 374/1-2
  • Sales rank: 342,297

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Disc 1
  1. 1 Die Ägyptische Helena (The Egyptian Helen), opera, Op. 75 - Richard Strauss & Helen Field (123:22)
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A reviewer

    This is a live recording from the premiere in Cagliari/Italy. The orchestra under Gerard Korsten plays a fine Strauss-Style. But since I am a voice fan I'd write mainly about the singers. The title role is sung by the young Vitalija Blinstrubyte, who is a lyric "Helena" (which I prefer to a too dramatic one) and manages the enormous difficulties in this part very well. Her counterpart is Stephen O'Mara as Menelaos. He is a true heroic tenor with a masculine baritone-colored voice. He is the absolute highlight of this recording. There's often said that real heroic tenors are hard to find. Well, here we have one. Yelda Kodalli ist a fine Aithra and Johannes von Duisburg is a very dark and mysterious Altair. Ulfried Haselsteiner as "Daud" sings his melodic aria with a beautiful lyric legato. Regina Mauel is a very dark-sounding Muschel and also the rest of the cast young and good singers. I prefer this recordings to other ones because of its juvenile freshness. Young singers bring this seldom-heard masterpiece to new bloom. If you like Strauss-Operas, this is a recording you should't miss. (Forgive my english, I'm french)

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