Prologue - Luigi Dallapiccola - Il Prigioniero (CD)


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2014
Label: Decca - 480 8781 • Format: CD Reissue • Country: Australia • Genre: Classical • Style: Opera, Modern


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  1. Il prigioniero (The Prisoner) an opera in a prologue and one act, with both, music and libretto written by Luigi Dallapiccola, was first broadcast by the Italian radio station RAI on 1 December Price: $
  2. Luigi Dallapiccola's Il prigioniero is a one-act opera set in 16th century Spain, depicting a dissident Flemish prisoner of the Inquisition. However, it carried definite overtones of Italian fascism, from which the composer was on the run when he began the work in , and in , with its overtones of resistance to state power, its compact, action-packed story once again makes a strong impact.8/
  3. Luigi Dallapiccola wrote both the music and libretto for his opera 'Il prigioniero' (The Prisoner), a work with a prologue and one act. The opera was written between - and was first broadcast by the Italian radio station RAI on 1 December /5(4).
  4. Whether or not his greatest work, Luigi’s Dallapiccola’s The Prisoner is certainly his most representative through its depicting a situation of greatest emotional stress in terms the more powerful for its visceral immediacy. What ostensibly occurred, moreover, at the height of the Spanish Inquisition had renewed relevance for the period in which this opera was Dallapiccola: Il.
  5. Il Prigioniero is Dallapiccola’s masterpiece – the work in which his musical language, his political engagement and his innate sense of theatre all came together in perfect harmony This Graz Opera performance is well, if a little carefully, conducted by Dirk Kaftan, while Aile Asszonyi and Markus Butter give assured accounts of the prisoner and his mother.
  6. Luigi Dallapiccola; Il Prigioniero CHSA UPC Code: Release Date: July Originally recorded in September
  7. ‘Il prigioniero’ (The Prisoner), an opera in a prologue and one act with both music and libretto written by Luigi Dallapiccola, was first broadcast by the Italian radio station RAI on 1st December

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