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J. Haydn Tenor Réti József Szoprán Sándor Judit - Scena Di Pedrillo / Nanina Cavatinája flac album

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Performer: J. Haydn
Title: Scena Di Pedrillo / Nanina Cavatinája
Style: Classical
Category: Classical
Rating: 4.4 ✦
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Haydn Tenor Réti József Szoprán Sándor Judit - Scena Di Pedrillo, Nanina Cavatinája ‎(7").

Following the termination of her performing career the singer is still being a permanent participant of our musical life by her active work as a pedagogue and in public life

The Hungarian tenor, József Réti, started his songing career as a chorister at the F. Liszt Choir in Budapest, then after he graduated from The F. Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest. In 1956 he won The Schumann Prize in Berlin, while in 1957 the Gold Medal in a competition in Moscow. József Réti was a leading tenor in the National Opera House in Budapest during the 1950's -1960's.

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Lucia di Lammermoor, Act I: Lucia, bocsass me. Lucia, perdon. (Sung in Hungarian) - Gaetano Donizetti, Karola Agay, Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra, 12:420:30. 2. Lohengrin, Act III: Nagy messze taj, egy ismeretlen szent hon (In fernem Land, unnahbar euren Schritten) (Sung in Hungarian) - Richard Wagner, Hungarian State Opera Orchestra, 4:390:30. Andiamo, via, vestitevi padrone) (Sung in Hungarian) - Ruggero Leoncavallo, Jozsef Reti, Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra, 4:160:30. 8. La boheme, Act IV: Kocsiban ult? (In un coupe?) (Sung in Hungarian) - Giacomo Puccini, Gyorgy Melis, Hungarian State Opera Orchestra, 4:350:30.

When the marvelous Hungarian tenor Sándor Kónya (1923–2002) made his Met debut in 1960, as Lohengrin, he was received ecstatically. Kónya's fervent delivery, tempered by ravishing lyricism, conquered critics and audiences alike. This initial impression was confirmed in subsequent outings for the company as Walter in Meistersinger, Erik in Fliegende Hollander, and Bacchus in Ariadne auf Naxos. Maestro Antonino Votto's firm support lends excitement to this, and the more famous "Ch'ella mi creda, in which the tenor's plangent tone embodies the bandit's remorse. One does not expect to find Rinuccio's aria from Gianni Schicchi on a Kónya collection, but the tenor is appropriately youthful, the wordy text handled marvelously.

Jozsef Reti (tenor), Maria Frank (cello), Laszlo Som (double bass), Zsuzsa Pertis (harpsichord), Gabor Lehotka (organ), Zsolt Bende (baritone), Anna Lelkes (harp), Sandor Margittay (organ). Release Date: 15th Jul 2014. Catalogue No: HCD12891.

Tracklist Hide Credits

La Circe
A Scena Di Pedrillo Part 1
Tenor Vocals – József Réti
5:20
B1 Scena Di Pedrillo Part 2
Tenor Vocals – József Réti
La Metilde Ritrovata
B2 Cavatina Der Nannina "Quando La Rossa"
Soprano Vocals – Judit Sándor
6:15

Credits

  • Composed By – J. Haydn*
  • Conductor – Ervin Lukács
  • Liner Notes – Várnai Péter
  • Orchestra – Magyar Állami Hangversenyzenekar*

Notes

In Italian