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RACHMANINOV, S.: Miserly Knight (The) (Glyndebourne, 2004) (NTSC)


RACHMANINOV, S.: Miserly Knight (The) (Glyndebourne, 2004) (NTSC)

Rachmaninov (1873–1943) THE MISERLY KNIGHT
Sergei Leiferkus, Richard Berkeley-Steele, Maxim Mikhailov Viacheslav Voynarovskiy, Albert Schagidullin
London Philharmonic Orchestra / Vladimir Jurowski
Director Annabel Arden

Vladimir Jurowski conducts Rachmaninov’s dark setting
of Alexander Pushkin’s ‘little tragedy’ with an outstanding performance from Sergei Leiferkus in the role written for the great Russian bass Fyodor Chaliapin.

Rachmaninov’s dramatically brooding score – beautifully recorded in an atmospheric surround sound – portrays the miser consumed by the power of his glinting gold, as it
pushes him to his ultimate collapse.

‘Sergei Leiferkus was utterly compelling’ Opera

Running time: 95 mins
Region Code: All regions
Picture format: 16:9 Anamorphic
Sound format: DTS Surround / LPCM Stereo
Menu languages: EN
Subtitles: EN/FR/DE/ES/IT
Dimensions (mm): W135 H190 D15

Cat. No.: OA0919D

‘…an inspired piece of programming...Sergei Leiferkus was utterly compelling in the title role...he delivered an appropriately mean performance’ -- Opera

‘…the magnificent Sergei Leiferkus…takes this rather thrilling symphonic fantasy into the realms of true opera.’ --The Independent Review

‘...a mouth-watering double bill of one-act operas by Rachmaninov and Puccini. The London Philharmonic was in scintillating form in both pieces.’ --

Rachmaninov, Sergey

Pushkin, Alexander

Jurowski, Vladimir

London Philharmonic Orchestra

Berkeley-Steele, Richard; Leiferkus, Sergey; Mikhailov, Maxim; Schagidullin, Albert; Voynarovskiy, Viacheslav

Label: Opus Arte

Genre: Opera

Period: Romantic

Catalogue No: OA0919D

Barcode: 809478009191

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Physical Release: 06/2005

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