Eötvös's one-act opera, based on the novel by Alessandro Baricco, is a pair to Bartók's Bluebeard's Castle. In Bartók's piece death is the consequence, but here it precedes events: this is what makes the work suitable for leading into Bartók's weighty mystery play. The open-ended conclusion suggests some kind of release, and likewise, the composer has not sought extreme technical challenges. Performers: Lilith: Annette Schönmüller - Lucifer: Holger Falk - Adam: Eric Stoklossa - Eva: Rebecca Nelsen - Angel A: Gernot Heinrich - Angel B: Andreas Jankowitsch - Angel C: Michael Wagner - Choir: Avelyne Francis, Christina Sidak, Anna Clare Hauf - Hungarian Radio Symphonic Orchestra - Conducted by Gregory Vajda
Eötvös's one-act opera, based on the novel by Alessandro Baricco, is a pair to Bartók's Bluebeard's Castle. In Bartók's piece death is the consequence, but here it precedes events: this is what makes the work suitable for leading into Bartók's weighty mystery play. The open-ended conclusion suggests some kind of release, and likewise, the composer has not sought extreme technical challenges. Performers: Lilith: Annette Schönmüller - Lucifer: Holger Falk - Adam: Eric Stoklossa - Eva: Rebecca Nelsen - Angel A: Gernot Heinrich - Angel B: Andreas Jankowitsch - Angel C: Michael Wagner - Choir: Avelyne Francis, Christina Sidak, Anna Clare Hauf - Hungarian Radio Symphonic Orchestra - Conducted by Gregory Vajda
5998309302787

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Format: CD
Label: BMC RECORDS
Rel. Date: 10/09/2020
UPC: 5998309302787

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Artist: Peter Eotvos
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Lucifer, 3 Angels, Lilith
2. In the Paradise / the Fall
3. Eve and Adam As Migrants
4. Adam As a General, Demonstration
5. Ballad, a Bombed Out City
6. Future
7. Adam Wants to Leave the Earth
8. Lilith, Lucifer
9. Desert 1
10. Thirst, Lilith'S Recitative Aria 1
11. Quartet 1
12. Lilith'S Monologue

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Eötvös's one-act opera, based on the novel by Alessandro Baricco, is a pair to Bartók's Bluebeard's Castle. In Bartók's piece death is the consequence, but here it precedes events: this is what makes the work suitable for leading into Bartók's weighty mystery play. The open-ended conclusion suggests some kind of release, and likewise, the composer has not sought extreme technical challenges. Performers: Lilith: Annette Schönmüller - Lucifer: Holger Falk - Adam: Eric Stoklossa - Eva: Rebecca Nelsen - Angel A: Gernot Heinrich - Angel B: Andreas Jankowitsch - Angel C: Michael Wagner - Choir: Avelyne Francis, Christina Sidak, Anna Clare Hauf - Hungarian Radio Symphonic Orchestra - Conducted by Gregory Vajda