Graham Vick: O Anel de Lisboa (Wagner, Crepúsculo dos Deuses/Götterdämmerung)

2009/10/11 at 17:44 1 comment

Ornitologia 2009-10-11 (foto Pedro Simões/Widepress)O Ornitologia entrevista (em inglês) o encenador Graham Vick a propósito da nova produção de O Crepúsculo dos Deuses, em cena no Teatro Nacional de São Carlos até 24 de Outubro.

Interview in english with Graham Vick that heads the new Götterdämmerung production at Teatro Nacional de S. Carlos, in Lisbon, until 24th October.

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Richard Wagner – Götterdämmerung – Wilhelm Furtwängler conducts the Orchestra Sinfonica e Coro della Radio Italiana, 1953. Recorded live, mono sound. (EMI):

1. Siegfrieds Rheinfahrt (Orchester)
2. Graham Vick – “I’m not going to tell you anything at all”
3. Weialala Leia…Im Wasser Wie Am Lande (Flosshilde Woglinde Wellgunde Siegfried)
4. Graham Vick – Anything changed?
5. Trauermusik (Orchester)
6. Graham Vick – “I try to keep myself as impervious to politics as possible”
7. Fliegt Heim, Ihr Raben!
8. Graham Vick – Crisis Ring?
9. Grane, Mein Ross (Brünnhilde)
10. Graham Vick – Are you a Wagnerian?
11. Feuermusk Zurück Vom Ring! [excerpt]

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  • 1. Paulo  |  2009/10/14 at 02:18

    Obrigado por ter deixado a informação no valkirio.

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