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7.1.13

Eléazar by Neil Shicoff

La judía (La juive) opéra en cinco actos con música de Jacques Fromental Lévy Halévy y libreto en francés de Eugène Scribe. Se estrenó en la Opéra de París el 23 de febrero de 1835.

La bella area de Eléazar, "Rachel quand du Seigneur" por Neil Shicoff, subtitulada en español.

Bravo!


Conductor: Vjekoslav Sutej. Director: Günter Krämer, ópera de Viena - 2003

30.9.12

The Barre Step by Step


... with Hamburg Ballet principal dancer Kusha Alexi.


The Barre Step by Step, with Hamburg Ballet principal dancer Kusha Alexi 
 
A walk through the plie with Kusha Alexi 

The inevitable Ballet Basics

20.11.09

Arnold Schoenberg

Arnold Schoenberg's Verklärte Nacht, Op. 4 ("Transfigured Night", 1899) a string sextet in one movement, after poem by Richard Dehmel of the same name.
Berliner Philharmoniker - Dir. Herbert von Karajan.


Verklärte Nacht, Op. 4 ("Transfigured Night", 1899), a string sextet in one movement, is regarded as the earliest important work of Arnold Schoenberg. It was inspired by Richard Dehmel's poem of the same name — along with great inspiration upon meeting the sister of Schoenberg's teacher Alexander von Zemlinsky (Mathilde von Zemlinsky, whom Schoenberg would later marry).[1] Schoenberg composed this very complex, passionate string sextet within three weeks of meeting Mathilde.

Dehmel's powerful poem is about a man and a woman walking through a dark forest on a moonlit night, wherein the woman shares a dark secret with her new lover; she bears the child of a stranger. The mood of Dehmel's poem is reflected throughout the composition in five sections, beginning with the sadness of the woman's confession; a neutral interlude wherein the man reflects upon the confession; and a finale, the man's bright acceptance (and forgiveness) of the woman: O sieh, wie klar das Weltall schimmert! Es ist ein Glanz um Alles her (see how brightly the universe gleams! There is a radiance on everything).