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Sergei Prokofiev Prokofiev Werner Janssen, The Vienna State Opera Orchestra, The Vienna Kammerchor - War & Peace - An Opera In 11 Scenes Based On The Novel By Tolstoy FLAC album

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War and Peace (Op. 91) (Russian: Война и мир, Voyna i mir) is an opera in two parts (an Epigraph and 13 scenes), sometimes arranged as five acts, by Sergei Prokofiev to a Russian libretto by the composer and Mira Mendelson, based on the novel War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy. Although Tolstoy's work is classified as a novel, the 1812 invasion of Russia by the French was based on real-life events, and some real-life people appear as characters in both the novel and the opera, .

War & Peace Op. 91. A1 Overture. Sergei Prokofiev Prokofiev Werner Janssen, The HS-25039-3 Vienna State Opera Orchestra, The Vienna Kammerchor. Prokofiev Werner Janssen, The Vienna State Opera Orchestra, The Vienna Kammerchor - War & Peace - An Opera In 11 Scenes Based On The Novel By Tolstoy (3xLP. Heliodor HS-25039-3 UK. + Box).

Sergei Sergeyevich Prokofiev was born on 23 April 1891 in Sontsovka, then a remote rural estate under Russian Empire. It is now part of Donetsk Oblast in eastern Ukraine and is known by the name Krasne. His father, Sergei Alexeyevich Prokofiev, an agronomist, was a soil engineer at Sontsovka at the time of his birth. Meanwhile between November 1915 and April 1916 he wrote ‘The Gambler’, an opera in four acts. In January 1917, he completed the orchestration of ‘The Gambler’, but with the onset of the February Revolution, it could not be premiered. War and Peace', based on Leo Tolstoy’s novel was a major work of this period; other popular works being ’The Violin Sonata No. 1’, ‘The Year 1941’, ‘Ballade for the Boy Who Remained Unknown’, ‘Cinderella, and ‘Fifth Symphony. Soon, he reached the peak of his career.

Based on Shakespeare’s menacing drama, he created not only one of the most exciting works of opera, but also a profoundly modern one. One that masterfully plays with the emotional states of innocence and love, jealousy, envy and anger. In contrast to other popular Verdi operas,

During World War I, Prokofiev returned again to the academy, now studying organ. He composed an opera based on Fyodor Dostoyevsky's novel The Gambler, but the rehearsals were plagued by problems and the premiere scheduled for 1917 had to be cancelled because of the February Revolution. In summer the same year, Prokofiev composed his first symphony, the Classical. This was his own name for the symphony, which was composed in a style inspired by, for example, Joseph Haydn (see Neoclassicism (music)).

World premiere of the original version Conductor Timothy Dean Director Irina Brown Designer Chloe Lamford Lighting Designer Johanna Town Movement Director Kally Lloyd-Jones. Prokofievs War and Peace is an opera whose full effect has been said to depend on its vast choruses, two extended ballroom scenes, and the cunning juxtaposition of the kaleidoscopic episodes that make up its war-torn second half. In April 1941 he drafted a scenario for an opera in eleven scenes that charted the relationships and changing fortunes of a small number of Tolstoys huge cast of characters, in conditions of Peace, then War with Napoleon. Of these eleven scenes, nine were to remain in the first version of the opera.

Tracklist

War & Peace Op. 91
A1 Overture 4:36
A2 Scene 1: Count Rostov's Garden 12:40
A3 Scene 2: A Nobleman's Ball 10:02
B1 Scene 3: Prince Bolkonsky's Salon 8:03
B2 Scene 4: Count Bezukhov's Home 11:22
B3 Scene 5: Dolokhov's Study 6:05
C1 Scene 6: The Mansion Of Maria Dmitrievna Akhrosimova 19:42
D1 Scene 7: Before The Battle Of Borodino 27:23
E1 Scene 8: The Shevardinsky Redoubt 7:05
E2 Scene 9: A Peasant's Hut 8:55
F1 Scene 10: A Dark Hut 13:51
F2 Scene 11: The Road To Smolensk 5:32

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – MGM Records
  • Distributed By – MGM Records

Credits

  • Baritone Vocals – Dušan Popović
  • Bass Vocals – Aleksandar Marinković , Djordje Djurdejevic
  • Chorus – Wiener Kammerchor (tracks: The Vienna Kammerchor)
  • Composed By – Prokofiev*
  • Conductor – Werner Janssen
  • Libretto By – Mira Mendelssohn-Prokofiev
  • Libretto By, Translated By – Joseph Machlis
  • Liner Notes – Joseph Machlis
  • Mezzo-soprano Vocals – Biserka Cvejić
  • Orchestra – The Vienna State Opera Orchestra*
  • Soprano Vocals – Radmilla Vasovic-Bokacevic

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
H 25039-3 Sergei Prokofiev Prokofiev Werner Janssen, The Vienna State Opera Orchestra*, The Vienna Kammerchor* Sergei Prokofiev Prokofiev Werner Janssen, The Vienna State Opera Orchestra*, The Vienna Kammerchor* - War & Peace - An Opera In 11 Scenes Based On The Novel By Tolstoy ‎(3xLP, Mono + Box) Heliodor H 25039-3 US Unknown
Sergei Prokofiev Prokofiev Werner Janssen, The Vienna State Opera Orchestra, The Vienna Kammerchor - War & Peace - An Opera In 11 Scenes Based On The Novel By Tolstoy FLAC album
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