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Rosenkavalier, Der [DVD]

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Rosenkavalier, Der, 2 DVD, 211 minutes

Detalles del producto

  • Actores: Renée Fleming, Sophie Koch, Diana Damrau, Franz Hawlata, Christian Thielemann
  • Directores: Brian Large
  • Formato: AC-3, Clásica, Dolby, Sonido DTS Surround, DVD Audio, DVD, Subtitulado, Pantalla ancha
  • Audio: Alemán (DTS 5.1), Alemán (PCM Stereo), Inglés
  • Subtítulos: Chino, Inglés, Francés, Alemán, Español
  • Región: Todas las regiones
  • Relación de aspecto: 1.78:1
  • Número de discos: 2
  • Calificación FSK: No recomendada para menores de 6 años. No se nos ha facilitado la calificación española por edades (ICAA), pero puedes consultarla en la página oficial del ICAA. Las calificaciones por edad y/o versiones de otros países no siempre coinciden con la española. Más información sobre las diferentes calificaciones por edad.
  • Estudio: Decca
  • Duración: 211 minutos
  • Valoración media de los clientes: 4.2 de un máximo de 5 estrellas  Ver todas las opiniones (4 opiniones de clientes)
  • ASIN: B002HWBS96
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Es imposible dejar de sustraerse a la música de R. Strauss y de manera especial a su "Caballero de la Rosa". Estamos ante una de las obras más importantes de la música del siglo XX, en las que el genio del compositor da vida y hace creibles los avatares de los personajes.
La grabación que nos ocupa responde a una idea más moderna de los personajes, pero sin olvidar lo que representan y el ambiente que rodea históricamente a la obra. Puesta en escena, interpretación orquestal y secundarios correctos: brilla a gran altura Reneè Fleming una de las mejores sopranos actuales quien interpreta a la Mariscala con esa gracia y apasionamiento tan habitual en ella.
La ópera, a la que el compositor, en las prostrimerías de su vida, dedicaría una suite orquestal, es, además de ser una pieza maestra en lo musical, un dechado de virtusismo que la hacen muy recomendable para todos aquellos que tienen en Richard Strauss un componente inimitable y único de la pasada centuria.
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Fleming es la actual Mariscala ideal. Una de las mejores versiones, aunque ninguna supere a las dos de Carlos Kleiber que se pueden encontrar en formato dvd.
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Una excelente ópera con una maravillosa interpretación, especialmente de Renée Fleming. Se ha convertido en una de mis óperas favoritas.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Outstanding Rosenkavalier 16 de abril de 2015
Por jlh - Publicado en
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This is a wonderful performance, well-staged and well-sung. Thielemann shows himself to be a superb Strauss conductor who lets the music unfold naturally as it builds to those glorious climaxes which sweep all before them. Hawlata makes a conventionally amusing Baron and sings the role well. You know you are in for something special when his fine performance is the weakest of the four leading roles. What makes this production so outstanding are the three female leads. Fleming, Koch, and Damrau are just about perfect, singing beautifully as soloists and blending together thrillingly in duets and in the famous trio. He may not be Italian, but Kaufmann dazzles in the brief tenor role. If you love Strauss, or if you are new to him and want to start at the top, do not hesitate. This dvd contains some of the most gorgeous singing you will ever encounter.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Life in a microcosm 2 de diciembre de 2009
Por Mr John Haueisen - Publicado en
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About the cast:

With a cast like this I had high hopes--and I wasn't disappointed.
Yes, the singing was excellent--no weak links. There will never be another Kurt Moll, but Franz Hawlata's acting really added to this Rosenkavalier, which was, by the way, originally intended to bear the title "Baron Ochs von Lerchenau."

There have been many great Octavians, and often many have been so lovely that it was difficult to achieve that "suspension of disbelief" and accept them as the young romantic leading man. Sophie Koch's good looks notwithstanding, it is her practiced acting that lets her pass herself off as a young chevalier.

Renee Fleming is at what I'd consider just the right age to play the Marchallin, and her singing and acting skills are likewise at their peak, making her "just right" for the role.

It just keeps getting better, as we see Diana Damrau as young Sophie. She has the voice, control, and acting skills to present a perfect fifteen-year-old marriageable daughter of the rich Faninal--and she looks just delicious too! She would turn any young Rosenkavalier's head.

Franz Grundheber is Lord Faninal, and plays the role with energy and confidence that add a new dimension to the usual image of Faninal as a social-climbing idiot whose only asset is a large amount of money. Grundheber's Faninal has strength and authority that let us know that he earned his wealth. He just wants to marry into the societal standing to which he thinks he's entitled. This may be the best Faninal ever seen.

About the opera:

I found these to be some of the reasons I'll return to this performance again and again:

The "presentation of the rose" scene. This is the epitome of a first "love at first sight" experience. Sophie Koch and Diana Damrau show perfect timing as they handle the rose and look into each other's eyes. Is there a heaven more beautiful than this Strauss duet's magic moment of love at first sight! A nod to the costuming here too, as the young couple, resplendent in silver-white, looks like a couple belonging atop a magnificent wedding cake.

Baron Ochs' "Mit mir" aria is delightfully self--indulgent, and the grand waltz music accompanying it is dripping with sugar--just as it should be.

This might be the best ever performance for introducing newcomers to Der Rosenkavalier. Efforts have been made throughout to insure continuity and clarity of the plot. Nothing is more illustrative of this than the opening of Act 3, which shows the innkeeper and his staff, setting up for Baron Ochs' romantic rendezvous with Octavian getting dressed as Mariandel to show us that they are all in on the plot to expose Ochs. A recurrent theme of Der Rosenkavalier is that, at so many levels, things are not always as they appear.

One last reason why I love this performance and think you will too, is the bonus feature with various members of the cast explaining their own feelings about Rosenkavalier. Renee Fleming surprised me with her facile German, easily answering questions in a fluid German that demonstrated that she was thinking in German too. Grundheber says of the scene with three sopranos on stage together, that there's nothing else like it in music: three soloists on stage, in private monologues, each describing the situation. Composer Strauss is commenting on the situation at the same time with the individual voices singing separately and all together, to comment so amazingly on the pain, joy, sorrow, and misfortunes of life. This is what great opera is all about: the artistic presentation of Life in a microcosm.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Ms. Fleming's Marschillian is top notch, the other singers just okay 11 de junio de 2015
Por Rachal - Publicado en
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This Rosenkavalier production is a good one but I give the four stars because the other singers are just okay. All credit goes to Renee Fleming's top notch performance as the Marchillian, a signature role for her. The other voices I found a bit uninspiring. Sophie Koch sounds and acts unconvincing as the Marschillian's young lover and Diana Damarau sounds shaky as Sophie and the male singers a bit dull. Jonas Kauffman is good as the Italian Singer but his appearance is all too short.
In short, I watch this DVD for Ms. Fleming's performance mainly and that makes it worth the purchase for me.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas I loved this version of Der Rosenkavalier 21 de junio de 2015
Por Jacqueline M. Leo - Publicado en
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I loved this version of Der Rosenkavalier.
Renee Fleming's voice is heavenly but her acting ability really makes The Marschallin a sympathetic character.
The role of Octavian, her young lover, is song by Sophie Koch. She must play a young man, who also disguises himself as a lady's maid to fool the oafish Baron. However Ms. Koch is totally believable when Octavian loses his heart to a more age-appropriate love, the innocent and charming Sophie. Their courtship is very sweet. How will they break Sophie's engagement to the old, lecherous Baron?
Oh yes, Richard Strauss has written music that sounds "modern" compared to Verde and Puccini. It is melodic, pleasing, and complex.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Good but.......... 12 de noviembre de 2009
Por Stefan - Publicado en
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I liked this performance a great deal but it didn't live up to its potential. The singing was very good overall but the voices of Koch and Damerau just didn't seem to mesh very well. I've never been a big fan of Fleming but she is superb here, both singing and acting wise. The production was beautifully done but the floor to ceiling mirrors was often distracting, particularly in acts 1 and 3. If you were in the auditorium it wouldn't have been a problem, but on the small screen when the focus is on just a portion of the action, it was often confusing to see the reflection of so many people scurrying around right behind the main characters. The orchestra played well but somehow it just didn't seem to have the glistening shine that I've heard from others, particular the Vienna Philharmonic. The director added some interesting touches but made a major mistake with the presentation of the rose. Sophie and Octavian should be facing each other during most of the singing, not facing forward. He also allowed Koch and particularly Damerau to overact during act 2. All that being said, I would still high recommend purchasing this DVD. It is worth it for the performance of Fleming alone.

My favorite performance is from the Met with Kiri Te Kanawa, Tatiana Troyanos, Judith Blegen and Kurt Moll. It is nigh on perfect and had the luxury of Pavarotti as the Italian Singer. I can only hope it appears some day on DVD to replace the DVDs I made from VHS tape.

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