From a wonderfully funny & spirited production of Offenbach's "La Belle Hélène", given at Paris Théâtre du Châtelet in 2001
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Offenbach - La Belle Hélène - Version Bouffes-Parisiens 1976 (LP, Album).
Shop 16 records for sale for album La belle helene by Jacques Offenbach on CDandLP in Vinyl and CD format. jacques offenbach la belle hélène - version intégrale bouffes-parisiens 1976. carrere - 6. 87 - France - 1976 - original used. Price : 1. 0 €. Format : LP. Cover condition : EX (Excellent) Media condition : NM (Near Mint).
La belle Hélène was an instant success with both the public and the critics and enjoyed an initial run of 700 performances. Premieres in Vienna (1865), Berlin (1865), London (Adelphi Theatre, June 30th, 1866), Edinburg (King's Theatre, 3 April 1965) and Glasgow (Theatre Royal), and Chicago (1867) followed shortly. In 1983 he took the title role in a revival of Christiné's Phi-Phi at the Théâtre des Bouffes Parisiens. His many recordings include: Raimbaud (Le Comte Ory), Escamillo (Carmen), Golaud (Pelléas et Mélisande), Mizgir (The Snow Maiden), Gondremarck (La Vie parisienne), Calchas (La belle Hélène) and Mephistophélès (La damnation de Faust).
La belle Hélène, is an opéra bouffe in three acts, with music by Jacques Offenbach and words by Henri Meilhac and Ludovic Halévy. The piece parodies the story of Helen's elopement with Paris, which set off the Trojan War. The premiere was at the Théâtre des Variétés, Paris, on 17 December 1864. The work ran well, and productions followed in three continents.
Download the album or mp3, watch videos Jacques Offenbach. All video clips of all the songs are here. Offenbach's numerous operettas, such as Orpheus in the Underworld, and La belle Hélène, were extremely popular in both France and the English-speaking world during the 1850s and 1860s. They combined political and cultural satire with witty grand opera parodies. His popularity in France went down during the 1870s after the Second Empire, and he fled France, but during the last years of his life, his popularity rebounded, and several of his operettas are still performed.
La belle Hélène (1864). Les bavards was originally created as Bavard et bavarde in one-act form and performed at the Kurtheater, Bad Ems in June 1862. It became Die Schwätzerin von Saragossa for Vienna in November of that year, and was produced in its final two-act form at the Théâtre des Bouffes Parisiens, Paris (Salle Choiseul) on 20 February 1863, with Delphine Ugalde. Revised version cast, Paris, 20 February 1863 (Conductor: Jacques Offenbach).
Pieces based on La belle Hélène. La Belle Helene; La Belle-Hélène; La belle Helene; Den sköna Helena; Frumoasa elena; Güzel helen (opera); La Belle Hélene; La Belle Helène; La belle Hélene; La belle Helène; The Beauteous Helena; The Beautiful Helen. I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat.
Offenbach - La Belle Hélène. Download Offenbach - La Belle Hélène for free on Vidmate. Cricket World Cup. Super 30. Hindi song.
Interestingly, another shortened version of L'étoile was recorded in 1941 with Ernest Ansermet at the podium and featuring the great French soprano Ninon Vallin. Désormière's recording both sounds better than Ansermet's, taken from broadcast, and is a slightly better performance; Désormière was simply on a roll in 1941 - that was the year of his recording of Debussy's Pélleas et Mélisande that many consider to be the best ever made. There is an alternative rendering on CD of the Nixa recording of La belle Hélène; however, it does not contain any filler as on the Regis
|A1||Marche Et Couplets Des Rois||4:18|
|A2||Chœurs De Jeunes Filles Et Air D'Hélène « Amour Divins... »||5:08|
|A3||Couplets D'Oreste « Tzing ! La ! La ! »||2:08|
|A4||Le Jugement De Paris||3:30|
|A5||Finale De L'acte 1||9:03|
|B1||Invocation À Venus||3:05|
|B2||Duo Du Rêve||6:05|
|B3||Ensemble Et Couplet « Un Mari Sage »||5:00|
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- Distributed By – Sofrason
- Adapted By – Jacques Emmanuel, Jean-Laurent Cochet
- Adapted By, Conductor – Gérard Calvi
- Composed By – Jacques Offenbach
- Directed By [Direction Vocale] – Alice Ridel
- Libretto By – Meilhac*, Halévy*
- Orchestra – Orchestre Et Ensemble Des Bouffes-Parisiens*, Sadler's Wells Orchestra
- Producer – Basil Coleman
- Recording Supervisor – Norman Newell
- Vocals – Alain Villeneuve, Bernard Bourges, Brigitte Kraft, Jeanine Furno, Marc Villele, Marie-Christine Jourde, Michèle Rimbold, Sylvie Van Der Meulen
- Vocals [Achille] – Jean-Luc Tardieu (tracks: A1, A5, B3)
- Vocals [Agamemnon] – Michel Roux (tracks: A1, A5, B3, B4)
- Vocals [Ajax 1er] – Jacques Ramade (tracks: A1, A5, B3)
- Vocals [Ajax 2e] – Georges Montillier (tracks: A1, A5, B3)
- Vocals [Bacchus] – Anne-Marie Lancastre (tracks: A3, A5, B3)
- Vocals [Calchas] – Pierre Tornade (tracks: A2, A5, B3, B4)
- Vocals [Hélène] – Nicky Nancel (tracks: A1, A2, B1, B2, B3)
- Vocals [Leoena] – Joëlle Vautier (tracks: A3, A5, B3)
- Vocals [Menelas] – Jean-Laurent Cochet (tracks: A1, A5, B3, B4)
- Vocals [Oreste] – Marcel Philippot (tracks: A3, A5, B3)
- Vocals [Parthoenis] – Michèle Mellory (tracks: A3, A5, B3)
- Vocals [Philocome] – Jean-Marie Martin (tracks: A3, A5, B3)
- Vocals [Pâris] – André Battedou (tracks: A4, A5, B2, B3, B5)
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Title: La Belle Hélène - Version Bouffes-Parisiens 1976
Date of release: 1976
Size MP3: 1596 mb
Size FLAC: 1356 mb
Rating: 4.2 / 5
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