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Based on a poem written in 1827 by Alexander Pushkin, Zingari is a tale of passion, jealousy and crime in a Gypsy camp on the banks of the Danube. This one-act opera was a huge success immediately after it's creation in London in 1912 and had an incredibly long run, both in London and the United States. Marking Leoncavallo's return to the verismo style of Pagliacci, Opera Rara's version of Zingari showcases rich, colourful orchestral music with powerful choral moments and seductive arias. The great Bulgarian soprano Krassimira Stoyanova brings life to the beautiful temptress Fleana, who encourages and later rejects the passionate advances of aristocrat Radu, powerfully sung by tenor Arsen Soghomonyan. The American baritone Stephen Gaertner completes the fatal love triangle as Tamar, the brooding Gypsy poet.
Based on a poem written in 1827 by Alexander Pushkin, Zingari is a tale of passion, jealousy and crime in a Gypsy camp on the banks of the Danube. This one-act opera was a huge success immediately after it's creation in London in 1912 and had an incredibly long run, both in London and the United States. Marking Leoncavallo's return to the verismo style of Pagliacci, Opera Rara's version of Zingari showcases rich, colourful orchestral music with powerful choral moments and seductive arias. The great Bulgarian soprano Krassimira Stoyanova brings life to the beautiful temptress Fleana, who encourages and later rejects the passionate advances of aristocrat Radu, powerfully sung by tenor Arsen Soghomonyan. The American baritone Stephen Gaertner completes the fatal love triangle as Tamar, the brooding Gypsy poet.
792938006123

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Format: CD
Label: Opera Rara
Rel. Date: 11/18/2022
UPC: 792938006123

Leoncavallo: Zingari
Artist: Leoncavallo / Rizzi, Carlo / Royal Philharmonic
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Zingari: Overture
2. Zingari: "Batti! Il fuoco!" (Chorus)
3. Zingari: "Ah! taci! non lo dir!" (Tamar, the Old Man)
4. Zingari: "Ah! taci! non lo dir!" (Tamar, the Old Man)
5. Zingari: "Fleana! Zingara del mio cuor" (the Old man, Fleana)
6. Zingari: "Principe! Radu io son" (Radu)
7. Zingari: "E sia! Rimani all'ombra" (the Old Man, Fleana)
8. Zingari: "Zingari! Le mie nozze" (Fleana, Chorus)
9. Zingari: "Eccolo finalmente il sogno!" (Radu, Fleana, Chorus)
10. Zingari: "Chi è nell'ombra?" (Fleana, Radu, Tamar)
11. Zingari: "Addormentarmi, accarezzarmi" (Fleana)
12. Zingari: "O solamente mia!" (Radu, Tamar, Chorus, the Old man)
13. Zingari: "Disciogli i balenanti" (Chorus, the Old Man, Radu)
14. Zingari: "La la la la!" (Fleana)
15. Zingari: "Ora congiungi" (Fleana, the Old Man, Radu, Chorus)
16. Zingari: "Ah! Canto notturno" (Tamar, Fleana, Radu)
17. Zingari: "Tutta la vita mia ti donerò" (Radu, Fleana)
18. Zingari: Intermezzo
19. Zingari: "Presto! Ognuno rientri" (Chorus, Tamar)
20. Zingari: "Ho guidato al bivacco la tribù" (Tamar, Fleana)
21. Zingari: "M'attendevi? Fleana io t'ho pensato" (Radu)
22. Zingari: "Rientra" (Radu, Fleana)
23. Zingari: "No! Qualcuno s'aggira" (Radu, Fleana)
24. Zingari: "Tagliami! Abbruciami ma vi disprezzo" (Fleana, Radu)
25. Zingari: "Perduto! Tutto!" (Radu)
26. Zingari: "Canto notturno" (Tamar)
27. Zingari: "Radu? Dorme!" (Tamar, Fleana)
28. Zingari: "Bella! Bella! Sei qui tutta fremente!" (Tamar, Fleana)
29. Zingari: "Fleana! Ove sei?' (Radu, Tamar, Fleana, Chorus, the Old Man)

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Based on a poem written in 1827 by Alexander Pushkin, Zingari is a tale of passion, jealousy and crime in a Gypsy camp on the banks of the Danube. This one-act opera was a huge success immediately after it's creation in London in 1912 and had an incredibly long run, both in London and the United States. Marking Leoncavallo's return to the verismo style of Pagliacci, Opera Rara's version of Zingari showcases rich, colourful orchestral music with powerful choral moments and seductive arias. The great Bulgarian soprano Krassimira Stoyanova brings life to the beautiful temptress Fleana, who encourages and later rejects the passionate advances of aristocrat Radu, powerfully sung by tenor Arsen Soghomonyan. The American baritone Stephen Gaertner completes the fatal love triangle as Tamar, the brooding Gypsy poet.
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