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Music : Jurowski, Barcellona, Pratt, Mihai, Daliotti - Rossini: Adelaide Di Borgogna (2013)
 
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Jurowski, Barcellona, Pratt, Mihai, Daliotti - Rossini: Adelaide Di Borgogna (2013)
Classical | Bluray-rip 720p | Audio: Italian | Subtitles: Italian, English, German, French, Spanish, Japanese, Korean | Run time: 137 mins | 5.97 GB
AVC, MKV 1280x720 (16:9) 29.97fps, 4605kbps | DTS, 48000Hz, 6ch, 1510kbps

"It can be truly said of Adelaide di Borgogna that, like a rose, it bloomed but a day - l'espace d'un matin." First performed in Rome on the 27th December 1817, it enjoyed very few revivals. In 2011 the Rossini Festival in Pesaro presented the second staged performance of Adelaide di Borgogna since 1825. The story of the opera was taken from a historical event that took place in the medieval period, marking the end of an independent Italian kingdom and leading to the birth of the German Holy Roman Empire through the efforts of Otto I of Saxony. Caught between political rivalry and the love of two men, Adelaide of Burgundy struggles to fight for her people and chooses Otto, the better ruler, for herself and her kingdom."

Adelaide stars sought-after mezzo Daniela Barcellona as Ottone, young Australian soprano Jessica Pratt, who possesses a natural-born bel canto voice, in the role of Adelaide, and Bogdan Mihai gives proof of his versatile coloratura-tenor.

Director Pier' Alli devised a modern, stylish look for his production, which interweaves medieval aspects with ironically used elements from the time of the opera's genesis. His video installations create a beautifully abstract world for Rossini's colourful music.

Composer: Gioachino Rossini
Performer: Nicola Ulivieri, Jessica Pratt, Daniela Barcellona, Bogdan Mihai, ...
Conductor: Dimitri Jurowski
Orchestra/Ensemble: Bologna Teatro Comunale Chorus, Bologna Teatro Comunale Orchestra "

"Reviews: Composed in 1817 for Rome between the writing of Armida and Mosè in Egitto for Naples, Adelaide di Borgogna has all the signs of being a commission hastily filled by the composer to a classic template of war, revolution and romance, with a historical background of Italian significance. It's the kind of subject that Verdi would later make his own and, without underestimating the importance of the Rossini influence, often do it with considerably more character than it is done here in Adelaide di Borgogna. It's not the composer's greatest work then, but being Rossini it's not entirely without merit either, and the right kind of singing and staging could certainly bring out its qualities. Recorded at the Rossini Opera Festival in Pesaro in 2011, director Pier' Alli and conductor Dmitri Jurowski certainly make the best of the work and are assisted with some fine singing performances, but overall the work still remains problematic.

The main problem with Adelaide di Borgogna is that proves to be a difficult opera to stage dramatically. There's a solid historical foundation to the work, which is based around the year 951 on the campaigns of the German Emperor Otto the Great, even if it has all the usual operatic mannerisms, coincidences and twists that we have become familiar with in historical romances. That at least gives the composer plenty of material to work with and the principal pleasure of the work then is indeed in listening to Rossini's spirited musical arrangements for the piece. It also helps that the performance of it here under Dmitri Jurowski is simply wonderful. Regardless of whether the music is the most expressive - sometimes it's fairly conventional, repetitive and monotonous - Jurowski varies the pace and seems to pitch the tone perfectly for demands of each scene. You could hardly ask for a more sympathetic account, and it makes all the difference.

Dramatically however, it remains a little creaky, with lots of off-stage to-and-fro action in Act II. Pier' Alli's production is also a little creaky in places and a little baffling in others, but it does manage to enliven the proceedings somewhat. The approach to the sets and costume design is classically traditional for the most part, with some ravishing gold and green colour schemes. To give it a little extra dimension however, Alli uses back projections of filmed sequences and some 3-D modelling, with an emphasis (I'm not sure why) on water and rain. Although there are one or two questionable touches - soldiers in raincoats duelling with umbrellas - the visuals are striking enough to give some dramatic focus to the work and help it get through some of the duller or less inspired sections of the work. Even if they don't entirely succeed, the musical performance and the staging do their best to bring this work to life. So too do the singers, and rather more impressively.

As Adelaide, Jessica Pratt gives a strong performance of a tricky role in terms of its dramatic and singing demands, and she manages to bring the role to life with some degree of character. The drama might revolve around Adelaide, but Ottone is another critical role and it's in safe hands with Daniela Barcellona. If there are any minor weaknesses in delivery of one or two notes, it's entirely down to the demands of live performance, as otherwise they are most impressive individually and in how the voices blend and complement each other. The Adelaide/Ottone Act I duet 'Mi dai corone e vita' is just marvellous. Similarly, Bogdan Mihai and Nicola Ilivieri are good fits for the roles of Adelberto and Berengario and work well within the whole ensemble. This is demonstrated most notably in the quartet at the end of Act I, which is typically well-organised in Rossini's management and orchestration of the rising drama. Even if it never entirely comes together convincingly as a whole, it's such moments that make Adelaide di Borgogna well worth viewing as an enjoyable minor Rossini opera.

Arthaus give us another nice Blu-ray package for this 2011 Rossini Opera Festival production. On a BD50 disc, the image is fine and detailed, with the usual fine PCM stereo and DTS HD-Master Audio 5.1 tracks. There is a wonderful rich, fullness of sound in this production from a relatively small orchestra that comes across well and gives the production an extra musical boost. There is a 17-minute Making Of feature on the disc, which has interviews with Jurowski and Alli, with emphasis on the unique elements of this production of the work. The disc is all-region compatible, and subtitles are in Italian, English, German, French, Spanish and Korean."


Tracklisting:

1. Adelaide di Borgogna by Gioachino Rossini
Performer: Nicola Ulivieri (Tenor), Jessica Pratt (Soprano), Daniela Barcellona (Mezzo Soprano),
Bogdan Mihai (Tenor), Jeannette Fischer (Soprano), Clemente Antonio Daliotti (Baritone)
Conductor: Dimitri Jurowski
Orchestra/Ensemble: Bologna Teatro Comunale Chorus, Bologna Teatro Comunale Orchestra
Period: Romantic
Written: 1817; Italy

Cast:
Ottone - Daniela Barcellona
Adelaide - Jessica Pratt
Berengario - Nicola Ulivieri
Adelberto - Bogdan Mihai
Eurice - Jeannette Fischer
Iroldo - Francesca Pierpaoli
Ernesto - Clemente Antonio Daliotti
Orchestra & Chorus of the Teatro Comunale di Bologna
Conductor - Dmitri Jurowski

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