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Leo Delibes – Lakme (Bonynge) [1989]

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Leo Delibes – Lakme (Bonynge) [1989]

CD1
1. Lakmé - Prélude	Orchestre National de l'Opéra de Monte-Carlo	3:05
2. Lakmé / Act 1 - A l'heure accoutumée	Jane Berbié	3:12
3. Lakmé / Act 1 - Blanche Dourga, pâle Siva!	Dame Joan Sutherland	3:56
4. Lakmé / Act 1 - Lakmé, c'est toi qui nous protèges	Gabriel Bacquier	3:09	
5. Lakmé / Act 1 - Viens, Mallika, ... Dôme épais (Flower Duet)	Dame Joan Sutherland	5:59
6. Lakmé / Act 1 - Miss Rose, Miss Ellen, respectez les clôtures	Monica Sinclair	2:10	
7. Lakmé / Act 1 - Quand une femme est si jolie	Gwenyth Annear	1:18	
8. Lakmé / Act 1 - Leur vertu si bizarre manque d'apparat	Claude Cales	4:47
9. Lakmé / Act 1 - Prendre le dessin d'un bijou... Fantaisie aux divins	Alain Vanzo	6:02	
10. Lakmé / Act 1 - C'est elle ... c'est Lakmé	Alain Vanzo	2:57
11. Lakmé / Act 1 - Les fleurs me paraissent ... Pourquoi dans les grands	Dame Joan Sutherland	4:42	
12. Lakmé / Act 1 - D'où viens-tu? Que veux-tu?	Dame Joan Sutherland	3:41
13. Lakmé / Act 1 - C'est le dieu de la jeunesse	Alain Vanzo	4:58
14. Lakmé / Act 1 - Entr'acte	Orchestre National de l'Opéra de Monte-Carlo	1:21	
15. Lakmé / Act 2 - Allons, avant que midi sonne	Josephte Clement	4:50
16. Lakmé / Act 2 - Ils sont assourdissants!	Monica Sinclair	1:16
17. Lakmé / Act 2 - Dances- Terana/Rektah/Persian	Monte Carlo Opera Choir	7:07
18. Lakmé / Act 2 - Voyez donc ce viellard	Josephte Clement	2:05	
19. Lakmé / Act 2 - Lakmé, ton doux regard se voile	Gabriel Bacquier	3:41	

CD2
1. Lakmé / Act 2 - Ah! c'est de ta douleur	Dame Joan Sutherland	3:28
2. Lakmé / Act 2 - Où va la jeune Indoue (Bell song)	Gabriel Bacquier	6:00
3. Lakmé / Act 2 - La rage me dévore	Gabriel Bacquier	3:41	
4. Lakmé / Act 2 - Au milieu des chants d'allégresse	Gabriel Bacquier	2:59
5. Lakmé / Act 2 - Le maître ne pense qu'à sa vengeance	Emile Belcourt	1:45
6. Lakmé / Act 2 - Lakmé! Lakmé! C'est toi!	Alain Vanzo	3:49
7. Lakmé / Act 2 - Dans le forêt près de nous	Dame Joan Sutherland	4:11	
8. Lakmé / Act 2 - O Dourga, toi qui renais	Gwenyth Annear	2:04	
9. Lakmé / Act 2 - Voyez cette ville en fête	Josephte Clement	5:44
10. Lakmé / Act 2 - Entr'acte	Orchestre National de l'Opéra de Monte-Carlo	3:26
11. Lakmé / Act 3 - Sous le ciel tout étoilé	Dame Joan Sutherland	3:27
12. Lakmé / Act 3 - Quel vague souvenir abourdit ma pensée ...Ah! viens	Alain Vanzo	
13. Lakmé / Act 3 - Là, je pourrai t'entendre ... Desendons la pente	Dame Joan Sutherland	4:14
14. Lakmé / Act 3 - Vivant! Ah! Frédéric!	Claude Cales	3:45
15. Lakmé / Act 3 - Ils allaient deux à deux	Dame Joan Sutherland	4:45
16. Lakmé / Act 3 - Tu m'as donné le plus doux rêve	Dame Joan Sutherland	5:59
17. Lakmé / Act 3 - C'est lui! C'est lui!	Gabriel Bacquier	3:45

Gérard - Alain Vanzo
Frédérick - Claude Calès
Nilakantha - Gabriel Bacquier
Lakmé - Joan Sutherland
Mallika - Jane Berbié
Hadji - Emile Belcourt
Ellen - Gwenyth Annear
Rose - Josephte Clément
Miss Benson - Monica Sinclair

Orchestre National de l'Opéra de Monte-Carlo
Richard Bonynge, 1967

 

Delibes's opera Lakmé is full of gorgeous melodies, even if you don't count the coloratura sensation, the famous "Bell Song." That aria virtually demands a soprano of Sutherland's agility and ease, and it gets it here. Even the few singers who can match her in the upper altitudes can't do it with a voice so rich and full. Sutherland's is a Lakmé beyond comparison with twittering, thin-voiced, coloratura specialists. She did make this recording at a time when her diction was mushy and her vocal lines sometimes drooped, so she's not beyond criticism. But revel in the voice; after all, Lakmé is a cardboard character, and the opera, for all its considerable charms, isn't another Ring cycle. Sutherland's colleagues are excellent, too. Vanzo was one of the finest lyric tenors of his generation and is by far the best Gérald on disc. Jane Berbié and Gabriel Bacquier are also unmatched, and Bonynge's conducting is idiomatic and flowing. Add engineering from Decca/London's golden age of recording, and here's a Lakmé to treasure. ---Dan Davis, Editorial Reviews

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