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Book description L'edizione comprende i sette romanzi della "Recherche" nella prestigiosa traduzione di Giovanni Raboni, e il volume "Sulla lettura", una rievocazione di Proust delle proprie esperienze di lettore, corredato di un'appendice di "Immagini proustiane" a cura di A. Haiku summary.
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Original publication date. Click to show. Warning: May contain spoilers. L'edizione comprende i sette romanzi della "Recherche" nella prestigiosa traduzione di Giovanni Raboni, e il volume "Sulla lettura", una rievocazione di Proust delle proprie esperienze di lettore, corredato di un'appendice di "Immagini proustiane" a cura di A. As an opera, it speaks volumes for the Eternal City.
And its locations, precisely exact in each detail, are all quintessentially Roman.
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And most of the music that connects up with that Roman spirit is all timed so as to contain the entire action within sixteen hours, even if Puccini is a product of his times and contemporary musical signals , Puccini-isms laden with postWagnerian leitmotifs and even Japanese overtones to be exploited in Butterfly , appear here and there somewhat out of sync with the characters.
It is a direct violation of the intentions with which the opera embarks and makes light of the materials of which it is so tightly constructed. That said, all this would have been alright and scarcely caused a murmur, had it not interfered with the action and been more original. They interfered in my opinion with the enjoyment of the opera. When the staging and the music go in two different directions , the effect is unreal and all you create on stage amounts to sheer gimmickry. You could have gone in for a total adaptation that creates a different world, that of a filmmaker filming Tosca.
Tell us that story, then it is acceptable. Here you have a picture perfect traditional rendition by conductor Fisch who excels even in the open air setting of the Caracalla adhering musically to the Puccini score and gives us the most authentic performance of the original Puccini ever. There is no fooling around with the score. Well Directed Voice The opera singers were all in their respective worlds, oblivious to the constantly flitting cameras. Perhaps he should reassess his voice which according to me has distinct baritone possibilities.
Or specialise in Russian, Bulgarian and other opera more suited to his limited but welldirected voice used with an intelligence and darkness of conception.
Lirico Drammatico Par Excellence In contrast, Csilla Boross as Tosca was all expression, moved with a fluidity and grace, and shaped each stance from the music. A singer of immense musicality , her voice of great lyrical beauty has carrying power and tremendous expressivity. On the set the dramatic soprano from Hungary is a sheer delight.
Away from sheer personality projection, with solid technique well-applied, as Csilla Boross focusses on becoming the character, we have exceptional abilities at play that produce effects at all times. That headstrong Tosca is a role tailormade for her we see not only in her exceedingly powerful singing but also in projecting a voice shining in its immensity with a brilliance of colours where tonal warmth equals emotional warmth.
It is one that calls for considerable vocal stamina, a confident technique and a continuous stream of wellmodulated pliant or smooth legato singing, remarkable qualities she has in abundance. Controlled and persuasive indeed, she is perfect for Puccini, and has already, only three years into a promising career, performed Mimi, Cio Cio San, Liu, Lescaut and Tosca. For like the lady from Banbury Cross Tosca creates scenes wherever she goes and even in the ultimate gruesome act of exterminating Scarpia ironically anoints her victim with tall candles and a crucifix.
It is wholly possible that with all energies expended in the taxing scene and the last minute flinging down by costar the crucial timing of this aria has given innumerable Toscas including Callas problems! Csilla Boross needs to conserve her energy for the aria and give it her all because it is the world famous plea cum lament that it is and the public expects it of her.