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Le Rossignol. (The Nightingale) (, rev). A musical fairy tale in three acts. Duration: 45′. Music Text. Libretto by the composer and Stepan Mitusov (R. Stravinsky’s Le rossignol. The Gramophone Choice. Natalie Dessay sop Nightingale Hugo Simcic Child Marie McLaughlin sop Cook Violeta Urmana mez Death. Igor Stravinsky. Le Rossignol, opera (lyric tale) in 3 acts. Composition Information ↓; Description ↓; Appears On ↓. Share on. facebook · twitter · tumblr.

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In the orchestral version, Stravinsky mostly uses music from acts two and three. Sony Classical Essential Classics. Stravinsky subsequently turned aside from large productions to concentrate on chamber music and the piano.

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Song of the Nightingale: The Emperor is moved by the bird’s beautiful song, but the scene is interrupted by the arrival of envoys from the Japanese Emperor, who has sent a mechanical nightingale as a gift. Anthology of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra. From all his players Rossigmol has secured that deliberately unemotional and real acting that so distinguishes French and American cinema and is such an asset in music-theatre of this genre.

Articles with Italian-language stdavinsky links Articles containing Russian-language text Articles containing French-language text Wikipedia articles with GND identifiers Wikipedia articles with MusicBrainz work identifiers. Opera by Igor Stravinsky. The Nightingale is elusive, but eventually accepts the offer to come to the palace. The Emperor is ill and near death; the figure of Death appears in the Emperor’s chamber. Past Performances National Symphony Orchestra: The Fisherman acts as commentator on the story’s events.


Please enable JavaScript in your browser to use the site fully. The delay between writing the first and the latter acts was caused by his commissions to write The FirebirdPetrushkaand The Rite of Spring for impresario Sergei Diaghilev ‘s Ballets Russes. Ballets; Stage Works; Orchestral Works. The ghosts of the Emperor’s past deeds visit him while he calls for his court musicians, but the genuine nightingale has rossitnol, in defiance of the imperial edict, and has begun to sing.

This page was last edited on 1 Juneat The Rossigno, Columbia Album Collection. When Stravinsky began composing The Nightingale late inhe was still closely connected rosisgnol his teacher Rimsky-Korsakov.

It was among RCA’s first recordings to be released in stereo, in Streams Videos All Posts. Search Search Gift Shop cart Cart. The second scene introduces the gift of the mechanical nightingale from the Emperor of Japan.

The Nightingale by Hans Christian Andersen.

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Retrieved from ” https: Back Plan Your Trip. Introspection Late Night Partying. Debussy -inspired rossingol harmonic movement makes up much of the earlier parts of the opera, along with some of the then-popular “orientalism”-in the form of altered pentatonic scales-to represent the drama at the Emperor’s court.

Courtiers festoon the palace with lanterns in advance of the singing of the Nightingale.

Too many mediocre stage productions are being preserved for vocal, not visual, reasons. The repetitious music of the mechanical contraption is interrupted by an angry passage: However, the Nightingale is straviinsky to be heard.


Ballets by George Balanchine. He names the mechanical bird “first singer”.

Le Chant du rossignol (Stravinsky, Igor)

The Emperor slowly regains his strength, and on seeing the Nightingale, offers it the “first singer” post at court. The result is is neither a true symphonic poem — it’s still far too loosely constructed for that — nor a suite from the opera — it’s far too exclusive for that.

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Song of the Nightingale. This was not the first or last piece by Stravinsky centered on the character of a bird, nor was it his first fascination with a seemingly perfect machine, as records tell us Stravinsky often preferred the stravinsku of a mechanical pianolato the human and inevitably imperfect performance on a real piano.

He was immediately willing to take the challenge, saying, “I learned the music well, and so