L'Orchestre philharmonique de Radio France dirigé par Myung Whun-Chung interprète l'ouverture de "Carmen" de Georges Bizet, en bis d'un concert enregistré le 12 juin 2015 à l'Auditorium de la Maison de la Radio (Paris).
Performed at the Metropolitan Opera Conducted by James Levine
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Music by: Georges Bizet Track: Prelude to Act 1 From the Opera: Carmen Bizet - Carmen: Prelude to Act 1 Extended Epic Music Mix (First Channel): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGszKyYglkDx7zE2tyNAlSw Thank You for Listening!
Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Carmen: Overture · Georges Bizet · Anton Guadagno · Georges Bizet Tenor Arias - Concerto di Tenori ℗ 1997 Azzurra Music ℗ 2007 Blue Music Released on: 1999-01-04 Auto-generated by YouTube.
G. Bizet Overture from 'Carmen' == Orchestra of The Royal Opera House conducted by ZUBIN MEHTA == Live at the Royal Opera House in Covent Garden, . BIZET,G.: Carmen (Royal Opera House, 1991) (PAL) Georges Bizet (1838-1875) Carmen, Opera in four acts From The Royal Opera House Covent Garden 1991 .
Georges Bizet Carmen Suite No.1 Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra Leonard Slatkin, conductor 1. Prelude to Act I 0:00 2. Aragonaise (Prelude to Act IV) 1:25 3. Intermezzo (Prelude to Act III) 3:47 4. Seguidilla 6:24 5. Les Dragons d'Alcala 8:14 6. Les Toréadors (Introduction to Act I) 9:51
Spanish heat and gypsy passion are brought to the stage in Francesca Zambello's vivid production of Bizet's opera: http://www.roh.org.uk/carmen The Habanera is the aria Carmen sings when she first appears on stage. It is also known as 'L'amour est un oiseau rebelle'. Carmen was based on a popular novella of the same name by Prosper Mérimée, which enticed French readers with exotic tales of Spain. Its heady combination of passion, sensuality and violence initially proved too much for the stage and Georges Bizet's opera was a critical failure on its premiere in 1875. Bizet died shortly after, never learning of the spectacular success Carmen would achieve -- it has been staged over 500 times at Covent Garden alone. Carmen contains many well-loved numbers, such as Carmen's seductive Habanera and Escamillo's rousing Toreador's song, in which he celebrates the thrill of the bullfight. Richly coloured designs capture the sultry heat of the Spanish sun, while ranks of soldiers, crowds of peasants, gypsies and bullfighters bring 19th-century Seville alive. This combination of memorable music, vivid setting and dramatic story have made Carmen one of the most popular operas in the world.