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CD5323 Debussy Pelleas 2008 Toronto

CD5323 Debussy Pelleas 2008 Toronto
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CD5323 Debussy Pelleas 2008 Toronto

CANADIAN OPERA COMPANY, TORONTO Broadcast CBC September 20, 2008 Pell´┐Żas et M´┐Żlisande / Pelleas et Melisande Opera in Five Acts

Music by Claude Debussy Text in French. From Maurice Maeterlinck' s play of the same name. World Premiere: Paris, Op´┐Żra Comique, April 30, 1902 U.S. Premiere: New York, Manhattan Opera House, February 19, 1908 Cast & Characters

Russell Braun, baritone.... .Pell´┐Żas, King Arkel's grandson / half brother of Golaud. Isabel Bayrakdarian, soprano..... M´┐Żlisande, a girl with long hair who marries Golaud. Pavlo Hunka, bass-baritone. .... Golaud, King Arkel's grandson. M´┐Żlisande is his second wife. Richard Wiegold, bass.....Arkel, King of Allemonde. Barbara Dever, mezzo soprano..... Genevi´┐Żve, mother of Pell´┐Żas and Golaud. Erin Fisher, mezzo soprano..... Yniold, Golaud's son by his first marriage. Alain Coulombe, bass.....A Physician Canadian Opera Company Orchestra Canadian Opera Company Chorus Sandra Horst, Chorus Master Jan Latham-Koenig, conductor Nicholas Muni, director recorded Four Season Centre for the Performing Arts, Toronto, May 20-22, 2008

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