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CD89852 Saint-Saens - Samson et Dalila - Paris - 17 May 2011

CD89852 Saint-Saens - Samson et Dalila - Paris - 17 May 2011
CD89852 Saint-Saens - Samson et Dalila - Paris - 17 May 2011
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CD89852 Saint-Saens - Samson et Dalila - Paris - 17 May 2011

For history's sake, it should be mentionned that the final line of Samson in Act 3, which Heppner completely cracked, has been edited in the broadcast, where a few seconds are "borrowed" from a recording with Placido Domingo!

> Location : Paris, Salle Pleyel > Concert performance : Tuesday 17 May 2011 > Broadcast : France Musique, Saturday 11 June 2011 > > Camille Saint-Saens (1835-1921) : Samson et Dalila (1877) > > Ben Heppner (tenor) : Samson > Elena Bocharova (mezzo) : Dalila > Tomas Tomasson (baritone) : Le Grand pretre de Dagon > Nicolas Teste (bass) : Abimelech > Gudjon Oskarsson (bass) : Un vieillard Hebreu > Alain Gabriel (tenor) : Le messager Philistin > Charles Ferre (tenor) : Le premier Philistin > Tomislav Lavoie (bass) : Le second Philistin > > Choeur et Orchestre du Theatre national du Capitole de Toulouse > conductor : Tugan Sokhiev

to be joined with HJSplit > MP3 - 320 Kbps > 3 acts - 3 files : 49, 43 and 37 minutes > no internet involved in recording > very good sound > programm book as PDF included (only in French) > > Best to the group, > > Mathias LEH

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