Monday, October 17, 2011

Patricia Petibon Explores Spanish Arias and Songs on DG

"Watch Patricia Petibon speak about her Deutsche Grammaphon album Melancolia and a trailer with behind-the-scenes clips of the recording session. Unique for her dramatic flair, expert musicality, and interpretive powers, soprano Patricia Petibon indulges in her love of Luso-Iberian music. From zarzuela to art song, folk song, the "Aria Cantilena" of Brazil's Villa-Lobos, and the traditional Afro-Brazilian "Ogundé uareré," Patricia Petibon also samples the new. She includes the world-premiere recording of Nicolas Bacri's song cycle, which was dedicated to her. Patricia Petibon adds spice by teaming up with flamenco musicians for one-of-a-kind performances of the zarzuela hit Adios, Granada and the folk tune "El vito." Beloved favorites are not neglected: Petibon's take on "La tarántula," "Marinela," "Canto negro," and "La petenera" sparkle with light and life."


Complete track list is after the jump.

Patricia Petibon - Mélancolia

ENRIQUE GRANADOS (1867–1916)
1.La maja dolorosa II: Ay majo de mi vida   Tonadillas No. 2
Text: Fernando Periquet · Orchestration: Rafael Ferrer
XAVIER MONTSALVATGE (1912–2002)
2:34
2.Canción de cuna   Cinco canciones negras No. 4
Text: Ildefonso Pereda Valdés
3:06
3.Canto negro   Cinco canciones negras No. 5
Text: Nicolás Guillen
1:15
JOAQUÍN NIN Y CASTELLANOS (1879–1949)
4.El vito   Veinte cantos populares españoles II No. 8
Text: Traditional
Daniel Manzanas guitar 
Joël Grare percussion 
Heitor villa-lobos (1887–1959) 
5:00
HEITOR VILLA-LOBOS (1887–1959)
5.Aria (Cantilena)   Bachianas Brasileiras No. 5
for soprano and string orchestra 
Text: Ruth Valladares Corrêa
5:38
JOAQUÍN TURINA (1882–1949)
6.Cantares   Poema en forma de canciones No. 3
Text: Ramón María de las Mercedes de Campoamor y Campoosorio
2:12
GERÓNIMO GIMÉNEZ (1854–1923)
7.La tarántula é un bicho mú malo (Zapateado)  from La tempranica
Text: Julián Romea Castro
1:46
RAFAEL CALLEJA GÓMEZ (1870–1938) / TOMÁS BARRERA SAAVEDRA (1870–1938)
8.Adiós Granada   from Emigrantes
Text: Pablo Cases
Daniel Manzanas guitar 
Joël Grare percussion 
4:02
MANUEL DE FALLA (1876–1946)
9.¡Vivan los que ríen!   from La vida breve, Act I
Text: Carlos Fernández Shaw
Federico moreno torroba (1891–1982) 
4:53
FEDERICO MORENO TORROBA (1891–1982)
10.Petenera   from La marchenera
Text: Ricardo González del Toro & Fernando Luque
2:53
ENRIQUE GRANADOS (1867–1916)
11.El mirar de la maja   Tonadillas No. 7
Text: Fernando Periquet · Orchestration: Rafael Ferrer
2:53
JOSÉ SERRANO SIMEÓN (1873–1941)
12.Marinela, Marinela   from La canción del olvido
Text: Federico Romero & Guillermo Fernández Shaw
2:15
TRADITIONAL
13.Ogundé uareré
Text: Traditional
Susan Manoff piano 
Joël Grare percussion
3:38
NICOLAS BACRI (*1961)

MELODÍAS DE LA MELANCOLÍA OP. 119   
FOR PATRICIA PETIBON
TEXT: ÁLVARO ESCOBAR-MOLINA
WORLD PREMIERE RECORDING
14.1. A la mar4:04
15.2. Silencio mi niño4:11
16.3. Hay quien dice3:20
17.4. Sólo3:37

PATRICIA PETIBON - soprano


Orquesta Nacional de España
Josep Pons


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