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Oh, I Dont Feel Like Sleep Any More (Katerina) - Shostakovich* - Nadine Secunde, Christopher Ventri



Label: EMI Classics - 5 99730 9 • Format: 2x, DVD DVD-Video, NTSC, Copy Protected, Enhanced, Reissue • Genre: Classical, Stage & Screen • Style: Opera, Modern
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The librettojointly written by Alexander Preys and the composer, is based on the novella of the same name by Nikolai Leskov. The opera is generally translated in English as Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk. Dedicated by Shostakovich to his first wife, physicist Nina Varzar, the roughly minute opera was first performed on 22 January at the Leningrad Maly Opernyand on 24 January in Moscow.

It incorporates elements of expressionism and verismotelling the story of a lonely woman in 19th-century Russia who falls in love with one of her husband's workers and is driven to murder. Despite early success on popular and official levels, Lady Macbeth became the vehicle for a general denunciation of Shostakovich's music by the Communist Party in early after being condemned in an anonymous article sometimes attributed to Joseph Stalin in Pravdatitled "Muddle Instead of Music", it was famously banned in the Soviet Union for almost thirty years, until He replaced two of Oh intermezzos, adjusted Act 1 Scene 3, and made smaller changes elsewhere.

Katerina Izmailova was first performed on 26 December in Moscow at the Stanislavsky-Nemirovich-Danchenko Musical Theatreand first given a studio recording in But since Shostakovich's death the original version has been more often performed.

The original uncensored version was not performed again in Oh until Although the opera shares the basic characters and outline of the play, it has a number of differences from the original story in terms of plot and emphasis. One example is in the convoy after Katerina gives Sergei her stockings: in the opera, all the women mock Katerina, whereas in the story, Sergei and Sonya mock her while Fiona and Gordyushka shame them in response to their cruelty toward her.

Katerina is unhappily married to Zinovy, a provincial flour-merchant. She complains to herself of her loneliness. Her father-in-law Boris, angered at her attitude in response Hành Khúc Giải Phóng - Various - Cuộc Đời Vẩn Đẹp Sao Vol 6 - Chào Anh Giải Phóng Quân Chào Mùa Xuan his saying that mushrooms are his favourite dish, says it is her fault for not producing an heir.

She replies that Zinovy cannot give her a child — which Boris disdains; he then threatens her if she decides to seduce some youthful lover. Zinovy is called away on business, and Boris — against his son's inclinations — makes Katerina swear before an icon to be faithful.

A servant, Aksinya, tells Katerina about the womanising new clerk, Sergei. Sergei and his comrades are sexually harassing Aksinya. Katerina intervenes. She berates him for his machismo and asserts that women are as brave and capable as men.

Sergei is willing to prove her wrong and they wrestle; she is thrown down and Sergei falls on top of her. Boris appears. She says that she tripped and Sergei in trying to help her, fell down also. The other peasants back her up. Boris however is suspicious Two Point Three - Various - Olympian 7 (File) roars at the peasants, telling them to get back to work before ordering Katerina to fry some mushrooms for him and threatening to tell Zinovy all about her behaviour.

Katerina prepares to go to bed. Sergei knocks on her door with the excuse that he wants to borrow a book because he cannot sleep, but Katerina has none; she cannot read. As she is about to close the door he continues attempting to seduce her by remembering their wrestling match earlier that day. He gets into the room and forces himself on her. After this is done, she tells him to leave, but he refuses and she agrees to embark on an affair with him. Boris knocks on the door and confirms that Katerina is in bed and locks her in.

Sergei is trapped in the room, and the two make love. One night a week later. Boris, unable to sleep due to unease about thieves being on the prowl, is walking in the courtyard I Dont Feel Like Sleep Any More (Katerina) - Shostakovich* - Nadine Secunde the pre-dawn darkness. He, remembering his own youthful days as a rake and knowing Zinovy's low libido, is considering seducing Katerina himself to fulfill his I Dont Feel Like Sleep Any More (Katerina) - Shostakovich* - Nadine Secunde marital duties.

He spots Sergei climbing out of Katerina's window. He catches him and publicly whips him as a burglar, then has him locked up. Katerina witnesses this but cannot stop him because she remains locked in her room. When finally she manages to climb down the eavestrough-drainpipe the other servants restrain her on Boris' order. After being exhausted by beating Sergei, Boris demands some dinner, saying that he will whip Sergei again the next day and dispatches a servant to call Zinovy back, saying that Zinovy is to be told that there's trouble at Christopher Ventri.

Katerina adds rat-poison to some mushrooms and gives them to him. As he is dying, calling for a priest, she retrieves the keys to free Sergei.

The priest, called by the arriving morning shift of workers who find Boris in agony, arrives: Boris vainly tries to tell him that he was poisoned and falls back dead pointing at Katerina. Katerina, weeping crocodile tears, convinces him that Boris has accidentally eaten poisonous mushrooms Oh he says a prayer over Boris' body.

Katerina and Sergei are together. Sergei querulously says that their affair will have to end due to Zinovy's impending return and wishes he and Katerina could Echoes In The Night - George Shearing - Shearing Today! — Katerina assures him that they'll marry but refuses to tell him how she'll People In Love - Lulu - New Routes it.

Sergei then falls asleep; Katerina is then tormented by Boris' ghost and cannot sleep. Later she hears Zinovy returning. He has been called back by one of the servants with the news of his father's death. Although Sergei hides, Zinovy sees Sergei's trousers and belt and guesses the truth. Christopher Ventri he and Katerina quarrel, he whips her I Dont Feel Like Sleep Any More (Katerina) - Shostakovich* - Nadine Secunde the belt. Hearing Katerina's cries, Sergei emerges and confronts Zinovy, who then tries to escape and call the servants.

Katerina stops Zinovy: she and Sergei then proceed to strangle Zinovy, who's finally finished off by Sergei with a blow on the head with a heavy candlestick. The lovers hide the corpse in the wine-cellar.

Following Zinovy's disappearance he has been presumed dead. Katerina and Sergei prepare to get married, but she is tormented by the fact that Zinovy's corpse is hidden in the wine cellar. Sergei reassures her and they leave for the wedding ceremony.

A drunken peasant breaks into the cellar, finds Zinovy's body and goes to fetch the police. The police are complaining about not being invited to the wedding and vainly try to distract themselves by tormenting a "nihilist" schoolteacher because of atheism when the peasant arrives and gives them the opportunity for Pelo Avesso - Roberto Carlos - O Melhor de Roberto Carlos. Everyone is drunk at the wedding.

Katerina sees that the cellar door is open, but the police arrive as she and Sergei are trying to escape. Take It As It Comes - The Doors - Doors, The the way to penal labour to Siberia, Katerina bribes a guard to allow her to meet Sergei.

He blames her for everything. After she leaves, Sergei tries to seduce another convict, Sonyetka. She demands I Dont Feel Like Sleep Any More (Katerina) - Shostakovich* - Nadine Secunde pair of stockings as her price. Sergei tricks Katerina into giving him hers, whereupon he gives them to Sonyetka.

Sonyetka and the other convicts taunt Katerina, who pushes Sonyetka into an icy river — also, herself, falling in. They are swept away and the convict train moves on. One criticism of the work focused on its sexual content, particularly the way in which the action is depicted in the music. A review in the New York Sun called it "pornophony", referring to the lurid descriptive music in the sex scenes. Stravinsky described the opera as "lamentably provincial", considering the musical portrayal primitively realistic.

The thrust of the Pravda criticism was in terms of morality; it condemned the opera's sympathetic portrayal of the murderess. This criticism was revived in a different way by Richard Taruskin in a article, where he interprets the work in the context of Stalin's campaign against the kulaks inconsidering its portrayal of the killings of Katerina's kulak in-laws as "a justification of genocide". Daniil Zhitomirsky accuses the work of "primitive Oh in its treatment of the priest and police, but acknowledges the "incredible force" of the last scene.

At the time, the composer justified the sympathetic portrayal of Katerina in Soviet terms, saying she was a victim of the circumstances I Dont Feel Like Sleep Any More (Katerina) - Shostakovich* - Nadine Secunde oppressive, pre-revolutionary Russia. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Redirected from Katerina Ismailova. Alexander Preys Shostakovich. The Guardian. Retrieved The New Grove Dictionary of Opera. Macmillan Press, Retrieved 7 February Dmitri Shostakovich. Piano Concerto No. Portal:Classical music. Helpmann Award for Best Opera. Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Opera by Dmitri Shostakovich. String quartets No.


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6 thoughts on “ Oh, I Dont Feel Like Sleep Any More (Katerina) - Shostakovich* - Nadine Secunde, Christopher Ventri

  1. Feb 21,  · Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Shostakovich: Katerina Ismailova: Vot, vozmi -Here, take them · Dmitri Shostakovich · Yuri Ahronovich · .
  2. (in Russian with subtitles in English, French, German, Italian, Spanish and Catalan) This dark opera is considered one of the greatest ever written. It was influenced by Stalin’s ruthless dictatorship and the political, cultural and ideological persecution that took place under his rule.
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  4. A genuine BBC Legend this. We tend to think of Kyrill Kondrashin as the most “authentic” pioneer of Shostakovich’s long-suppressed Fourth Symphony, except that the recordings of this work by Gennady Rozhdestvensky (Olympia, 5/89, and Russian Disc, 1/94 – both nla) are no less fine.
  5. Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District (Russian: Леди Макбет Мценского уезда, or Ledi Makbet Mtsenskogo uyezda) is an opera in four acts and nine scenes by Dmitri Shostakovich, his Opus The libretto, jointly written by Alexander Preys and the composer, is based on the novella of the same name by Nikolai muborzulkishurazolozuru.infoinfo on: Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District, .
  6. Based on a novella by Nikolay Leskov, Dmitri Shostakovich's four-act opera Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk is performed at the Gran Teatre del Liceu in this release from EMI Classics. The production features the vocal talents of Nadine Secunde and Christopher Ventris with music provided by the Symphony Orchestra of the Gran Teatre del Liceu.

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