Berlioz / Cargill: Les Nuits D'ete / la Mort de Cleopatre

SKU: 35798385
Berlioz / Cargill: Les Nuits D'ete / la Mort de Cleopatre

Berlioz / Cargill: Les Nuits D'ete / la Mort de Cleopatre

SKU: 35798385

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Title: Les Nuits D'ete / la Mort de Cleopatre
Artist: Berlioz / Cargill
Label: Linn Records
UPC: 691062042178
Genre: Classical Artists

Robin Ticciati cemented his reputation as an outstanding Berliozian with this 2013 recording, Berlioz: Les nuits d'été, which includes excerpts from Roméo & Juliette and La mort de Cléopâtre. Ticciati delivers fresh insights and vivid colours into this luminous work showing similar flair to that of his teachers Sir Simon Rattle and the great Berliozian Sir Colin Davis. The recording features Kathleen Ferrier prize-winning mezzo-soprano Karen Cargill, who has sung at the Metropolitan Opera, New York and won acclaim as Cléopâtre, a role she reprises here: 'Cargill's Cléopâtre gives even Dame Janet a run for her money... a real revelation' (Limelight Magazine). The works of Berlioz have featured prominently in Ticciati's programmes with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra since he was appointed Principal Conductor in 2009 earning critical acclaim. This recording was nominated for a 2014 ICMA Award and topped Kate Molleson's '2013 Classical Top 10' list in The Herald.

1.1 Villanelle - Karen Cargill/Scottish Chamber Orchestra
1.2 Le Spectre de la Rose - Karen Cargill/Scottish Chamber Orchestra
1.3 Sur Les Lagunes - Karen Cargill/Scottish Chamber Orchestra
1.4 Absence - Karen Cargill/Scottish Chamber Orchestra
1.5 Au Cimetière - Karen Cargill/Scottish Chamber Orchestra
1.6 L'île Inconnue - Karen Cargill/Scottish Chamber Orchestra
1.7 Scène D'amour - Scottish Chamber Orchestra
1.8 Scène Lyrique - Scottish Chamber Orchestra
1.9 Méditation - Scottish Chamber Orchestra
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