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Album-Release:
2017

HRA-Release:
10.11.2017

Label: Warner Classics

Genre: Classical

Subgenre: Vocal

Album including Album cover Booklet (PDF)

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  • André Messager (1853 - 1929):
  • 1Madame Chrysanthème, Act 3: "Le jour sous le soleil béni" (Madame Chrysanthème)04:09
  • Claude Debussy (1862 - 1918):
  • 2Pelléas et Mélisande, L. 88, Act 3: "Mes longs cheveux descendent" (Mélisande)02:01
  • Léo Delibes (1836 - 1891):
  • 3Lakmé, Act 2: "Où va la jeune hindoue" (Lakmé)07:25
  • Maurice Delage (1879 - 1961):
  • 44 poèmes hindous: I. Madras02:24
  • 54 poèmes hindous: II. Lahore03:45
  • 64 poèmes hindous: III. Bénarès01:33
  • 74 poèmes hindous: IV. Jeypur01:31
  • Claude Debussy:
  • 8La Romance d'Ariel, L. 5404:21
  • Léo Delibes:
  • 9Lakmé, Act 1: "Viens, Mallika" (Lakmé, Mallika)05:40
  • Igor Stravinsky (1882 - 1971):
  • 10Le Rossignol, Act 2: "Ah, joie, emplis mon coeur" (Le Rossignol)03:32
  • Ambroise Thomas (1811 - 1896):
  • 11Hamlet, Act 4: "À vos jeux, mes amis" (Ophélie)11:49
  • Hector Berlioz (1803 - 1869):
  • 12La mort d'Ophélie, H. 9205:38
  • Jules Massenet (1842 - 1912):
  • 13Thaïs, Act 2: "Celle qui vient est plus belle" (La charmeuse, Crobyle, Myrtale)04:18
  • Charles Koechlin (1867 - 1950):
  • 14Shéhérazade, Op. 84, Book 2: II. Le voyage02:58
  • Léo Delibes:
  • 15Lakmé, Act 3: "Tu m'as donné le plus doux rêve" (Lakmé)02:21
  • Total Runtime01:03:25

Info for Mirages

Lakmé, Mélisande, Ophélie – entrückt im Anderswo: Sabine Devieilhe mit ihrem französischen Album Mirages. Der Album-Titel signalisiert Fantastisches, Exotisches, Visionen: Mit Mirages porträtiert die ECHO Klassik-Gewinnerin Sabine Devieilhe nun nach ihrem gefeierten Mozart-Album fragile Frauengestalten – mit ihrer Erfolgspartie Lakmé im Zentrum des Albums. Zusammen mit Les Siècles – dem Originalklang-Orchester unter François-Xavier Roth –, Alexandre Tharaud und Marianne Crebassa entsteht ein sängerisch wie orchestral faszinierendes, facettenreiches Panorama französischer Opern- und Liedwelten um die Jahrhundertwende.

Sabine Devieilhes ätherischer, aber farben- und substanzreicher Koloraturso- ist wie geschaffen für diese lyrischen, typisch französischen Opernfiguren fernab von Heroinen wie Norma, Isol-de, Tosca, Turandot oder auch Carmen: hypersensibel, verletzlich, doch von ganz eigener spiritueller Stärke, empfänglich für jenseitige Welten oder Halluzinationen bis hin zum Wahnsinn - wie Delibes‘ Lakmé, Debussys Mélisande oder Thomas‘ Ophélie. François-Xavier Roth – Chef des Kölner Gürzenich-Orchesters – und sein Orchester Les Siècles verstehen es dank Instrumentarium und Spielweise des späten 19. Jahrhunderts ganz wunderbar, den Reiz und Wert der gewählten Opernszenen zwischen Delibes, Debussy und dem frühen Strawinsky wie neu auszuleuchten. Alexandre Tharaud ist Sabine Devieilhes Klavierpartner auf Augenhöhe bei Liedern von Berlioz, Debussy und Koechlin. Einen geradezu erotischen Zauber entfalten die Szenen mit Marianne Crebassa aus Lakmé und Thaïs.

Sabine Devieilhe, Sopran
Marianne Crebassa, Mezzosopran
Alexandre Tharaud, Klavier
Les Siecles
Francois-Xavier Roth, Leitung




Sabine Devieilhe
After having studied cello and musicology, Sabine Devieilhe received the First Price unanimously with the congratulations of the jury from the Paris Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse in 2011. She studied with Jocelyne Chamonin, Martine Surais, Pierre Mervant, Malcolm Walker or Kenneth Weiss, Anne Le Bozec, Susan Manoff and Olivier Reboul.

A Member of several Ensembles like Pygmalion (cond. Raphaël Pichon) and Les Cris de Paris (cond. Geoffroy Jourdain), she performs a large repertory from ancient music to contemporary music. As a fervent of Lied and mélodie, she uses to perform recitals with Anne Le Bozec.

Sabine Devieilhe made her debut on stage as Lucia/Le Viol de Lucrèce at the Paris CNSM followed by Lauretta/Gianni Schicchi (staged by Jean-Michel Fournereau) and Yniold/Pelleas et Melisande (staged by Vincent Vittoz) at the festival Messiaen.

Two striking meetings with Jean-Claude Malgoire and Alexis Kossenko let her approach the baroque repertory from Bach to Rameau, among others at the Utrecht, Bruges Festivals, at the Atelier Lyrique in Tourcoing or at Paris Théâtre des Champs-Elysées.

The 2010-11 season is marked by a new production of L’enfant et les sortilèges with the ONDIF (dir. David Levi), a Bernstein concert at Paris Salle Pleyel with the Orchestre de Paris, a Mozart concert with the Soloists of the Montpellier National Orchestra in Nîmes, a new production of DARDANUS (Ensemble Pygmalion under Raphaël Pichon) at the Beaune International Baroque Music Festival & at the Versailles Opera etc… 2011-12 she approaches the bel canto repertoire singing her first Amina/LA SONNAMBULA with l’Atelier Lyrique in Tourcoing, makes her debut with Les Arts Florissants at Paris Cité de la Musique and performs Bach St John’s Passion with La Grande Ecurie & La Chambre du Roy.

The enthusiasm of her first engagements offers her numerous opportunities : she makes her debut at the Aix-en-Provence Festival as Serpetta/LA FINTA GIARDINIERA (staged by Vincent Boussard, July 2012), performs at the Bruges Festival a Mozart concert with Les Ambassadeurs and Alexis Kossenko…

2012-13 : debut in the title-part of LAKME at the Montpellier Opera ; an Offenbach concerts tour with Marc Minkowski and Les Musiciens du Louvre, Bach Magnificat & Haendel Dixit Dominus with Hervé Niquet and Le Concert Spirituel, several Bach programs with Raphaël Pichon at the head of Pygmalion, La Folie/PLATEE under Jean-Claude Malgoire, Queen of the Night/Magic Flute at Lyon National Opera…

As from 2013-14 : she returns to Lyon National Opera for Constance/DIALOGUES DES CARMELITES and make her debuts successively at Paris Opera Comique as LAKME, at Paris National Opera as Queen of the Night/DIE ZAUBERFLÖTE, as well as as Euridyce/ORPHEE ET EURIDYCE at the Brussels La Monnaie Royal Theatre… As from 2014-15, she repeats LAKME at the Toulon Opera, returns to the Opera Comique for Adèle/DIE FLEDERMAUS, makes her debut at Marseille Opera as Nanetta/FALSTAFF and at the Glyndebourne Opera Festival as Fire, Princess and Nightingale in L’ENFANT ET LES SORTILEGES etc.

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