Cover Janáček: Das schlaue Füchslein (Live)

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Album-Release:
2019

HRA-Release:
08.03.2019

Label: Oehms Classics

Genre: Classical

Subgenre: Opera

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  • Leoš Janáček (1854 - 1928): Das schlaue Füchslein, JW I/9, Act I:
  • 1Das schlaue Füchslein, JW I/9, Act I: Prelude (Live)03:10
  • 2Das schlaue Füchslein, JW I/9, Act I: Dostaneme bóřku (Live)08:12
  • 3Das schlaue Füchslein, JW I/9, Act I: Proměna (Live)01:54
  • 4Das schlaue Füchslein, JW I/9, Act I: To čučíš, Lapáku? (Live)03:38
  • 5Das schlaue Füchslein, JW I/9, Act I: Ou, ou! (Live)03:22
  • 6Das schlaue Füchslein, JW I/9, Act I: Mělas dělat podlivá mně (Live)04:48
  • Das schlaue Füchslein, JW I/9, Act II:
  • 7Das schlaue Füchslein, JW I/9, Act II: Prelude (Live)01:00
  • 8Das schlaue Füchslein, JW I/9, Act II: Ach! (Live)01:49
  • 9Das schlaue Füchslein, JW I/9, Act II: Proměna (Live)01:15
  • 10Das schlaue Füchslein, JW I/9, Act II: Ano, ve Stráni bude daleko lépe (Live)06:26
  • 11Das schlaue Füchslein, JW I/9, Act II: Buďto mám těžiště pohyblivé (Live)06:57
  • 12Das schlaue Füchslein, JW I/9, Act II: Bóžinku, ten je hezké! (Live)05:34
  • 13Das schlaue Füchslein, JW I/9, Act II: Zlatohřbítek, lišák s kroužkovými pesíky (Live)11:49
  • Das schlaue Füchslein, JW I/9, Act III:
  • 14Das schlaue Füchslein, JW I/9, Act III: Prelude (Live)02:01
  • 15Das schlaue Füchslein, JW I/9, Act III: Déž sem vandroval, mozeka hrála (Live)05:15
  • 16Das schlaue Füchslein, JW I/9, Act III: Běží liška k Táboru (Live)07:27
  • 17Das schlaue Füchslein, JW I/9, Act III: Proměna (Live)02:29
  • 18Das schlaue Füchslein, JW I/9, Act III: A kde otec Pásek? (Live)06:23
  • 19Das schlaue Füchslein, JW I/9, Act III: Neříkal jsem to? (Live)07:00
  • Total Runtime01:30:29

Info for Janáček: Das schlaue Füchslein (Live)



The heroine dies. Not of a deadly disease, not of a broken heart, not in ecstasy nor by her own hand. There is no final aria, no perpetual drawing-out of the last breath, no resounding lament, no congregation of mourners. Only briefly does the music echo bygone happiness.’* This might sum up Janácek’s enchanting opera, recorded live in the usual top quality at Frankfurt Opera in April/May 2016.

Louise Alder (Füchsin Schlaukopf)
Jenny Carlstedt (Fuchs)
Simon Neal (Der Förster)
Joanna Krasuska-Motulewicz (Die Frau Försterin / Eule)
Beau Gibson (Der Schulmeister)
Magnús Baldvinsson (Der Pfarrer)
Sebastian Geyer (Haraschta)
Nina Tarandek (Dackel/Specht)
Michael McCown (Der Gastwirt Pasek)
Britta Stallmeister (Hahn/Eichelhäher)
Nora Friedrichs (Schopfhenne/Die Gastwirtin)
Chor der Oper Frankfurt
Frankfurter Opern- und Museumsorchester
Johannes Debus, Dirigent



Johannes Debus
has been Music Director of the Canadian Opera Company (COC) since 2009, having been appointed immediately following his debut.

The 2017/18 season includes debuts with the Seattle, Oregon, and Kansas City Symphonies, and the Bilbao Orkestra Sinfonikoa. Debus returns to the Metropolitan Opera conducting The Tales of Hoffmann, the Bregenz Festival conducting the Austrian premiere of Goldschmidt's Beatrice Cenci, and the San Diego Symphony. As Music Director of the COC, he conducts Die Entführung aus dem Serail and Stravinsky's The Nightingale and Other Short Fables. Highlights of the 16-17 season included debuts with the Metropolitan Opera conducting Salome, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, and his Australian debut with the Tasmanian and West Australian Symphonies.

He conducts regularly at the Bayerische Staatsoper Munich, Staatsoper unter den Linden Berlin, and Frankfurt Opera and has appeared in new productions at English National Opera and Opéra National de Lyon. He made his debut at the BBC Proms with Britten's Sinfonia in 2014, and conducted a new production of The Tales of Hoffmann at the 2015 Bregenz Festival.

As guest conductor, he has appeared at several international festivals such as the Biennale di Venezia, Bregenz, and Schwetzingen Festivals, Festival d'Automne in Paris, Lincoln Center Festival, Ruhrtriennale, Suntory Summer Festival, and Spoleto Festival. Debus enjoys an ongoing relationship with the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto.

In 2010, Johannes Debus was invited to replace James Levine in a performance of Mozart's Die Entführung aus dem Serail at Tanglewood with the Boston Symphony Orchestra and was subsequently invited to replace Sir Colin Davis in works by Mozart and Haydn in four subscription concerts, marking his Symphony Hall debut. He made his debut with The Cleveland Orchestra at the Blossom Music Festival in the summer of 2012 and with the Toronto Symphony and the Philharmonia in London in 2013.

Debus graduated from the Hamburg Conservatoire before being engaged as répétiteur and, subsequently, Kapellmeister by Frankfurt Opera where he acquired an extensive repertoire from Mozart to Thomas Adès. At home in both contemporary music and the core repertoire, he has conducted a wide range of world premieres and works of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, notably Salvatore Sciarrino's Macbeth and Luciano Berio's Un re in ascolto. He has collaborated with internationally-acclaimed ensembles such as Ensemble Intercontemporain, Ensemble Modern, Klangforum Wien, and Musikfabrik.

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