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Idomeneo, K.366, in Full Score
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Idomeneo, K.366, in Full Score

  • ISBN: 978-0-486-27108-8
  • Código del editor: DP14671
  • Editorial: Dover Publications
  • Encuadernación: Rústica
  • Formato: 24x31
  • Páginas: 379
  • Idiomas: Inglés
  • Tipo: PARTITURA
  • código del editor: DP14671

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791): Idomeneo, Rey de Creta, k. 366. Partitura general.

In the summer of 1780, Mozart received a commission from Munich to write an opera seria -a form of opera that catered to 18th-century tastes for stories with classical and mythological subjects and for musical scores that provided ample opportunities for bravura singing. Idomeneo, first performed at the Court Opera in Munich early in 1781, triumphantly reveals the young composer at the summit of his powers. Rather than the stereotypical score that was otten little more than a thinly contrived excuse for exhibitionistic singing, Mozart's music was rich in dramatic force and heroic emotion, with a new emphasis on choral singing and exceptionally full and elaborate scoring-qualities amply demonstrated in this authoritative full-score edition of the opera.

High drama asserts itself in the scene most crucial to the plot: caught in a storm at sea, King Idomeneus of Crete has promised Neptune that if spared from imminent shipwreck he will sacrifice the first person he sees when he reaches land. As he touches shore, the first person th king sees is his son Idamantes. The exciting drama that follows, brought to life by Mozart's masterly score, will delight opera lovers, singers, musicians and music students. Idomeneo is reprinted here from the authoritative full-score edition published by Breitkopf & Härtel.

Dover (1992) republication of Idomeneo, Re di Creta, ossia: Ilia ed Idamante from Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Werke, published by Breitkop£ & Härtel, Leipzig, 1881.

CONTENIDO:

Overture

- Act one
RECITATIVE: Quando avran fine ornai (Ilia)
ARIA: Padre, germani, addio! (Ilia)
RECIT.: Ecco, Idamante-Radunate i Trojani (Ilia, Idamantes)
ARIA: Non ho colpa (Idamantes)
RECIT.: Ecco il misero resto de' Trojani (Ilia, ldamantes)
CHORUS: Godiam la pace, trionfi Amore (Trojans and Cretans)
RECIT.: Prence, signor-Estinto è Idomeneo? (Electra, ldamantes, Arbaces)
ARIA: Tutte nel cor vi sento (Electra)
CHORUS: Pietà! Numi, pietà! (Shipwrecked Men, Men on Shore)
RECIT.: Ecco ci salvi al fin (Idomeneus)
ARIA: Vedrommi intorno l'ombra dolente (Idomeneus)
RECIT.: Cieli! che veggo!-Spiagge romite (Idomeneus, Idamantes)
ARIA: il padre adorato ritrovo (Idamantes)
MARCH
CHORUS (Ciaccona): Nettuno s'onori! (Cretan Soldiers md Women)

- Act two

RECIT.: Siam soli, odimi Arbace (ldomeneus, Arbaces)
ARIA: Se il tuo duol (Arbaces)
RECIT.: Se mai pomposo apparse (Ilia, Idomeneus)
ARIA: Se il padre perdei (Ilia)
RECIT.: Qual mi conturba i sensi (Idomeneus)
ARIA: Fuor del mar ho un mar in seno (ldomeneus)
RECIT.: Frettolosa e giuliva (Idomeneus, Electra)
ARIA: Idol mio, se ritroso altro amante (Electra)
MARCH
RECIT.: Sidonie sponde (Electra)
CHORUS: Placido è il mar, andiamo (Argives, Cretans and Sailors)
RECIT.: Vatene prence (Idomeneus, Idamantes)
TRIO: Pria di partir, o Dio! (Idamantes, Electra, Idomeneus)
CHORUS: Qual nuovo terrore! (Idomeneus' Retinue)
RECIT.: Eccoti in me, barbaro Nume! (Idomeneus)
CHORUS: Corriamo, fuggiamo (ldomeneus' Retinue)

- Act three

RECIT.: Solitudini amiche (Ilia)
ARIA: Zeffiretti lusinghieri (Ilia)
RECIT.: Ei stesso vien-Principessa (Ilia, Idamantes)
DUET: S'io non moro a questi accenti (Idamantes, Ilia)
RECIT.: Cieli! che vedo? (Idomeneus, Electra, Idamantes, Ilia)
QUARTET: Andrò ramingo e solo (Idamantes, Ilia Idomeneus, Electra)
RECIT.: Sue, alla reggia tua-Sventurata Sidon! (Arbaces, Ilia, Idomeneus, Electra)
ARIA: Se colà ne' fati è scritto (Arbaces)
RECIT.: Volgi intorno lo sguardo (High Priest)
CHORUS: O voto tremendo! (High Priest, Priests and Populace)
MARCH
ARIA WITH CHORUS: Accogli, o rè del mar (Idomeneus, Priests)
CHORUS: Stupenda vittoria! (Populace)
RECIT.: Qual risuona-Padre, mio caro padre! (Idomeneus, Arbaces, Idamantes)
ARIA: No, la morte (Idamantes)
RECIT.: Ma, che più tardi?-Ferma, o Sue, che fai? (Idamantes, Idomeneus, Ilia, High Priest, Electra, Arbaces)
RECIT.: Ha vinto amore (Voice of Poseidon)
RECIT.: Oh ciel pietoso! (Idomeneus, Idamantes, Ilia, Arbaces, Electra)
ARIA: D'Oreste, d'Ajace (Electra)
RECIT.: Popoli! (Idomeneus)
ARIA: Torna la pace al core (Idomeneus)
CHORUS: Scenda Amor, scenda Imeneo (Populace)

- Appendix: Alternative versions of 13 passages