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L'Invisible

Trilogie lyrique
nach Maurice Maeterlinck
Product number: ED 23491
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SYNOPSIS


Aribert Reimann’s ‘Trilogie lyrique’ is based on three plays by Maurice Maeterlinck:
In L’ Intruse, a family is sitting at the table with their blind grandfather. They are waiting for the doctor to arrive and tend to his daughter who is lying ill in bed after having given birth: her new-born son has not yet made a single sound. The old man senses that something is wrong due to the uneasy atmosphere in the room. ‘Who is sitting in our midst?’ he asks. He is the only one who can see the presence of death.
Intérieur: Once again a family is gathered round the table in the evening, but this time we observe the action from outside, looking through the window with the grandfather and a stranger: no sound can be heard. Outside the house, the stranger reports that the eldest daughter has drowned and that he has pulled her out of the river. Although the corpse is already being carried through the village to the family, the grandfather cannot bring himself to destroy this idyll.
La Mort de Tintagiles: The young Tintagiles is told a story about a mysterious castle and the aged queen who has all potential heirs to the throne murdered. His siblings sense that Tintagiles has been summoned to the castle to be murdered, but nobody openly expresses this fact. It is the sinister messengers of death from the interludes, now visible as the queen’s servants, who fulfil her demand and snatch the sleeping boy from his sisters’ arms.


COMMENTARY


‘In comparison with his Medea for example with its stormy outbreaks of emotion and violence, Reimann’s score is worked in an impressive refinement of sound. It begins with rumbling, hesitating and expressive music in the first section, demanding highly ingenious sound effects from the lower strings including tapping and faltering glissandos in its noisy expression of mortal fear. In the second part, the woodwind formation plays at times almost in chamber music fashion and is then suddenly painfully shrill. The third part luxuriates and rages in its rich, full orchestration. The manner in which Reimann displays his mastery in textural shading, the invention of sounds welling up and fading away, the rhythmic and melodic capacity of suffering and the music’s inner violence are all utterly compelling.’ (Wolfgang Schreiber, Opernwelt, November 2017)

Orchestral Cast

Picc. · 2 · Altfl. · Bassfl. · 1 · Engl. Hr. · Heckelphon · Es-Klar. · 1 · Bassklar. · Kb.-Klar. · 2 · Kfg. - 4 · 3 · 3 · 1 - P. S. (6 Gongs [G-Gis-B-c-cis-d]) (1 Spieler) - 2 Hfn. - Str. (12 · 12 · 10 · 8 · 6)

Content

L'Intruse
Interlude I
Intérieur
Interlude II
La Mort de Tintagiles

Person Cast

L'Intruse [Der Eindringling]:
L’aïeul (il est aveugle) [der Großvater (er ist blind)] · Bass-Bariton - Le père [der Vater] · Bariton - L'oncle [der Onkel] · Tenor - Ursule [Ursula] · hoher Sopran - Les deux sœurs d‘elle [ihre zwei Schwestern] · stumme Rolle - La sœur de charité [die barmherzige Schwester] · stumme Rolle - La Servante [die Dienerin] · Alt

Intérieur [Interieur]:
(dans le jardin) [(im Garten)] Le viellard [der Alte] · Bass-Bariton - L'étranger [der Fremde] · Tenor - Marthe/Marie (petites-filles du viellard) [(Enkelinnen des Alten)] · Mezzosopran/hoher Sopran - (dans la maison) [(im Haus)] Le père/la mère/les deux filles/l'enfant [der Vater/die Mutter/die beiden Töchter/das Kind] · stumme Rollen

La Mort de Tintagiles [Der Tod des Tintagiles]:
Tintagiles · Sprechrolle - Ygraine/Bellangère (sœurs de Tintagiles) [(Schwestern des Tintagiles)] · hoher Sopran/Mezzosopran - Aglovale · Bass-Bariton - Trois servantes de la reine [drei Dienerinnen der Königin] · 3 Countertenöre

Interludes I-III (3 Countertenöre)

Folgende Rollen werden mit denselben Sängern/Darstellern besetzt:
Der Großvater/Der Alte/Aglovale - Der Onkel/Der Fremde - Ursula/Marie/Ygraine - Marthe/Bellangère - die zwei Schwestern/die beiden Töchter - das Kind/Tintagiles - drei Countertenöre der Interludes/drei Dienerinnen der Königin

More Information

Title:
L'Invisible
Trilogie lyrique
nach Maurice Maeterlinck
Textfassung vom Komponisten
Edition:
Study score
Publisher/Label:
Schott Music
Year of composition:
2011 - 2017
Duration:
90 ′
Commissioned work :
Auftragswerk der Deutschen Oper Berlin gefördert mit Mitteln der Ernst von Siemens Musikstiftung
Series:
Title:
L'Invisible
Trilogie lyrique
nach Maurice Maeterlinck
Textfassung vom Komponisten
Language:
French
Edition:
Study score
Publisher/Label:
Schott Music
Year of composition:
2011 - 2017
Duration:
90 ′
Commissioned work :
Auftragswerk der Deutschen Oper Berlin gefördert mit Mitteln der Ernst von Siemens Musikstiftung
Series:
Title:
L'Invisible
Trilogie lyrique
nach Maurice Maeterlinck
Textfassung vom Komponisten
Language:
French
Edition:
Study score
Publisher/Label:
Schott Music
Year of composition:
2011 - 2017
Duration:
90 ′
Commissioned work :
Auftragswerk der Deutschen Oper Berlin gefördert mit Mitteln der Ernst von Siemens Musikstiftung
Series:

Technical Details

Product number:
ED 23491
ISMN13:
979-0-001-21417-9
ISBN13:
978-3-7957-2309-5
Product number:
ED 23491
ISMN13:
979-0-001-21417-9
ISBN13:
978-3-7957-2309-5
UPC:
842819115281
Weight:
0,91 kg
Pages:
280
Format:
21cm x 29.7cm
Delivery rights:
Worldwide
Product number:
ED 23491 Q560591
ISMN13:
979-0-001-21417-9
ISBN13:
978-3-7957-2309-5
Pages:
277
File format:
(PDF / 8,86 MB)
Delivery rights:
Worldwide

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