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Pierrot Lunaire – the movie [DVD video disc] Georgine Resick

This DVD VIDEO DISC contains a dramatic performance and interpretation of Arnold Schoenberg’s 1912 masterpiece, PIERROT LUNAIRE.  Pierrot Lunaire is a setting of 21 poems, translated from original French into German, and which are grouped in 3 sections of 7 poems each.  The ensemble is a ”Pierrot” ensemble of 5 instrumentalists and 1 soprano vocalist, who sings in sprechstimme style.  This new music video version is highly dramatic, with commedia del’arte costume, and while the interpretation does not conform to the composer’s directives, it is a PIERROT LUNAIRE for the 21st century.  Performance time:  40 minutes, plus 30 minutes of special features. Produced in association with University of Notre Dame.  Also available on Blu-ray.



37 in stock

Format: DVD video disc (unlocked for all regions)
NTSC, Standard Definition, Stereo PCM Audio
Catalog Number:  DVD 7266
Length: 59′ 50″
Music Genre:  Contemporary Chamber Music Video – Pierrot Ensemble
Venue: DeBartolo Performing Arts Center – University of Notre Dame
Recorded: 05/27/2014
Released: 02/16/2015
Producer: Frederick Hohman
Notes Author: Various
Notes Language: English
Graphics Format: 36pp book, traycard, jewel box
UPC #: 636077726644

Also available on Blu-ray.

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Georgine Resick is an internationally recognized soprano in both opera and concert. A protege of the late George London, she made her operatic debut under his direction as Sophie in Massenet’s Werther with the Washington Opera (Nicolai Gedda singing the title role). She has sung a wide variety of leading roles with the Vienna State Opera, the Chicago Lyric Opera, the Paris Opera, the Houston Grand Opera, and with opera companies in Hamburg, Rome, Nice, Berlin, Brussels, and Cologne, among others. Renowned for her Mozart and Strauss interpretations, Ms. Resick has appeared at the festivals of Salzburg, Edinburgh, Lucerne, and Schwetzingen, where she made a film of Cimarosa’s Il Matrimonio Segreto. Learn more…

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