Oedipus Rex [electronic resource] : Les noces
- Uniform Title
- Russian, French, Latin. The 1st work sung in Russian; the 2nd sung in Latin with spoken narration in French.
- St. Petersburg, Russia : Mariinsky, p2010.
- Physical description
- 1 online resource (1 sound file).
- Stravinsky, Igor, 1882-1971.
- Cocteau, Jean, 1889-1963.
- Khudoleĭ, Mlada Singer
- Savova, Olʹga Singer
- Timchenko, Aleksandr. Singer
- Serov, Andreĭ (Bass) Singer
- Mogilevsky, Alexander, 1977- Performer
- Smolina, Svetlana. Performer
- Zaichkina, I͡Ulii͡a Performer
- Mogilevsky, Maxim. Performer
- Depardieu, Gérard, 1948- Narrator
- Semenchuk, Ekaterina, 1976- Singer
- Semishkur, Sergeĭ Singer
- Nikitin, Evgeniĭ, 1973- Singer
- Petrenko, Mikhail, 1976- Singer
- Gergiev, Valeriĭ, 1953- Conductor
- Mariinskiĭ teatr (1991- )
- Les noces : a dance cantata after traditional Russian texts (21:22)
- Oedipus Rex : opera-oratorio in two acts after Sophocles / libretto in French by Jean Cocteau, translated into Latin with the exception of the narrator's text by Abbé Jean Daniélou (52:27)
- Included Work
- Stravinsky, Igor, 1882-1971. Oedipus Rex.
- Release date
- Production date
- Title order reversed on disc and container; the 1st work a ballet for solo voices, chorus, four pianos, and percussion; the 2nd an opera-oratorio.
- Text of the 1st work from traditional Russian wedding rituals; libretto of the 2nd work by Jean Cocteau, translated into Latin by J. Daniélou.
- Texts in Russian (Cyrillic), French, and Latin with English translations and program notes in Russian (Cyrillic), English, and French (77 p. : ill., ports.) in container.
- In the 1st work: Mlada Khudoley, soprano ; Olga Savova, mezzo-soprano ; Alexander Timchenko, tenor ; Andrei Serov, bass ; Alexander Mogilevsky, Svetlana Smolina, Yulia Zaichkina, Maxim Mogilevsky, pianos. In the 2nd work: Gérard Depardieu, narrator ; Ekaterina Semenchuk, mezzo-soprano ; Sergei Semishkur, Alexander Timchenko, tenors ; Evgeny Nikitin, bass-baritone ; Mikhail Petrenko, bass. In both works: Mariinsky Orchestra and Chorus ; Valery Gergiev, conductor.
- Recorded in the Concert Hall of the Mariinsksy Theatre, St. Petersburg, Russia, Dec. 28-31, 2009 and Feb. 4-8, 2010.
- Included Work
- Publisher Number
- MAR0510 Mariinsky