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Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg

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  • "Spectacle musical sur scène enregistré en direct du Festival de Bayreuth le 27 juillet 2008. Avec Franz Hawlata (Hans Sachs) ; Artur Korn (Veit Pogner) ; Michael Volle (Sixtus Beckmesser) ; Klaus Florian Vogt (Walther von Stolzing) ; Norbert Ernst (David) ; Michaela Kaune (Eva) ; Carola Guber (Magdalene) ; et autres solistes ; Bayreuth Festival Orchestra and Chorus ; Sebastian Weigle, chef d'orchestre."
  • ""Wagner's Meistersinger is a festive opera in its own right, but at the unforgettable performances of the work at Vienna State Opera in January 2008 the festive spirit literally leapt out into the audience as well."--Container."
  • "Oeuvre conçue, au début, comme un pendant comique à Tannhäuser et dont une foule de détails concernent la confrérie des maîtres chanteurs, association de bourgeois cultivés qui espèrent gagner le paradis par leur chant qu'ils enferment dans d'innombrables règles de plus en plus pédantes. L'auteur se préoccupe peu des réalités historiques: 16e siècle à Nuremberg. Il ne masque pas cependant les problèmes réels: liberté d'expression de Walther, sacrifice de Sachs, exaltation de l'unité allemande."
  • "The town goldsmith announces that the winner of the Midsummer's Day song contest will win his daughter, but must also be or become a Mastersinger. The cobbler Hans Sachs (an actual historical figure) helps Walther compose a Mastersong with which to defeat his rival Beckmesser and win Eva."
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  • ""A young man strives to be the meistersinger in order to win the hand of a lovely young woman.""
  • "The town goldsmith announces that the winner of the Midsummer's Day song contest will win his daughter, but must also be or become a Mastersinger. The cobbler Hans Sachs (an actual historical figure) helps Walther compose a Mastersong with which to defeat his rival Beckmesser and win Eva."
  • "Die Meistersinger von Nürnburg is the only comedy Wagner ever wrote. It is a parable of art told in terms of a simple human love story. Within the context of middle-class town life the opera symbolises the eternal conflict between the need for change, with Walther at its forefront, and the conservative forces of a too strongly held critical tradition, personified in Beckmesser. Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg has also been interpreted as Wagner's protest against his critics and the public."
  • "Set in picturesque sixteenth century Nurnberg, the plot revolves around a singing contest, organized by the Guild of Mastersingers, and the prize promised by the goldsmith, Weit Pogner--his daughter Eva's hand in marriage."
  • ""Michael Hampe's acclaimed production of Wagner's comic opera tells a charming, human, romantic love story and yet, at the same time, registers his protest against the narrow-minded critics and the prejudiced public who for so long refused him recognition."--Container."
  • "An opera in three acts."
  • "A presentation of Wagner's opera set in 16th century Nuremberg, where a master singing, organized by the Guild of Mastersingers is held and the prize promised by the goldsmith, Veit Pogner--his daughter Eva's hand in marriage. The talented Walther von Stolzing disputes the heart of the beautiful Eva with the boring Beckmesser in a song contest. The wise Sachs helps him."

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