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Even the orchestra seems a little bit mellow when I expect the music to almost explode in a climax with voices and notes from the orchestra. A lot of dance and movement is incorporated into the staging, which I found very effective. It adds to the action and mood of each scene without overwhelming or overshadowing the singers. This version, beautifully staged by Romanian-born director Andrei Serban, is really stunning! Lise Lindstrom's a bit icy voice is a perfect choice for the role of Turandot.
Romanian director Andrei Serban made his Royal Opera debut in 1984 on Turandot and has since returned to The Royal Opera to direct Fidelio (1986), Prince Igor (1990, The Royal Opera’s first production of the work) and I puritani (1992). Serban began his training at the Bucharest Theatre Institute and aged 21 started working with Julius Cezar. A Ford Foundation Grant took him to New York where he became one of the leading young directors in experimental theatre. He then returned to Europe to work with Peter Brook in Paris at his International Centre.
|A2||Doina Si Brîul Pe Sase||3:50|
|A3||Hora Lui Iana||1:48|
|B1||Hora Si Batuta||2:42|
|B3||Joacá Hora-n Poienitá||1:58|
|B4||Doina, Cîntec Tigànesc Si Brîul||5:51|
|B5||Purpuriv De Melodii Românesti||8:28|
- Recorded At – Farmsound Studio
- Cimbalom – Don Biesbroek
- Double Bass – Jan Prent
- Engineer – Koos Hoepel, Wil Hesen
- Layout – Huub Trautwein
- Panpipes – Hans Minnaert
- Piano – Lo Blotkamp
- Producer – Job Zomer
- Violin – Andrei Serban
- Vocals – Mimi Nicolescu