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Gounod: Faust

Gounod: Faust

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FAUST Gounod | Alagna-Mula-Gay--Altinoglu | Bastille 2011

FAUST Gounod | Alagna-Mula-Gay--Altinoglu | Bastille 2011

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Full opera. Performed in Paris (Bastille) from 22 sept to 25 oct 2011, Roberto Alagna as Faust alongside Inva Mula as Marguerite and Paul Gay as Méphistophélès, conducted by Alain Altinoglu.
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Charles Gounod - "Faust", Musique de ballet

Charles Gounod - "Faust", Musique de ballet

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Charles Gounod (1818-1893), France - "Faust" ("Marguerite") est un opéra en cinq actes de Charles Gounod, livret de Jules Barbier et Michel Carré, fondé sur la légende du même nom et la pièce de Goethe, créé au théâtre Lyrique le 19 mars 1859. - Musique de ballet Synfonie-Orchester und Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks Sir Colin Davis -------------------
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Gounod   Faust   'Walpurgis Night'

Gounod Faust 'Walpurgis Night'

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Charles Gounod FAUST

Charles Gounod FAUST

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Charles Gounod  - Faust Opera in five acts - Libretto by Jules Barbier and Michel Carré from Goethe's FaustFirst performance Paris, Théâtre Lyrique, March 19, 1859.A production of TeatroCoccia, Novara - Live recorded in Teatro Coccia, Novara, January 2005 Doctor Faust (tenor) Massimiliano Tonsini- Méphistophélès (bass-baritone) Danilo Rigosa- Valentine soldier, Marguerite's brother  (baritone) Leo An - Wagner  friend of Faust (baritone)  Daniele Bicciré- Marguerite (soprano) Silvia Dalla Benetta - Siebel Faust's student (mezzosoprano) - Daniele Zanfardino- Marthe Sandra Pacheco-Quintero - Conductor Marcello Rota - Director Beppe De Tomasi  Orchestra Sinfonica of Teatro Coccia - Chorus and Corps de Ballet of Teatro Coccia - Chorus Master Gianmario Cavallari - Maitre de Ballet Cristina Molteni - Video recording by Guido Nobile Novara - Postproduction by Vipiemme Milano.  ACT I. Alone in his study, the aged Dr. Faust despairs that his lifelong search for a solution to the riddle of life has been in vain. Twice he raises a goblet of poison to his lips but falters when the songs of young men and women outside his window re-awaken the unfulfilled passions and desires of his youth. Cursing life and human passion, the envious philosopher calls on Satan for help. The Devil appears, and Faust tells him of his longing for youth and pleasure; Méphistophélès replies that these desires can be realized if he will forfeit his soul. Faust hesitates until the Devil conjures up a vision of a lovely maiden, Marguerite. A magic potion transforms Faust into a handsome youth, and he leaves with Méphistophélès in search of Marguerite (Duet: "A moi les plaisirs"). ACT II.Soldiers and townspeople gather for a fair. A young officer, Valentin, holding a medallion from his sister Marguerite, asks his friend, the young boy Siébel, to protect the girl in his absence and then bids a touching farewell ("Avant de quitter ces lieux"). Wagner, a student, starts the revels with a lively song but is interrupted by Méphistophélès, who delivers an impudent hymn in praise of greed and gold ("Le veau d'or"). The Devil refuses a drink from Wagner and amazes the crowd by causing new wine to flow from an old keg. When he makes a brazen toast to Marguerite, Valentin draws his sword, but it shatters; the other soldiers, recognizing Satan, hold their swords like crosses before Méphistophélès (Chorus: "De l'enfer"), who cowers before them. As the crowd begins a waltz, Faust speaks to Marguerite. She demurely refuses to let him escort her home; Méphistophélès returns to lead the merrymakers in their dance. ACT III. Siébel briefly visits Marguerite's garden to leave her a bouquet of flowers ("Faites-lui mes aveux"). The romantic youth is followed by Faust and Méphistophélès, who goes in search of a gift to outshine Siébel's; left alone, Faust hails Marguerite's simple home ("Salut! demeure"). The Devil returns with a box of jewels, which he places near Siébel's flowers. When Marguerite arrives, she sits by her spinning wheel to sing a ballad about the King of Thule ("Il était un roi de Thulé"), distractedly interrupting the verses with reflections on the stranger she has met. Discovering the flowers and box, the girl exclaims in delight as she adorns herself with jewels. ("Ah! je ris"). Méphistophélès detours a nosy middle-aged neighbor, Marthe, by flirting with her, so that Faust may complete his seduction. As Méphistophélès invokes a night full of stars, Marguerite confesses her love (Duet: "Il se fait tard!"), but nevertheless begs Faust to leave. The Devil mocks Faust's failure, and points to Marguerite, who has reappeared at her window. As she ecstatically expresses her love for Faust, they meet and embrace. She yields to his embraces, as Méphistophélès' taunting laughter is heard in the garden. ACT IV. Marguerite seeks refuge in church, only to be pursued by Méphistophélès, who curses her and torments her with threats of damnation.....
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FAUST, Gounod (Stefano Poda, Gianandrea Noseda, Teatro Regio Torino 2015), DVD Unitel

FAUST, Gounod (Stefano Poda, Gianandrea Noseda, Teatro Regio Torino 2015), DVD Unitel

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FAUST, Gounod (Stefano Poda, Gianandrea Noseda, Teatro Regio Torino 2015), DVD Unitel Direzione Musicale: Gianandrea Noseda Regia, Scene, Costumi, Luci, Coreografia: Stefano Poda Assistente e drammaturgia: Paolo Giani Cei Faust: Charles Castronovo Méphistophélès: Ildar Abdrazakov Valentin: Vasilij Ladjuk Marguerite:Irina Lungu Siebel: Ketevan Kemoklidze
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Charles Gounod - Faust (L'Opera de Paris, 1975)

Charles Gounod - Faust (L'Opera de Paris, 1975)

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Адрес сайта: http://classicroom.ru Faust - Nicolai Gedda Mephistopheles - Roger Soyer Valentin - Tom Krause Wagner - Jean-Louis Soumaynas Marguerite - Mirella Freni Siebel - Renee Auphan Dame Marthe - Jocelyne Taillon
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Salzburger Festspiele 2016 - Gounod

Salzburger Festspiele 2016 - Gounod

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Gounod Faust Ruggero Raimondi Francisco Araiza Gabriela Benackova 1985

Gounod Faust Ruggero Raimondi Francisco Araiza Gabriela Benackova 1985

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Faust - The Jewel Song (Angela Gheorghiu, The Royal Opera)

Faust - The Jewel Song (Angela Gheorghiu, The Royal Opera)

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Angela Gheorghiu as Marguerite sings the Jewel Song from Act III of Gounod's Faust. Find out more at http://www.roh.org.uk/productions/faust-by-david-mcvicar Charles-François Gounod’s Faust was once one of the most famous and most performed of all operas: at Covent Garden it was heard every season between 1863 and 1911. Jules Barbier and Michel Carré’s libretto is a tale of romance, temptation, and the age-old battle between satanic powers and religion. It is based on Carré’s play Faust et Marguerite, which in turn is based on Part I of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe’s dramatic poem Faust, one of the great works of European literature. David McVicar’s lavish production, first seen in 2004, sets the action in the Paris of Gounod’s later years, on the eve of the Franco-Prussian War. Charles Edwards’s designs include a memorable Cabaret d’Enfer and an impressive reconstruction of the Church of Saint-Séverin. They vividly convey the clash between religion and hedonistic entertainment, and provide a powerful backdrop to Gounod’s score. Faust contains much-loved musical highlights including the memorable SoldiersChorus, Méphistophélès’s rowdy ‘Song of the Golden Calf’, and Marguerite’s Jewel Song with its dazzling coloratura. The opera’s final scene includes an impassioned trio between Faust, Marguerite and Méphistophélès, as Marguerite struggles to resist temptation and gain salvation.
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Charles Gounod : Faust Waltz - Valse de Faust - Faust Walzer for Orchestra from Opera'' Faust ''

Charles Gounod : Faust Waltz - Valse de Faust - Faust Walzer for Orchestra from Opera'' Faust ''

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Famous french waltz ! Paintings by Renoir , Alfred Sisley and Edgar Degas .
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Gounod: Faust - "Le veau d'or" Ruggero Raimondi

Gounod: Faust - "Le veau d'or" Ruggero Raimondi

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Gounod: Faust - Act 1 - "Le veau d'or" Rondo of Mefisto - Ruggero Raimondi, Wiene Staatsoper, dir. Erich Binder, 1985
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GOUNOD -  FAUST

GOUNOD - FAUST

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Boris Christoff - Gounod - Faust - Le veau d'or

Boris Christoff - Gounod - Faust - Le veau d'or

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The great Bulgarian bass Boris Christoff sings Mephistopheles (Le veau d'or)
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Gounod: Faust (Final de la opera)

Gounod: Faust (Final de la opera)

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Soldiers Chorus- Faust

Soldiers Chorus- Faust

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French chorus presents the Soldiers Chorus; Faust, Charles Gounod.
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Hvorostovsky - Valentin's aria from Faust (Gounod)

Hvorostovsky - Valentin's aria from Faust (Gounod)

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Dmitri Hvorostovsky sings Valentin's aria from Faust by Charles Gounod, Moscow, June 24 2008
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5-21-12--FAUST ENDING-GOUNOD.wmv

5-21-12--FAUST ENDING-GOUNOD.wmv

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The great ending scene of Gounod's "FAUST". From recent production of he Met.
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Faust's Final Scene : Jean Dupouy

Faust's Final Scene : Jean Dupouy

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The final scene of Gounod's Faust, with Jacques Mars and the fabulous tenor Jean Dupouy. What a voice, what a technic !! This scene is extracted from a film about the Phantom of the Opera.
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Charles Gounod - La valse de l'opéra 'Faust' / Waltz

Charles Gounod - La valse de l'opéra 'Faust' / Waltz

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Faust: Love Duet excerpt -- Jonas Kaufmann & Marina Poplavskaya (Met Opera)

Faust: Love Duet excerpt -- Jonas Kaufmann & Marina Poplavskaya (Met Opera)

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Jonas Kaufmann and Marina Poplavskaya in an excerpt from Des McAnuff's new production of Gounod's "Faust" at the Met Opera. Watch the full performance on Met Opera on Demand: http://bit.ly/1lkw5hP Production: Des McAnuff Conductor: Yannick Nézet-Séguin The Metropolitan Opera 2011-12 Season
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Gounod: Faust - Introduction (Overture)

Gounod: Faust - Introduction (Overture)

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Wiener Staatsoper, conductor: Erich Binder, 1985 Faust: Francizco Araiza, Mefisto: Ruggero Raimondi, Margurite: Gabriela Benackova, Valetin: Walton Grönrgoos, Siebel: Gabriele Sima, Chorus and Orchestra of Wiener Staatsoper, dir. Erich Binder, 1985
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Gounod FAUST Kraus,Ghiaurov, Freni,Wilbert- Prête-Opera of Chicago 1980 sub español(leonora43)

Gounod FAUST Kraus,Ghiaurov, Freni,Wilbert- Prête-Opera of Chicago 1980 sub español(leonora43)

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Fausto Drama en cinco actos con música de Charles Gounod (1818-1893), y libreto de Jules Barbier y Michel Carré. Se estrenó en el Théatre Lyrique de París el 19 de marzo de 1859, basado en la obra del mismo nombre de Goethe. Charles Gounod se sintió atraído de un modo especial por el aspecto religioso que plantea la obra de Goethe. Sus inquietudes místicas, que ya le habían llevado en su juventud a ingresar por algún tiempo en el seminario, lo llevaron a considerar de gran interés el episodio de Marguerite, aunque edulcorándolo para transformarlo en una historia en la que acabara resplandeciendo la virtud frente a las tentaciones del diablo que está presente en la escena. En Alemania, aunque esta ópera es popular, no le perdonaron su falta de rigor con el mito de Faust ni la orientación totalmente sentimental que los libretistas imprimieron el drama de Goethe. La ópera alcanzó un buen éxito, pero fueron el tiempo y los sucesivos cambios los que la convirtieron en la más célebre del repertorio francés. Tras el estreno parisino pasó a Estrasburgo, donde adoptó forma de ópera lírica con recitativos orquestales y no "hablados". Desde entonces continuó su carrera ascendente hasta que fue conocida en toda Francia. La Ópera de París decidió ponerla en escena aunque exigió a Gounod los oportunos retoques para que su obra se ajustara al modelo de espectáculo del gran teatro. Se le añadieron un gran ballet (la escena de La noche de Walpurgis) y varias escenas complementarias, como un aria para Marguerite y otra para Siebel que, posteriormente, se ha considerado oportuno desestimar por la longitud de la partitura. Así, estrenada en forma de "grand'opéra" Faust alcanzó su éxito definitivo en París, convirtiéndose en imprescindible en el cartel anual de la Ópera. No es extraño que alcanzase las mil representaciones en 1894 y las dos mil en 1934; actualmente ronda las tres mil. Faust: Alfredo Kraus Mefistófeles: Nicolai Ghiaurov Margerite: Mirella Freni Valentin: Robert Wilbert Director: George Prêtre Chicago 1980
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Faust - Charles Gounod - 1995

Faust - Charles Gounod - 1995

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