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Verity Sharp presents a performance of Aulis Sallinen's opera The King Goes Forth to France. With baritone Tommi Hakala and the Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra under Okku Kaamu. As part of Northern Lights on Afternoon on 3, Verity Sharp presents The King Goes Forth to France, which is the third opera of Finnish composer Aulis Sallinen. Presented by Verity Sharp. Aulis Sallinen The King goes forth to France - opera in 3 acts. The Prince who later becomes the King. Tommi Hakala (baritone) The Prime Minister who also appears as his own son, the Young Prime Minister. Jyrki Korhonen (bass The Nice Caroline.

Is the water frozen? Here we are in France. By this time England and France were joined together by a terrible bridge of ice. Have they all started? Way there for the King of Bohemia. Well before the onset of winter. How much better for you if you'd hair like mine, long hair. I woke up from securing the gates of my dream. In the dead of night yesterday my father died. That magpie, the Anne who Steals.

See Your Download Queue. Act 2. Scene 5. Here we are in France. Scene 6. Scene 7. Have they all started? Act 2. Scene 8. Way there for the King of Bohemia. Act 3. Scene 9. Scene 10.

Kuningas Lear (King Lear) is an opera in two acts by Aulis Sallinen, with a libretto by the composer, based on the play by William Shakespeare and premiered in 2000; it was Sallinen's sixth opera. Kuningas Lear was commissioned by and first performed by Finnish National Opera on 15 September 2000 at the Finnish National Opera House. Sallinen has spoken of the major thought that went into recreating the dramaturgy of the piece, shortening sections and deleting characters from the cast

Born in 1935, Aulis Sallinen is the most prominent composer to ride a resurgent wave in Finnish opera that began in the mid-1970s and saw several works enjoy international success. His third stage work was jointly commissioned by Covent Garden and produced there in 1987, though this Guildhall School of Music and Drama staging by Martin Lloyd-Evans represents its first UK outing since. Dramatically, it's a difficult piece to pin down. On the way he becomes king, then wins the Battle of Crécy, and lays siege to Calais; the opera ends with him marching on Paris.

Publisher: Novello & Co. The King Goes Forth to France ('Kuningas lähtee Ranskaan') (1983). commissioned jointly by the Savonlinna Festival, Finland, the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden and the BBC. Text Writer. Paavo Haavikko, based on his radio play. Nearing Crecy, the site of a famous battle, they realise they are surrounded by various aimless armies. A confused battle begins, but the English forces gain the upper hand. The King forces all to march north to lay siege to Calais. An emissary from Calais requests mercy from the King. In Sallinen Finland possesses one of the world's few natively gifted opera creators alive today; the very nature and impact of his third opera bore that ou. he unveiling of the new oper. as an event of major importance on the international operatic scene.

Artists Aulis Sallinen The King Goes Forth to France. The King Goes Forth to France Aulis Sallinen. The King Goes Forth to France. This album has an average beat per minute of 87 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 77/99 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist The King Goes Forth to France. 1. The King Goes Forth to France : Act I Prologue.

Kuningas lähtee Ranskaan (English: The King Goes Forth to France) is an opera in three acts by Aulis Sallinen, based on the novel of the same title by Paavo Haavikko, who also wrote the libretto. The English singing version is by Stephen Oliver. List of compositions by Aulis Sallinen. The prelude's thematic material is closely related to Act III of Sallinen's third opera, The King Goes Forth to France, on which he also was at work in 1982, writing Shadows upon completion of Act II of the opera. Kuningas lähtee Ranskaan was first performed on July 7, 1984 by the Savonlinna Opera Festival, and revived at the festival in the three years that followed

Tracklist

The King Goes Forth To France, A Chronicle For The Music Theatre Of The Coming Ice Age, Opera In Three Acts
The King Goes Forth To France, Act I
1-1 Prolugue, Guide And Chorus - Kun Englanti Kalisee Kylmästä (If England Catches Cold And Shivers) 6:19
1-2 Scene 1, The Nice Caroline - Elkö Opetella Puhumaan, Tytöt (Why Don't We Thaw Out And Try To Speak, Ladies) 6:56
1-3 Scene 2, Prince - Olet Antanut Sataa Lunta Tyttöjen Hiuksille (You've Permitted The Winter Snow To Fall On The Ladies' Hair) 13:30
1-4 Scene 3, The Nice Caroline - Kuulin Väärin (I Must've Heard Wrong) 8:11
1-5 Scene 4, Guide - Kantaako Jää Jo? (Is The Water Frozen?) 7:04
The King Goes Forth To France, Act II
1-6 Scene 5, The Caroline Withe The Thick Mane - Tämä On Ranska (Here We Are In France) 7:46
1-7 Scene 6, Froissart - Englannin Ja Ranskan Yhdisti Nyt Hirvittävä Jäinen Silta (By This Time England And France Were Joined Together By A Terrible Bridge Of Ice) 11:51
1-8 Scene 7, Prime Minister - Joko Alkoi, Kerro Kuningas (Have They All Started?) 6:29
1-9 Scene 8, Guide - Tietä Böömin Kuninkaalle (Way There For The King Of Bohemia) 6:36
The King Goes Forth To France, Act III
2-1 Prelude 2:50
2-2 Scene 9, Froissart - Hyvissä Ajoin Ennen Talven Tuloa (Well Before The Onset Of Winter) 5:04
2-3 Scene 10, The Caroline With The Thick Mane - Jos Sinulla Olisi Pitkä Tukka (How Much Better For You If You'd Hair Like Mine, Long Hair) 6:02
2-4 Scene 11, King - Heräsin, Vahtimasta Uneni Portteja (I Woke Up From Securing The Gates Of My Dream) 10:25
2-5 Scene 12, Young Prime Minister - Minun Isäni Kuoli Viime Yönä (In The Dead Of Night Yesterday My Father Died) 8:53
2-6 Scene 13, The Anne Who Strips - Anne Varas, Se Harakka (That Magpie, The Anne Who Steals) 19:56

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Finlandia Hall

Credits

  • Baritone Vocals [High Baritone, English Archer] – Herman Wallén
  • Baritone Vocals [King] – Tommi Hakala
  • Bass Vocals [Prime Minister] – Jyrki Korhonen
  • Chorus – Finnish Philharmonic Chorus*, Tapiola Chamber Choir
  • Composed By – Aulis Sallinen
  • Conductor – Okko Kamu
  • Contralto Vocals [The Anne Who Strips] – Laura Nykänen
  • Mezzo-soprano Vocals [The Caroline With The Thick Mane] – Lilli Paasikivi
  • Orchestra – Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra
  • Soprano Vocals [High Soprano, The Anne Who Steals] – Mari Palo
  • Soprano Vocals [The Nice Caroline] – Riikka Rantanen
  • Tenor Vocals [Guide] – Jyrki Anttila
  • Text By, Adapted By (Text) – Paavo Haavikko
  • Voice Actor [Spoken Role, Froissart] – Santeri Kinnunen

Notes

Recorded at Finlandia Hall, 4/2005.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 761195 106624

Aulis Sallinen, Various - The King Goes Forth To France, Opera In Three Acts FLAC album

Performer: Aulis Sallinen

Title: The King Goes Forth To France, Opera In Three Acts

Date of release: 2006

Style: Contemporary, Opera

Genre: Classical

Size MP3: 1571 mb

Size FLAC: 1646 mb

Rating: 4.6 / 5

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