Peter Eötvös (b. 1944) is one of the most renowned Hungarian composers and conductors of our times. The libretto for his Tri sestry ('Three Sisters') was written by Claus H. Henneberg, together with the composer, and the opera is based on Chekhov's 1901 play of the same name. The production is directed by conductor Dennis Russell Davies and his co-conductor, Frankfurt's Kapellmeister Nikolai Petersen. Oper Frankfurt followed the composer's original intentions for the three sisters, casting internationally successful countertenors in the roles: American Ray Chenez as Irina, Canadian David D. Q. Leeas Mascha, and the Russian Dmitry Egorovas Olga. 'All three countertenors worked conclusively and vocally differentiated the characteristic peculiarities of their character. And yet, as a trio, they were just as wonderful together. ' - Bachtrack. Com
Peter Eötvös (b. 1944) is one of the most renowned Hungarian composers and conductors of our times. The libretto for his Tri sestry ('Three Sisters') was written by Claus H. Henneberg, together with the composer, and the opera is based on Chekhov's 1901 play of the same name. The production is directed by conductor Dennis Russell Davies and his co-conductor, Frankfurt's Kapellmeister Nikolai Petersen. Oper Frankfurt followed the composer's original intentions for the three sisters, casting internationally successful countertenors in the roles: American Ray Chenez as Irina, Canadian David D. Q. Leeas Mascha, and the Russian Dmitry Egorovas Olga. 'All three countertenors worked conclusively and vocally differentiated the characteristic peculiarities of their character. And yet, as a trio, they were just as wonderful together. ' - Bachtrack. Com
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Format: CD
Label: OEHMS
Rel. Date: 11/15/2019
UPC: 4260034869868

Tri Sestry (2pk)
Artist: Eotvos
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1. Tri Sestry: That Music Is So Cheerful
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2. Tri Sestry: My God! Where Has Everything Gone?
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3. Tri Sestry: Anyone Would Think (1)
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4. Tri Sestry: Splendid Fellows!
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5. Tri Sestry: Let's Make Peace
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6. Tri Sestry: I Don't Care For That Man Soliony
7. Tri Sestry: I Love You, I Love You, I Love You Eternally...
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8. Tri Sestry: You're Here Too?
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9. Tri Sestry: Thank You For Everything!
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10. Tri Sestry: Ivan Romanich, You Were In The Boulevard Yesterday
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11. Tri Sestry: My Dear, I'll Be Back In A Moment
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12. Tri Sestry: The Baron And I Are Going To Get Married Tomorrow
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3. Tri Sestry: Where's Olga? What A Huge Fire...
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4. Tri Sestry: So Many People In The House!
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5. Tri Sestry: If It Hadn't Been For The Soldiers
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6. Tri Sestry: Maybe It Was... Your Mother's
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7. Tri Sestry: My Dear Old Man, How Strangely Life Turns Out
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8. Tri Sestry: Oh Where Has It Gone
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9. Tri Sestry: Is That You, Andriusha?
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10. Tri Sestry: I Forgot To Tell You
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11. Tri Sestry: I'll... Stay
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12. Tri Sestry: I'd Like Some Tea
13. Tri Sestry: I Must Tell You Both
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14. Tri Sestry: Olga Sergeyevna, My Very Best Wishes
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Peter Eötvös (b. 1944) is one of the most renowned Hungarian composers and conductors of our times. The libretto for his Tri sestry ('Three Sisters') was written by Claus H. Henneberg, together with the composer, and the opera is based on Chekhov's 1901 play of the same name. The production is directed by conductor Dennis Russell Davies and his co-conductor, Frankfurt's Kapellmeister Nikolai Petersen. Oper Frankfurt followed the composer's original intentions for the three sisters, casting internationally successful countertenors in the roles: American Ray Chenez as Irina, Canadian David D. Q. Leeas Mascha, and the Russian Dmitry Egorovas Olga. 'All three countertenors worked conclusively and vocally differentiated the characteristic peculiarities of their character. And yet, as a trio, they were just as wonderful together. ' - Bachtrack. Com