Strauss, R: Salome

Arthaus Musik: 108037

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Strauss, R: Salome

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30th Jan 2012







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Strauss, R: Salome

Live Recording from The Festspielhaus Baden-Baden, 2011

Angela Denoke (Salome), Kim Begley (Herodes), Doris Soffel (Herodias), Alan Held (Jochanaan) & Marcel Reijans (Narraboth)

Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin, Stefan Soltesz (conductor) & Nikolaus Lehnhoff (stage director)


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This highly acclaimed production of Strauss’ Salome from the Festspielhaus Baden-Baden is staged by German director Nikolaus Lehnhoff. Starring Angela Denoke as “a brilliant Salome” (FAZ), who is joined by a great ensemble of soloists, Kim Begley, Doris Soffel and Alan Held. Performing with “great aplomb” (FAZ), the Deutsches Sinfonie Orchester Berlin, conducted by Stefan Soltez, was also enthusiastically celebrated by critics and audience.

Sound Format: PCM Stereo, dts-HD Master Audio 5.0

Picture Format: 16:9

Resolution: 1080i FULL HD

Subtitle Languages: DE (Original Language), GB, IT, FR, ES, JP, Korean

Running Time: 112 mins

Blu-ray Disc: 25 GB (Single Layer)

FSK: 12

BBC Music Magazine

April 2012


“Denoke wins her place in the sun as a lithe if hardly sex-kittenish Salome. She has an expressive, secure and slightly dark-timbred voice...Held is a physically and vocally powerful prophet...It's all clear and slick throughout but never quite makes the flesh creep.”

Gramophone Magazine

May 2012

“there's no denying the conviction of the performance, and the filming is suitably bold in its use of close-up...the unseen conductor Stefan Soltesz makes a powerful impression and the torrid score breathes but never drags. Denoke has the measure of the taxing title-role: assuming that we have is a single, unedited performance, she does particularly well to save an extra degree of vocal heft for the final scene.”

International Record Review

April 2012

“this Nikolaus Lehnhoff-directed production draws vivid and valid characterizations and motivations...Kim Begley's big-voiced Herod is properly nasty; Doris Soffel's ageing movie-star-like Herodias is both shrill and menacing; and Alan Held's Jokanaan is filled with scorn, piety and grandeur.”

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