Mozart in Turkey

Opus Arte: OA0891D

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Mozart in Turkey

Label:

Opus Arte

Catalogue No:

OA0891D

Discs:

1

Release date:

5th Jan 2004

Barcode:

0809478000914

Medium:

DVD Video

Format:

PAL

Region:

all

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Mozart in Turkey

A film by Elijah Moshinsky and Mick Csáky, of and about Mozart's opera.


Mozart:

Die Entführung aus dem Serail, K384


Paul Groves (Belmonte), Yelda Kodalli (Konstanze), Désirée Rancatore (Blonde), Lynton Atkinson (Pedrillo), Peter Rose (Osmin), Oliver Tobias (Bassa Selim)

Scottish Chamber Orchestra & Choir, Sir Charles Mackerras

PICTURE FORMAT: 16:9
LENGTH: 88 MINS
SOUND: DOLBY SURROUND / DOLBY STEREO
SUBTITLES:
PAL: EN/FR/DE/ES/NL
NTSC: EN/ES

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One-third documentary and two-thirds filmed theatre, this fascinating experiment from filmmaker Mick Csaky and opera director Elijah Moshinsky revolves around a staging of Mozart's first popular success, Die Entfuhrung aus dem Serail (The Abduction from the Harem). Musical sequences are interwoven with footage of rehearsals and interviews that provide historical context.

The Turkish setting is breathtaking, and the film offers a unique opportunity for Mozart devotees to see one of his works spring from fantasy to reality. The production, performed in the harem of the Topkapi Palace in Istanbul, features exquisite set design and a top-notch cast including Paul Groves, Yelda Kodalli, Desiree Rancatore, Lynton Atkinson, Peter Rose and actor Oliver Tobias, with Sir Charles Mackerras conducting The Scottish Chamber Orchestra. More than just a performance film, Mozart in Turkey also studies the history of opera's fascination with Turkish culture and some illuminating biographical information about Mozart's life during the composition of ‘The Abduction’, his most popular opera during his lifetime.

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