Browse: Stravinsky - The Rake's Progress
This page lists all recordings of The Rake's Progress by Igor Feodorovich Stravinsky (1882-1971).
Miah Persson (Anne Trulove), Topi Lehtipuu (Tom Rakewell), Clive Bayley (Father Trulove), Matthew Rose (Nick Shadow), Susan Gorton (Mother Goose), Elena Manistina (Baba the Turk) & Graham Clark (Sellem)
The Glyndebourne Chorus & London Philharmonic Orchestra, Vladimir Jurowski (conductor)...
Full of colour and light, and brimming with wit, this is a production that lifts the performers...Lehtipuu conveys [Tom's] fresh-faced innocence, making his gradual demise all the more heart-breaking.... — More…
Andrew Kennedy (Tom Rakewell), Laura Claycomb (Anne Trulove), William Shimell (Nick Shadow), Julianne Young (Mother Goose), Dagmar Peckova (Baba the Turk), Darren Jeffery (Trulove), Donal J. Byrne (Sellem)
Symphony Orchestra & Chorus of la Monnaie de Munt, Kazushi Ono (conductor) &...
It seems perverse to place it in Las Vegas in the 1950s, as Robert Lepage has done, with stetsons, risqué revue turns and black-and-white TV … Yet when we arrive at the graveyard scene, and then... — More…
Ian Bostridge (Tom Rakewell), Bryn Terfel (Nick Shadow), Deborah York (Anne Trulove), Anne Sofie von Otter (Baba the Turk), Anne Howells (Mother Goose), Peter Bronder (Sellem), Martin Robson (Trulove), Julian Clarkson (Keeper of the Madhouse)
Monteverdi Choir, London Symphony Orchestra, John...
Gardiner's Rake's Progress, in all but one respect, easily withstands comparison with its five rivals, and in several it surpasses them; if you're happy with Terfel's Nick Shadow, it can be set... — More…
Philip Langridge (Tom Rakewell), Cathryn Pope (Anne), Samuel Ramey (Nick Shadow), Astrid Varnay (Mother Goose), Sarah Walker (Baba the Turk), Stafford Dean (Trulove), John Dobson (Sellem) & Matthew Best (Keeper)
London Sinfonietta Chorus & London Sinfonietta, Riccardo Chailly
Philip Langridge is more misled bulldog than young puppy as the Rake. And who wouldn't be seduced by Samuel Ramey's velvety Nick? Not Cathryn Pope's Anne, whose voice, too, could ideally be... — More…
Jayne West, Jon Garrison, ArthurWoodley, John Cheek, Shirley Love, Wendy White, Melvin Lowery & Jeffrey Johnson
Gregg Smith Singers & Orchestra of St. Luke’s, Robert Craft
An Anglophone cast benefits Auden and Kallman's text while Robert Craft's neat conducting highlights the delicate ironies of Stravinsky's neo-classical score. — More…
Hilde Güden (soprano), Eugene Conley (tenor), Norman Scott (bass), Mack Harrell (baritone), Martha Lipton (alto), Blanche Thebom (mezzo-soprano), Paul Franke (tenor), Lawrence Davidson (baritone)
Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, Metropolitan Opera Chorus, Fritz Reiner
Five Great Opera Productions from the Glyndebourne Festival Opera
Elisabeth Söderström (Leonore), Anton de Ridder (Florestan), Curt Applegren (Rocco), Robert Allman (Pizarro), Elizabeth Gale (Marzelline), Ian Caley (Jaquino), Michael Langdon (Fernando), David Johnston (First Prisoner), Roger Bryson (Second Prisoner), Benjamin Luxon (Ulisse), Janet Baker (Penelope),...
[On Falstaff] This performance is typical of the high standards of ensemble playing pertaining at Glyndebourne in the 1970s. — More…
Judith Raskin (Anne Trulove), Alexander Young (Tom Rakewell), John Reardon (Nick Shadow), Don Garrard (Trulove), Jean Manning (Mother Goose), Regina Sarfaty (Baba the Turk), Kevin Miller (Sellem), Peter Tracey (Keeper)
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Sadler's Wells Opera Chorus, Igor Stravinsky
Eugene Conley (Tom Rakewell), Hilde Güden (Anne Trulove), Mack Harrell (Nick Shadow), Norman Scott (Trulove), Blanche Thebom (Baba the Turk), Martha Lipton (Mother Goose), Paul Franke (Sellem), Lawrence Davidson (Keeper)
Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, Metropolitan Opera Chorus, Igor Stravinsky
Hilde Gueden, Blanche Thebom, Eugene Conley, Mack Harrell, Martha Lipton & Norman Scott
Metropolitan Opera Chorus and Orchestra, Igor Stravinsky
In February 1953, 17 months after the world premiere in Venice, The Rake's Progress received its first American production, conducted by Fritz Reiner. Less than a month later, this studio recording... — More…