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Erdbeben. Träume.

Erdbeben. Träume.

Opera in one act

Libretto by Marcel Beyer

based on "Das Erdbeben von Chili" by Heinrich von Kleist


  • Édition: matériel d'exécution
  • Langue : allemand

Description
Set to a libretto by Marcel Beyer, this opera tells of a child whose parents were massacred leaving him to be raised by foster parents. The child goes on a journey to find his real parents asking himself, ‘Where are my real parents?’ and ‘Who am I?’

The audience follows the aural and visual representation of the child’s existencial voyage as he prepares to become an adult. Nevertheless, this journey is by no means without peril.

Awaiting him are violent forces of nature (earthquakes and tsunamis), the terrifying unconscious mass violence hidden in the heart of humans, and the ferocity of nature; on the other hand, there emerges the love story of his parents, the solidarity of mankind, and the grace of nature. Toshio Hosokawa
Détails
Année de composition: 2017-2018
Auftragswerk : Commissioned by Staatstheater Stuttgart
Durée de la performance: 90'0"
Maison d'édition: Schott Music Co. Ltd., Tokyo
instrumentation: 2(2.pic, afl&bfl).2(2.ca).2(2.bcl).2(2.cbsn)-4.2.2.1-4perc(I: 2cong, b.d, marac; II: gong, tam-t, 4bng, 3wdbl, 2tempbl; III: xyl, sus cym, tam-t, b.d, guiro, marac, ratchet, 3wdbl, water, 4furin, antique cym; IV: vib, sus cym, 4bng, guiro, 4furin, antique cym, 4rin on timp)-hp.cel-str
occupation: Josephe Asteron · soprano - Jeronimo · baritone - Elvire · mezzo-soprano - Fernando Ormez · baritone - Constanze · soprano - Pedrillo · tenor
Droits de livraison: pour le monde entier
Représentations
Chef d'orchestre: Sylvain Cambreling
2018-07-23 | Stuttgart (Allemagne), Opernhaus
Chef d'orchestre: Sylvain Cambreling
2018-07-18 | Stuttgart (Allemagne), Opernhaus
Chef d'orchestre: Sylvain Cambreling
2018-07-13 | Stuttgart (Allemagne), Opernhaus
Chef d'orchestre: Sylvain Cambreling
2018-07-11 | Stuttgart (Allemagne), Opernhaus
Chef d'orchestre: Sylvain Cambreling
2018-07-06 | Stuttgart (Allemagne), Opernhaus
Chef d'orchestre: Sylvain Cambreling
2018-07-01 | Stuttgart (Allemagne), Opernhaus | Première mondiale
Set to a libretto by Marcel Beyer, this opera tells of a child whose parents were massacred leaving him to be raised by foster parents. The child goes on a journey to find his real parents asking himself, ‘Where are my real parents?’ and ‘Who am I?’

The audience follows the aural and visual representation of the child’s existencial voyage as he prepares to become an adult. Nevertheless, this journey is by no means without peril.

Awaiting him are violent forces of nature (earthquakes and tsunamis), the terrifying unconscious mass violence hidden in the heart of humans, and the ferocity of nature; on the other hand, there emerges the love story of his parents, the solidarity of mankind, and the grace of nature. Toshio Hosokawa
Année de composition: 2017-2018
Auftragswerk : Commissioned by Staatstheater Stuttgart
Durée de la performance: 90'0"
Maison d'édition: Schott Music Co. Ltd., Tokyo
instrumentation: 2(2.pic, afl&bfl).2(2.ca).2(2.bcl).2(2.cbsn)-4.2.2.1-4perc(I: 2cong, b.d, marac; II: gong, tam-t, 4bng, 3wdbl, 2tempbl; III: xyl, sus cym, tam-t, b.d, guiro, marac, ratchet, 3wdbl, water, 4furin, antique cym; IV: vib, sus cym, 4bng, guiro, 4furin, antique cym, 4rin on timp)-hp.cel-str
occupation: Josephe Asteron · soprano - Jeronimo · baritone - Elvire · mezzo-soprano - Fernando Ormez · baritone - Constanze · soprano - Pedrillo · tenor
Droits de livraison: pour le monde entier
Chef d'orchestre: Sylvain Cambreling
2018-07-23 | Stuttgart (Allemagne), Opernhaus
Chef d'orchestre: Sylvain Cambreling
2018-07-18 | Stuttgart (Allemagne), Opernhaus
Chef d'orchestre: Sylvain Cambreling
2018-07-13 | Stuttgart (Allemagne), Opernhaus
Chef d'orchestre: Sylvain Cambreling
2018-07-11 | Stuttgart (Allemagne), Opernhaus
Chef d'orchestre: Sylvain Cambreling
2018-07-06 | Stuttgart (Allemagne), Opernhaus
Chef d'orchestre: Sylvain Cambreling
2018-07-01 | Stuttgart (Allemagne), Opernhaus | Première mondiale