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Orchestre Symphonique De Montreal - Kent Nagano

Bernstein_A Quiet Place

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Kent Nagano & the Orchestre symphonique de Montreal: European tour 2014
OSM conductor Kent Nagano: pleasure in a profession
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1 ACT I - Prologue: The path of truth is plain and safe  
2 ACT I - Dialogue One: I am sorry, ma'am  
3 ACT I - Dialogue Two: She wasn't exactly what you would call a beautiful woman  
4 ACT I - Dialogue Three: Dede! Darling, how've you been? Arietta: Fantastic, great!  
5 ACT I - Dialogue Four: You're so like her  
6 ACT I - Dialogue Five: Uh, Susie, this is... - You must be Francois  
7 ACT I - Dialogue Six: Oh, Francois, come  
8 ACT I - Dialogue Seven: Welcome to the family  
9 ACT I - Dialogue Eight: Say, who's that character  
10 ACT I - Dialogue Nine: Dede, where's your brother?  
11 ACT I - Readings: Who can find a virtuous woman? Chorale: God has his ways  
12 ACT I - Aria: 'You're Late'  
13 ACT I - Trio: Dear Daddy... - Daddy dear  
14 ACT I - Finale: Merry Christmas to you too, asshole  
15 ACT I - Postlude  
16 ACT II - Aria: 'I Wish I Could Sleep'  
17 ACT II - What are you doing?  
18 ACT II - But first I'd like to sing you a little song  
19 ACT II - I coming closer  
20 ACT II - Aria: 'I've Been Afraid'  
21 ACT III - Prelude  
22 ACT III - Aria (Dede): Morning  
23 ACT III - Scene: The one and only cereal  
24 ACT III - Tag #1: Ha! - Absence makes the heart grow fonder!  
25 ACT III - Tag #2: Watch it! - Watch out!  
26 ACT III - Aria: 'Oh, Francois, Please'  
27 ACT III - Aria (Francois): 'Dear Loved Ones...'  
28 ACT III - Scene: I like it here!  
29 ACT III - Aria (Francois): 'Stop. You Will Not Take Another Step!'  
30 ACT III - Aria (Junior): 'You See, Daddy, That Death Does Bring Some Relief' Finale  
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Kent Nagano, who studied with Leonard Bernstein for six years until his death in 1990, and the Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal release the world premiere recording of the chamber version of Bernstein's opera A Quiet Place. Adapted by the senior music editor at the Bernstein Office, Garth Edwin Sunderland, A Quiet Place features an outstanding international cast of young singers headed by Claudia Boyle and Joseph Kaiser.

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