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Patricia Petibon sings Mozart, Haydn and Gluck (Trailer)

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Uploaded on Oct 26, 2009

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Watch this trailer featuring exceptional French soprano Patricia Petibon and her DG album "Amoureuses". Petibon has established herself as one of the most interesting and versatile sopranos of our day and has been widely acclaimed for her outstanding acting abilities that make her merge completely with whatever role she sings and represents on stage.

With Amoureuses Petibon circles around the ever-important topic of love and desire -- in a series of character-portraits she explores how the very different female characters in the operas of Mozart, Haydn, and Gluck respond to the challenges of love.

Ranging from the dramatic fury in Haydn's Odio, furor, dispetto and Mozart's Der Hölle Rache . . . to the sweetness in his Deh vieni, and from the desperate sadness of his L'ho perduta . . . me meschina! to the grandeur of Gluck's Ah! Si la liberté, the album is the perfect showcase for Petibon's exceptional skills of expression and characterization.

For Amoureuses Petibon teamed up with the acclaimed period-instrument band Concerto Köln and conductor Daniel Harding, a collaboration that guarantees an effervescent, entrancing approach to the music of the Viennese masters -- a captivating debut to watch for!

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