Sweet sorrow


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Scène d’amour


I know it represents a goodish chunk of your time but, if you do have an hour plus to spare, fill it with one of the performances below – it’ll really be worthwhile.

France Musique: Daniele Gatti, Orchestre National de France,
Marianne Crebassa, Paolo Fanale and Alex Esposito

Roméo seulThe Capulet’s BallLove Scene
Queen Mab Scherzo
Funeral cortège for JulietRoméo at the tomb
Friar Lawrence’s AriaReconciliation

The Proms: Sir John Eliot Gardiner,
Orchestra Révolutionnaire et Romantique,
Julie Boulianne, Jean-Paul Fouchécourt,
Laurent Naouri &
the Monteverdi Choir

Roméo seul The Capulet’s BallLove Scene
Queen Mab Scherzo
Funeral cortège for JulietRoméo at the tomb
Friar Lawrence’s AriaReconciliation


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3 thoughts on “Sweet sorrow

  1. A fascinating introduction, Chris, and what an opportunity to hear and see that performance by JEG’s Orchestre Romantique and all those fine singers.

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