Κυριακή, 3 Μαΐου 2015

MICHELANGELO, HAYDN, THE CREATION





Michelangelo, The Creation of the Sun, Moon and Plants, Καπέλα Σιξτίνα


Επιμέλεια: De Profundis Ya
12/12/2014

HAYDN: "Η ΔΗΜΙΟΥΡΓΙΑ"

Η "Δημιουργία", ορατόριο του HAYDN, γράφτηκε μεταξύ του 1796 και 1798 και αναφέρεται στην δημιουργία του Κόσμου όπως αυτή περιγράφεται στην Γένεση (Βίβλος) και στον "Χαμένο Παράδεισο" του John Milton. Η έμπνευση γεννήθηκε κατά τις επισκέψεις του στην Αγγλία το 1791-1792 και 1794-1795, όταν άκουσε ορατόρια του Χαίντελ.
Από πολλούς θεωρείται σαν το ωραιότερό του έργο.
Στα σχόλια το λιμπρέτο από τη δημιουργία του Αδάμ και της Εύας και
4 διαφορετικές εκτελέσεις του έργου.

Όλο το libretto: http://bardschool.blogspot.gr/…/haydn-creation-english-text…


Michelangelo, The Creation of Adam, ca 1511, Sistine Chapel


No. 11 Recitative
URIEL
And God said, Let there be lights in the firmament
of heaven to the day from the night
divorce and to give light upon the earth,
and let them be for signs and for seasons
and for days and years. He made the
Stars also.

 URIEL
So God created man in his
Own image, after the image of God he created

him. Male and female he created them. The breath of
He breathed life into his face, and the
Man became a living soul.

No. 24 Aria

URIEL
Done with dignity and honor,
Gifted with beauty, strength 'and courage
Skyward is the man erect,
A man and king of nature.
The wide-arched 'lofty brow
Verkünd't deep sense of wisdom,
And radiates the bright eyes
The spirit of the Creator's image and touch.
Schmieget to his bosom
Formed for him out of it,
The wife, hold and gracefully.
In happy innocence, she smiles,
Lovely image of spring,
Him love, happiness and joy to.

No. 25 Recitative

RAPHAEL
And God saw every thing that he had made;
and it was very good. And the heavenly choir
celebrated the end of the sixth day with loud
Vocal:

No. 26 Chorus

CHOIR
Achieved is the glorious work,
The Creator's looks and rejoices.
Even our friend resound 'loud
Praise the Lord be our song!

Trio No. 27

GABRIEL, URIEL
To Thee, O Lord, look at everything.
To feed thee implores all.
You open your hand,
They are saturated.

RAPHAEL
You turn off your face;
Since everything trembles and solidifies.
You take the breath away,
In the dust they decay.

GABRIEL, URIEL, RAPHAEL
The breath you breathe out again,
And new life sprouts forth.
Rejuvenated, the shape of the Earth '
Its appeal and power.



No. 28 Chorus

CHOIR

Achieved is the glorious work,
Praise the Lord be our song!
Glory to his name,
For he alone is exalted!
Alleluia! Alleluia!
PART THREE

No. 29 orchestral introduction and recitative

URIEL
Rose clouds breaks out,
Awakened by sweet sounds,
The young and beautiful morning.
From the celestial vault
Flowing pure harmony
Down to earth.
Behold the blissful pair,
As it goes hand in hand!
Shines through their eyes
Danks of the hot feeling.
Soon sings in a loud tone
Your mouth praise of God;
Let our voice then
Meddle in their song.

No. 30 Duet with Chorus

EVA and ADAM
Of your goodness, O Lord God,
Is earth and sky full.
The world, so big, so wonderful,
If your hands.

CHOIR
Blessed be the Lord's power,
His praise resound 'in eternity.

ADAM
The brightest star, oh how lovely
You proclaim the day!
How you adorn him, O thou sun,
Of the universe, soul and eye!

CHOIR
Proclaim wide on your car
Men of power and its glory!

EVA
And you, the nights ornament 'and consolation,
And all that bright 'army
Spread everywhere his praise
With you in your choir.

ADAM
Their elements, their power
Always use new forms of evidence,
Their dunes' and fog,
The wind gathers and distributes:

 

 EVA and ADAM CHOIR
 
All praises to the Lord God,
Nam is big as his' his power.


EVA
Gently murmuring praises, O sources, him!
The top tends ye pines!
Your plant is fragrant, flowers breathed
He euern fragrance!

ADAM
Ye, that climbs the mountains stately,
And her crawling low,
Her durchschneid't their flight, the air,
And deep in her wet:

EVA and ADAM CHOIR
Their animals, praise the Lord!
Him celebrate, him magnify!

EVA and ADAM
Her dark grove ', their mountain' and valley '
You are witnesses of our thanks,
You shall sound early and late
Of our praise.

CHOIR
Hail to thee, O God, O Creator, salvation!
From your word was the world
You pray to heaven and earth,
We praise you for ever!


 Michelangelo, The Creation of Eve, Sistine Chapel

 ADAM
Now the first duty is fulfilled,
We thanked the Creator.

Now follow me, my life partner!
I lead you, and each step
Raises new joy in our breast,
Shows miracles everywhere.
Then shalt thou know,
What unspeakable happiness
The Lord intended.
Praise him forever,
Him to dedicate our hearts and minds.
Come, follow me, I redirect you.

EVA
O Beac, for which I was,
My shield, my shield, my all!
Your will is my law.
How it has determined the Lord,
And obey you bring
Me joy, happiness and fame.


 Lucas Cranach ο πρεσβύτερος, Αδάμ και Εύα, πρώτο μισό 16ου αι. 
Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium


 No. 32Duett

ADAM

Lovely wife, your side
Flowing gently down the hours.
Every moment is bliss
Do not worry, they trübet.

EVA
Expensive spouse, your side,
Swims in joy my heart.
Dedicated my life to you,
Your love is my reward.

ADAM
Thawing the morning,
Oh, how he encouraged!

EVA
The coolness of the evening,
O restoreth like them!

ADAM
How is refreshingly
The round fruit juice!

EVA
How irritating is
The flowers smell sweeter!

EVA and ADAM
But without you, what I would -


 Albrecht Dürer, Adam and Eve, 1504, Engraving,
The Morgan Library & Museum


ADAM
The morning dew,


EVA
The evening breeze,

ADAM
The fruit juice,

EVA
The floral scent.

EVA and ADAM
With you every joy is increased,
With you, I enjoy it twice,
With you, life is bliss,
It totally consecrated to Thee!

No. 33 Recitative

URIEL
O happy pair, and always happy
If false conceit you not be seduced,
Even more desirable than you have,
And to know more than ye!

No. 34 final chorus with solos

CHOIR
Sing to the Lord all the votes!
Thanked him for all his works!
Let's honor his name
Praise in the BETTING ring out singing!
Men of the fame, he remains forever!
Amen!


 Gustave Dore, The Heavenly Hosts, 1866, απεικόνιση στο Paradise Lost του John Milton







Joseph Haydn The Creation (Die Schöpfung) Oratorio 1796/1798 English version
Academy of Ancient Music conducted by Christopher Hogwood
Emma Kyrby, soprano
, Anthony Rolfe Johnson tenor, Michael George bass-baritone
 


Haydn: Die Schopfung - Harnoncourt/CMW(2010Live) Concentus Musicus Wien, Graz, 7/2010 


 Haydn : "The Creation" Oratorio Hob.XXI-2, Eugen Jochum
Bavarian Radio Chorus
Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra
(Rec.1951)
 










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