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  • Audio CD (6 febbraio 2006)
  • Numero di dischi: 2
  • Formato: Colonna sonora
  • Etichetta: Nonesuch
  • ASIN: B000CRR3P6
  • Disponibile anche in: Audio CD  |  Musica MP3
  • Media recensioni: 4.0 su 5 stelle  Visualizza tutte le recensioni (1 recensione cliente)
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Formato: Audio CD
Questo CD è l’incisione discografica del revival di Broadway del 2005 di “Sweeney Todd”. Questa produzione è stata brillantemente diretta da John Doyle (vincitore del Tony Award al miglior regista) che, seguendo un’idea geniale, ha fatto suonare agli stessi attori (quindici in tutto) gli strumenti, facendo in modo che si accompagnassero da soli. Le orchestrazioni, quindi, sono molto diverse da quelle più “tradizionali” che si possono ascoltare in tutte le altre incisioni discografiche, più “particolari” ed inquietanti. Questa produzione, molto brechtiana, ha uno straordinario impatto visivo, ma se viene solamente ascoltata e non vista sulla scena può sembrare deludente. Il cast è eccellente e, tra tutti, spiccano Michael Cerveris (Sweeney, molto bravo vocalmente e per recitazione), Patti LuPone (Lovett, fantastica come sempre) e Manoel Felciano (il suo Toby è davvero straordinario).
Questo è un ottimo CD, ma mi sento di consigliarlo solo a persone che conoscono bene il musical e le sue melodie: agli altri consiglio vivamente il cast originale di Broadway o il revival di Londra del 2012!
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55 di 55 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
4.0 su 5 stelle A new and very different SWEENEY 1 febbraio 2006
Di Mark Andrew Lawrence - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Audio CD
Now, by way of London, comes a re-conceptualized staging that had the New York critics spewing superlative praise. Starring Patti LuPone and Michael Cerveris, it has become one of the biggest hits of the 2005/06 Broadway season, and Nonesuch has produced a 2 CD set of the new production.

This is a very different SWEENEY recording. Jonathan Doyle's staging takes it down to almost a chamber opera. Where once the emotions were played big they are now small and understated.

All of that comes through brilliantly on the new recording. Yes the smaller orchestration may take some getting used to - but not much.

What is frustrating are the gaps in continuity. (This was also a
slight problem with the original 1979 cast album: there are spots
where the OCR skips dialogue. Four LP sides were not quite enough to hold the entire 2 1/2 hour show.)

With the new Nonesuch set, the first act is fairly cohesive, but Act Two has some glaring gaps where scenes are skipped and because they are referenced in later scenes the cuts become even more obvious.

There is a story behind this. The label intended a single
disc "highlights" recording but discovered they had recorded 88
minutes of music - about 10 minutes more than a standard CD can hold. They could not afford t bring the cast back into the studio (for cast albums each performer is paid a week's salary) so they decided to spread the material over two not-very-full discs.

Fortunately, the label has included a thick booklet with pictures of the production, all the lyrics and a detailed synopsis to help fill in the plot-holes.

Though the role of Mrs Lovett is OWNED by Angela Lansbury, Patti
LuPone offers her own unique take here and sings even better than she did on the 2001 concert recording with the New York Philharmonic.

Michael Cerveris gives such chilling performance here that he just may well eclipse both George Hearn and Len Cariou on the previous records.

While no revival cast recording can ever eclipse the original this is certainly a worthy alternate.
39 di 41 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Stunning new 'Sweeney' 9 febbraio 2006
Di Steven Valenti - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Audio CD
A minor complaint upfront: I wish they included the entire score.

Otherwise, this is an excellent recording of Sondheim's "Sweeney Todd": intimate, gritty, and very effective. The conceit of this production is well known by now-- the actors double as a minimalist orchestra and the action takes place in an insane asylum, suggesting a re-imagining of the horror through the eyes of the simpleminded, unwitting accomplice, Tobias. It's a brilliant, daring concept for a musical that's already, well, brilliant and daring.

On the recording, the stripped down orchestra works very well, drawing you into the characters and the story in a way that feels completely new-- even to someone who's listened to the original recording ad nauseum and hasn't seen this new production. The instrumentation keeps the horror close in a way you don't always get with a large size orchestra. (I would not, however, advocate that this version is definitive, just a fantastic new interpretation on its own terms.)

This new recording has a lot to offer. There are moments that are more spine tingling than ever: just listen to this version of "Epiphany," which is downright bloodcurdling in a way previous renditions didn't quite convey. The frequent reprises of "The Ballad of Sweeney Todd" have never sounded creepier. There is also a beautiful simplicity newly apparent in many of the numbers; the second act "Johanna," a highlight in every version of "Sweeney," has never sounded better. "Wait" and "By the Sea" also take on a renewed attractiveness. Everything becomes more impressive the more you think about the fact that the actors are completely responsible for all that you're hearing. Overall, this "Sweeney" just feels really, um, cool. Very cool.

The cast is amazing. Michael Cerveris is a powerful and mesmerizing Sweeney, and Patti Lupone is wonderful as a coolly evil Mrs. Lovett. Manoel Felciano sounds perfect as Tobias-- his rendition of "Not While I'm Around" is particularly memorable. I also like the approach of Mark Jacoby as the Judge-- he plays him as less a lecherous pervert, and more like just an ordinary man-- and he's all the more scary because of it. Some might question the casting of a woman, Donna Lynne Champlin, as Pirelli, but within the already surreal parameters established, it's a perfectly suitable alternative.

The one question I have is whether or not this version would appeal to people who are not already "Sweeney" devotees. Ultimately, I think it can be easily appreciated even by those new to the show. That doesn't mean you should skip the original, though. Both are necessary. And if you really feel like being a fanatic, get the New York Philharmonic recording too.
15 di 15 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
4.0 su 5 stelle Original is Better! 10 aprile 2006
Di Muscial Man - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Audio CD
While this recording is fine in its own respect, it just doesn't live up to the original. The original cast recording was massive, loud, and fierce, while this one is a little subdued. I really like both Sweeney's, and I agree that Michael Cerveris is quite creepy. There will never be anyone like Angela Lansbury, so wonderful Patti LuPone doesn't stand a chance. I think her voice is too nice for the part of Mrs. Lovett. Anthony Hope is my character in respect to singing, and Benjamin Magnuson just isn't Victor Garber. His voice sounds to old and operatic for the part. Anthony is supposed to be a young guy in love. One improvement, however, is the part of Johanna. While Sarah Rice was good, Lauren Molina has a much clearer and innocent voice. Sarah Rice's could be a bit too much a times. Altogether, it's not too bad, but I prefer the big sounds of the original cast recording.
8 di 8 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
3.0 su 5 stelle Maybe I am too attached to the original production. 10 luglio 2006
Di Movie Man - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Audio CD
I wanted to like this more than I did, and I have the same reaction to the revival. Somehow, the revival and this recording extract all sense of "the human" from this show. Both on stage and in this recording, I see gimmickry (e.g. on stage--the Brechtian tendency of characters not to address each other or make full dramatic use of the stage; on stage and on this recording--the minimalist orchestrations, or a female Perelli). The gimmicky, in turn, detracts from the telling of a delightfully macabre and eerie story. And while I have no qualms with Lupone or Cerveris on stage, in this recording their characterizations somehow seem flat. I don't get the dramatic vigor, the emotional range--the "humanness" that the original recording provides.
5 di 5 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle A Very Respectable "Sweeney" 4 agosto 2006
Di Music Man - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Audio CD
To begin with, this is easily the best Broadway score of the last half-century. There have been many complaints about this extremely well-reviewed revival of the Sondheim classic, some of it deserved and some of it not. In fact, this Original Cast Recording is probably the best result of the revival, with some reservations. Unfortunately, the decision was made to eliminate most of the second act songs to fit on one CD. Nonesuch Records inexplicably found themselves with too much music for one CD, so they released a 2-CD set that has more than enough room for the missing numbers. Sadly, some of Sarah Travis' best orchestrations (for which she deservedly won a Tony Award) are missed, and since the show and performers gained momentum as the production progressed there are moments to cherish that were not recorded.

All of that said, this is still an exquisite recording, with many classic performances. To start with, the sound is pristine and crisp, a happy and welcomed quality to any cast recording. Michael Cerveris is a bit severe and over-the-top at times as Sweeney, and Patti Lupone's typical bouyancy seems muted. Still, both actor-singers bring subtlety and virtuousity to their roles. A mention must be made about Ms. Lupone - while she has her detractors (with good reason), her performance on this CD may very well be her best. She mixes subtle underplaying with her usual theatrics and manages to pull off a contrast that gives her character layers of complexities. Also, her singing is less mannered and calculated than usual. Other pros who do their best are the thrilling Diana DiMarzio as the best "Beggar Woman" in record, the subtle yet intense Manoel Feliciano as a touching "Tobias" and the exquisite Lauren Molina as a most fetching "Johanna".

Initially, this would have earned a 4-star review only for the missing songs, but what's there is so glorious (and so high above almost anything on Broadway now or since 1979) it gets the 5 stars. Whatever reservations melt when listening to such an accomplished recording. Everyone involved should be proud of their work, as nothing like this will likely pass Broadway again in the near future.


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