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CD audio, Colonna sonora, 6 feb 2006
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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
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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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3.0 su 5 stelle This Should Be Entitled: The Best of Sweeney Todd! 14 giugno 2008
Di Braithwaite - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Audio CD Acquisto verificato
And so it is: the best numbers chosen and performed by very talented singers.
But as to continuity . . . here the musical rendition fails; and fails miserably.
First the singers: Patti Lupone,--excellent. Michael Cerveris: menacingly excellent.
Overall: a sturdy well-cast group of performers.
This is a unique concept; but the planning of the established opera/musical is the thing. And I, or anyone who has posted, could have planned this story (and such it is: a story put to music) a thousand times better than it is.
The first CD is fine. The Second CD is where the story breaks completely; and essential elements are just dropped into the fire like so much fat! :)
Pirelli? A brief mention by Mrs Lovett about "what should we do with him" is all you get. People unfamiliar with the story will be left scratching their heads. The whole scene of Pirelli blackmailing Todd and his subsequent demise being expurgated from this rendition. Better never to have even mentioned "him". Pirelli's demise could have been completely left out of this truncated version of the opera.
The worst offense is the climax when the Beadle's death leads to the beggar woman's death. We never even know of this. All we have is a gasp by Todd about the beggar woman he murdered and who she really is. Up to that point, who would have known he killed any beggar woman at all. Very poorly executed; and one is left wondering why the truncation of such a critical and crucial part of the show. It is after all the most emotionally charged scene for Todd,--the death of the beggar woman by his own hands.
That is why I stated that this is the best of the numbers of Sweeney Todd. Story interrupted by time constraints. Why the constraints, I do not know. Surely when Sondheim sat and listened to this in the small theatre, they did not hack the second part of the story to pieces then;--as they do on the CD here.
The booklet is nice; but a whole section entitled: "Synopsis", should warn the listener he is in for a let down, story wise.
Also, having the singers also play the instruments does put them off at times. It is difficult to concentrate on playing an instrument and then dashing off a number in the proper key of "E" the next moment. They are excellent, despite the fact we all know Pirelli is being sung by a woman. But performance does suffer somewhat do to too many bakers of the pie! :)
They should have had a small band of musicians playing the instrument for the CD; and the singers focusing all their talents into the songs.
If one wants to start with a CD version of Sweeney Todd, begin with the New York Philharmonic one. It can be purchased new through Amazon.com directly from them; and for a discount. It is coherent and cogent to the listener. And the singers are allowed more range in the depth of their singing. Lupone with an orchestra behind her is quite impressive. Plus one get's an added bonus: reaction from an audience. This does help when the darkly satiric comedic elements of the musical are played out. It enhances the show quite nicely; and the singers do seem to thrive off of a live performance before an audience. There is also a DVD performance done by Hearn and Lupone at another performance of Sweeney before a different audience and performed by the San Francisco Syphony. If you require the visuals.
This is, again, a unique approach in trying to take an extravaganza and turn it into a true chamber opera. It is just a pity it was so poorly executed. This is worth a listen, but only for someone who is thoroughly versed in the full story of Sweeney Todd,--The Demon Barber of Fleet Street!

Braithwaite
*A redo is most certainly needed to make this,overall, an "A Number One" portrayal of the Sondheim musical. 4 Stars for the Singers. 2 Stars for the execution*
2 di 2 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Positively brilliant 24 maggio 2009
Di Alyssa A. Lappen - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Audio CD Acquisto verificato
When first I learned that Stephen Sondheim had composed a musical featuring a murderous barber, I determined never to see it. Alas, my partner soon convinced me we ought to get tickets. From there, it was a short ride to falling in love with the score, not to mention the original cast production, featuring Angela Lansbury and Len Cariou.

So smitten were we, despite the unpalatable subject, we then proceeded to see each New York stage production afterward.

To be sure, the 2005 production was also the most stripped-down, but this CD includes the intimacy with the characters, and the fineness of the vocals to match the extraordinary stage production itself. As an owner of both the original cast recording, and this most recent stage recording, I confess them to be equally grand, albeit for different reasons.

All right, Patti LuPone seems an unlikely tubaist, but she's convincing and more than competent, despite one's alternative expectation. Surprisingly, at the end of the day, her Mrs. Lovett is just as endearing as the character Angela Lansbury spun in the original 1979 production.

Our usher at the 2005 Broadway staging avowed that Mr. Sondheim himself found this the best production yet of his incomparable operetta; after seeing it, we could agreed. In fact, we went twice.

Without a doubt, Sondheim is the most brilliant Broadway composer of our time, on a par with Leonard Bernstein in an earlier era. And anyone enamored of his work owes themselves a copy of this recording. It's stupendous. Listening is almost as strangely delightful as was seeing the show itself.

---Alyssa A. Lappen
3 di 3 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle A stark reworking of "Sweeney Todd" by John Doyle and Sarah Travis 15 aprile 2006
Di Lawrance Bernabo - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Audio CD Acquisto verificato
I am in something of a peculiar position to appreciate a stripped down version of "Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street," because I once directed a one-act version of Stephen Sondheim's musical, albeit without the songs, focusing as much on Hugh Wheeler's book as much as on Sondheim's lyrics (You cut the rhymes the same way Sweeny cuts the throats of gentlemen). The 2005 Broadway Revival is directed and designed by John Doyle, with musical supervision and orchestrations by Sarah Travis. The specialty of the Davis and Travis team has been shows in which the actors form their own orchestra (e.g., "Candide," "Mack and Mabel"). Consequently, Sweeney Todd (Michael Cerveris) also plays the guitar while Mrs. Lovett (Patti LuPone) plays both chimes and the tuba. With eight other cast members they are the complete orchestra.

There is an additional conceit here in that the performance takes place in Doyle's asylum, the place to which Judge Turpin sends pretty little Johanna, his ward, to keep her from the hot blooded young sailor, Anthony. When the curtain rises on the madhouse we see Tobias (Manoel Felciano), straitjacketed and gagged in a chair; a warden appears and removes the restraints, and Tobias begins singing "The Ballad of Sweeney Todd, " joined by the rest of the ensemble as Todd rises from a black coffin center stage. This conceit hardly constitutes a new idea on Broadway, although your reference point in that particular regard could be as diverse as "Marat/Sade" or "Man of La Mancha." With this production the obsession of all of the characters-Sweeney seeking revenge, Mrs.Lovett desiring him, the Judge (Mark Jacoby) and Anthony (Benjamin Magnuson) both lusting after Johanna (Lauren Molina)-is doubled by the idea the performers are forced to play out these scenes again and again, or else go to bed without their supper. The musical constant of the piano, which is played by four different characters during the course of the performance, suggests on one level that this is slightly more than a rehearsal.

This production forces you to look at "Sweeney Todd" with new eyes and listen to it with new ears. I look at the photographs of the cast and of course I think Brecht, but there is also something of Buchenwald that is evoked as well by the outfit worn by Tobias and the wooded floors and walls of the set. When I saw the touring company of "Sweeney Todd" two decades ago, Mrs. Lovett was played by June Havoc (as in Baby June, the sister of Gypsy Rose Lee). As a veteran of vaudeville she had the comic timing down, but her vocal range was at least an octave and a half lower than what Sondheim originally wrote and it did strange things to her duet. LuPone shows that singing in a lower vocal range works for the character, although Travis clearly reworks key songs for Cerveis and LuPone to compliment each other vocally. Yes, the results are often more like drama than like opera, but if you can get past the affrontery of the attempt, then you should be able to enjoy the execution (so to speak).

Is this production superior to the original with Len Cariou and Angela Landsbury? There will be those who might argue as much, but I would not be one of them. However, that does not take away from my ability to appreciate this revival production on its own terms precisely because it does exist on its own terms. It came to Broadway with Sondheim's blessing (not to mention chordal changes, tempo adjustments, and the odd lyric rewrite), but that is neither surprising nor necessary to liking the results. The idea that the score had to be re-orchestrated because different actors would now be playing different instruments at different times in the U.S. production makes the whole affair even more impressive to my mind. There have been imaginative productions of the classic plays of William Shakespeare and it certainly took a while for those to become palatable to theater goers, but I would hope that this revival would be more readily accepted by most lovers of musical theater.
1 di 1 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
3.0 su 5 stelle Mixed. 5 ottobre 2013
Di Pauken Player - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Audio CD Acquisto verificato
The CDs are in excellent shape and at the end of the day that's what matters most. (5 stars). However. The front case cover was broken; I have replacements but this was USED-LIKE NEW, (-1 star). Lastly, it's obvious that this CD originally came with a booklet with, I assume, background, story synopsis, perhaps even lyrics. Missing in action. -1 star. CD arrived very quickly and was in a padded envelope. Nice.
2 di 2 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Stripped to Bone (and very TASTY) 1 febbraio 2006
Di Marc S. Komisarow - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Audio CD Acquisto verificato
If the bare bones 1997 revival of Chicago revealed the brillant essentials of that show, then the stunning 2005 revival of Sweeney Todd does the same for Sondheim's masterpiece. The bare bones orchestra (the cast) gives the full sound of the score with out the orchestrations which eventually became annoying with repeated listenings to the original cast album. Patti Lupone endows Mrs. Lovett with a full measure of creepiness missing from Angela Lansbury's original or the archness in her concert version with Bryn Terfel. Michael Cerveris makes Sweeney's emptiness and rage palpable on the CD. His live performance must be completely terrifying. The score frankly has never sounded better. Mark Jacoby makes the judge even more menacing because he is not nearly as old as the original. Pretty Women is even lusher here because of the stripped down nature of the orchestra. A total triumph.


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