Strauss: Salome

November 25, 2014 - Comment

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Ralph Moore "Ralph operaphile" says:

So much is superlative here – shame about the flaws It might seem perverse to start a review by commenting on the supporting and comprimario voices but having listened to a good few different recordings recently, going back to Welitsch’s classic live recording at the Met under Reiner in 1952, I am very aware that for all that the lead voices are vital, it also matters that the ensemble should be musically and dramatically convincing in an opera so reliant upon sustaining an eerie and menacing atmosphere – and for the most part, Sinopoli’s cast here is inadequate compared with the classic versions. There is a high preponderance of wobbly voices whose inadequacy is thrown into relief by the excellence of the lead singers, Studer and Terfel. The Narraboth is weedy, the basses rocky, Horst Hiestermann’s tenor is distinctly irritating with his bleat, beat and hoarse approximations; plenty of tenors of varying voice categories – Gerhard Stolze, Set Svanholm, Richard Lewis – have sung this part convincingly without tiring the ears so…

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