Franz Schubert: Sakontala

Franz Schubert

Sakontala

Oper in zwei Akten

D 701

Description

A must for Schubert fans and lovers of 19th century opera – Sakontala – an operatic fragment from the pen of Franz Schubert. The composer was deeply involved in 1821/ 1822 with the Indian subject about the hermit’s daughter Sakontala. Schubert’s drafts and sketches survive in autograph for two acts of the opera. Following the rediscovery of the complete libretto in 2001, and the stylistically sensitive and skilled completion of the music by the Danish composer Karl Aage Rasmussen, Frieder Bernius made the first recording of this previously unknown Schubert opera with top soloists, the Kammerchor Stuttgart, and the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen. This recording was unavailable for long time, but has now been re-issued by Carus.

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Conductor

Frieder Bernius Personal details

Soloist - soprano

Simone Nold Personal details

Soloist - tenor

Dónat Havár Personal details

Soloist - bass

Martin Snell Personal details
Stephan Loges Personal details
Konrad Jarnot Personal details

choir

Kammerchor Stuttgart Personal details

orchestra

Die Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen Personal details

Arranger

Karl Aage Rasmussen Personal details

Composer

Franz Schubert Personal details