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Bretan: Horia / Trailescu, Crasnaru, Iurascu, Angelescu, Etc

Release Date: 03/17/1998 
Label:  Nimbus   Catalog #: 5513   Spars Code: ADD 
Composer:  Nicolae Bretan
Performer:  Matilda Onofrei-VoiculetConstantin IliescuNicolae UrziceanuEmil Iurascu,   ... 
Conductor:  Cornel Trailescu
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Romanian Opera Orchestra of BucharestRomanian Opera Chorus of Bucharest
Number of Discs: 2 
Recorded in: Mono 
Length: 2 Hours 14 Mins. 

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Works on This Recording

Horia by Nicolae Bretan
Performer:  Matilda Onofrei-Voiculet (Soprano), Constantin Iliescu (Tenor), Nicolae Urziceanu (Baritone),
Emil Iurascu (Baritone), Marcel Angelescu (Tenor), Iulia Buciuceanu (Mezzo Soprano),
Cornelia Pop (Soprano), Dan Zancu (Bass), Corneliu Fanateanu (Tenor),
Lucian Marinescu (Baritone), Gheorghe Crasnaru (Bass Baritone), Adrian Stefanescu (Bass)
Conductor:  Cornel Trailescu
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Romanian Opera Orchestra of Bucharest,  Romanian Opera Chorus of Bucharest
Period: 20th Century 
Written: 1937; Romania 
Date of Recording: 07/08/1980 
Venue:  Live  Bucharest 
Language: Romanian 

Sound Samples

Prelude: Under Prince Stephen, the Great and Wise
Scene One: I'll begin with myself
Scene One: So you may see how unjust you are, listen!
Scene One: Listen to me! Do you own a house?
Scene Two: Oh, it's really not my day
Scene Two: I have no idea
Scene Two: Foolish girl, what have you done?
Scene Two: Well then, I have no time to lose!
Scene Two: Dear Lord, grant them a good life!
Scene Two: Is anybody here?
Scene Two: Oh, Horia!
Scene Three: Right to the top?
Scene Three: Ever since my wife died
Scene Three: I'm not a man of words
Scene Three: With you fellow, with the whole world!
Scene Four: We still have to agree
Scene Four: All those who fail to control themselves should reflect
Scene Four: Now I, Horia, do here, before the Lord
Scene Four: You, who placed us in this ancestral land
Scene Five: Under Prince Stephen, the Great and Wise
Scene Five: Nutu! Halt!
Scene Five: Well then, listen, and then judge!
Scene Five: I say that the Captain did well!
Scene Five: Now only swift action will save us
Scene Six: Triumph! We're saved!
Scene Six: I'll invent tortures and torments
Scene Seven: Above all else, Horia, Closca and Crisan
Scene Seven: The way you have rendered your judgement
Scene Seven: Whether we are guilty, I cannot say
Scene Seven: Let me through, Christians!
Scene Seven: My child, come to terms with fate
Scene Seven: Death passes through the garden

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