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30 ene. 2014

LA TRAVIATA, EN COMIC - GIF ANIMADO



Tumblr es una plataforma de microblogging que permite a sus usuarios publicar textos, imágenes, vídeos, enlaces, citas y audio a manera de tumblelog. En  el tumblelog de operaswag ha aparecido este gif animado, en formato cómic con escenas de La Traviata que protagonizaron Renée Fleming y Rolando Villazón en Los Ängeles, editado en DVD en 2007. Curioso, realmente.











3 comentarios:

  1. Danièle30/1/14 9:07

    Très original de présenter un Opéra de cette façon !!

    C'est vivant, drôle, et résume très ironiquement l'histoire de cette pauvre Traviata.

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  2. Catherincita31/1/14 11:23

    Des images divertissantes et une idée originale que cette bande dessinée et animée, qui rappellent, s'il en était besoin..., que Rolando est un merveilleux (et crédible) Alfredo quelque soit la mise en scène.

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  3. Very clever! But I still like Rolando's "Villazón Toon" version the best!

    I have both of Rolando's "Traviata" DVDs - LA with Renée Fleming and Salzburg with Anna Netrebko. I don't like comparisons - I think each should be judged on its own merit, and they both have much merit. They are so different, not just in staging but in characterisations of the roles.

    I do love a traditional "Traviata", so the LA production is very special to me. I think Rolando's chemistry with Renée Fleming is just amazing. Here is the younger man with stars in his eyes, worshipping the slightly older woman, and it works so well with the "Traviata" story. When Violetta dies at the end, it seems so fitting that her final gaze should be into the eyes of her beloved Alfredo.

    But the Salzburg production is also very powerful and full of imagery. Again, Rolando's chemistry with Anna Netrebko is electric, but he interacts very differently with this Violetta. Thomas Hampson is an incredible Giorgio who treats his son harshly and elicits fear, not respect. You feel that when Alfredo insults Violetta with the money he is just imitating his father, which makes his father's criticism of his behaviour quite hypocritical!

    Both productions are treasured items in my music library - and I watch them again and again with undiminished pleasure!

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