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Author Rameau, Jean-Philippe, 1683-1764.
Uniform Title Castor et Pollux (1754)
Title Castor & Pollux [electronic resource] / Jean-Philippe Rameau ; libretto, Pierre-Joseph Bernard.
Published [Waldron, England, U.K.] : Opus Arte, c2008.
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Description 1 online resource (155 min.).
Series Opera in video
Note Extra features include documentary: To serve this big spectacle.
Program notes in English, French, and German by Reiner E. Moritz (24 p. : ill.).
Performer Stage director, Pierre Audi ; a co-production of De Nederlandse Opera and the NPS.
Summary "Castor et Pollux is arguably Rameau's finest creation in the tragedie lyrique style. Its libretto, based in mythology, focuses on an unusual theme: the self- sacrificing love between Castor, who is mortal, and his immortal brother, Pollux."-- Original container.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Alexandria, VA : Alexander Street Press, 2009. (Opera in video). Available via World Wide Web.
Language Sung in French (opera); spoken in English (bonus); with subtitles in English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, and Dutch.
Subject Operas.
Dioscuri (Greek mythology) -- Drama.
Genre Internet videos.
Related Names Bernard, P. J. (Pierre-Joseph), 1710-1775. Librettist.
Panzarella, Anna Maria. Performer.
Gens, Véronique. Performer.
Wanroij, Judith van. Performer.
Finnur Bjarnason. Performer.
Neven, Henk. Performer.
Testé, Nicolas. Performer.
Oliemans, Thomas, 1977- Performer.
Dahlin, Anders J., 1975- Performer.
Rousset, Christophe. Conductor.
Audi, Pierre. Director.
Kinmonth, Patrick. Costume designer. Set designer.
Kalman, Jean. Lighting designer.
Hosseinpour, Amir. Choreographer.
Vermeiren, Misjel. Director.
Dijck, Coby van. Producer.
Talens lyriques. Performer.
Nederlands Operakoor. Performer.
Nederlandse Programma Stichting.
Opus Arte (Firm)
Related Titles To serve this big spectacle.
Collection Title Alexander Street Press.
Standard # 809478009993
Publisher # OA 0999 D Opus Arte