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Orphée aux enfers (1997)

TV Movie  -   -  Comedy | Musical
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Natalie Dessay ...
Yann Beuron ...
Jean-Paul Fouchécourt ...
Aristée / Pluton
Laurent Naouri ...
Martine Olméda ...
L'Opinion Publique
Steven Cole ...
John Styx
Cassandre Berthon ...
Ethienne Lescroart ...
Virginie Pochon ...
Diane
Lydie Pruvot ...
Maryline Fallot ...
Alketa Cela ...
Sherman Pleismer ...
La violoniste
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Orphée aux enfers
(1858)
Music by Jacques Offenbach
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1 February 2007 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

If you are are used to the awful amateur version of this that does the circles in operatic societies in the UK.then you are in for a treat. From start to finish this romps along at a cracking pace, and bears little resemblance to the amateur version so well know in operatic society circles. Brought up to date the production is slick, fast and when coupled with superb soloists, choreography & orchestral playing is a real treat. Laurent Naouri & Natalie Dessay make a wonderful couple in the "fly duet" but don't take my word for it but it & see for yourself. Offenbach had a great gift for melody, satire & an naughtiness that is missing from his British Counterparts Gilbert & Sullivan.


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