Ravel's L'heure espagnole

Laurent Pelly (stage director), Kazushi Ono (conductor) – With Elliot Madore (Ramiro), Stéphanie d'Oustrac (Concepción)...

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Laurent Pelly — Stage director
Caroline Ginet — Set designer
Florence Evrard — Set designer
Elliot Madore — Ramiro
François Piolino — Torquemada
Stéphanie d’Oustrac — Concepción
Alek Shrader — Gonzalve
Paul Gay — Don Íñigo Gómez
The Glyndebourne Chorus
Kazushi Ono — Conductor

Program notes

L'Heure espagnole is a one-act operatic farce written by Ravel and first premiered in 1911. The title's literal translation is "The Spanish Hour", but here the word "heure" refers more generally to "time", reminiscent of the cliché, "How They Keep Time in Spain". The work's Latin atmosphere is reinforced through Ravel's incorporation of dance music like the malagueña, the jota, and the habañera.

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Directed by:
François Roussillon
Venue: Glyndebourne (Lewes, Great Britain)
Production date: 2013
Duration: 52 min
Production: © Glyndebourne Productions Ltd – François Roussillon et Associés – Mezzo

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