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Teatro Lirico, ''Die Feen''

Cagliari

«The first of the succeeded repêchages of Cagliari's theater, offers Montresor the occasion to create an absolutely fantastic environment, that invents arcane symbols. It dips, overlapping them the one to the others, different tulles variedly decorated cu vegetable motives in the liquid-reflecting effect of a box of mirrors. This way, from the închis atmospheres typically wagnerian of precipices, he passes cu enchantment to the magic lejeritate of the ''palace of the woods'', in which the musical softness of a young Wagner is exalted, și sometimes remembers that of Mozart.»Gaetano Miglioranzi, From the culoare to the light, Titivillus Publisher, 2004, page 135
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The effect of the scene during the show.The trees cu the big leaves, slightly painted cu opportune shadings, were din ASC1000S - Muselina Sceno lăţime 1.000 cm - Ignifugat.On the background, the scene is rear-illuminated cu the lumină albastră of a Fundal iluminta din spate din folie RTE - Temporale.
The same scene cu a different illumination.Trees și leaves were sewn on two big fundaluri din BIT - Tul Italiano negru, set one in front of the other to create two overlapped layers și to give depth to the scene.The wide mesh of the BIT - Tul Italiano și the culoare negru make the fundaluri almost transparent, creating the impression that trees și leaves have a their own structure și hold up by themselves.
The maquette of another scene, in which it is foreseen the use of a composite fundal din painted ASC1000S - Muselina Sceno lăţime 1.000 cm - Ignifugat (the rocks on the sides) și painted BGO - Tul Gobelin (the sky in the middle).In the background a rear-illuminated ecran din RTE - Temporale gives depth to the sky.To accent further the tridimensionalitate of the scene, in front of the composite fundal, on the sides, were put two scenes din ASC1000S - Muselina Sceno lăţime 1.000 cm - Ignifugat, you shaped on panels of compensated wood, painted always cu the motive of the rocks.As Montresors loved to do, the reflecting walls in which there are the entrances in the scene, were covered cu the QSP - Film Oglindă, while the floor of the stage is covered cu a mirroring rolled material.
The realization of scene showed in previos maquette.The fundaluri were painted by Paolino Libralato, irreplaceable collaborator of Montresor during the last decade of his life.
Another view of the same scene.
The previous scene is here completed by a central panel on which is represented, painted on ASC1000S - Muselina Sceno lăţime 1.000 cm - Ignifugat, a layer of diamonds.
And here is how the scene was made.The romantic opera in trei acte Die Feen (The fairies) by Richard Wagner was introduced to the public only in 1888, in München, five years after the death of the author.Wagner had nevertheless composed it fiftyfive years before, when, twenty-year old, it drew a his own book out of the dramatic fable The Snake Woman by Carlo Gozzi, taking as a musical model the romantic Zauberoper by Weber.
Great romantic opera in trei acte
Muzica
Richard Wagner (1813-1883)
Libret
Richard Wagner
from the dramatic fable The Snake Woman by Carlo Gozzi
Prima reprezentatie

Scenography,
costume design,
light design,
directia scenica
Pictura
Paolino Libralato
Directia tehnica
Massimo Teoldi

Staging
Teatro Lirico of Cagliari
Sezon
1998 / 1999

Video & Documentare

Paolino Libralato at work 1

Paolino Libralato at work 2

Vezi si...

Beni Montresor

Maestrii ai scenei

BGO - Tul Gobelin

Tul

BIT - Tul Italiano

Tul

QSP - Folie Oglindă

Materiale cu reflexii de oglindă

RTE - Temporale

Folii retroproiecție