Notes & Reviews:
The Biblical story of David and Bathsheba has a lot of present-day relevance. In this story, individual emotions interact with political actions and their consequences. From the opening bars, Kleiberg's music establishes a very particular orchestral and harmonic color, one effect of which is to 'place' the events beyond our reach.
American Record Guide, March / April 2013
The soundstage is so big, and the atmosphere is so clear! Scarcely have I heard an orchestra sound so sumptuous and true-to-life - to the music. Kleiberg is a skillful composer, and he uses the instruments expertly. This music is worth your attention. The musicians are all terrific; flute, vibraphone, and celeste are prominent and the soloists are superb.
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Works DetailsStåle Kleiberg (1958 - ) : David and Bathsheba, opera
- Conductor: Tönu Kaljuste
- Ensemble: Trondheim Symphony Orchestra
- Running Time: 3 min. 6 sec.
- Period Time: Contemporary
- Form: Opera/Operetta