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Rossini: Il Turco in Italia
mpn: 028945892429, ean: 0028945892429,
4.9 out of 5 stars with 220 reviews
This Pirandello-like, 1814 comedy of manners has long lived in the shadow of Rossini's better-known L'Italiana in Algeri, but this recording, more than either of its predecessors, allows it to bloom in all its ironic loveliness. Cecilia Bartoli, a ...
The Irish Tenors / McNamara, McDermott, Kearns, Tynan
mpn: AManPro-0043693, ean: 0658926855220,
4.6 out of 5 stars with 231 reviews
Forty years after the Clancy Brothers found popularity singing traditional Irish folksongs to an American audience, along comes the Irish Tenors, the trio of John McDermott, Anthony Kearns, and Ronan Tynan. Backed by plenty of coverage on public te...
Bidu Sayao: La Damoiselle elue / Opera Arias
4.4 out of 5 stars with 102 reviews
Even if she wasn't game enough to wear a Columbia record in her hair (as pictured on the cover), Bidu Sayao had a voice that could make you forget Kathleen Battle. This Brazilian soubrette of the 1940s was as vocally lusterous and far more versatile...
4.4 out of 5 stars with 79 reviews
4.5 out of 5 stars with 47 reviews
Compared to Knappertsbusch's stodgy, lethargic Bayreuth Parsifals from the 50s, this 1964 performance, Knappertsbusch's last, is quite different. Textures have lightened, tempos are faster, and Wagner's long arcs soar instead of sag. These quali...
Wagner: Der Ring des Nibelungen (Milan, 1950)
4.5 out of 5 stars with 290 reviews
Wilhelm Furtwangler's only live opera house recording of the complete Ring is indispensable for serious Wagnerians. (A 1953 broadcast concert series from Rome had an inferior orchestra and lesser singers.) This 1950 La Scala Ring with the house band...
mpn: 724355630421, ean: 0724355630421,
4.2 out of 5 stars with 233 reviews
Maria Callas is at the top of her game, and still very much in her vocal prime. Her dramatic approach to "Tosca" is arguably even better captured in the live recordings from Covent Garden a decade later, but at that point her voice had lost some of i...
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