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Giuseppe Verdi, Orchestra And Chorus Of The Berlin State Opera Conductor H Steinkopf - La Traviata FLAC album


Performer: Giuseppe Verdi
Genre: Classical music
Title: La Traviata
Released: 1967
Style: Opera
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Giuseppe Verdi, Orchestra And Chorus Of The Berlin State Opera Conductor H Steinkopf ‎– Cebotari, Roswaenge, Schlusnus In Highlights From La Traviatala Traviata. ーベル: Urania Records (3) ‎– URLP 7011. ォーマット: Vinyl, LP, Album, Mono. Matrix, Runout (Side 1): XTV 15113 1A.

This album has an average beat per minute of 108 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 75/178 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist La traviata (Metropolitan Opera Chorus and Orchestra feat. conductor: Richard Bonynge). Album starts at 124BPM, ends at 127BPM (+3), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Giuseppe Verdi. A portrait in live and studio recordings from 1959-1962.

La traviata by Giuseppe Verdi. Premiere, date of written: 6 March 1853. The first performance of the opera was on 6 March 1853 at the La Fenice opera house in Venice. Carlo Maria Giulini La Scala orchestra and chorus, Milan. EMI Classics Cat: 66450. Violetta - Anna Moffo, Alfredo - Richard Tucker, Germont - Robert Merrill. Fernando Previtali Rome Opera orchestra and chorus. RCA Victor Cat: 68885. Violetta - Ileana Cotrubaş, Alfredo - Plácido Domingo, Germont - Sherrill Milnes. Carlos Kleiber Bavarian State Opera orchestra and chorus. Deutsche Grammophon Cat: 415132. Violetta - Joan Sutherland, Alfredo - Luciano Pavarotti, Germont - Matteo Manuguerra. Richard Bonynge National Philharmonic Orchestra and London Opera Chorus.

La traviata (Italian:, The Fallen Woman) is an opera in three acts by Giuseppe Verdi set to an Italian libretto by Francesco Maria Piave. It is based on La Dame aux camélias (1852), a play adapted from the novel by Alexandre Dumas fils. The opera was originally titled Violetta, after the main character. It was first performed on 6 March 1853 at the La Fenice opera house in Venice.

Performer: Giuseppe Verdi, Orchestra e coro del Teatro alla Scala, Carlo Maria Giulini, Maria Callas, Giuseppe di Stefano, et al. Audio CD (March 17, 1998). By the time of this recording in 1953, Callas’ Traviata had already been the talk of the opera world. After her sensational debut as Violetta in Florence in January 1951, as Franco Zeffirelli recalled, the audience went mad. Later that year, Tito Gobbi recalled the Sao Paolo performance as electrifyingly brilliant and magical. In Parma in December, the great soprano Elizabeth Schwarzkopf went backstage to congratulate Callas and tell her that there was no point in her (Schwarzkopf) singing the role again  . Sometimes the chorus may as well have been in another state. Published on November 1, 2007.

La traviata: La traviata, opera in three acts by Italian composer Giuseppe Verdi (libretto in Italian by Francesco Maria Piave) that premiered in Venice at La Fenice opera house on March 6, 1853. The opera features some of the most challenging and revered music in the entire soprano repertoire; the aria Sempre libera at the end of Act I is especially well known. Background and context. Dumas, in his novel of 1848 and the play based on it, recalls an actual lady of pleasure (the scandalous Marie Duplessis) whom he had known and adored. Like Violetta in the opera, Duplessis had conquered Parisian society with her wit, charm, and beauty, but her reign was a brief one-she died of tuberculosis in 1847 at age 23.

Opera Giuseppe Verdi. Palais Garnier - from 09 September to 16 October 2019. 3h05 with 2 intervals. This is not the least radical aspect of his Traviata, which implacably strips bare the violence of a society that promotes worldly pleasures only to sacrifice an innocent woman on the altar of bourgeois morality. Simon Stone delights in grappling with the major works Simon Stone delights in grappling with the major works of the repertoire, enticing them into more intimate territory. One of today’s most distinguished stage directors, he now makes his long-awaited debut at the Paris Opera. Whether you’re a member of Arop or not, the friends of the Opera can reserve seats for you on all performance dates, including those not yet open for sale and those announced as sold out. Find out more.

Di quella pira, Berlin State Opera Orchestra and Chorus, Bruno Seidler-Winkler, Helge Roswaenge, Михаил Иванович Глинка - A Life for the Tsar: Brothers, follow me, Adam, Adolphe Adam, Berlin State Opera Orchestra and Chorus, Bruno Seidler-Winkler, Helge Roswaenge - Le Postillon De Lonjumeau: Mes amis, ecoutez & more Di quella pira 04:16. Михаил Иванович Глинка, Helge Roswaenge, Bruno Seidler-Winkler, Berlin State Opera Orchestra and Chorus - A Life for the Tsar: Brothers, follow me 04:39. Adam, Adolphe Adam, Helge Roswaenge, Bruno Seidler-Winkler, Berlin State Opera Orchestra and Chorus - Le Postillon De Lonjumeau: Mes amis, ecoutez 03:01. All songs from Prima Voce: Roswaenge - Opera Arias.

Richard Bonynge leads the National Philharmonic Orchestra and the London Opera Chorus in a spirited, traditional take on the score, one of the relatively few recordings of the opera that is absolutely complete. The sound is superb and clear, clean, and present. Track Listing - Disc 1. Title/Composer. Richard Bonynge, Joan Sutherland. 2. Atto I: Dell'invito trascorsa. 3. Atto I: Brindisi: Libiamo, ne' lieti calici.

Tracklist

La Traviata - Highlights
А1 Brindisi: Libiamo Ne Liete Calici (Act 1)
A2 Che A Cio (Waltz) Un Di Felice Eterea (Act 1)
A3 Recit: E Strano, Aria: Ah Fors E Lui (Act 1)
A4 De' Miei Bollenti Spiriti (Act 2)
B1 Pura Siccome Un Angelo (Act 2)
B2 Letter Scene (Act 2)
B3 Invitata A Qui Seguirmi (Act 2)
B4 Signora, Che T'Accadde......Parigi O Cara

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Saga Records Ltd.
  • Printed By – St. James Press

Credits

  • Baritone Vocals – Heinrich Schlusnus
  • Soprano Vocals – Maria Cebotari
  • Tenor Vocals – Helge Roswaenge

Notes

℗ 1964