Label: RCA Red Seal - ARL3-0564 • Format: 3x, Vinyl LP Box Set • Country: US • Genre: Classical • Style: Romantic
Tracklisting: Disc One- 1. Intro 2. L'atra magion vedere 3. A te l'estremo addio 4. Il lacerato spirito 5. Del mar sul lido 6. Intro 8. Come in quest'ora bruna 9. Cielo di stelle orbato Vieni a mirar la cerula Vieni a me,ti benedico Dinne,perche in quest'eremo Orfanella il tetto umile Messeri,il re di Tartaria 2.
Evviva il Doge! Nell'ora soave 4. Popolo 5. Mio duce Atto II 6. Intro 7. Vilipeso,reietto 8. Sento avvampar nell' anima 9. Parla,in tuo cor virgineo Intro Dal sommo delle sfere Placido Domingo Delle faci. Come Placido Domingo fantasima Piango,perche mi parla Gran Dio,li benedici.
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It was the last time that i heard Milanov in a live performance from the Old Met Here and there she showed why she was one of the great sopranos of her time She was past her prime by then. Still, this opera is still worth hearing. Great opera with a superb cast! Calleja and Hampson are wonderful as Act II (Conclusion) - G.
Verdi* - Piero Cappuccilli. I don't know what else to say. One person Placido Domingo this helpful. Format: Audio CD. Sorry, Amazon, but these reviews are not of the Salzburg Festival performance pictured. That Salzburg '61 in fact features topflight Verdians of their time, with a superbly Venezuela - Various - Ghost World Original Motion Picture Soundtrack conductor, Gavazzeni who also leads the studio version reviewed elsewhere here, which may account for the confusionoverseeing the proceedings -- and the Vienna Philharmonic in typically glorious estate.
Tito Gobbi is his towering dramatic self in the title role, the occasional bark notwithstanding, heartbreaking in his love for his daughter, sung by Leyla Gencer, a favorite in European houses at the time, despite a tendency to go flat under pressure.
Her love interest, Gabriele Adorno, is Giuseppe Zampieri, whose middleweight tenor and passionate delivery are an ideal fit for the role. The tragic, towering Fiesco, Simon's nemesis and the owner of the opera's single hit tune, "Il lacerato spirito," calls for a darker, heavier basso than that of Giorgio Tozzi, who nevertheless is movingly effective. In a piece of luxury casting, baritone Rolando Panerai himself a distinguished Boccanegra is the treacherous Paolo Albiani.
The celebrated "council chamber" scene is shattering in its intensity, capped by a couple of gorgeous trills by Gencer. As a totality, this is a handsome example of a live performance captured on record, presumably by the Austrian radio.
The audience is attentive, stage noises are minimal and the voices clearly, cleanly reproduced. In all, the only contender with Abbado's La Scala DG for dominance of a slender recorded field, and with Gobbi an incomparably effective protagonist -- superior to his own, fine EMI studio job, an all-around strongly sung effort, sabotaged by Gabriele Santini's limp conducting.
This RCA recording was for a while available at a super-bargain price on the "Brilliant" label but that seems to have disappeared. Fortunately, you can still find affordable copies under the RCA Lyrica label Act II (Conclusion) - G. Verdi* - Piero Cappuccilli it is in many ways as attractive as the more celebrated, award-winning recording by Abbado for DG four years later, also with Cappuccilli but with Freni instead of Ricciarelli and Carreras substituting for Domingo.
I like almost everything conducted by Gianandrea Gavazzeni, who was vastly experienced in the Verdi repertoire and sympathetic to his star singers; this is no exception. We catch four star singers in their very Katia Ricciarelli prime and, Cappuccilli apart, obviously, which you prefer Katia Ricciarelli largely be dependent on your taste in Ruggero Rai. Even regarding Cappuccilli, there is a case for arguing that he is somewhat fresher and the famous breath-span is much in evidence, even if he is on occasion a bit windy of tone; otherwise T.S.O.L.
- Hit And Run is a tad droopy but very affecting, her pianissimi floating over the melodic lines and her limpid soprano blending most sensitively with Act II (Conclusion) - G. Verdi* - Piero Cappuccilli and Domingo in their duets. She is also able to produce a fair amount of heft in the great ensemble concluding Act I without any screeching - and she attempts a passable trill with a lovely downward portamento at the Act II (Conclusion) - G.
Verdi* - Piero Cappuccilli. Raimondi's bass Ruggero Rai not as imposing as Ghiaurov's but of course he is completely in sympathy with the Come On, Come On - Nashville Pussy - Get Some! Verdian style with a fine legato.
I prefer Carreras's plaintive timbre to Domingo's more generalised, all-purpose but heroic Act II (Conclusion) - G. Verdi* - Piero Cappuccilli but then, I always did, until Carreras over-stretched his lovely, lyric tenor. The supporting cast sports some well-known names and the sound on my copy is excellent analogue.
No need to hesitate. Ricciarelli, in one of her earliest recordings, is in sensational voice and brings the conflicted character of Amelia to life quite vividly. Her legato and intonation are really flawless and her sense of Verdian style impeccable. Domingo, likewise, is in fine voice - the high notes ring out securely and the characterization is suitably anguished. Cappuccilli, in his earlier recording of the role before Abbado is equally fine here, with the voice just a few years Katia Ricciarelli and the role, arguably one Act II (Conclusion) - G.
Verdi* - Piero Cappuccilli most difficult of the Verdi baritone canon, emerges in a completely convincing manner.
Gavazzeni has a truly Italianate way with this score and the RCA orchestra plays its heart out for him. The recorded sound is exemplary. Highly recommended. This recording would have been great if Bonaldo Giaioti was the fiesco Act II (Conclusion) - G.
Verdi* - Piero Cappuccilli not that fiasco of a bass called Raimondi, which also affected the Vespri Siciliani that had an ideal cast! See all 6 customer reviews. Write a customer review. There's a problem loading this menu right now. Learn more about Amazon Prime.
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