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    Diana Damrau (soprano)

    Orchestre et Choeur de l'Opéra National de Lyon, Emmanuel Villaume

    Diana Damrau tackles with pretty consistent success all the vocal difficulties Meyerbeer threw at his heroines - and some of his mature works were written for the leading singers of the day.... More…

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  • Limited edition casebound deluxe

    Diana Damrau (soprano)

    Orchestre et Choeur de l'Opéra National de Lyon, Emmanuel Villaume

    Diana Damrau tackles with pretty consistent success all the vocal difficulties Meyerbeer threw at his heroines - and some of his mature works were written for the leading singers of the day.... More…

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  • Laurent Naouri (baritone), Frédéric Loiseau (guitar)

    If, like me, you’re a fan of Naouri’s handsome, imposing portraits of operatic villains, the soft-focus delights of this beautifully intimate recital of French song might take you a little by... More…

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  • Artists include Sir Roger Norrington, Sir Adrian Boult, André Previn, Louis Frémaux, Jean Martinon, Leonard Bernstein, Michel Plasson, Louis Langrée, John Eliot Gardiner, Sir John Barbirolli, Charles Dutoit, John Nelson, André Cluytens

    Yes, all of Berlioz, including classic and historical recordings, rarities and rediscoveries, from a huge range of performers. The opening track is a breath of fresh air, the Francs-Juges overture... More…

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    27 CDs

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  • Amel Brahim-Djelloul, Patricia Petibon, Marion Tassou, Pauline Sabatier, Rémy Mathieu, Philippe Talbot, Guillaume Andrieux, Laurent Naouri, Orchestre National de Cannes

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  • 2 CDs

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  • Dame Felicity Lott (Hélène), Yann Beuron (Paris), Michel Sénéchal (Ménélas), Laurent Naouri (Agamemnon), François Le Roux (Calchas), Eric Huchet (Achille), Marie-Ange Todorovitch (Oreste)

    Les Musiciens du Louvre - Grenoble, Choeur des Musiciens du Louvre, Marc Minkowski

    The wit sparkles, the one-liners are beautifully timed and delivered, and there's none of the 'big opera star does laboured comic turn' heaviness you sometimes hear in this kind of production...Beuron... More…

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  • 2 CDs

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  • Gregory Kunde (Benvenuto Cellini), Patrizia Ciofi (Teresa), Joyce DiDonato (Ascanio), Jean-Francois Lapointe (Fieramosca), Laurent Naouri (Balducci), Renaud Delaigue (Le Pape), Eeic Salha (Francesco)

    Orchestre National De France/Choeur De Radio France, John Nelson

    Thanks to to Hugh Macdonald's brilliant work for the New Berlioz Edition the 1838 Paris Opéra version of Benvenuto Cellini is once again performable; this adds almost half an hour's music to... More…

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