Eloquence - up to 35% off
In celebration of their twentieth anniversary later this year, we're offering up to 35% off all Eloquence CDs until 25th March 2019 (please note that discounts do not apply to downloads).
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Graham Clark (Matt), Stafford Dean (Lockit), John Gibbs (Jemmy Twitcher), Michael Hordern (The Player), Kiri Te Kanawa (Polly Peachum), Angela Lansbury (Mrs. Peachum), Alfred Marks (The Jailer & Mr. Peachum), Warren Mitchell (The Beggar & The Drawer), James Morris (Macheath), Ann Murray (Jenny...
Sung in English
John Brecknock, Francis Egerton, Graeme Ewer, John Fryatt, Werner Krenn, Valerie Masterson, Regina Resnik, Joan Sutherland
National Philharmonic Orchestra, The Ambrosian Singers, Richard Bonynge
Fernando Corena (Falstaff), Renato Capechi (Ford), Ilva Ligabue (Alice Ford), Lydia Marimpietri (Nanetta), Fernanda Cadoni (Meg Page), Regina Resnik (Mistress Quickly), Luigi Alva (Fenton), Robert Bowman (Bardolph), Michael Langdon (Pistol), Fernando Corena (bass)
New Symphony Orchestra of...
Corena is an admirable Falstaff, vocally and dramatically, and he misses little or nothing of Verdi’s superb musical characterization of the part. Capecchi is equally good as Ford […] Lydia Marimpietri... — More…
Elisabeth Söderström (soprano), Regina Resnik (mezzo-soprano), Jon Vickers (tenor) & David Ward (bass)
London Bach Choir, London Symphony Orchestra, Wiener Philharmoniker, Pierre Monteux
the sound is excellent […] the finale has beautifully light pointing and delicate playing from the Vienna Philharmonic — More…
Theodor Kirschbichler (bass), Peter Klein (tenor), Ernst Kozub (tenor), Tom Krause (baritone), Arnold van Mill (bass), Birgit Nilsson (soprano), Regina Resnik (mezzo-soprano), Fritz Uhl (tenor)
Wiener Philharmoniker, Sir Georg Solti
Nilsson's gleaming voice was in its prime in 1960 and she sings Isolde with tireless concentration and an appreciable feeling for the various aspects of the part-frustration and revenge in Act... — More…