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Maria Callas, Giuseppe Di Stefano, Tito Gobbi, Raffaele Arié, Valiano Natali, Anna Maria Canali, Gino Sarri
Chorus and Orchestra of the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, Tullio Serafin
Today, for a very modest price, all lovers of bel canto operas and their performance on record can listen and make their own judgement on what was, without doubt, a seminal recording of the genre.... — More…
Siri Karoline Thornhill (soprano), Marie-Sophie Pollak (soprano), Marie-Sande Papenmeyer (alto), Mark Adler (tenor), Martin Berner (bass) & Theona Gubba-Chkheidze (violin)
Simon Mayr Choir, Members of the Bavarian State Opera Chorus & Concerto de Bassus, Franz Hauk
The performances are capable, with solid singing and playing revealing the qualities of church music very much conceived in the Italian style of the day - that is, broadly operatic. — More…
Dimitra Theodossiou, Roberto De Biasio, Enrico Giuseppe Iori, Nidia Palacios, Luigi Albani, Giuseppe Di Paola & Mauro Corna
Orchestra and Chorus of the Bergamo Musica Festival Gaetano Donizetti, Tiziano Severini
Désirée Rancatore (Lucia), Roberto De Biasio (Sir Edgardo di Ravenswood), Luca Grassi (Lord Enrico Asthon), Enrico Giuseppe Iori (Raimondo Bidebent), Matteo Barca (Lord Arturo), Tiziana Falco (Alisa) & Vincenzo Maria Sarinelli (Normanno)
Orchestra and Chorus of the Bergamo Musica Festival...
This performance from the 2006 Bergamo Festival mixes the new critical edition of Donizetti's work with traditional cadenzas and transpositions — More…
Dimitra Theodossiou (Elisabetta), Andrew Schroeder (Duca di Nottingham), Federica Bragaglia (Sara), Massimiliano Pisapia (Roberto Devereux), Luigi Albani (Lord Cecil), Giorgio Valerio (Sir Gualtiero Raleigh)
Orchestra and Chorus of the Bergamo Musica Festival, Marcello Rota