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Daniel Oren, Orchestra e Coro dell'Arena di Verona - Puccini: Madama Butterfly (2004)

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Daniel Oren, Orchestra e Coro dell'Arena di Verona - Puccini: Madama Butterfly (2004)

Daniel Oren, Orchestra e Coro dell'Arena di Verona - Puccini: Madama Butterfly (2004)
NTSC 16:9 (720x480) | Italiano | LinearPCM, 2 ch | Dolby AC3, 6 ch | DTS, 6 ch | 7.61 Gb (DVD9) | 142 min
Classical | TDK | Sub.: English, Deutsch, Francais, Espanol, Italiano

Giacomo Puccini’s Madama Butterfly – the composer’s selfproclaimed favourite work and certainly one of the most beloved operas in the repertoire – is brought to life at the world-famous Arena di Verona. This opulent production, directed by respected film and opera director Franco Zeffirelli, is sung by a cast of excellent singers. Fiorenza Cedolins is a sought after Butterfly singer and her Pinkerton is performed by the renowned tenor Marcello Giordani. The celebrated operatic baritone Juan Pons gives the principled United States consul Sharpless. The performance is lead by long-established Arena di Verona conductor Daniel Oren with all the splendour that a Puccini opera demands. The sum of all this is a gloriously sung musical experience.

Daniel Oren, Orchestra of the Arena di Verona - Puccini: Tosca (2005/1984)

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Daniel Oren, Orchestra of the Arena di Verona - Puccini: Tosca (2005/1984)

Daniel Oren, Orchestra of the Arena di Verona- Puccini: Tosca (2005/1984)
NTSC 4:3 (720x480) | Italiano (Dolby AC3, 2 ch) | 7.10 Gb (DVD9) | 124 min
Classical | Kultur | Sub.: English, Deutsch, Espanol, Francais, Italiano, Portugues, Japanese

Tosca is a story of lust and crime, originally written for Sarah Bernhardt by the French playwright, Victorien Sardou. Puccini’s genius lay in his remarkable ability to transform such a tale into an opera of the highest drama and passion. Tosca was central to Puccini’s career and revealed a new refinement and fluency in his work. Through Tosca, a drama of idealistic young love, Puccini was bidding farewell to young manhood, with melodic style and rousing passion.This production of one of Puccini’s best-loved works from the magnificent Roman amphitheatre in Verona features the outstanding performances of Eva Marton in the title role, with Ingvar Wixell as a superbly wicked Scarpia and Giacomo Aragall as the ill-fated Cavaradossi.