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Bruno Campanella, Orchestre et Choers de l'Opera National de Paris - Rossini: Il Barbiere di Siviglia (2006/2002)

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Bruno Campanella, Orchestre et Choers de l'Opera National de Paris - Rossini: Il Barbiere di Siviglia (2006/2002)

Bruno Campanella, Orchestre et Choers de l'Opéra National de Paris - Rossini: Il Barbiere di Siviglia (2006/2002)
NTSC 16:9 (720x480) | Italiano | LinearPCM, 2 ch | Dolby AC3, 6 ch | 7.77 Gb (DVD9) | 152 min
Classical | TDK | Sub.: English, Deutsch, Francais, Espanol, Italiano
This production of Rossinis Il Barbiere di Siviglia, staged by Coline Serreau, was presented at the Opera Bastille for the first time in 2002. It was the successful film directors second opera project. The international cast features one of the leading lyric mezzos working in the Rossini repertoire American Joyce DiDonato sings Rosina. German-Italian star tenor Roberto Saccà takes the role of her seducer, Count Almaviva and Czech baritone Dalibor Jenis, currently one of the best Figaros available, completes the leading trio. Delicate Spanish bass baritone Carlos Chausson playing Bartolo, Rosinas guardian, and Icelandic bass Kristinn Sigmundsson as the curious music teacher Basilio provide suitable buffo material for the operas various comic scenes.

Bruno Campanella, Orchestre et Choers de l'Opéra National de Paris - Rossini: L'Italiana in Algeri (2007/1998)

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Bruno Campanella, Orchestre et Choers de l'Opéra National de Paris - Rossini: L'Italiana in Algeri (2007/1998)

Bruno Campanella, Orchestre et Choers de l'Opéra National de Paris - Rossini: L'Italiana in Algeri (2007/1998)
NTSC 16:9 (720x480) | Italiano | LinearPCM, 2 ch | Dolby AC3, 6 ch | 7.83 Gb (DVD9) | 148 min
Classical | TDK | Sub.: English, Deutsch, Francais, Espanol, Italiano, Japanese

TDK presents a production of Rossinis LItaliana in Algeri by renowned opera stage director Andrei Serban and conducted by Bruno Campanella from the prestigious Opéra National de Paris. The excellent cast of singer-actors was led by international mezzo- star Jennifer Larmore who, with her unaffected contact with the audience, beautiful voice and excellent acting, is central to this staging. The American singer has acquired a reputation as a Rossini specialist, and is no stranger to inventive stagings of the composers comedies. However, the work may be named after the Italian girl, but her adversary Mustafà is just as dominant, and this production has one of the leading exponents of this gleeful role, the buffo bass Simone Alaimo.

Bruno Campanella, Houston Symphony, Cecilia Bartoli - Rossini: La Cenerentola (1996)

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Bruno Campanella, Houston Symphony, Cecilia Bartoli - Rossini: La Cenerentola (1996)

Bruno Campanella, Houston Symphony, Cecilia Bartoli - Rossini: La Cenerentola (1996)
NTSC 16:9 (720x480) VBR | Italiano (LinearPCM, 2 ch) | (Dolby AC3, 6 ch) | 7.48 Gb (DVD9) | 164 min
Classical | DECCA | Sub: English, Francais, Deutsch, Espanol, Chinese

Cecilia Bartoli both thrills the senses and touches the heart in Rossini's sparkling comedy, her feisty Cinderella combining rebelliousness with pathos, vocal beauty with stunning virtuosity. She and a star cast of Italian principals captivate the Houston audience in this exuberant Bologna production, recorded live in November 1995.

Bruno Campanella, Choeurs & Orchestre du Theatre National de l'Opera de Paris- Donizetti: La Fille du Regiment (2002)

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Bruno Campanella, Choeurs & Orchestre du Theatre National de l'Opera de Paris- Donizetti: La Fille du Regiment (2002)

Bruno Campanella, Choeurs & Orchestre du Théâtre National de l'Opera de Paris, June Anderson, Alfredo Kraus - Donizetti: La Fille du Régiment (2002)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue & Log) ~ 488 Mb | Total time: 68:49+42:05 | Scans included
Classical | Label: EMI | # 724357526029 | Recorded: 1986

La fille du régiment (The Daughter of the Regiment) is an opéra comique in two acts by Gaetano Donizetti, set to a French libretto by Jules-Henri Vernoy de Saint-Georges and Jean-François Bayard. It was first performed on 11 February 1840 by the Paris Opéra-Comique at the Salle de la Bourse.