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    Finally was able to pre-order der Jonas' new Puccini album ("Nessun Dorma") from Amazon yesterday. Should have it in my hands in about another two months.

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    Finally was able to pre-order der Jonas' new Puccini album ("Nessun Dorma") from Amazon yesterday. Should have it in my hands in about another two months.
    Beware Mauer: JPC.de announces different editions.
    Normal, De Luxe (with DVD) and Vinyl......

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    From the price, I'm assuming that what I've pre-ordered is the normal version. It's definitely in CD format rather than vinyl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MAuer View Post
    From the price, I'm assuming that what I've pre-ordered is the normal version. It's definitely in CD format rather than vinyl.
    I am also going for the CD version the De Luxe edition.

    This is the track listing

    Disc: 1
    1. Manon Lescaut, Atto I: "Donna non vidi mai"
    2. Manon Lescaut, Atto II: "Oh, sarò la più bella!... Tu, tu, amore? Tu?"
    3. Manon Lescaut, Atto II: "Ah! Manon mi tradisce"
    4. Manon Lescaut, Atto III:"Presto! In fila!... Non v'avvicinate! No, pazzo son!"
    5. Le Villi, Atto II: "Ei giunge!... Torna ai felici dì"
    6. Edgar, Atto II: "Orgia, chimera dall'occhio vitreo"
    7. La Bohème Atto I: "O soave fanciulla"
    8. Tosca, Atto I: "Recondita armonia"
    9. Madama Butterfly, Atto III: "Addio, fiorito asil"
    10. La Fanciulla del West, Atto II: "Una parola sola!... Or son sei mesi"
    11. La Fanciulla del West, Atto III: "Risparmiate lo scherno... Ch'ella mi creda libero"
    12. La Rondine, Atto I: "Parigi! È la città dei desideri"
    13. Il Tabarro: "Hai ben ragione"
    14. Gianni Schicchi: "Avete torto!... Firenze e come un albero fiorito"
    15. Turandot, Atto I: "Non piangere, Liù!"
    16. Turandot, Atto III: "Nessun dorma"
    Disc: 2
    1. The Making of: "Nessun Dorma - The Puccini Album"
    2. The Making of: "Nessun Dorma - The Puccini Album"
    3. The Making of: "Nessun Dorma - The Puccini Album"
    4. La Fanciulla del West: Atto I - "Quella ache tacete"
    5. La Fanciulla del West: Atto II - Duet: "Minnie, Minnie..."
    6. La Fanciulla del West: Atto II - "lo so, lo so..."
    7. Manon Lescaut: Atto I - "Donna non vidi mai"
    8. Manon Lescaut: Atto II Duet: "Oh, sarò la più bella!... Tu, tu,amore? Tu?"

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    Is the track listing for the vinyl the same as the first disc of the CD deluxe version?

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    Handel: Jephtha
    James Gilchrist (Jephtha), Susan Bickley (Storge), Sophie Bevan (Iphis), Robin Blaze (Hamor), Matthew Brook (Zebul) & Grace Davidson (Angel)
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    Vocal and instrumental. Hanns Eisler should be better known. He was a great composer, writer, and intellectual. He may have had a higher profile if he hadn't been demonized and deported by losers Nixon and McCarthy.



    http://www.brilliantclassics.com/art...isler-edition/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nekrotzar View Post
    Is the track listing for the vinyl the same as the first disc of the CD deluxe version?
    I presume that the only thing not on the vinyl are the parts : "making of" which are on the DVD, (De Luce edition)
    The Vinyl is a double album also , 180 grams

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    Part of today's secondhand store haul. A classic Schubert recital.


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    This arrived Monday and have been listening ever since:




    But then I found about about this phenomenal singer, who is unique in a way that reminds me of Callas' uniqueness, and so ordered this:

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    In the words of one Amazon reviewer, "French-canadian Huguette Tourangeau was for many somewhat of an acquired taste - she had a voice of great range and considerable agility and a highly individual timbre - she could at time sound like a true soprano and at others a true mezzo - and a rather daring disposition with the way she used her voice."
    Necessities of life: food, water, air, shelter, and opera.

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    Just ordered the new Brilliant box of 65 Handel CDs for $20.99 (in the US anyway).

    Track listing

    Contents and some clips
    Necessities of life: food, water, air, shelter, and opera.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Florestan View Post
    Just ordered the new Brilliant box of 65 Handel CDs for $20.99 (in the US anyway).

    Track listing

    Contents and some clips
    ?

    USD 20?!

    UK the prices is about GBP 80 to 120

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    Wow, that really is a bargain!

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    MAuer, this purchase was inspired by your recent purchase of an opera with Nylund and my recent watching of her in the Harnoncourt Fidelio. Your post inspired me to search for more Nylund and this CD was at a bargain price.



    CLIPS
    Necessities of life: food, water, air, shelter, and opera.

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    Hmmm . . . I have her recording of Strauss and Wagner arias, but not this Lieder album. Another addition to the "to buy" list.

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