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    Quote Originally Posted by MAuer View Post
    This made me curious, so I checked Google. According to Wikipedia, he's no longer pursuing an active singing career -- at least not in opera -- but appears to be involved in festival organization and management, as well as the antiques business. He certainly had (has?) a lovely voice.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luca_Canonici
    Thanks MAuer, beneath the program from 1996.
    I found the Don Pasquale on my shelf's ) with Hendricks and Bacquier also


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    Quote Originally Posted by Nekrotzar View Post
    Now is the time to listen to Bellini. I've never heard anything by Bellini before. Ever. This is completely new to me. Currently I am reading about the opera as well to get an idea of the plot, Bellini's style and other things.

    To keep a perspective: try different recordings, this is the most strange recording of that opera you come across.
    If you want ot stay away from the "Big " Norma's try Scotto and Troyanos.

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    more L. Albanese for me today. After this one I hope I'll finally finish Anna Bollena wit Callas (live recording as well)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adrian View Post
    To keep a perspective: try different recordings, this is the most strange recording of that opera you come across.
    If you want ot stay away from the "Big " Norma's try Scotto and Troyanos.
    Now I have to agree. Ceci can be almost anything, really, but she's no Norma.

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    U. Giordano, Fedora, yet another live recording with amazing Licia Albanese, Enrico di Giuseppe, Mel Rosen. The quality of this recording is horrible lol it was recorded in St. Louis back in 1961

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adrian View Post
    To keep a perspective: try different recordings, this is the most strange recording of that opera you come across.
    If you want ot stay away from the "Big " Norma's try Scotto and Troyanos.
    Thanks for the advice. Upon my first listening I found this to be extremely expressive and exciting. I was just listening on spotify and that was the first one to come up. I'll read a few reviews of this and other recordings.....
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    Again inspired,



    Although Callas remains my favourite Norma, I believe the best ~all-around~ recording is the Callas-Domingo-Cossotto one: nice clear sound, nice orchestra under Cillario and everybody is great.

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    Sunday morning music:



    First ever listen, I will do the research on this opera a little later. For now, I'm being blown away by all those near-impossible arias Vivaldi always manages to come up with.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nekrotzar View Post
    Thanks for the advice. Upon my first listening I found this to be extremely expressive and exciting. I was just listening on spotify and that was the first one to come up. I'll read a few reviews of this and other recordings.....
    I actually prefer this version - it makes sense to have the more mature Norma as a mezzo and Adalgisa as a soprano, and I believe this recording makes a case that this is returning to the original vocal casting. Also I like the idea of the Pollione being sung by a lighter Rossini tenor rather than some strutting late Verdi type (yes del Monaco, I'm thinking of you).

    But then, I don't like Norma all that much anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nekrotzar View Post
    Sunday morning music:



    First ever listen, I will do the research on this opera a little later. For now, I'm being blown away by all those near-impossible arias Vivaldi always manages to come up with.
    Best. Vivaldi. Album. Ever.
    Natalie

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    As I usually say when I recommend Vivaldi to someone: NEVER A DULL MOMENT!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Festat View Post
    Again inspired,



    Although Callas remains my favourite Norma, I believe the best ~all-around~ recording is the Callas-Domingo-Cossotto one: nice clear sound, nice orchestra under Cillario and everybody is great.
    try Norma with Joan Sutherland. For me she is the Norma

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    Just finished Callas' Anna Bolena, now this one, which I like very much:
    Necessities of life: food, water, air, shelter, and opera.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Festat View Post
    I believe the best ~all-around~ recording is the Callas-Domingo-Cossotto one
    That was supposed to be Caballé-Domingo-Cossotto, not Callas. I don't know what I'm writing anymore. :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by DasNino View Post
    try Norma with Joan Sutherland. For me she is the Norma
    I am unable to fully appreciate Sutherland because I can't understand a word she sings and it really bothers me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Festat View Post
    I am unable to fully appreciate Sutherland because I can't understand a word she sings and it really bothers me.
    Also I don't like the timbre of her voice. It makes my teeth itch.
    Natalie

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