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    Senior Member Involved Member Nervous Gentleman's Avatar
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    Giuseppe Verdi - Otello (1930)

    Produced by John Iragi
    Trans-Panamic Film Corporation

    Manuel Salazar
    Lelane Rivera


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    Quote Originally Posted by Schigolch View Post
    Genoveva - Robert Schumann
    I have the DVD. Singing and performance was alright. Staging was trash.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HarpsichordConcerto View Post
    I have the DVD. Singing and performance was alright. Staging was trash.
    Ha ha. That's what I like about you: never one to mince words.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Nervous Gentleman View Post
    Ha ha. That's what I like about you: never one to mince words.

    Thanks, I guess. Why should we not? We spent money to acquire it. We expected standards. That production was of a bunch of strange looking folks in an unwashed public toilet (which you most likely would not use for your relief even if you were urgent). Fine if we have multiple versions of Genoveva available. But at the moment, that is the only version available on DVD/Blu-ray out of a limited number on any medium.

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    Richard Strauss's Intermezzo, from Munich (1963):


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    Umberto Giordano's Fedora.

    Renata Tebaldi: Fedora Romazov
    Giuseppe Di Stefano: Loris Ipanov
    Mario Sereni: De Siriex
    Sofia Mizzetti: Olga Sukarov

    Coro e Orchestra del teatro San Carlo di Napoli
    dir. Arturo Basile


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    Amadeo Vives's Doña Francisquita. With Alfredo Kraus and Enedina Lloris, singing from Barcelona's Liceu, in 1988:


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    Goyescas (1915) - Enrique Granados:



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    Of course we all know Puccini's La Bohème, and some are also fond of Leoncavallo's, but based on the same novel by Henri Murger there is also a zarzuela, under the title of "Bohemios", written by Amadeo Vives, and premiered in Madrid, the year 1904:


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    Thanks Schigolch, The uploader has a some other complete zarzuelas so I'm very happy!
    Natalie

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    Thanks to you very much, Schigolch, for the three last links. You know, I like zarzuela very much. Although Moreno's productions aren't between my favorites, really

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    They were very weak, yes.

    But, then again, nodody's perfect.

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    Werner Egk - Peer Gynt (1938):


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    Antonio Smareglia - Nozze Istriane (1895):


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    Rossini - Il Barbiere di Siviglia

    Rosina - Joyce DiDonato
    Count Almaviva - Juan Diego Flórez
    Figaro - Peter Mattei
    Dr. Bartolo - John del Carlo
    Don Basilio - John Relyea
    Conductor - Maurizio Benini

    Part 1


    Part 2
    Be wewy wewy quiet. I'm listening to opewa....

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