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    Donizetti :Anna Bolena.
    Elena Souliotis/ Marilyn Horne / Nicolai Ghiaurov.
    Decca ( I believe no longer available)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adrian View Post
    Donizetti :Anna Bolena.
    Elena Souliotis/ Marilyn Horne / Nicolai Ghiaurov.
    Decca ( I believe no longer available)...
    I love this.

    I purchased a used copy described "as new" and it was like new. No scratches or any marking whatsoever on the disc or booklet. The booklet even had the purchase receipt from Tower Records, 1 Picadilly Circus, 02/01/98, £26.09!
    As opera fans we can be happy with the prices of CDs being so low these days.

    I just checked and Arkivmusic are still selling (though they say only 3 left in stock!) so any Souliotis/Anna Bolena fans can go purchase there
    http://www.arkivmusic.com/classical/...46&name_role=3

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    more Verdi for me this morning, this one without Elena

    Verdi: Nabucco
    Piero Cappuccilli (Nabucco), Plácido Domingo (Ismaele), Evgeny Nesterenko (Zaccaria), Ghena Dimitrova (Abigaille), Lucia Valentini Terrani (Fenena), Kurt Rydl (Gran Sacerdote), Volker Horn (Abdallo), Lucia Popp (Anna)
    Chorus & Orchestra of German Opera Berlin, Giuseppe Sinopoli
    1982

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    There are many great aspects of this production, not least Evgeny Nesterenko magnificent voice.

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    stayed with Nabucco

    Verdi: Nabucco
    Matteo Manuguerra (Nabucco), Renata Scotto (Abigaille), Veriano Lucchetti (Ismaele), Elena Obraztsova (Fenena), Nicolai Ghiaurov (Zaccaria), Robert Lloyd (Gran Sacerdote)
    Philharmonia Orchestra, Riccardo Muti 1978

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    also an excellent production with great cast.

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    continuing with Verdi with more Evgeny Nesterenko

    Verdi: Il Trovatore
    Plácido Domingo (Manrico), Rosalind Plowright (Leonora), Brigitte Fassbaender (Azucena), Giorgio Zancanaro (Luna), Evgeny Nesterenko (Ferrando)
    Coro e Orchestra dell'Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia, Carlo M. Giulini 1984

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    I like Rosalind Plowright's Leonora and... actually all.

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    Staying with Verdi and Domingo

    Verdi: Otello
    Plácido Domingo (Otello), Renata Scotto (Desdemona), Sherrill Milnes (Iago), Frank Little (Cassio), Paul Crook (Rodrigo), Paul Plishka (Lodovico), Malcolm King (Montano/Un Araldo), Jean Kraft (Emilia)
    National Philharmonic Orchestra, Ambrosian Opera Chorus, James Levine 1977

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    You made me go back to Verdi again Clayton.
    I started with this one: Verdi Un Ballo In Mascera
    Barstow./ Domingo/Nucci/Jo /Karajan

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    I like Sumi Soo. I saw her at Covent Garden twenty odd years ago. It was at night and she was singing Queen. Or something like that.
    Fantastic.

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    I too was at the ball yesterday (I thought funny, I didn't see Adrian but then that was probably because of the masks)

    Verdi: Un ballo in maschera
    Luciano Pavarotti (Riccardo), Margaret Price (Amelia), Renato Bruson (Renato), Christa Ludwig (Ulrica), Kathleen Battle (Oscar), Peter Weber (Silvano), Robert Lloyd (Samuele), Malcolm King (Tom), Alexander Oliver (Un giudice)
    National Philharmonic Orchestra, Georg Solti 1980

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    but this ball wasn't as exciting as

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    Verdi: Un ballo in maschera
    Gino Bechi (Renato), Maria Caniglia (Amelia), Beniamino Gigli (Riccardo), Elda Ribetti (Oscar), Fedora Barbieri (Ulrica), Tancredi Pasero (Samuele), Nicola Niccolini (Silvano)
    Rome Opera Orchestra and Chorus, Tullio Serafin 1943

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    Concert version of Vivaldi's la Fida Ninfa with María Espada, Roberta Invernizzi, Romina Basso, Franziska Gottwald, Topi Lehtipuu, Carlos Mena, Ismael Arróniz and Luca Tittolo; Lacetra conducted by Andrea Marcon.



    Natalie

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soave_Fanciulla View Post
    Concert version of Vivaldi's la Fida Ninfa with María Espada, Roberta Invernizzi, Romina Basso, Franziska Gottwald, Topi Lehtipuu, Carlos Mena, Ismael Arróniz and Luca Tittolo; Lacetra conducted by Andrea Marcon.



    Nice to see that someone, all the way from (way, way) down under takes notice of things happening in my country.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adrian View Post
    Nice to see that someone, all the way from (way, way) down under takes notice of things happening in my country.
    Not called New Zealand for nothing, you know!
    Natalie

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    Verdi: Un ballo in maschera
    Plácido Domingo (Riccardo), Katia Ricciarelli (Amelia), Renato Bruson (Renato), Elena Obraztsova (Ulrica), Edita Gruberova (Oscar), Ruggero Raimondi (Samuele), Luigi De Corato (Silvano), Giovanni Foiani (Tom), Antonio Savastano (Un giudice)
    Coro e Orchestra del Teatro alla Scala, Claudio Abbado
    1980

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    my favourite ball

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