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Luisa Miller

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Produktbeschreibungen

Giuseppe Verdi
Luisa Miller

Melodramma tragico in tre atti
Libretto: Salvatore Cammarano da
Kabale und Liebe van Friedrich Schiller

Il Conte di Walter: Bonaldo Giaotti
Rodolfo, suo figlio: Franco Bonisolli
Federica: Christa Ludwig
Wurm: Malcolm Smith
Miller: Giuseppe Taddei
Luisa: Lilian Sukis
Laura: Milkana Nikolva
Un Contadino: Horst Nitsche

Chor und Orchester der Wiener Staatsoper
Chorleitung: Norbert Balatsch
Condructor: Alberto Erede

Wien, Winer Staatsoper, January 23, 1974
(First Performance in Vienna)

Format: 2x CD, ADD
Label: Ponto
© Mitridate
Bestell-Nr./Catalog#: PO-1009
VÖ/Released: 2002
Land/Country: Czech-Republic
Interpret/Artist: Various
Komponist/Composer: Giuseppe Verdi
Titel/Title: Luisa Miller
EAN/UPC: 8717202250097

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5.0 von 5 Sternen ... give this a five-star recording alongside of the muscle better go and see Macneill clava recording this is that ... 3. September 2015
Von loren biagi - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I give this a five-star recording alongside of the muscle better go and see Macneill clava recording this is that five-star recording I repeat go for it you will enjoy it
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Poor Quality Sound 15. Januar 2015
Von Emmy - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The recording is very poor. Such a shame for such a beautiful and historic performance of this wonderful opera. I hope it can be remastered. The stellar cast deserves the finest sound possible to be heard for many years to come.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Three Stars 22. Februar 2015
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so so performance - volpi seen better days
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4.0 von 5 Sternen EXCITING BUT BE WARNED: HEAVY CUTS! 18. Februar 2015
Von Albert Innaurato - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I must explain my four stars. This is a very specialised sort of performance: it was broadcast by RAI in Italy in the "Verdi Year" of 1951. It was released on record on the Cetra label. Cetra LPs were variable, but, in general, expensive and the sound often overloaded. It was, however, the ONLY Luisa Miller available until the stereo recording with Anna Moffo on RCA Victor was released in 1965 or 14 years after this one. Then, Luisa was hardly ever performed; now it has come to be considered one of the most important and remarkable of Verdi's pre-Rigoletto operas -- in fact it was the opera written just before Rigoletto,. Though uneven in inspiration and locked into the Italian opera conventions of the period to a degree, it has one of the great last acts by Verdi and much of interest before then. This is a highly idiomatic performance, with much impressive singing and a full-throated emotional abandon. Mario Rossi was an important conductor and most of his documents are impressive; here his work is fluent and impassioned. However, one has to wonder at the incredibly heavy cutting. It gets to the point that the part of the Duchess (woe begotten Miti Truccato Pace, a famous name on the Cetra recordings) is reduced to just a few lines, and there are some disorienting leaps in continuity. It's possible that RAI gave Rossi a time limit and he just trimmed away accordingly. Even so, the cutting is extreme here though it was not uncommon to a degree in the period. However, what is performed is full of color and theatrical conviction. The American Lucy Kelston, one of a number of US singers who tried to have careers in Italy after The Second World War has an interesting, "tense" sounding voice, some florid skills and more important in the long run in this opera, genuine emotional force. Giacomo Lauri Volpi was a world star from the twenties into the early years of the Great Depression, after which he sang in Italy, Spain, and South America. He kept right on singing -- into his 80's! Unlike, Placido Domingo he did not prolong his career by becoming a baritone, he'd show off his high C at an age when even the effort would have killed most people. Here he is about 60 and sounds it. He still has a lot​​ of sound and a ringing top, but his voice has lost its earlier juice and resonance, he sometimes goes flat and he isn't ashamed to belt, though it's mighty belting. He should have made complete recordings in the forties and even late thirties, as did his famous rival Gigli, but he wanted too much money. But while this is not as sweet and easy an account of the role as he would have managed earlier, he has wonderful temperament and color, every word counts. And if not every sound is lovely, his long career gave him the skill to get through some very difficult music very well. There is also the wonderful baritone, Scipio Colombo, as the sore beset Miller. In our world, entirely without Verdi baritones, how someone this thrilling made only a secondary career is a great mystery -- even granting that he had impressive rivals back then. The two basses are fine but have to deal with heavy cuts. As usual with these RAI broadcasts some more rehearsals wouldn't have come amiss, although while a little rough and ready, the ensembles are lively. That last act is thrilling. Warner went back to original sources as much as possible and paid close attention to the result, which is excellent mono sound, There have been some other CD pressings of this performance but this is the best by a huge margin. The Moffo recording has a great cast, wonderful sound, is note complete although Rossi is a far better than the fast and glib Cleva. Many other recordings have been made since, featuring famous singers, most also note complete. But the vigor, intensity and sense of personal investment in this recording, is hard to find in studio polished efforts, and this is well worth looking into.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen One of the great live Verdi performances captured for posterity 6. Dezember 2014
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A triumph in every way --- and an argument can be made that true opera lovers will rank this as the most vibrant and alive of Luisas. Aside from the brilliance --- dare we say the perfection? -- of the celebrated stars Caballe, Pavarotti, Cappuccilli at the zenith of their vocal prime, all the secondary roles are well-cast, with the relatively lesser known Bruna Baglioni outstanding as Federica. Gavazzeni is authoritative (and at least equal to Maag in the Decca studio recording). Last, the sound for a live La Scala performance is superior. If you're planning to listen with the performing orchestral score in hand, of course, the detail will not be there.

For a frisson of being in the house with an audience alive from the start with the buzz and excitement of the occasion, this is a special momento indeed.
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