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Toscanini - The Television Concerts 1948-1952 Folge 3 (Aida 1949)
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Giuseppe Verdi - Aida
Opera in four Acts (Concert performance)
Aida, Amneris's Ethiopian Slave - Herva Nelli
Amneris, Daughter of the King of Egypt - Eva Gustavson
Radames, Captain of the guard - Richard Tucker
Amonasro, King of Ethiopia - Giuseppe Valdengo
Ramfis, high priest - Norman Scott
Il re dell' Egitto, The King of Egypt - Denns Harbour
Un messaggero, a Messenger - Virginio Assandri
Una sacerdotessa, a Priestess - Teresa Stich-Randall
NBC Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Arturo Toscanini
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Yes, it is primitive pioneer TV of the 1940's, though no doubt upgraded as best the technicians could manage.
Yes, it is a concert not an opera performance.
Yes, there are no subtitles; puzzling that the company would not spring for the cost of them given the historic nature of the video.
Despite these, and other deficiencies which could be listed, this is a performance one must attend.
Toscanini draws from an outstanding group of orchestral players music to touch one to the core.
Robert Shaw's chorus, under the maestro's baton, sounds heavenly.
Richard Tucker, with decades ahead as a vital element in the best of what the Metropolitan Opera had to offer, shows what a trained and highly disciplined tenor can make of a showpiece role.
The other performers all hit the mark, though sometimes, I would guess, the victims of Studio H and technicians still learning the TV craft.
Yes, and at the center, one has an opportunity to see a top of the line conductor of Italian Opera, create in film, one of his historic performances.
Verdi may well have sounded as good many times, but he never sounded better.
To be able to view this performance as it was originally broadcast so many years ago is a rare treat. The artists are legendary and the sound is excellent for the time. I especially enjoyed watching Herva Nelli as Aida as she sang Ritorna Vincitor and Richard Tuckers' Celeste Aida.