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Verdi (1813-1901) - I Masnadieri : Lavia, Luisotti / Teatro San Carlo, Prestia, Machado, Rucinski, etc (2012 Stereo) - Import Blu-ray Disc

Verdi (1813-1901) - I Masnadieri : Lavia, Luisotti / Teatro San Carlo, Prestia, Machado, Rucinski, etc (2012 Stereo) - Import Blu-ray Disc

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Opera

March 23, 2013

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Catalog No.:722304

JAN/ISBN: 814337012236

Number of Discs: 1

Region: free

Country/Region of Manufacture: Import

Color: Colour

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Verdi (1813-1901)

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Verdi's "The Robbers", first video! Performances in Naples conducted by Luisotti with Japanese subtitles! Verdi's "The Robbers" was first performed in London on July 22, 1847. It is an operatic adaptation of "Die Rauber", the first novel by the German writer Friedrich von Schiller, which caused a sensation. Although the premiere was a success, partly because Jenny Lind, praised as the Swedish Night-Warbler, sang the heroine, the opera has since become a rarity among all Verdi operas. It is generally agreed that the fault lies in the failure to adapt the original work, a masterpiece, into an opera libretto, and that Verdi's music is very rich and full, just a few years before "Rigoletto". The recording here is a live recording of the March 2012 performance at the Teatro San Carlo in Naples. This is the first time that a video of "La gruppo" has been made commercially available.Carlo Achilles Machado is a tenor from Venezuela, 1973. His sweetly beautiful voice made him a popular tenor at a young age, and he has added dignity to it in recent years. His father Massimiliano is Giacomo Prestia, a veteran Italian bass. He makes his presence felt with his profound singing. Amalia's Lucrecia Garcia is a Venezuelan soprano. She has a full and smooth voice, and has emerged as a Verdi soprano in recent years. Francesco Artur Luchinski is a baritone born in Warsaw, Poland in 1976. He is already quite active in Poland and Germany, and in recent years he has become increasingly popular in Italy as well. The conductor is Nicola Luisotti, a well-known conductor in Japan, who has been the music director of the San Francisco Opera since 2009, and has also been the music director of the Teatro San Carlo in Naples since 2012.Luisotti-esque performances of Italian opera at its best complement Verdi in the 1840s. The production by Gabriele Lavia, a leading figure in Italian theater, respects the spirit of Schiller's original story of a frustrated young man who turns to evil to slay a corrupt society, and tells the modern story of Carlo leading a gang of black-clad men. When the script is weak, this kind of setting works well. It is nice to be able to enjoy this rarely performed work with clear images and Japanese subtitles. King International

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