The Mozart Glyndebourne Collection

Arthaus Musik: 100973

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The Mozart Glyndebourne Collection

Catalogue No:

100973
(100 973)

Discs:

6

Release date:

28th Nov 2005

Barcode:

0807280097399

Medium:

DVD Video

Format:

NTSC

Region:

all

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The Mozart Glyndebourne Collection


Mozart:

Così fan tutte, K588

(1975)

Helena Dose (Fiordiligi), Sylvia Lindenstrand (Dorabella), Daniele Perriers (Despina), Anson Austin (Ferrando), Thomas Allen (Guglielmo), Frantz Petri (Don Alfonso)

John Pritchard

Don Giovanni, K527

(1977)

Benjamin Luxon (Don Giovanni), Stafford Dean (Leporello), Horiana Branisteanu (Donna Anna), Rachel Yakar (Donna Elvira), Leo Goeke (Don Ottavio), Elizabeth Gale (Zerlina)

Bernard Haitink

Die Entführung aus dem Serail, K384

(1980)

Ryland Davies (Belmonte), Valerie Masterson (Konstanze), Lillian Watson (Blonde), Willard White (Osmin), James Hoback (Pedrillo), Joachim Bissmeier (Pasha Selim)

Gustav Kuhn

Idomeneo, K366

(1974)

Richard Lewis (Idomeneo), Leo Goeke (Idamante), Bozena Betley (Ilia), Josephine Barstow (Elettra), Alexander Oliver (Arbace)

Bernard Haitink

Le nozze di Figaro, K492

(1973)

Knut Skram (Figaro), Ileana Cotrubas (Susanna), Kiri Te Kanawa (Countess Almaviva), Benjamin Luxon (Count Almaviva), Frederica von Stade (Cherubino), Marius Rintzler (Bartolo), Nucci Condo (Marcellina)

John Pritchard

Die Zauberflöte, K620

(1978)

Felicity Lott (Pamina), Leo Goeke (Tamino), Benjamin Luxon (Papageno), Thomas Thomaschke (Sarastro), May Sandoz (Queen of the Night)

Bernard Haitink


Recording Date: 1973
Running Time: more than 900 min
Picture Format: 4:3
Sound Format: PCM Stereo

Language: D, I
Menu Languages NTSC: D, F, GB, SP
Subtitle Languages NTSC: D, F, GB, I, SP

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Gramophone Magazine

“Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro captures Peter Hall’s delightful and wonderfully vivid production. Cast from strength, it is presided over with great sympathy by conductor John Pritchard”

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