Glyndebourne Diamonds

Arthaus Musik: 101109

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Glyndebourne Diamonds

Catalogue No:

101109
(101 109)

Discs:

5

Release date:

30th April 2007

Barcode:

0807280110999

Medium:

DVD Video

Format:

NTSC

Region:

all
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Glyndebourne Diamonds

Five Great Opera Productions from the Glyndebourne Festival Opera


Beethoven:

Fidelio, Op. 72

(1979)

Elisabeth Söderström (Leonore), Anton de Ridder (Florestan), Curt Applegren (Rocco), Robert Allman (Pizarro), Elizabeth Gale (Marzelline), Ian Caley (Jaquino), Michael Langdon (Fernando), David Johnston (First Prisoner), Roger Bryson (Second Prisoner)

Bernard Haitink

Monteverdi:

Il ritorno d'Ulisse in patria

(1973)

Benjamin Luxon (Ulisse), Janet Baker (Penelope), Ian Caley (Telemaco), Robert Lloyd (Nettuno), Anne Howells (Minerva), Rae Woodland (Giunone), Brian Burrows (Giove)

Raymond Leppard

Stravinsky:

The Rake's Progress

(1975)

Leo Goeke (Tom Rakewell), Felicity Lott (Anne Trulove), Samuel Ramey (Nick Shadow), Richard Van Allan (Trulove), Rosalind Elias (Baba the Turk)

Bernard Haitink

Verdi:

Falstaff

(1976)

Donald Gramm (Falstaff), Benjamin Luxon (Ford), Kay Griffel (Alice Ford), Elizabeth Gale (Nannetta), Max René Cosotti (Fenton), Nucci Condò (Mistress Quickly), Reni Penkova (Meg Page), Bernard Dickerson (Bardolfo), Ugo Trama (Pistola), John Fryatt (Dr Cajus)

John Pritchard

Macbeth

(1972)

Kostas Paskalis (Macbeth), Josephine Barstow (Lady Macbeth), James Morris (Banco), Keith Erwen (Macduff), Ian Caley (Malcolm), Rae Woodland (Dama), Brian Donlan (Medico), Ian Caddy (Domestico), John Tomlinson (Sicaro)

John Pritchard


Recording Date: 2007
Place of recording: From the Glyndebourne Festival Opera
Running Time: 681 min
Picture Format: 4:3
Sound Format: PCM Stereo

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

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Excerpts from Macbeth

Gramophone Magazine

“[On Falstaff] This performance is typical of the high standards of ensemble playing pertaining at Glyndebourne in the 1970s.”

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