Joan Sutherland (Adriana), Heather Begg (Principessa di Bouillon), Anson Austin (Maurizio), John Shaw (Michonnet), Jeffrey Black (Quinault), Christopher Dawes (Poisson), Judith Saliba (Mlle. Jouvenot), Jennifer Bermingham (Mlle. Dangeville), Graeme Ewer (L'Abate di Chazeuil)
Joan Sutherland (Marie), Anson Austin (Tonio), Heather Begg (Marquise of Berkenfield), Gregory Yurisich (Sulpice), Gordon Wilcock (Hortensius), Stephen Bennett (A Peasant), David Lemke (Corporal), James Huxtable (Dancing Master), Drew McFarlane (Notary)
Joan Sutherland (Lucrezia Borgia), Ronald Stevens (Gennaro), Margreta Elkins (Maffio Orsini), Richard Allman (Don Alfonso), Robin Donald (Jacopo Liveretto), Lyndon Terracini (Don Apostolo Gazella), Gregory Yurisich (Ascanio Petrucci), Lamberto Furlan (Oloferno Vitellozzo), Pieter Van der Stolk (Gubetta), Graeme Ewer (Rustighello), John Germain (Astolfo), Neville Grave (Un servo), Eddie Wilden (Un coppiere)
Joan Sutherland (Marguerite de Valois), Amanda Thane (Valentine), Anson Austin (Raoul de Nangis), Suzanne Johnston (Urbain), John Pringle (Count de Nevers), Clifford Grant (Marcel), John Wegner (Count de Saint Bris)
Lotfi Mansouri (stage director)
The Australian Opera Chorus & The Elizabethan Sydney Orchestra, Richard Bonynge
DVD Video - 5 discs
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This unique 5 DVD collection brings together, for the first time, the legendary Australian soprano in four key dramatic coloratura roles that were cornerstones of her repertory – Marguerite de Valois in Les Huguenots, Marie in La fille du Régiment, and the eponymous heroines in Adriana Lecouvreur and Lucrezia Borgia. Accompanying them is the celebrated gala concert she gave in 1983 with her long-time colleague (and one-time protégée), Luciano Pavarotti, featuring extracts from several other major Sutherland roles, including Violetta (La Traviata), Ophélie (Hamlet) and, of course, her signature role, Lucia (Lucia di Lammermoor). All four operas and gala concert were filmed in the iconic Sydney Opera House, and conducted by her husband, Maestro Richard Bonynge.
Running time: 12 hours 5 minutes
Sound format: 2.0LPCM + 5.1(5.0) DTS
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