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Pagliacci 1979 Madrid La Zarzuela

Canio: Plácido Domingo
Nedda: Paloma Pérez Iñigo
Tonio: Joan Pons
Beppe: Juan Porras
Silvio: Martín Grijalba
Director: Oliviero de Frabritis
Teatro Nacional de la Zarzuela - Orquesta Nacional de España Coro Titular
Madrid 1979


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Gioachino Rossini - Guillaume Tell (ROH, 2015)

De entrada y hablando de rankings, listas y mundiales, nunca he entendido la escasa presencia en ellos de esta ópera, que es uno de los títulos más importantes del siglo XIX, o sea, de la historia del género. Busquen, busquen. En el hilo de las veinte aún no ha sido ni mencionada. Se ve que “los italianos” la consideran demasiado larga y “los alemanes” demasiado ligera. A mí me parece un operón.


Suscribo por completo. El "Tell" es una de mis óperas de cabecera: un punto final deslumbrante para una carrera fascinante como la de Rossini.

En cuanto a esta versión en concreto, aquí enlazo lo que comenté en su momento, por si le interesa leerlo. Más o menos coincidimos en nuestras apreciaciones, lo cual, como usted bien sabe, es una gran placer para mí :D .

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El afamado El gran macabro con la Fura del Baus y subtítulos en castellano

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Suscribo por completo. El "Tell" es una de mis óperas de cabecera: un punto final deslumbrante para una carrera fascinante como la de Rossini.

En cuanto a esta versión en concreto, aquí enlazo lo que comenté en su momento, por si le interesa leerlo. Más o menos coincidimos en nuestras apreciaciones, lo cual, como usted bien sabe, es una gran placer para mí :D .

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Es cierto, parece que estamos bastante de acuerdo. Usted le atiza más a Michieletto, eso sí. :lol:

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Un Oro del Rhin del Nuevo (viejo) Bayreuth con Kempe a la batuta y un reparto entonces de segunda, pero que hoy suspiraríamos por ver:

Wotan: Theo Adam
Donner: Marcel Cordes
Froh: Horst Wilhelm
Loge: Kenneth Neate
Fricka: Grace Hoffman
Freia: Jutta Meyfarth
Erda: Marga Höffgen
Alberich: Otakar Kraus
Mime: Erich Klaus
Fasolt: Franz Crass
Fafner: Peter Roth-Ehrang
Woglinde: Barbara Holt
Wellgunde: Elisabeth Schwarzenberg
Floßhilde: Sieglinde Wagner

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Además de la famosa grabación de Mascagni dirigiendo su propia obra en 1940 con el gran Gigli, he encontrado esta otra Cavalleria dirigida por el mismo autor en Holanda en 1938, esta vez con Antonio Melandri como Turiddu. Y Lina Bruna Rasa también es Santuzza en este registro.

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Santuzza: Lina Bruna Rasa
Lola: Maria Meloni
Turiddu: Antonio Melandri
Alfio: Alfro Poli
Lucia: Rina Gallo Toscani
Ocherstra and Choir of the Dutch "Italian Opera-company"
Conducted by Pietro Mascagni
Live recorded at the Royal Theatre in The Haque : november 7, 1938.

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Metropolitan Opera House
January 4, 1941 Matinee Broadcast

TANNHÄUSER {320}
Wagner-Wagner

Tannhäuser..............Lauritz Melchior
Elisabeth...............Kirsten Flagstad
Wolfram.................Herbert Janssen
Venus...................Kerstin Thorborg
Hermann.................Emanuel List
Walther.................John Dudley
Heinrich................Emery Darcy
Biterolf................Mack Harrell
Reinmar.................John Gurney
Shepherd................Maxine Stellman
Dance...................Ruthanna Boris
Dance...................Lillian Moore
Dance...................Helen Longacre [Debut]
Dance...................Elissa Minet
Dance...................Mary Smith
Dance...................Grant Mouradoff
Dance...................Josef Levinoff

Conductor...............Erich Leinsdorf
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NI1cfr80sds

Review signed "K" in Musical America

The first "Tannhäuser" of the season was given at the Saturday matinee on Jan. 4, with singers in the leading roles whose impersonations were all familiar from other years. This was a singularly well-knit performance with the singers all doing their best. Mr. Melchior got off to a poor start, but improved as the opera progressed and sang the "Romerzählung" with dramatic sincerity and excellent tone. Wolfram is Mr. Janssen's most striking role and he made much of it from both angles. His singing of "The Evening Star" was a beautiful piece of lyric vocalization. Mr. List made a dignified and sonorous Landgraf.

On the distaff side, Mme. Flagstad carried the honors. Her "Dich, Teure Halle" has always been a masterpiece, and the dramatic scene at the close of the act seems to have gained in poignancy. The "Prayer" was also very fine. Mme. Thorborg sang Venus's music in her best style which is very good indeed, but this rôle is more effective when sung by a soprano with a good low register. The lesser roles were capably filled.

Mr. Leinsdorf conducted splendidly. The single exception which one might make is his continuing to take the March in the tempo of a gallop, a precedent established by the late Mr. Bodanzky, which is confusing to both eye and ear.



Metropolitan Opera House
March 22, 1941 Matinee Broadcast

AIDA {445}
Giuseppe Verdi--Antonio Ghislanzoni

Aida....................Stella Roman
Radamès.................Giovanni Martinelli
Amneris.................Bruna Castagna
Amonasro................Leonard Warren
Ramfis..................Ezio Pinza
King....................Norman Cordon
Messenger...............Lodovico Oliviero
Priestess...............Maxine Stellman
Dance...................Ruthanna Boris
Dance...................Grant Mouradoff

Conductor...............Ettore Panizza
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JYosQ9BblDU


Metropolitan Opera House
November 29, 1941 Matinee Broadcast

LA TRAVIATA {239}
Giuseppe Verdi--Francesco Maria Piave

Violetta................Jarmila Novotna
Alfredo.................Jan Peerce [Debut]
Germont.................Lawrence Tibbett
Flora...................Thelma Votipka
Gastone.................Alessio De Paolis
Baron Douphol...........Arthur Kent
Marquis D'Obigny........George Cehanovsky
Dr. Grenvil.............Louis D'Angelo
Annina..................Helen Olheim
Dance...................Monna Montes
Dance...................Alexis Dolinoff
Dance...................Leon Varkas

Conductor...............Ettore Panizza
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O4PBG56q72w

Review of Olin Downes in The New York Times

A tragical event would have marred the pleasure of the audience, which attended an exceptionally interesting presentation of Verdi's "Traviata" yesterday afternoon in the Metropolitan Opera House, had those present known of the occurrence. It was the sudden death, little more than an hour before the curtain, of Gennaro Papi, who was to have led the performance.

Through many years this veteran of the Metropolitan had accumulated friends as well as admirers. He was by nature and experience particularly endowed to interpret an opera which he loved. It was fated otherwise. What the audience saw, and all that it knew until after the performance, was that Frank St. Leger took the orchestra through the performance of the National Anthem, after which Ettore Panizza, on a few minutes' notice, and of course without rehearsal, took the baton. Holding his forces firmly together, he gave a well-knit interpretation.

This occasion saw the Metropolitan debut of Jan Peerce as Alfredo, the first Metropolitan appearance this season of Lawrence Tibbet as Germont and, above all, the Violetta of Mme. Novotna.

Mme. Novotna's picture of the lost one has a fascinating distinction and sincerity, exceptional pathos and pervasive charm. She knows well that the bravura air of the first act was never intended by Verdi as a display of vocal pyrotechnics, but as revelation by means of ornamental song of the Violetta who concealed her waning strength, her disillusion and despair. Here, at the beginning, she makes plain the end, and she does it with an absence of professional tricks and a degree of good taste which are convincing as they are refreshing to the intelligence.

Draw down the house with "S'empre libera" ? It's been done a thousand times, and can be done if it is not executed half as artistically as Mme. Novotna delivered the passage yesterday.

Then there was the new Alfredo. Mr. Peerce's audience, whether present on the other side of the footlights, or in coast-to-coast places over the land, was delighted, and with good reason, by the appealing quality of his voice and his manner of using it. He had his full meed of applause.

Little more than this is customarily asked of the man who sings the lover's music. Yet he could be more than a stick on the stage. Probably on the occasion of his Metropolitan debut Mr. Peerce thought of about two things: the conductor, and his duty as a singer. Yet he appeared confident, cool, an Alfredo by no means as green or excited as the ardent young man of the beau monde of the Paris of the Fifties.

The last special consideration of the afternoon was suspense concerning Mr. Tibbett. Had he recovered from his vocal indisposition of some months, or would there be shortcomings in the heavy father's solo of the second act? Mr. Tibbett has still need to be very careful of his vocal resources, but he sang with much of the old manly resonance and color of the voice of the leading American baritone of his day, and he sang with still more assurance his few measures in the last scene. Let us pray that he does not again drive his voice unduly and that he gives it ample opportunity to come ully into its own. The audience warmly welcomed his return to the Metropolitan stage.

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Don Giovanni, Fürtwangler, 1954 en Salzburgo. Entre el ritmo tan lento, el italiano de pedernal de los cantantes y las calcillas del protagonista (más que Don Juan parece Don Mendo) no he disfrutado nada. No me he podido ni concentrar en lo que estaba viendo.


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Pues a mí me encanta esta versión, la mejor en vídeo de Don Giovanni para mi gusto. Y Cesare Siepi es mi Don Giovanni preferido. Aún así coincido en que Fürtwangler se pasa de lento a veces (por ejemplo, en la escena del convidado de piedra).


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Esta es la misma pero en HD.
A mi la versión me fascina, y (al igual que Yllanes, y como supondreis) Siepi es mi Don Giovanni. Y la lentitud... para mi ni siquiera en toda la escena del Commendatore es palpable, solo cuando le da la mano, a partir del "Dammi la mano in pegno" hasta que le sentencia con el "Ah, tempo più non v'è", el resto muy bien, de hecho la parte del "Pentiti" esa lentitud funesta es muy acertada.
Y mira que yo odio que le quiten fuerza a la música...
Si algo me molesta es la nula expresividad de Dermota, Grümmer y Berger, estas dos últimas más cara de pánfilas, a lo largo de la ópera, no podían tener.

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Els Pirineus, de Felipe Pedrell, en aquella histórica recuperación que hizo el Liceu en el año 2003.

Felip Pedrell
ELS PIRINEUS

Ermessinda de Castellbò - Elisabete Matos
Comte de Foix - Vicente Ombuena
Bardo dels Pirineus/ Bernart Sicart/ Almirall Roger de Llúria : Philip Cutlip
Raimon de Miravall: Joan Cabero
Legat del Papa/ Llombard: Stefano Palatchi
Brunissenda de Cabaret/ Bertran: Rosa Mateu
Gemèsquia de Minerva/ Lisardo: Ofelia Sala
Adelaida de Penautier: Maria Luisa Muntada
Raimon: Marina Rodríguez Cusí
Raig de Lluna: Stella Doufexis
L'Inquisidor Izarn: Celestino Varela
Monko: José Luis Casanova
Ullric: Ivo Mitxev
Riusec: Jordi Figueres

Orquesta Sinfónica y Coro del Gran Teatre del Liceu
Edmon Colomer, director de orquesta
William Spaulding, maestro de coro.

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Metropolitan Opera House
December 21, 1935 Matinee Broadcast

LOHENGRIN {402}
Wagner-Wagner

Lohengrin...............Lauritz Melchior
Elsa....................Lotte Lehmann
Ortrud..................Marjorie Lawrence
Telramund...............Friedrich Schorr
King Heinrich...........Emanuel List
Herald..................Julius Huehn [Debut]

Conductor...............Artur Bodanzky
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mb1akz5pIWg&t=

Review of Marcia Davenport in the March 1936 issue of Stage magazine:

As it has been for some years now, the company is still at its best in Wagner. Here the full value of the greatly improved orchestra is immediately apparent, and when he feels in the mood Mr. Bodanzky can extract some good sounds from it. The first "Lohengrin" of the season presented Lotte Lehmann and Lauritz Melchior in roles which only artists so good can make credible. Lohengrin is a sap, as somebody observed, to foist his incognito on a woman who is a bigger sap taking a husband with fewer credentials than she would demand from a butler. Yet what Lehmann and Melchior do for these two saps is worth making an effort to hear. Elsa was sung with virginal freshness and rapture that never fail to be truly moving; but far more satisfying, since it gave the artist something to sink her teeth into, was the Elisabeth she sang in "Tannhäuser" the following week. There is nothing on the operatic stage to be heard and seen like the authentic ecstasy of Lotte Lehmann's greeting to the Hall of Song, and nothing more heartrending than her prayer beside the shrine, twenty years later. When she raises her voice in the soaring, piteous supplication "Allmächtige Jungfrau" she invests the music and the situation with one of the genuine inspirations that are the whole reason for opera's existence - and that, nevertheless, will always be too rare.

There is something compelling in the indubitable fact that no matter what the extent and excellence of a great singer's repertoire, there are always some parts, more often one particular part, in which the artist achieves a perfect psychological and physical unity with the character. In the case of Lehmann her Elisabeth is one such part, and in the case of Kirsten Flagstad, Isolde is another. It may be harsh to judge Flagstad for her Elsa and her Elisabeth, both of which, when she sang them recently, were projected with excellent musicianship and sincere artistry, but which failed to convey the inner quality of either legendary maiden. On the other hand, her Isolde is a miracle. No more valid inspiration, and no better singing the difficulties could be realized.



Metropolitan Opera House
November 22, 1947 Matinee Broadcast

UN BALLO IN MASCHERA {47}
Giuseppe Verdi--Antonio Somma

Amelia..................Daniza Ilitsch
Riccardo................Jan Peerce
Renato..................Leonard Warren
Ulrica..................Margaret Harshaw
Oscar...................Pierrette Alarie
Samuel..................Giacomo Vaghi
Tom.....................Lorenzo Alvary
Silvano.................John Baker
Judge...................Leslie Chabay
Servant.................Lodovico Oliviero
Dance...................Nina Boneck
Dance...................Elissa Minet
Dance...................Tilda Morse
Dance...................Peggy Smithers
Dance...................Robert Armstrong
Dance...................Josef Carmassi
Dance...................Karl Klauser
Dance...................William Sarazen

Conductor...............Giuseppe Antonicelli
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5eksgJdMWrw


Verdi: Un Ballo in Maschera

Riccardo: Mirto Picchi
Renato: Paolo Silveri
Amelia: Ljuba Welitsch
Ulrica: Jean Watson
Oscar: Alda Noni
Samuel: Ian Wallace
Tom: Hervey Alan
Silvano: Francis Loring
The Judge: George Israel
Servant: Leslie Fyson

Glyndebourne Festival Chorus
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

Conductor: Vittorio Gui.
Kings Theatre, Edinburgh. 1949.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tazKT30Rl-g&t=

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Desde las profundidades de la Radio Bávara y los sellos piratas, aquí un Holandés inédito del Festival de Bayreuth de 1956, con Paul Schöffler como el Holandés y Ludwig Weber como Daland, y el resto del reparto igual al de la versión oficial; con una Varnay espléndida.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ArEYllICUMk

Richard Wagner
DER FLIEGENDE HOLLÄNDER

Daland - Ludwig Weber
Senta - Astrid Varnay
Erik - Josef Traxel
Mary - Elisabeth Schärtel
Der Steuermann - Jean Cox
Der Holländer - Paul Schöffler

Bayreuth, 24 de agosto de 1956

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VERDI - Falstaff

Falstaff - Mariano Stabile
Ford - Pietro Biasini
Fenton - Dino Borgioli
Dr.Cajus - Alfredo Tedeschi
Bardolph - Giuseppe Nessi
Pistol - Virgilio Lazzari
Mrs.Ford - Franca Somigli
Nanette - Augusta Oltrabella
Mrs.Page - Mita Vasari
Mrs.Quickly - Angelica Cravcenco

Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
Vienna State Opera Ballet & Chorus
conducted by Arturo Toscanini
Salzburg Festspielhaus, august 1937.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lY34BDRFgN4


Metropolitan Opera House
March 11, 1939 Matinee Broadcast

RIGOLETTO {229}
Giuseppe Verdi--Francesco Maria Piave

Rigoletto...............Lawrence Tibbett
Gilda...................Lily Pons
Duke of Mantua..........Jan Kiepura
Maddalena...............Helen Olheim
Sparafucile.............Virgilio Lazzari
Monterone...............Norman Cordon
Borsa...................Giordano Paltrinieri
Marullo.................George Cehanovsky
Count Ceprano...........Wilfred Engelman
Countess Ceprano........Pearl Besuner
Giovanna................Thelma Votipka
Page....................Lucielle Browning

Conductor...............Gennaro Papi
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zb1pT_iuEgc&t


Metropolitan Opera House
February 20, 1943 Matinee Broadcast

LOUISE {42}

Louise..................Grace Moore
Julien..................Raoul Jobin
Mother..................Doris Doe
Father..................Ezio Pinza
Blanche.................Helen Olheim
Marguerite..............Mary Van Kirk
Suzanne.................Lucielle Browning
Gertrude................Irra Petina
Irma....................Maxine Stellman
Camille.................Thelma Votipka
Élise...................Annamary Dickey
Madeleine...............Anna Kaskas
Errand Girl.............Lillian Raymondi
Forewoman...............Maria Savage [Last performance]
Ragpicker...............John Gurney
Young Ragpicker.........Lucielle Browning
Coal Gatherer...........Anna Kaskas
Noctambulist............Alessio De Paolis
Newsgirl................Annamary Dickey
Junkman.................Louis D'Angelo
Milkwoman...............Maxine Stellman
Policeman...............Emery Darcy
Policeman...............Gerhard Pechner
Street Arab.............Lillian Raymondi
Streetsweeper...........Maria Savage
Painter.................Wilfred Engelman
Sculptor................Lodovico Oliviero
Songwriter..............George Cehanovsky
Student.................John Dudley
Poet....................John Garris
Philosopher.............Lorenzo Alvary
Philosopher.............Walter Cassel
Chairmender.............Anna Kaskas
Peddler.................George Cehanovsky
Artichoke Vendor........Thelma Votipka
Birdfood Vendor.........Tony D'Addozio [Last performance]
Carrot Vendor...........Alessio De Paolis
Watercress Vendor.......Anna Kaskas
Greenpeas Vendor........John Dudley
Old Clothes Man.........John Dudley
Pope of Fools...........Alessio De Paolis
Dance...................Nina Youskevitch

Conductor...............Thomas Beecham
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HMFG6dqPbOE


Metropolitan Opera House
February 5, 1949 Matinee Broadcast

L'ELISIR D'AMORE {64}

Adina...................Bidú Sayao
Nemorino................Ferruccio Tagliavini
Belcore.................Frank Valentino
Dr. Dulcamara...........Italo Tajo
Giannetta...............Inge Manski

Conductor...............Giuseppe Antonicelli
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pZXd43gtYIA

Review of James Hinton Jr. in Musical America

The Saturday afternoon broadcast presentation of "L'Elisir D'Amore" was a spirited affair. Bidu Sayao was again the Adina, and gave a performance that was delicate and charming in every respect. Ferruccio Tagliavini, as Nemorino, did a thoroughly competent job of bumpkin impersonation, and sang with lovely tone and carefully shaded dynamics. Italo Tajo was all that could be desired as Dulcamara, singing and acting with a vitality that, while it commanded the stage during his big moments, never got in the way of the other singers. Francesco Valentino, replacing Giuseppe Valdengo, who was indisposed, gave a performance that was in the exhilarating spirit of the afternoon, and Inge Manski's Ginnetta was an ornament to the stage. Giuseppe Antonicelli conducted

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Metropolitan Opera House
January 20, 1940 Matinee Broadcast

ORFEO ED EURIDICE {47}

Orfeo...................Kerstin Thorborg
Euridice................Jarmila Novotna
Amore...................Marita Farell
Happy Shade.............Annamary Dickey
Dance...................Doris Neal
Dance...................Monna Montes
Dance...................Grant Mouradoff

Conductor...............Erich Leinsdorf
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0rREEH1mo9s


Verdi: Falstaff.

Falstaff - Mariano Stabile
Fenton - Ferruccio Tagliavini
Ford - Tito Gobbi
Dr. Cajus - Adelio Zagonora
Bardolfo - Cesare Masini-Sperti
Alice Ford - Franca Somigli
Nannetta - Augusta Oltrabella
Meg Page - Vittorico Palambini
Mistress Quickly - Cloe Elmo
Pistola - Giulio Neri?

Orchestra and Chorus del Teatro Reale dell'Opera di Roma
Conductor - Tullio Serafin
Berlin, 1941.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=POt5FK8A6Ik

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