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"The alluring Venera Gimadieva, based at the Bolshoi, makes a most impressive Violetta, singing with a vibrant clarity that never wobbles, even at pianissimo inevitably, she puts one in mind of Netrebko, but her musical discipline is superior.
... there can be no doubt of his [Mark Elder's] mastery of the opera's dramatic shape and instrumental palette, flawlessly rendered by the London Philharmonic. " (The Daily Telegraph )
"Russian soprano Venera Gimadieva is a beguiling and utterly believable Violetta, laughing in giddy cascades of quavers in Sempre libera before growing into poised maturity and big legatos for her confrontation with Germont a singular and striking company debut.
Mark Elder coaxes the London Philharmonic Orchestra into fragile pianissimos and delicately unfolding phrases. His Verdi, like Cairns , is exploratory and questioning, never forcing a conclusion or overworking his material. The combination is fresh and thrillingly unfamiliar, a Traviata that glances to the past while stepping resolutely into opera's emotional and dramatic future." (The Independent )
"Gimadieva ... is a soprano of huge presence, compelling to watch, with a voice of thrilling security and range, and a special quality to her quieter singing that makes you hang on every note. It's a remarkable, touching Glyndebourne debut, and she's paired with an Alfredo, Michael Fabiano, whose singing has real zest and attack..." (The Guardian )
"I ve never seen a production so alive to all the emotional confusion and psychological complexity, if reluctant to provide easy resolutions." (The Arts Desk )
"His [Mark Elder's] conducting is extremely fine once more, managing to be lucid and intelligent, thrillingly dramatic and lovingly shaped. The playing of the LPO is of supremely high quality throughout, while the cast features a genuinely exciting leading couple. Venera Gimadieva and Michael Fabiano, as Violetta and Alfredo, both sing with an almost languid, big-voiced ease that's a pleasure to witness. Her sound is creamy and penetrating, with Act I's fireworks cleverly and convincingly negotiated; his is virile and exciting, although perhaps a little unstintingly so at times." (The Spectator)
"Three ideally cast lead singers and Glyndebourne choristers carrying all before them were blest, in Mark Elder, with a conductor capable of shaping and exploring the music so that it gleamed like new." (The Arts Desk )
"Beneath the long lines he [Mark Elder] coaxes from the London Philharmonic, he gives the music a precise rhythmic pulse and draws revealing contrapuntal threads at the least expected moments." (The Financial Times)
"Sumptuous of voice at every turn of this supremely challenging role, [Gimadieva] looks wonderful ...
" (Classical Source)
CastVenera Gimadieva (Violetta Valéry)Michael Fabiano (Alfredo Germont)Tassis Christoyannis (Giorgio Germont)Emanuele D Aguanno (Gastone de Letorières)Magdalena Molendowska (Annina)Hanna Hipp (Flora Bervoix)Eddie Wade (Baron Douphol)
London Philharmonic Orchestra; The Glyndebourne Chorus; Mark ElderStage Director: Tom CairnsDesigner: Hildegard BechtlerChoreographer: Aletta Collins
Catalogue Number: OA1171DDate of Performance: 2014Running Time: 132 minutesSound: LPCM Stereo & DTS SurroundAspect Ratio: 16:9 AnamorphicSubtitles: EN/FR/DE/JP/KO<b
Le riprese esclusive del Teatro San Carlo di Napoli che sceglie Ferzan Ozpetek per allestire "La Traviata", melodramma in tre atti di Francesco Maria Piave tratto dal dramma "La dama delle Camelie" di Alexandre Dumas figlio, in occasione del bicentenario di Giuseppe Verdi --Ce texte fait référence à une édition épuisée ou non disponible de ce titre.Voir l'ensemble des Description du produit
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This 2014 performance is well sung for certain! Soprano Venera Gimadieva, who was new to me, did exactly what was promised on the Amazon product page: "a huge presence, compelling to watch ... the Russian soprano has, and shows skillfully a grasp of the situation in which the character finds herself that is not only telegraphically clear but most un-proima donna-ish". It is a fine portrayal, musically and dramatically.
Michael Fabiano is simply the best Alfredo these old eyes and ears have experienced. The voice is lyrical and smooth through the entire range, with a very well trained passagio which permits a seamless transit from chest to head voice.
Similarly unknown to me is baritone Tassis Christoyannis, whose portrayal of Georgio Germont is executed with near perfection.
Chorus and orchestra under Sir Mark Elder supports the singers perfectly and sensitively.
Picture and sound are every bit as superb as the production is, with beautiful crisp picture and rich, detailed HD MA sound.
All three Traviatas noted above grace our opera library (as well as a few others). It is one of those operas like La Boheme, Lucia, Rigoletto and Manon that seem to demand multiple interpretations. In this wonderful age of gifted singers who can really act, you will find this release to be a very exciting and gratifying version of La Traviata, gentle reader.
exceptional performances one after the other. This is one of the best! jb