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Viva Verdi ( 2 CD + biographie + guide des opéras)

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  • CD (14 novembre 2000)
  • Nombre de disques: 2
  • Label: Decca
  • ASIN : B00004ZB9N
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Disque : 1

  1. - overture (sinfonia) - Neville Marriner
  2. Un giorno di regno acte I acte I - ah, non m'hanno ingannata!" - "grave a core innamorato - Lamberto Gardelli
  3. Nabucco acte III - va, pensiero (chorus of the hebrew slaves) - Lamberto Gardelli
  4. I lombardi - cavatina: "la mia letizia infondere" - "come poteva un angelo" - Lamberto Gardelli
  5. Ernani acte I - da quel di che t'ho veduta - Lamberto Gardelli
  6. - I due foscari - Lamberto Gardelli
  7. - giovanna d'arco - Nello Santi
  8. - alzira - Fabio Luisi
  9. Attila acte II - e gettata la mia sorte - Lamberto Gardelli
  10. Macbeth acte I - vieni t'affretta...or tutti sorgete - Claudio Abbado
  11. I masnadieri - finale: c) racconto: "un ignoto" - Lamberto Gardelli
  12. Jerusalem - je veux encore entendre ta voix - Fabio Luisi
  13. La battaglia di legnano acte I - coro: "viva italia" - Lamberto Gardelli
  14. Luisa miller acte II - quando le sere al placido chiaror d'un ciel stellato - Peter Maag
  15. Stiffelio acte III - stiffelio!" "eccomi - Lamberto Gardelli
  16. Il corsaro - né sulla terra creatura alcuna" - "vola talor dal carcere" - "seide celebra non gioia e festa - Lamberto Gardelli

Disque : 2

  1. Le trouvere - stride la vampa! - Tullio Serafin
  2. La traviata acte I - prelude - Carlos Kleiber
  3. La traviata acte I - "libiamo ne'lieti calici" (brindisi) - Carlos Kleiber
  4. - les vepres siciliennes - Nello Santi
  5. Simon boccanegra acte I - (preludio) - Claudio Abbado
  6. Aroldo acte IV acte IV - allora che gli anni - Fabio Luisi
  7. - un bal masque - Georg Solti
  8. La force du destin acte IV - pace, pace, mio dio - Francesco Molinari-Pradelli
  9. Don carlo acte II - dio, che nell'alma infodere - Georg Solti
  10. Aida - se quel guerrier io fossi!..céleste aida - Georg Solti
  11. - aida - Georg Solti
  12. Otello act IV - ave maria, piena di grazia - Herbert Karajan
  13. Requiem - 1. requiem - Georg Solti
  14. Rigoletto acte III - bella figlia dell'amore - Carlo Maria Giulini
  15. La traviata acte I - e strano!" - "ah, fors'è lui - Carlos Kleiber
  16. La traviata acte I - follie! delirio vano è questo!" - "sempre libera - Carlos Kleiber
  17. Falstaff - facciamo il parentado" - "tutto nel mondo è burla - Carlo Maria Giulini

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Par Mario Salvini MEMBRE DU CLUB DES TESTEURS le 8 juin 2011
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Car les textes sont uniquement en allemand...même pas d'Anglais ou d'italien a se mettre sous la dent...
Restent les CD qui sont d'excellent facture et qui donnent un aperçu convaincant du talent de Verdi...heureusement!
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HASH(0x888e7858) étoiles sur 5 A fine CD for a great celebration 27 novembre 2000
Par Erick Zermegno Morales - Publié sur Amazon.com
As part of celebrations for the Verdi's centennial, Universal seal has edited this excelent antology.
This 2CD album is presented chronologicaly with representative hightlights of all Verdi's operas since Oberto to Falstaff including the Messa di Requiem, all with superb performers.
Some opera super stars that appears in this collection are: Cossotto, Caballé, Domingo, Pavarotti, Carreras, Bergonzi, Fischer-Dieskau, et al.
This collection is presented with an illustrated
libretto in couché paper. Includes a brief Verdi's bio, with a good text about each opera that the Roncole genius composed that appear here in hightlights. This collection brings a new panorama of the all Verdi's work and is an excelent choice for this big celebration.
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HASH(0x88871c84) étoiles sur 5 An incredible celebration! Viva Verdi! 4 décembre 2000
Par Carlos Fuentes y Espinosa - Publié sur Amazon.com
This album which is celebrating Verdi's works, is wonderful. I could say these cds present the best singers of our times singing Verdi's operas. I also noticed that here we can hear many less known works. In fact, almost all the Verdi's operas are contained in this magnificent album. As the title says: " a great celebration"
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HASH(0x88bf30fc) étoiles sur 5 An excellent little compilation 29 mai 2003
Par Peter Hilliard - Publié sur Amazon.com
This is a great little set, better in its breadth than its depth. I came to appreciate this collection when I was putting together a score for a show entitled: "Eat your greens; The complete operas of Verdi performed in 20 minutes by a cast of vegetables" Let me assure you, when you're trying to get every Verdi opera down to 20 or so seconds and score it with a pithy arrangement of a passage, you're going to need someone to narrow it down to about one number per opera for the bulk of the shows. If I wasn't able to reference this, I would have had to look much harder and spent a lot more money to get things like the complete Oberto, Conte di San Bonifacio and Alzira. This collection provided me with stellar recordings of the cream of each Verdi opera, all well recorded by major artists. In addition to this admittedly obscure usage, the collection provides a splendid overview of Verdi's truly massive career, from his early beginnings, where he nearly out-Rossinis Rossini (if that were possible) to his colossal Requiem, Falstaff, and Otello, which are arguably Wagnerian in scope and ambition. Short of a college course, and the Budden book, I can't think of any better way to internalize his acheivement than to listen to this superbly compiled and elegantly packaged delight. I recommend it highly.
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HASH(0x888af0fc) étoiles sur 5 Not bad at all ... for what it is 3 mai 2007
Par L. E. Cantrell - Publié sur Amazon.com
This two-CD set purports to celebrate the hundredth anniversary of Giuseppe Verdi's death by highlighting the whole arc of his operatic career (including his Requiem) in thirty-three tracks. This is, of course, plainly an impossible task. In general, each opera gets a single selection taken from complete performances that happened to be issued by Decca, Phillips or Deutsche Grammaphon. Since none of the three organizations had recorded either "I vespri Siciliani" or "Giovanna D'Arco," appropriate tenor arias were taken from a concert selection by Carlo Bergonzi. As the previous reviewer, Mr. Listener, pointed out, exceptions were made for "La Traviata" with four selections (all from the same recording) and "Aida" with two (ditto). In addition to those, the much more obscure "Stefellio" sneaked in the back door with a second selection from the re-written and re-named "Aroldo." The same can be said for "I Lombardi alla prima Crociata," subsequently Frenchfied as "Jerusalem."

Ten operas, "Oberto," "I Lombardi," "Ernani," "Alzira," "Macbeth," "Jerusalem," "Simon Bocanegra," "Aroldo," "Un ballo in maschera," and "Falstaff," were recorded digitally, the most recent being "Alzira" from 1999. The remaining selections were taken from digitally re-mastered analogue recordings. The oldest of them, by far, is the fabulous 1955 Tebaldi recording of "La forza del destino." Each of these recordings was made with the leading-edge technology of its day. None has lost anything in this re-issue. Their sound should be more than satisfactory to anyone except the most narrow-minded audio purist.

Among the singers, Bergonzi, Caballe, Carreras, Cortrubas, Cosotto, Domingo, Horne, Ricciarelli, Sutherland, Tebaldi and Vickers are certainly on the A-list. The others, for the most part, are also good. The conductors are uniformly strong, although none of the others was as perfectly suited to this music as the venerable Tullio Serafin, heard here only in "Il trovatore."

The set comes with the two CDs tucked away in pockets on the front and back boards of a small, bound book. The book consista of 103 pages of historical commentary, illustrations of Verdi, his wife, his collaborators, premiere productions of the operas and, just by chance, advertisements touting opera recordings from Decca, Phillips and Deutsche Grammophon.

All the original recordings were good, but only the "Otello," "Aida" and "Forza" would have any great number of fans regarding them as the best of the best, although the curiously underrated and largely forgotten "Trovatore" under Serafin is very, very good, too. As a matter of purely personal taste, I would rank only the "Forza" as without peer.

No collection that ignores the catalogues of EMI and RCA--or even the old, rough and ready CETRA, can possibly be regarded as definitive. Nevertheless, on the whole, this is a respectable attempt at its self-imposed impossible task. As I write, "Viva Verdi!" is available from various Amazon sellers at prices ranging from $8.70 to $18.68. If you are interested in a Verdi sampler, this one is a bargain.

Four sampled stars.
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HASH(0x88907ee8) étoiles sur 5 An honor roll of Verdi recordings 28 octobre 2005
Par Santa Fe Listener - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is a commercial sampler whose 100-page book is basically a promo for the Verdi operas made by Decca, Philips, and DG. Usually such products offer insubstantial snippets, and in a sense that's true here. Verdi's operatic output from Oberto to Falstaff is given one exceprt each except for La Traviata (4) and Aida (2). The Requiem also gets a piece of the action.

The second CD, beginning with the quartet from Rigoletto, carries us into completely familiar territory. And the book is only interesting as a reminder of an honor roll of recordings that Verdi has received. It was admirable for Philips to record so much early music with great singers like Carreras and Caballe in their absolute prime.

It's the exposure of these thrilling voices that ties this collection together. Every snippet is in good osund and displays some kind of vocal excellence, often in operas like Jerusalemma or Giovanna d'Arco that few of us are likely to buy. Azira, I Due Foscari, Atila? Without this sampler these would still just be names on a page to me. Now I have a vivid, living memory of them, which is all a composer could ask for.
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