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    Quote Originally Posted by Pugg View Post

    Tu che le vanità - Mirella Freni - Don Carlo - 1983





    José Carreras & Mirella Freni: Verdi Don Carlo, 'Duet & Finale'
    One of my favourite operas and Tu che le vanita is one of my favourite arias.
    Personally I watch this version of Don Carlo every day:





    At least the parts with Elisabetta played by Hyunju Park.
    It is nearly shocking to hear Tu Che le vanita sung by a singer with a fluffier voice compared to Park´s more metallic voice.

    Philip Kang who plays king Philip have played Hagen at Bayreuth:


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    Il Trovatore with English subtitles with Hui He as Leonora:


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    A young Jarmila Novotna sings "Zelene Hajove", from Karel Kovařovic's opera Psohlavci, written in 1897:


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    Default Jean Noté as Rigoletto, 1912: complete recording on YouTube!

    Here's something pretty amazing I stumbled across a few months ago and meant to post here. It's Rigoletto performed in French and recorded in 1912, with surely the most vocally distinguished performance of the title role ever committed to disc. Don't expect state of the art transfers- this is noisy- but absolutely worth putting up with for the singing. It's complete in four parts:

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=LD1CG0dTYHE
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=H9wmLMCuh0U
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=z9cM-E5sz1U
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=AJ5zQEbjaGM

    Conductor François Ruhlmann -
    Orchestra - L'Opéra Comique de Paris
    Chorus - L'Opéra Comique de Paris
    Rigoletto - Jean Noté
    Gilda - Aline Vallandri
    Duca di Mantova - Robert Lassalle
    Sparafucile - Pierre Dupré
    Maddalena - Ketty Lapeyrette
    Giovanna - Jeanne Goulancourt
    Monterone - Pierre Dupré
    Marullo - Pierre Dupré
    Borsa - Georges de Poumayrac
    Conte di Ceprano - Hippolyte Belhomme
    Contessa di Ceprano - Marie Gantéri
    Un paggio - Marie Gantéri



    More French Rigoletto from c. 1912:
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=oeScuBKa63k
    Last edited by Figleaf; Mar-17-2016 at 17:53.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Figleaf View Post
    Here's something pretty amazing I stumbled across a few months ago and meant to post here. It's Rigoletto performed in French and recorded in 1912, with surely the most vocally distinguished performance of the title role ever committed to disc. Don't expect state of the art transfers- this is noisy- but absolutely worth putting up with for the singing. It's complete in four parts:

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=LD1CG0dTYHE
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=H9wmLMCuh0U
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=z9cM-E5sz1U
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=AJ5zQEbjaGM

    Conductor François Ruhlmann -
    Orchestra - L'Opéra Comique de Paris
    Chorus - L'Opéra Comique de Paris
    Rigoletto - Jean Noté
    Gilda - Aline Vallandri
    Duca di Mantova - Robert Lassalle
    Sparafucile - Pierre Dupré
    Maddalena - Ketty Lapeyrette
    Giovanna - Jeanne Goulancourt
    Monterone - Pierre Dupré
    Marullo - Pierre Dupré
    Borsa - Georges de Poumayrac
    Conte di Ceprano - Hippolyte Belhomme
    Contessa di Ceprano - Marie Gantéri
    Un paggio - Marie Gantéri



    More French Rigoletto from c. 1912:
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=oeScuBKa63k
    Big thanks! Has Malibran released it Figleaf ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by silentio View Post
    Big thanks! Has Malibran released it Figleaf ?
    You're welcome, silentio! Not as far as I know. I copied and pasted the cast list from Operadis, which lists a CDrom reissue by the late Mike Richter (no idea how one would obtain this now) and a two LP set on the Bourg label:

    http://www.operadis-opera-discograph...CLVERIGO.HTM#2

    It would be good if Malibran did release it, even if they are not the best remasterers of such challenging material. The only Pathé 'Theatre chez soi' opera sets I have heard on Malibran reissues are Carmen and Romeo et Juliette, and neither compares well, sound quality wise, with Ward Marston's transfers on his own label (Carmen) and on VAI (Romeo). It would be brilliant if Marston made this great Rigoletto the next release in their Pathé opera series, since it seems to be unavailable at the moment except on YouTube.
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    april fool!

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    Carlo Enrico Pasta was an Italian composer, the nephew of the great diva Giuditta Pasta. He spent part of his life in Peru, and he wrote an opera that was a very big success there, and also was staged in his native Italy, Atahualpa (1875). There is a CD published:



    And we can hear the opera in youtube:


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    Thanks to schigolch
    First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.
    "Mahatma Gandhi"

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    That was beautiful. I enjoyed it. Thanks for sharing!

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    Cô Sao ("Sister Cao") is a 1965 Vietnamese-language western-style opera by the composer Đỗ Nhuận. It is usually regarded as the first opera in Vietnamese.


    We can watch it complete in youtube:


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    Quote Originally Posted by SimonTemplar View Post
    This is amazing! Thanks for sharing.

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