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    I just saw this 4K UHD (and Blu-ray) release of a Tosca performance that I love. (I have it on DVD, and would like a better quality recording.) But it's listed on Amazon for $68.99 (US). Oy vey.

    Has anyone purchased this remastered UHD disc?

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    "All of Italian opera can be heard in [Bellini's] "Ah! non creda [mirarti]."
    --Renata Scotto in "Scotto, More Than a DIva."

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    Has anyone purchased this remastered UHD disc?
    I surely not, I liked it and I like the DVD, but would never pay so much for something not that special.

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    This just released. Dimitri.....

    Rigoletto
    Stabat Mater & Requiem Project:

    REQUIEMS
    Dvorak
    Faure Requiem
    Mozart
    Rossini
    Salieri
    Verdi

    STABAT MATERS
    Boccherini
    Dvorak
    Haydn
    Mayr
    Poulenc
    Rossini
    Steffani
    Vivaldi

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    ^^^
    Looks like Rigoletto is going to be joining Ragnar, Lagertha and Floki in 'Vikings'!

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    Out spring 2018

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    Verdi: La forza del destino

    Carlos Álvarez (Don Carlo), Nina Stemme (Leonora), Salvatore Licitra (Don Alvaro), Nadia Krasteva (Preziosilla), Alastair Miles (Padre Guardiano), Wiener Staatsoper, Zubin Mehta,
    Out February 16th

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    Wagner: Die Feen

    Gergely Németi, Daniela Fally, Sorin Coliban, Donna Ellen

    Wiener Staatsoper

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    Tchaikovsky: Pique Dame

    Oleg Kulko (Herman), Nina Romanova (Countess), Karina A. Flores (Liza), Ekaterina Semenchuk (Pauline), Sergei Leiferkus (Count Tomsky), Albert Schagidullin (Yeletsky), Felix Livshitz (Chaplitsky)

    Gary Bertini Choir, The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, Vladimir Jurowski


    Out February 9th

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    Out March.

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    Rare Rossini from his series of Neapolitan Operas written for the phenomenal group of singers engaged by the Teatro San Carlo. A budget version from the esteemed Rossini in Wildbad Festival, which based on the most recent offerings from this source will probably give the expensive Opera Rara version a run for its money! Regarding the Naxos cast, I am only familiar with tenor Maxim Miranov. With any luck we will be pleasantly surprised by the others in the cast.

    To be released in Europe on February 16 as noted on the Presto Classical website. I have not come across the date for the USA release.

    Stendhal on Rossini: The fame of this hero knows no bounds save those of civilization itself...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pugg View Post
    Out March.
    Wonderful news!! It had become hard to get anywhere.

    For the same serie in March: La Boheme (Sayao, Tucker, Antonicelli), Cavalleria/Pagliacci (Tucker, Cleva), Bluebeard's Castle (Ormandy), Poliuto (Carreras, Ricciarelli), Le Nozze (Mehta), Barbiere (Chailly) & Cenerentola (Ferro).

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Wolf View Post
    Wonderful news!! It had become hard to get anywhere.

    For the same serie in March: La Boheme (Sayao, Tucker, Antonicelli), Cavalleria/Pagliacci (Tucker, Cleva), Bluebeard's Castle (Ormandy), Poliuto (Carreras, Ricciarelli), Le Nozze (Mehta), Barbiere (Chailly) & Cenerentola (Ferro).



    I have that one, in red, wonderful packed in the Sony heritage series....
    very curious if the did restore the Poliuto sound.
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    Re-release for Opera Rara.

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    CARMEN, Live Performance, 9 Jan., 1937, w.Gennaro Papi Cond. Met Opera Ensemble; Rosa Ponselle, Sydney Rayner, Natalie Bodanya, Julius Huehn, Thelma Votipka, Helen Olheim, Giordano Paltrinieri, George Cehanovsky, Louis D'Angelo & Wilfred Engelman. (Canada) 2-St Laurent Studio YSL T-649. Transfers by Yves St Laurent. (OP3235)

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