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    Giacomo Meyerbeer (1791-1864) - Le Prophete
    John Osborn, Marianne Cornetti, Lynette Tapia, Albrecht Kludszuweit, Pierre Doyen, Essener Philharmoniker, Giuliano Carella

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pugg View Post

    Vivaldi: Dorilla in Tempe

    Romina Basso, Serena Malfi, Marina de Liso, Lucia Cirillo, Sonia Prina, Christian Senn

    I Barocchisti, Coro della Radiotelevisione Svizzera, Diego Fasolis


    Naive seems to be releasing again....
    December 1th
    That's great news!. The cast is very appealing and again Fasolis with his usual I Barocchisti I have no question this will be one of the best baroque operas releases in 2018.
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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).

    Those two are still not on the Presto release list, the others are there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pugg View Post
    Those two are still not on the Presto release list, the others are there.

    http://www.citydisc.ch/fr/detail/index/sArticle/1166805

    http://www.citydisc.ch/fr/detail/index/sArticle/1166808


    Also Boris Godunov (Abbado):

    http://www.citydisc.ch/fr/detail/index/sArticle/1166803

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Wolf;1385784

    Also Boris Godunov (Abbado):

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    That is a re-release and Wikipedia says it is Mussorgsky's orchestration of 1872.
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    Thank you very much, I like to hear samples from the Poliuto first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pugg View Post
    Stupendous voice but not one I ever warmed to

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidA View Post
    Stupendous voice but not one I ever warmed to
    I have that with some other singers, less stupendous though.

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    Massenet: Werther

    Juan Diego Flórez (Werther), Anna Stéphany (Charlotte), Mélissa Petit (Sophie), Audun Iversen (Albert), Cheyne Davidson (Le Bailli), Martin Zysset (Schmidt)

    Philharmonia Zürich, Chor der Oper Zürich, Kinderchor der Oper Zürich, Cornelius Meister, Tatiana Gurbaca (dir).

    March second

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    Bizet: Djamileh
    Jennifer Feinstein, Eric Barry, George Mosley, Poznan Philharmonic Orchestra, Lukasz Borowicz

    Out Feb 9th

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    Tchaikovsky: Eugene Onegin

    Yuti Mazurok (Eugene Onegin), Tamara Milashkina (Tatyana), Vladimir Atlantov (Lensky), Tamara Sinyavskaya (Olga), Tatyana Tugarinova (Larina), Larisa Avdeyeva (Filipyevna), Evgeny Nesterenko (Gremin)

    Choir & Orchestra of the USSR Bolshoi Theatre, Mark Ermler
    From last December, seems to be fantastic.

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    Meyerbeer: Margherita d'Anjou

    Giulia De Blasis (Margherita d’Anjou), Lorenzo Izzo (Bellapunta), Dielli Hoxha (Orner), Gaia Petrone (Isaura), Anton Rositskiy (The Duke of Lavarenne), Elena Tereshchenko (Gertrude), Arcangelo Carbotti (Edoardo), Bastian Thomas Kohl (Riccardo)

    Danish National Symphony Orchestra, Fabio Luisi
    Out March 16th
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    Ran across this on Unitel's web site but cannot find it on Amazon or Bookbutler so I am thinking it is an upcoming release.

    Adam Plachetka, Juan Diego Flórez, Michele Pertusi, Valentina Nafornita

    Unitel page: http://unitel.de/en/product/do/detail.html?id=4455

    Large front and back image: http://unitel.de/media/files/flyer/A..._flyer_WEB.pdf

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    Rimsky Korsakov: Le Coq d'Or


    [Pavlo Hunka; Alexey Dolgov; Konstantin Shushakov; Alain Altinoglu]

    This new production from the Theatre de la Monnaie, recorded in December 2016, was imagined by Laurent Pelly. Drawing from the modernity of Rimsky-Korsakov's musical and dramatic imagination, the ambiguities of its specular structure, and its underlying reflection on language, manipulation and absurdity, the French stage director underlies the heavily symbolical aspects of this fierce and pitiless tale, all the while remembering both its historical context and its universal philosophical depth.

    Out March 16th
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