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Category Archive for 'Operas'

Check Our Catalog “Two-CD collection featuring the finest voices in Opera performing the most beautiful arias by the classic composers. An aria is a self-contained piece for vocals with orchestral accompaniment and this collection gathers together arias that will touch your heart and relax your soul as you are lifted by their beautiful melodies. 40 [...]

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Check Our Catalog “Another valuable contribution to the slowly growing Lully catalogue…. This production is a considerable musicological achievement and thankfully it is a substantial musical one, too. Carolyn Sampson [is] charming of voice and intelligent with detail as ever…. The orchestra play brightly, strongly directed from the continuo by Paul O’Dette and Stephen Stubbs.”–Gramophone

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Rene Pape: Gods, Kings & Demons

Check Our Catalog “That the German bass René Pape is one of the most compelling artists to have emerged internationally in the last 15 years is proved again by his phenomenal singing on his new recording.”–New York Times

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Richard Strauss: Songs & Arias

Check Our Catalog Renée Fleming, the world’s preeminent lyric soprano, is joined by Christian Thielemann, internationally acclaimed for his performances of Strauss works, for this recording of the exquisitely beautiful Four Last Songs. In addition, Fleming performs a selection of lieder with orchestra as well as arias from Ariadne auf Naxos and Die ägyptische Helena. [...]

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Check Our Catalog Juan Diego Flórez is THE tenor for bel canto operas, the first choice for any new production at the world’s greatest opera houses. On Voce d’Italia, he pays tribute to an extraordinary predecessor who inspired some of his greatest stage roles and became the first `superstar tenor’: Giovanni Battista Rubini. Many of [...]

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Jonas Kaufmann: Romantic Arias

Check Our Catalog Includes opera favorites by the Italian giants Verdi and Puccini, by French greats Berlioz and Bizet, and by Wagner, the epitome of German Romanticism. Kaufmann responds to each composer with seductive ease.

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