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OPERA-GUIDE: La Traviata
Giuseppe Verdi. Act I, for soloists, choir and piano. Look inside. PDF, 5.
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It's a rather unusual format - I have yet to find a program that can burn it to CD. Posted by steve burton October 12, PM.
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Albert - so far, at least, I think that this is flying under the critical radar - so to speak. So I guess you'll just have to take my word for it. Definitely not Callas. From what you write, here, I can only conclude that you are an opera fanatic waiting to happen. I mean, if you can sit still for Elgar's "Sea Pictures," then there's simply no telling where you might end up! And the sound on YouTube has improved a lot, lately, so I'm very happy with the sound on my videos.
My goal in life is to hear Lisa Gerrard since Gorecki's 3rd. If I ever win the lottery I will commission it myself. She's got one of the best female voices on the planet, IMO. Rob G - Gorecki's 3rd Symphony is a very beautiful piece. So I guess Lisa Gerrard must have quite the voice!
Posted by steve burton October 13, PM. My favorite recording of Gorecki's 3rd is the one on Naxos with Zofia Kilanowicz as soloist. I like her better than Upshaw -- her vibrato isn't nearly as deep as Upshaw's and thus her performance sounds far less operatic, which, in my opinion, suits the piece better. Here's Lisa Gerrard at one of her finest moments.
There are other live versions of this song on youtube but the audio isn't as good. Rob G - thanks for the link. A very striking voice: she sounds almost baritonal in her lower register! Posted by steve burton October 14, PM. Yes, thank you exceedingly! I do most of my blog reading via an aggregator on the fly, so I only get back around to checking the comments every few days or sootherwise I would have been back to say "thank you" for the links much sooner.
Posted by Titus October 16, AM. Posted by Jack October 17, AM. Posted by steve burton October 20, PM. Hi, does anyone know why the 4th part last act of traviata isn't working?
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I managed to get the first 3 but can't get the last one. Can anyone please help? Posted by ad June 14, PM. Posted by rapidshare downloads August 14, AM. The last download link is no longer available.
I know that this is an old post, but could you please upload this release again? I can't find it anywhere else. Thanks a lot! Posted by Silvian September 28, PM. Looks like I can extract the first 3 files even if the 4th can't be downloaded. So the first two acts are ok. Very good sound!!
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Looks like only the last act, file Probably you don't have the original archives, but can you please compress the last file and upload it once again? Or maybe someone else that downloaded it still has it? I'll convert them to flac and upload them on a torrent site to avoid future download problems. Thank again.
Sorry for my English. Now you can, read on! As the lucky owner of one of the just 2. Apart fom the soundtracks, the download also includes La Traviata Vocal and Orchestral Scoresheets in PDF format, together with a text file relating the interesting story of this fabulous edition.
Though its source is monophonic, it reveals to the listener the completeness of what took place on the Sao Carlos stage on the evening of March 27th, , capturing even the subtlest details of Kraus and La Divina's operatic genius. Much has been said about the detailed web of vocal inflections in which Callas created her characters. Her Violetta breathes through the subtle embroidery of vocal colours. One only needs to listen to the courtesan's entrance in the first act in order to witness the first sublime strokes made by the Greek soprano.
A willful "lo voglio? A skeptical smile in "Scherzate", the refined irony in "Voi, Barone, non foste altrettanto", followed by delicate dynamic contrasts in the famous "Brindisi". Thanks to the superior sound quality of RDP's Traviata, listeners can feast and be marveled by many more examples of Callas miraculous artistry. In previous releases, those same examples are muffled and obscured, seem diluted and almost disappear.
To paraphrase La Divina, when comparing RDP's reissue and previous bootleg editions, the differences are dramatic as champagne and water. At the conclusion of the recording, a bonus track reveals a message from Maria Callas dedicated to the portuguese audience in a bonus track, taped in anticipation of her performance. Acto 1 - Libiamo ne' lieti calici Acto 1 - Un di felice, eterea Acto 1 - Ebben?
Acto 1 - Follie! Acto 2 - Lunge da lei per me non v'ha diletto Acto 2 - De' miei bollenti spiriti