Anna Netrebko: The Woman, The VoiceDirector: Anna Netrebko
Cast: Anna Netrebko
A woman whose beauty is matched by her talent, Anna Netrebko has become one of the most acclaimed new talents in classical vocal music, and this special presentation features her performing a series of famous arias from the great operas. In Anna Netrebko: The Woman, the Voice, the diva performs highlights from Faust, Don Giovanni, La Sonnambula, La Bohème, and Rusalka is a series of set pieces staged by the noted director and choreographer Vincent Paterson.
- Release Date:
- Deutsche Grammophon
- Region Code:
- [Wide Screen]
- [stereo, DTS 5.1-Channel Surround Sound, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
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The Making of the Film
Life & Childhood
Love & Friendship
Début In St. Petersburg
The Soul of Music
Career & Profession
About the Film Project
Synopses for Video Clips
Faust: Marguerite -"Jewel Song"
La Bohème "Musetta's Waltz"
Don Giovanni: Donna Anna -"Crudele?"
La Sonnambula: Amina -"Care Compagne"
Rusalka: Rusalka -"Song to the Moon"
Live on Stage
La Traviata: Duet Alfredo - Violetta (Act I) Bayerische Staatsoper, Munich
La Traviata: Scena and Aria - Act I Finale Wiener Staatsoper, Vienna
Ruslan and Lyudmila: Aria From Act I - Mariinsky Theatre, St. Petersburg
The Début Album "Opera Arias"
Mozart: Idomeneo - "Quando Avran Fine Omai ... Padre, Germani, Addio!"
Mozart: Don Giovanni - "Crudele? - Ah No, Mio Bene! ... Non Mi Dir"
Berlioz: Benvenuto Cellini - "Les Belles Fleurs! ... Quand J'aurau Votre Âge"
Massenet: Manon - "Suis-je Gentille Ainsi?...Obéissons, Quand Leur Voix Appelle"
Donizetti: Lucia Di Lammermoor - "Ancor Non Giunse! ... Regnava Nel Silenzio"
Bellini: La Sonnambula - "Care Compagne ... Come Per Me Sereno"
Gounod: Faust - "Les Grands Seigneurs ... Ah! Je Ris De Me Voir" (Jewel Song)
Dvorák: Rusalka - "Mesícku Na Nebi Hlubokém" (Song to the Moon)
Puccini: La Bohème - "Quando Men Vo" (Mesetta's Waltz)
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I bought this DVD thinking that it was what most opera DVD's are, namely, a video presentation of "live" performances. Unfortunately, this DVD presents a set of staged sequences to which Ms. Netrebko lip syncs. If you simply want to look at the beautiful Ms. Netrebko, then this would be an appropriate purchase. If you want to see her singing "live," then obviously this DVD would not be a wise choice.
This dvd has variety and it introduces younger generations to opera arias and it's a has great content. Anna Netrebko's voice is truly clear and easy to understand and one's delighted to hear and see such a beautiful voice in a beautiful soprano.
I bought this DVD with expectation of similar quality of Renee Fleming, Cecilia Bartoli, and other great singers' DVDs. It is a complete waste of my money and time. Unbelievably cheaply produced. In every aspect, Anna Netrbko is portrayed as a sex symbol rather than an artist. Her voice and artistry is not a main focus of the DVD. There is no live singing in the program at all but phony lip-sync with awful acting. A High school student can make a music video better than this. MTV music videos are supreme art if compared with this DVD.