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Don Carlo
     

Don Carlo

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Director: James Levine, Grace Bumbry, Plácido Domingo, Mirella Freni

Cast: James Levine, Grace Bumbry, Plácido Domingo, Mirella Freni

 

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This video presents the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra and Chorus in a sumptuous production of Verdi's classic opera Don Carlos. Set in the court of Philip II of Spain, the tale of love and intrigue unfolds amidst a lavish set and gorgeous costumes. Creating unforgettable characters are popular operatic stars Placido Domingo, Mirella Ferri, and Louis Quilico. The

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This video presents the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra and Chorus in a sumptuous production of Verdi's classic opera Don Carlos. Set in the court of Philip II of Spain, the tale of love and intrigue unfolds amidst a lavish set and gorgeous costumes. Creating unforgettable characters are popular operatic stars Placido Domingo, Mirella Ferri, and Louis Quilico. The opera is performed in Italian. ~ Rose of Sharon Winter

Product Details

Release Date:
11/22/2005
UPC:
0044007340851
Original Release:
1983
Source:
Deutsche Grammophon
Region Code:
0
Sound:
[stereo, DTS 5.1-Channel Surround Sound, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Time:
3:33:00
Sales rank:
60,740

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Picture gallery ("Don Carlo" at the met); Trailers

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Don Carlo 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This opera hardly lets up for a second- political intrigue, murder, marital affairs, revenge, religious scheming, backstabbing, betrayed loyalties, deceit, what more could you want. It's often cut due to it's length and the demands it places on the opera house, but the Met does it complete here. Freni deliberately plays Elisabetta without much emotion, making her dignified and regal. This is the first time I've seen Bumbry, and she is very very good- a rich voice and excellent acting. Domingo, as always, ''gets into'' his character so well. Quilico's acting is a little forced, but he dies wonderfully. I've never liked Ghiaurov much, but he interacts well with the other singers. In short, this isn't a perfect cast, but everyone does an excellent job with Verdi's splendid music. However, you may want to wait until 5/13/03 when the French version with Mattila, Meier, Alagna, Hampson, van Dam and Pappano comes out. I had it on laserdisc, and I liked it better than this one.