The Compact Opera Collection: Verdi: Un Ballo in Maschera

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02/11/2003 CD Very good Cd d12.

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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/11/2003
  • Label: Decca
  • UPC: 028947058625
  • Catalog Number: 470586

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1–35 Un ballo in maschera, opera - Giuseppe Verdi & Colin Davis (130:38)
    Composed byGiuseppe Verdi
    Conducted byColin Davis
    Performed byColin Davis, John Bacon, Montserrat Caballé, José Carreras, William Elvin, Sona Ghazarian, Gwynne Howell, Robin Leggate, Robert Lloyd, Royal Opera House Covent Garden Chorus and Orchest, Patricia Payne, Royal Opera House Chorus Covent Garden, Jonathan Summers, Ingvar Wixell
    1. 1Preludio
    2. 2Act 1. Posa in pace
    3. 3Act 1. S'avanza il Conte...La rivedrà nell'estasi
    4. 4Act 1. Il cenno mio di là con essi attendi
    5. 5Act 1. Alla vita che t'aride...Il primo Giudice
    6. 6Act 1. Volta la terrea fronte alle stelle
    7. 7Act 1. Signori: oggi d'Ulrica alla magion v'invito...Ogni cura si doni al diletto
    8. 8Act 1. Zitti...l'incanto non dèssi turbare...Re dell'abisso, affrettati...È lui, è lui!
    9. 9Act 1. Su, fatemi largo, saper vo' il mio fato
    10. 10Act 1. Che v'agita così?...Della città all'occaso
    11. 11Act 1. Su, profetessa, monta il treppiè
    12. 12Act 1. Di' tu se fedele il flutto m'aspetta
    13. 13Act 1. Chi voi siate, l'audace parola può nel pianto prorompere
    14. 14Act 1. È scherzo od è follia siffatta profezia
    15. 15Act 1. Finisci il vaticinio...O figlio d'Inghilterra
    16. 16Act 2. Preludio
    17. 17Act 2. Ecco l'orrido campo
    18. 18Act 2. Ma dall'arido stelo divulsa
    19. 19Act 2. Teco io sto. - Gran Dio!...Non sai tu che se l'anima mia il rimorso dilacera
    20. 20Act 2. M'ami, m'ami!...Oh, qual soave brivido
    21. 21Act 2. Ahimè! s'appressa alcun!...Tu qui! - Per salvarti da lor
    22. 22Act 2. Seguitemi. - (Mio Dio!)
    23. 23Act 2. Ve', se di notte qui colla sposa
    24. 24Act 3. A tal colpa è nulla il pianto
    25. 25Act 3. Morrò, ma prima in grazia
    26. 26Act 3. Alzati; là tuo figlio a te concedo riveder
    27. 27Act 3. Eri tu che macchiavi quell'anima
    28. 28Act 3. Siam soli...Dunque l'onta di tutti sol una...V'è Oscarre
    29. 29Act 3. Il messaggio entri...Di che fulgor, che musiche
    30. 30Act 3. Forse la soglia attinse
    31. 31Act 3. Ma se m'è forza perderti
    32. 32Act 3. Ah! dessa è là...Ignota donna questo foglio diemmi...Fervono amori e danze...Altro de' nostr
    33. 33Act 3. Saper vorreste di che si veste...Fervono amori e danze
    34. 34Act 3. Ah! perché qui! fuggite...T'amo sì, t'amo, e in lagrime...E tu ricevi il mio
    35. 35Act 3. Ella è pura...Cor sì grande e generoso
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Not terrible...not great

    I initially bought this recording...but then it bothered me so much that I returned it and got the Callas 1956 recording on EMI. It has it's good points. For example, Caballe's "Morro' ma prima in grazia" is ravishing with her amazing diminuendo on the last note to a haunting pianissimo. She is notorious for the extreme control she has over her voice. However, she is also notorious for having a kind of hefty, breathy sound. I own her RCA recording of Pagliacci with Domingo and Milnes and didn't notice this kind of singing, but I did notice it here. Carreras does some very fine singing in this recording, but at times his high notes sound extremely strained...almost like it takes a second for his vibrato to start. Patricia Payne as Ulrica is ok but nothing in comparison to Fedora Barbieri or Larissa Diadkova, who I saw sing the role live. Payne has a decent lower range but as soon as she sings higher it becomes strained, with little control "up top." When she enters with "E' lui, e' lui" it sounds like she's choking...that was probably the one thing that made me want to return this recording the most. Ingvar Wixell, while not my favorite baritone, does a nice job on this recording. His "Eri tu" is especially remarkable. Sona Ghazarian is, aside from Wixell, probably the strongest member of this cast as Oscar. She has a bright, vibrant tone and is always audible but not over the top. Overall, this is an ok recording but I wouldn't recommend it. You'd be better off buying the 1956 Callas recording or the Pavarotti recording on Decca with the great Solti conducting.

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