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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/25/1990
  • Label: Emi Classics
  • UPC: 077776982724
  • Catalog Number: 69827


Disc 1
  1. 1–47 La Traviata, opera - Giuseppe Verdi & Richard van Allan (138:03)
    Composed byGiuseppe Verdi
    Conducted byJohn Alldis, Aldo Ceccato
    Performed byRichard van Allan, John Alldis, Mario Carlin, Aldo Ceccato, William Elvin, Keith Erwen, Mirella Fiorentini, Nicolai Gedda, John Alldis Choir, Robert Lloyd, Rolando Panerai, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Terence Sharpe, Beverly Sills, Delia Wallis
    1. 1Prelude [Act I]
    2. 2Dell'invito Tracorsa È Già L'ora [Act I
    3. 3Libiamo Ne'lieti Calici [Act I]
    4. 4Che È Ciò? [Act I]
    5. 5Un Dì, Felice, Eterea [Act I]
    6. 6Ebben? Che Diavol Fate? [Act I]
    7. 7Si Ridesta In Ciel L'aurora [Act I]
    8. 8È Strano [Act I]
    9. 9Ah, Fors'è Lui [Act I]
    10. 10Follie! Follie! [Act I]
    11. 11La Traviata, opera: Sempre Libera [Act
    12. 12Lunge Da Lei [Act III, Scene I]
    13. 13De' Miei Bollenti Spiriti [Act III, Sce
    14. 14Annina, Donde Vieni? [Act III, Scene I]
    15. 15Oh Mio Rimorso! Oh, Infamia! [Act III,
    16. 16Alfredo? Per Parigi Or Or Partiva [Act
    17. 17Pura Siccome Un Angelo [Act III, Scene
    18. 18Non Sapete Quale Affetto [Act III, Scen
    19. 19Un Dì, Quando Le Veneri [Act III, Scene
    20. 20Ah! Dite Alla Giovine [Act III, Scene I
    21. 21Imponete. Non Amarlo Ditegli [Act III,
    22. 22Morrò! La Mia Memoria [Act III, Scene I
    23. 23Dammi Tu Forza, O Cielo! [Act III, Scen
    24. 24Che Fai?...Ai Piedi Suoi Mi Getterò [Ac
    25. 25Ah, Vive Sol Quel Core [Act II, Scene I
    26. 26Di Provenza Il Mar, Il Suol [Act II, Sc
    27. 27Nè Rispondi D'un Padre All'affetto? [Ac
    28. 28No, Non Udrai Rimproveri [Act II, Scene
    29. 29Avrem Lieta Di Maschere La Notte [Act I
    30. 30Noi Siamo Zingarelle [Act II, Scene II]
    31. 31Di Madride Noi Siam Mattadori [Act II,
    32. 32Alfredo! Voi! [Act II, Scene II]
    33. 33Invitato A Qui Seguirmi [Act II, Scene
    34. 34Ogni Suo Aver Tal Femmina [Act II, Scen
    35. 35Di Sprezzo Degno Sè Stesso Rende [Act I
    36. 36Alfredo, Di Questo Core [Act II, Scene
    37. 37Prelude [Act III]
    38. 38Annina? Comandate? [Act III]
    39. 39Teneste La Promessa [Act III]
    40. 40Addio, Del Passato [Act III]
    41. 41Largo Al Quadrupede [Act III]
    42. 42Signora! Che T'accadde? [Act III]
    43. 43Parigi, O Cara, Noi Lasceremo [Act III]
    44. 44Ah, Non Più, A Un Tempio
    45. 45Ma Se Tornando...Ah! Gran Dio! Morir Sì
    46. 46Ah, Violetta! Voi, Signor! [Act III]
    47. 47Prendi, Quest'è L'immagine...Se Una Pud
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Beverly Sills Primary Artist
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A Traviata for The Ages

    I hope that this recording is never allowed to go out of print, as some of Sills other recordings have (notably the French Aria album that EMI did...EMI pay attention!!). I love this opera and have bought numerous recordings of it. All of them are disappointing in some way, shape or form. This recording is the best, with terrific singing from Sills, Gedda, and Panerai, who all turn in incredible performances, as does the Royal Philharmonic. With the tragic and untimely death of Sills from lung cancer last summer (a cruel irony for such a talented singer), it would be nice to see all of her recordings return to print. As for Traviata recordings, I'll probably continue buying them when new and interesting casts appear in the market, but currently, there is no other set out there that can beat this one.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Love it!

    I generally enjoy EMI's recordings. This one was absolutely fantastic! Beverly Sills is absolutely heart-rending in this performance.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    The Best Traviata You Will Ever Hear

    If you want to hear La Traviata sung properly, with all the repeats as Verdi intended it to be sung, this is the one. Beverley Sills is wonderful Nicolai Gedda at his best and Rolando Panerai is untouchable as ever.

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