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  1. Mar 17,  · Giuseppe Verdi La Traviata Orchestra del Teatro alla Scala di Milano Carlo Maria Giulini Milano Maria Callas Giuseppe di Stefano Ettore Bastianini ARKADIA.
  2. Alfredo! Voi! (Alfredo / Flora / Violetta / Barone / Gastone) Giuseppe Verdi Opera in tre atti/Opera in three acts • Oper in drei Akten • Opéra en trois actes Compact Disc 1 Compact Disc 2
  3. Oberto, Conte di San Bonifacio is an opera in two acts by Giuseppe Verdi to an Italian libretto by Temistocle Solera, based on an existing libretto by Antonio Piazza [] probably called Rocester.. It was Verdi's first opera, written over a period of four years, and was first performed at the Teatro alla Scala, Milan, on 17 November The La Scala production enjoyed "a fair success" and the.
  4. Verdi at the Met captures the drama of Verdi’s greatest operas as they were performed live at The Metropolitan Opera in New York. These ten recordings cover four decades starting with La Traviata in and feature some of the best-loved voices and conductors of the twentieth century.
  5. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Verdi: La Traviata - Maria Callas, Franco Ghione, Alfredo Kraus on AllMusic -
  6. on back cover: "7 Complete Operas! 14 CDs! This collector´s box set contains a 24 page booklet with an essay on Giuseppe Verdi, rare historic photos, complete Cast lists, and Short synopses of each opera." - Macbeth: Live Performance, Vienna, April 18, - Rigoletto: .
  7. I have only seen a few operas but the music punctuates what I discovered as a child when I was taken to my first opera, "Carmen." The joy has lived with me into adulthood and I remain a "good listener." You wont be sorry by having, "Opera's Greatest Moments" in your collection, thank you Amazon for making this masterpiece available/5(25).
  8. The last of the three great operas of Giuseppe Verdi's middle period, La Traviata is now one of his most popular works. Written for the Teatro la Fenice in Venice, it was first heard on March 6, The libretto, by Francesco Maria Piave, details the ill-fated love affair between a young gentleman named Alfredo Germont and a terminally ill courtesan named Violetta.