The Vocal Scene with George Jellinek: Mozart Rarities

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Wednesday, November 27, 2013

In this episode of The Vocal Scene from 2002, George Jellinek explores some rarely-heard vocal gems by Mozart.


Mitridate, Re di Ponto: Farnace’s aria “Venga pur, minacci,” sung by Vessalina Kaserova

I Sogno di Scipioni: Fortuna’s Aria, "Lieve son al par del vento” - Renee Fleming, Charles Mackerras, conductor

La Finta Giardiniera: Count Belfiore: “Gia divento freddo" Raul Gimenez, Barry Wordsworth , conductor, Royal Opera House Orchestra, Covent Garden

Two vignettes: Erika Koth, Peter Schreier, Hermann Prey, Walter Berry

Il Curioso in Discreto: "No che non sei capace," sung by Edita Gruberova, Nicholas Harnoncourt, conductor

Davide Penitente: "Lungi le cure," sung by Cecilia Bartoli; Jorg Fischer, conductor

Concert Aria: "Non so d’onde viene," sung by Jozsef Gregor; Paul Tamas, conductor

Antonio Soler: Il Burbero di buon core: "Vado ma dove?" Gundula Janowitz; Wilfred Boettcher, conductor

Mozart: Lucio Silla K.135: Finale: Edita Gruberova, Dawn Upshaw, Yvonne Kenny, Cecilia Bartoli, Peter Schreier, Nicholas Harnoncourt, conductor; Vienna Concentus Musicus; Arnold Schoenberg Choir

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Comments [1]


what a wonderful replay

Nov. 27 2013 10:41 PM

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