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Wydawnictwo: Orfeo
Seria: Wiener Staatsoper Live
Nr katalogowy: C 931182
Nośnik: 2 CD
Data wydania: lipiec 2018
EAN: 4011790931227
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Epoka muzyczna: romantyzm
Obszar (język): włoski
Rodzaj: opera

Donizetti: Lucia di Lammermoor

Orfeo - C 931182
Matteo Manuguerra - Enrico, Lord Henry Ashton
Edita Gruberova - Lucia
Peter Dvorský - Edgardo, Sir Edgar Ravenswood
Thomas Moser - Arturo, Lord Arthur Bucklaw
Siegfried Vogel - Raimondo Bidebent
Czeslawa Slania - Alisa
Christopher Doig - Normanno
Chor und Orchester der Wiener Staatsoper / Giuseppe Patane
Utwory na płycie:
CD 1:
Parte prima - Atto unico
Parte seconda - Atto primo

CD 2:
Atto secondo
The global careers of not one but two Slovakian singers were launched on March 23, 1978 in Vienna’s State Opera: that of then-27-year-old tenor Peter Dvorský, and above all that of 31-year-old Edita Gruberova, hers a career which has endured to this day. Despite her success there in the role of Zerbinetta just eighteen months earlier, she was then still an insider tip for such a large bel canto role. Although studio recordings from subsequent years (1984, 1992 and 2003) exist of this role which would later become Gruberova’s hallmark – one she sang eighty-eight times in Vienna alone – this early live recording has a quality that is missing from later recordings: the maidenly determination and yet stupendous vocal perfection (including her flawless high E flat) that Gruberova delivers in her portrayal, her inimitable sonorous timbre – which she retains to this day – alongside the wonderfully intimate and yet tense partnership with Dvorský, whose passionate, burning tenor provides a unique highlight in his first duet with Gruberova’s Lucia and supplies a further high point in the tricky final scene on a recording not short of such brilliant climaxes. Matteo Manuguerra’s reading of Lucia’s brother Enrico is a perilously relentless, masculine tour de force. Last but not least, the quickening touch of Giuseppe Patane’s baton makes this a gem among the treasures of Edita Gruberova’s discography, one never short of outstanding testimony to her consummate vocal skill and is a wonderful addition to that of Peter Dvorský, whose discography is sadly not so bountiful. The Neapolitan conductor, who was highly regarded in Munich for his performances of Italian repertoire, transforms a singing festival into an exciting music drama in the way that he leads the Vienna Philharmonic in a highly flexible and dynamic manner through the musical narrative.

Recording from Osterreichischen Rundfunks Wiener Staatsoper, 23 March 1978

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