PUCCINI La Bohème Levine DVD-VIDEO

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GIACOMO PUCCINI

La Bohème
Renata Scotto · Luciano Pavarotti · Maralin Niska
Ingvar Wixell · Allan Monk · Paul Plishka
Italo Tajo · Andrea Velis
The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra and Chorus
James Levine
Int. Release 31 Aug. 2005
1 DVD-Video
DVD-VIDEO NTSC 0440 073 4025 7 GH
STEREO: PCM / SURROUND: Dolby Digital 5.1 & DTS 5.1
Picture Format: 4:3
Subtitles: Italian/German/English/French/Spanish/Chinese
A production of Metropolitan Opera Association, Inc.
A live MET television broadcast!


トラック・リスト

Tony Randall

Giacomo Puccini (1858 - 1924)
La Bohème

Act 1

Ingvar Wixell, Luciano Pavarotti, Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, James Levine

Ingvar Wixell, Luciano Pavarotti, Paul Plishka, Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, James Levine

Luciano Pavarotti, Ingvar Wixell, Allan Monk, Paul Plishka, Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, James Levine

Luciano Pavarotti, Ingvar Wixell, Allan Monk, Italo Tajo, Paul Plishka, Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, James Levine

Tosca

Act 3

Renata Scotto, Luciano Pavarotti, Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, James Levine

La Bohème

Act 1

Renata Scotto, Luciano Pavarotti, Allan Monk, Ingvar Wixell, Paul Plishka, Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, James Levine

Renata Scotto, Luciano Pavarotti, Ingvar Wixell, Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, James Levine

Act 2

Renata Scotto, Ingvar Wixell, Luciano Pavarotti, Dale Caldwell, Allan Monk, Paul Plishka, Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, James Levine, Metropolitan Opera Chorus, David Stivender

Renata Scotto, Luciano Pavarotti, Dale Caldwell, Ingvar Wixell, Allan Monk, Paul Plishka, Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, James Levine, Metropolitan Opera Chorus, David Stivender

Renata Scotto, Maralin Niska, Ingvar Wixell, Allan Monk, Luciano Pavarotti, Andrea Velis, Paul Plishka, Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, James Levine, Metropolitan Opera Chorus, David Stivender

14.
3:31

Maralin Niska, Renata Scotto, Ingvar Wixell, Luciano Pavarotti, Andrea Velis, Allan Monk, Paul Plishka, Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, James Levine

Maralin Niska, Renata Scotto, Andrea Velis, Luciano Pavarotti, Ingvar Wixell, Allan Monk, Paul Plishka, Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, James Levine

Maralin Niska, Luciano Pavarotti, Ingvar Wixell, Allan Monk, Paul Plishka, Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, James Levine, Metropolitan Opera Chorus, David Stivender

Act 3

Maralin Niska, Domenico Simeone, Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, James Levine, Metropolitan Opera Chorus, David Stivender

Renata Scotto, Paul de Paola, Domenico Simeone, Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, James Levine

19.
5:03

Renata Scotto, Ingvar Wixell, Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, James Levine

Renata Scotto, Luciano Pavarotti, Ingvar Wixell, Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, James Levine

Renata Scotto, Maralin Niska, Luciano Pavarotti, Ingvar Wixell, Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, James Levine

Act 4

23.
2:02

Luciano Pavarotti, Ingvar Wixell, Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, James Levine

25.
3:55

Luciano Pavarotti, Ingvar Wixell, Allan Monk, Paul Plishka, Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, James Levine

Renata Scotto, Maralin Niska, Luciano Pavarotti, Ingvar Wixell, Allan Monk, Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, James Levine

Allan Monk, Paul Plishka, Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, James Levine

28.
5:18

Renata Scotto, Luciano Pavarotti, Allan Monk, Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, James Levine

Renata Scotto, Maralin Niska, Luciano Pavarotti, Ingvar Wixell, Allan Monk, Paul Plishka, Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, James Levine

Luciano Pavarotti

James Levine

Renata Scotto

Tony Randall

再生時間合計 2:29:00

A newly issued Metropolitan Opera performance from March 1977 was the first ever Met live telecast, with Renata Scotto and a younger Pavarotti, plausible as Rodolfo. Both are in very fine voice here. Scotto is a memorable Mimì, and Pavarotti is at his most involving. The supporting cast is strong: Maralin Niska as a flamboyant Musetta, and Ingvar Wixell, Allan Monk and Paul Plishka as Marcello, Schaunard and Colline. Levine conducts with great style and purpose . . . Fabrizio Melano¿s production . . . has imaginative touches and the singers respond to his direction . . . As a bonus there are interviews with Pavarotti, Levine and Scotto. The latter has some fascinating things to say about her approach to the role of Mimì and how she achieves such dramatic intensity on stage.

Rodolfo was Pavarotti's signature role, and he was in peak form in 1977. He is funny, warm, touching, and believable, and a consummate vocal stylist . . . Scotto . . . is . . . a most appealing and Italianate Mimì. Today's young singers could learn a lot about coloring and shading their voices for expressive purposes from this performance alone. In the same vein as Magda Olivero and Claudia Muzio, her singing is a paragon of class, communication, and emotional authenticity . . . the brightness of her [Niska's] voice makes her an excellent foil for Scotto . . . It made me cry for both joy and grief several times, and really, what would be the point otherwise?

Mit Renata Scotto konnte die Met seinerzeit eine zweite große Sängerpersönlichkeit aufbieten. Sie präsentierte die Mimi -- erwartungsgemäß -- nicht als passive Schönheit voller lyrischer Eleganz, sondern als bodenständige heroische Frau, die nach dem Aufblühen der Liebe körperliches und seelisches Leid bis hin zum Tod erleben muss.

. . . Scotto, timbre tranchant et mise ingrate, est extraordinaire de présence et d¿émotion.

Levine dirige con gran soltura y habilidad a la magnífica orquesta del Metropoiltan. Finalmente, cabe destacar la magnífica escenografía y diseño de vestuario de Pier Luigi Pizzi.

Levine concierta con su habitual conocimiento y cuidado a unos conjuntos que conoce perfectamente.

La pareja protagonista es simplemente excelente . . . Pavarotti . . . borda cada frase, cada matiz y traslada la profunda humanidad del poeta . . . Levine concierta con su elevado nivel habitual, encontrándose muy a gusto en el repertorio verista.