This film tells the story of one of the most magic moments of music. The beginning of 1964 held a great surprise for the music world: Maria Callas returns to the opera stage as prima donna. Her “Tosca” at the Royal Opera House becomes a sensation. Not even the Beatles received more press coverage. All this, for an artist whose glorious career was said to be over, with the singer herself passing over to legend. It is no longer her performances, but her scandals that, are dominating the headlines. Unlucky in love with her billionaire boyfriend Aristotle Onassis, Maria Callas wants to show them all that the title of ”Primadonna assoluta” is still rightfully hers. On condition that famed stage director Franco Zeffirelli takes on the production, the exceptional vocalist is prepared to take on the role of Tosca. Her fans queue outside the Royal Opera House in London’s Covent Garden for four, even five nights. To get their hands on the sought after tickets, they spend the freezing winter nights in sleeping bags and on fold up chairs. The film tells the story of the event from today´s perspective and features interviews with Antonio Pappano, Rolando Villazón, Rufus Wainwright, Thomas Hampson, Anna Prohaska Wolfgang Joop, Jürgen Kesting, Brian McMaster, Kristine Opolais. As bonus the performance of Tosca´s second act is included. It is one of the most dramatic acts in opera history. The film recording is one of the few opportunities to see Maria Callas on stage and witness her emotional dramatics and vocal competence. Facebook: facebook.com/CmajorEntertainment Twitter: twitter.com/CmajorEnt1 Cmajor Shop: www.shop.cmajor-entertainment.com/
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http://www.maria-callas.com Callas’s only operatic appearances in Germany were Lucia di Lammermoor, with Karajan conducting, in Berlin in 1955, and La sonnambula in Cologne in 1957, but in both 1959 and 1962 she made concert tours of the country, visiting Hamburg twice. The video recordings of her concerts in the city showcase her in a dazzling variety of Italian and French repertoire for both soprano and mezzo-soprano: three contrasting Verdi roles (Lady Macbeth, Elvira from Ernani and Elisabetta from Don Carlo); Imogene from Bellini’s Il pirata; Giulia from La vestale; Chimène from Massenet’s Le Cid; Verdi’s most explosively dramatic aria for mezzo-soprano – Eboli’s ‘On don fatale’ from Don Carlo; Carmen’s seductive Habanera and Seguédille and, from Rossini’s La Cenerentola, Angelina’s final rondo, which magically combines modest charm and sparkling virtuosity. __________ Warner Classics ► Website: http://www.warnerclassics.com Subscribe to our: ► YT- Channel: https://wnrcl.me/subscribeYT ► Newsletter https://wnrcl.me/subscribeNL Follow us on: ► Facebook: http://www.fb.com/WarnerClassicsErato ► Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/warner_classics ► Twitter: http://twitter.com/WarnerClassics ► YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/warnerclassics Listen to us on: ► Spotify: http://open.spotify.com/user/warnerclassics ► Apple Music: http://itunes.apple.com/curator/warner-classics/1153741571 ► Deezer https://www.deezer.com/profile/321050935 Warner Classics is the home of classical music, featuring iconic high audio quality recordings from the greatest classical legends, opera stars and orchestras of the last century. Discover our unique collection of live performances, studio sessions and films featuring Maria Callas, Jacqueline du Pré, Nigel Kennedy, Mstislav Rostropovich, Yehudi Menuhin, Itzhak Perlman, Herbert von Karajan, Berliner Philharmoniker and more. Along with its sister label Erato, Warner Classics continues this tradition with today's most in-demand classical artists, such as Philippe Jaroussky, Joyce DiDonato, Diana Damrau, Emmanuel Pahud, Alexandre Tharaud, Sir Antonio Pappano, Christina Pluhar and Renaud Capuçon. Enjoy this ever-expanding library of official performance videos and exclusive interviews from the classical greats. Check back regularly for more music from your favourite composers including Bach, Mozart, Chopin, Debussy, Satie, Beethoven, Vivaldi, Handel and more.
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Highlighted comments from the commenters below: -From ghostofyeats: In terms of pure musical thrill, this is my favorite Callas moment. The variation on the last verse with the staccati up to Eb and descent to Ab is magical, but what I love most is actually the part immediately after (at 2:43). Bernstein's tempo is breathtakingly fast, but Callas dispatches the series of turns with arrogant ease. She is the only person who does the 'con gran forza' on the last set of sixteenth notes. It's a pure diva move, but also exactly what Bellini has written into the score. Then, of course, she follows up with a laser-like Eb that bursts out of nowhere. It's one of my favorite moments because it isn't an interpolation or a cadenza, just a superhuman interpretation of Bellini's written notes, that no one else has come even close to. (There is a muffled 1965 version with Sutherland that comes close, but Bonynge's awful conducting elsewhere ruins it.) -BZBlaner: If a vocal ornament could reach diamond status, the ascending staccati to E-flat at 2:18 would be it. I cannot even begin to fathom the amount of voice physiology involved. A true butterfly. -tonshaad1230: They claim 1952 was the year of Callas, same for 1950 Mexico. For me? Anything after '54-''65 is her years. The voice of opera, the complete and outstanding female queen of Opera showed her true colors after losing the weight and it showed in her easy vocalisms. For example, she demonstrates messa di voce and allarrendo on staccato notes! No one has done that and maintained the flow of the melody, with a clear-cut example of legatissimo! Wondrous examples as usual Lohengrin. I haven't been on commenting on your videos but know I am still here, lurking to my "dear public" -From Théodore Gavaliatsis: After the crystal-clear staccato ascending passage she deliciously descends down to lower contralto chest-notes, makes it sound as easy as breathing. I have to admit this descending variation to the low Aflat is so thrilling and equally beautiful to the perfectly executed ascending staccati cascade. Sutherland also uses this lower variation in the first recording of Sonnambula where she is vocally on fire but I doubt she ever sang it live. It sounds like the badge of honor of a true Assoluta. Disclaimer - I own nothing
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Maria Callas - Constanze's aria: ''Every kind of torture may lie in wait for me''. The Abduction from the Seraglio by Mozart. Photo by Henry Clarke, courtesy of ''Vogue''. Paris 1964. http://www.limelightmagazine.com.au/Article/358421,maria-callas-the-ultimate-diva.aspx?utm_source=feed&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=Limelight+Opera+feed
Views: 49647 Konstantinos Paliatsaras
Maria Callas, soprano. Orchestre de la Sociéte des Concerts du Conservatorie. Dir. Nicola Rescigno
Views: 76083 Navarro Lorenzo
Maria Callas, O mio babbino caro, full programme available here http://www.medici.tv/#/maria-callas-in-paris O mio babbino caro Gianni Schicchi, Puccini Maria Callas soprano Georges Prêtre conductor Recorded at Théâtre des Champs-Elysées, Paris, in the 60's © Idéale Audience / img Artists Available on www.medici.tv, #1 in classical music | Like us on Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/medicitv | Follow us on Twitter : https://twitter.com/medicitv | Follow us on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/medici.tv/ Dive into the heart of classical music with medici.tv! Get closer than ever to the artists you love and have an unforgettable experience with 100+ live webcasts each year and 1,800+ videos. A rare and exclusive selection of concerts, ballets, operas, documentaries, master classes, behind-the-scenes and interviews!
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Diana Damrau sings Mozart's "Queen of the Night" aria, from her album "Arie Di Bravura" (Mozart, Salieri and Righini Arias). Le Cercle de l'Harmonie / Jérémie Rhorer Album available on: http://bit.ly/Mozart-Righini-Salieri More information: http://www.emiclassics.com/diana-damrau __________ Warner Classics ► Website: http://www.warnerclassics.com Subscribe to our: ► YT- Channel: https://wnrcl.me/subscribeYT ► Newsletter https://wnrcl.me/subscribeNL Follow us on: ► Facebook: http://www.fb.com/WarnerClassicsErato ► Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/warner_classics ► Twitter: http://twitter.com/WarnerClassics ► YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/warnerclassics Listen to us on: ► Spotify: http://open.spotify.com/user/warnerclassics ► Apple Music: http://itunes.apple.com/curator/warner-classics/1153741571 ► Deezer https://www.deezer.com/profile/321050935 Warner Classics is the home of classical music, featuring iconic high audio quality recordings from the greatest classical legends, opera stars and orchestras of the last century. Discover our unique collection of live performances, studio sessions and films featuring Maria Callas, Jacqueline du Pré, Nigel Kennedy, Mstislav Rostropovich, Yehudi Menuhin, Itzhak Perlman, Herbert von Karajan, Berliner Philharmoniker and more. Along with its sister label Erato, Warner Classics continues this tradition with today's most in-demand classical artists, such as Philippe Jaroussky, Joyce DiDonato, Diana Damrau, Emmanuel Pahud, Alexandre Tharaud, Sir Antonio Pappano, Christina Pluhar and Renaud Capuçon. Enjoy this ever-expanding library of official performance videos and exclusive interviews from the classical greats. Check back regularly for more music from your favourite composers including Bach, Mozart, Chopin, Debussy, Satie, Beethoven, Vivaldi, Handel and more.
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http://dennis-tschirner.jimdo.com/ https://www.facebook.com/dennis.tschirner.vocalist/ Act III Chorus and Orchestra of the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino Andrea Morosini, Chorus Master Tullio Serafin, Conductor Recorded in the Teatro Communale, Florence, 1953
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Disclaimer - I own nothing Giuseppe Verdi - Nabucco Live, Napoli, 1949
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Maria callas sings habanera in covent garden 1962.
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Master classes in Juilliard. Mozart, Die Zauberflöte: Der Hölle Rache. Young, soprano. 25 October 1971.
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Soprano Diana Damrau sings 'Der Hölle Rache', the famous Queen of the Night aria from Mozart's The Magic Flute, with Dorothea Röschmann as Pamina. Find out more at http://www.roh.org.uk/flute Mozart wrote Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute) for a suburban theatre in Vienna, the Theater auf der Wieden. He drew on the magical spectacle and earthy comedy of popular Viennese theatre. As well as being a comedy, The Magic Flute is an expression of Mozart’s profound spiritual beliefs: Enlightenment concerns with the search for wisdom and virtue are at the heart of this enchanting tale. The Magic Flute was an instant success with audiences and Mozart’s supposed rival Salieri described it as an ‘operone’ – a great opera. David McVicar’s classic production embraces both the seriousness and comedy of Mozart’s work. The audience is transported to a fantastical world of dancing animals, flying machines and dazzlingly starry skies. The setting provides a wonderful backdrop for Mozart’s kaleidoscopic score, from the Queen of the Night’s coloratura fireworks to Tamino and Pamina’s lyrical love duets and Papageno’s hearty, folksong-like arias.
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A Gift for Everyone, if You Like It! For all the friends who love the art of Maria Callas ! I hope you enjoy it, Regards! Thanks Andre .Remastering For Me Director . New Copy , Director Georges Pretre ! For all the friends who love the art of Maria Callas ! I hope you enjoy it, Regards! Remastering Tito.- Disclaimer- Copyright . For all the friends who love the art of Maria Callas ! I hope you enjoy it, Regards! . To think that Maria Callas sang this traviata, sick, by a strong influenza.
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MOZART - The Queen of the Night - Lucia Popp from the Magic Flute .. See the Lyric below Der Hölle Rache kocht in meinem Herzen, Tod und Verzweiflung flammet um mich her! Fühlt nicht durch dich Sarastro Todesschmerzen, So bist du meine Tochter nimmermehr. Verstossen sei auf ewig, Verlassen sei auf ewig, Zertrümmert sei'n auf ewig Alle Bande der Natur Wenn nicht durch dich! Sarastro wird erblassen! Hört, Rachegötter, Hört der Mutter Schwur! English Translation of "Der Hölle Rache" The vengeance of Hell boils in my heart, Death and despair flame about me! If Sarastro does not through you feel The pain of death, Then you will be my daughter nevermore. Disowned may you be forever, Abandoned may you be forever, Destroyed be forever All the bonds of nature, If not through you Sarastro becomes pale! (as death) Hear, Gods of Revenge, Hear a mother's oath!
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By Giulia Zarantonello
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Loin de l'image d'un monde lyrique en proie à la concurrence et aux compétitions, Montserrat Caballé revient sur son amitié avec Maria Callas, qu'elle admirait. Celle-ci lui a prodigué de nombreux conseils professionnels, notamment dans le choix de ses rôles. Les deux divas avaient plus que des rôles en commun, elles se sont entraidées, Montserrat Caballé revient sur cette rencontre (archives INA - 1983) Pour plus d'informations : https://www.francemusique.fr/opera/video-montserrat-caballe-et-maria-callas-deux-divas-deux-amies-66000
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Bach's / Gounod's AVE MARIA by Amira Willighagen (9) Maria Callas (adult) & Connie Talbot (8) Amira maby the next Maria Callas in the future; who can telling that on this moment? But we are already verry proud at us own Dutch Mini Maria Callas. Amira got her roots from mothers side in South Africa. The name Amira means Princess. Note: The song with British Connie Talbot (8) was when she was the Ambassador of the US Marine Charity Foundation : Toys For Tots" and makes her tour in America at all the big tv-and radio stations and got her own big TV Show broadcast coast to coast (over 130 million watchers) more on me channel about this worldstar. On this moment is Connie the Ambassador for a foundation to help the poorest african children with food and education. Ther is also a Connie Talbot School in South Africa There is also a television song contest look likes The Voice Kids and is named Loocking For The Young Connie.. Connie sings not only Classical songs as Ave Maria, but also in every styl as Latin, Pop, Jazz, Reggae, Ballads, Old Classic Songs of the 20th century.*Chaplin, The Wizzard of Os, Louis Armstrong, The beatles, Michael jackson,Dolly Parton / Whitney Houston and more and sings in English, Japanese, Spanish and Latin Connie write also songs from tje age of 7. Beautiful World was the first song she wrote. Connie is on this momen age 13. . Amira is the winner of Holland's Got Talent and got more than 50% of all votes by peole at home. The song Ave Maria was on the semi final. (This list is not complete) ALBUMS CD/DVD of CONNIE TALBOT ( Born at november 20th 2000) Over the Rainbow CD 2007 Over The Rainbow New Edition CD 2008 Over The Rainbow CD/DVD Asian Version 2008 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zo8rP5oHEhg Winter Miracle CD 2008 Christmas Album CD 2008 Christmas Album-Special Edition CD 2009 Christmas Magic CD 2009 Connie Talbot's Holiday Magic CD 2009 Connie Talbot's Holiday Magic DVD 2009 Beautiful World CD 2012 SINGLES Three Little Birds 2008 I Will Always Love You 2008 Sail Away 2012 Happy Song 2012 Building Bridges 2012 Beautiful World 2012 written at age 7 / album and single Let's Get Alone 2013 A Tale Only The Rain Knows 2013 also as single (from the game Rain) GAMES Nintendo Wii - Over The Rainbow 2009. Connie's own Wii game as thirt in the world after The Beautles and ColdPlay (Connie age 8) PlayStation RAIN 2013 as vocalist for the game.(Connie age 12) The complete soundtrack of Rain is availeble as Music CD The song A Tale Only The Rain Knows is also as Single availeble. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wcN_2cZ9JLA
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Vincenzo Bellini (1801-1835) - Norma : Opera in Two Acts Casta Diva (00:00) The More Famous Overture (07:22) Act 1 Ite Sul Colle (13:16) Svanir Le Voci (23:18) Norma Viene (31:42) Sediziose Voci (36:27) Casta Diva (40:48) Fine Al Rito E Il Sacre Bosco (48:07) Sgombra È La Sacra Selva (53:13) Eccolo ! Va (59:16) Va, Crudele (1:00:53) Vanne, E Li Cela Entrambi (1:09:30) Oh, Rimembranza (1:17:37) Ma Di’ L’Amato Giovane (1:26:07) Oh Non Tremare (1:27:35) Oh Di Qual Sei Tu Vittima (1:29:09) Act 2 Dormono Entrambe.. Mi Chiami, O Norma! (1:37:22) Deh! Con Te (1:49:14) Mira, O Norma.. Cedi, Deh Cedi (1:53:28) Non Partì (2:00:42) Guerrieri, A Voi Venite.. Ah Del Tebro Al Gioggo Indegno (2:06:15) Ei Tornerà. Si.. Norma, Che Fu (2:11:09) Guerra! Guerra! (2:17:11) Nè Compi Il Rito.. Sacrilego Nemico (2:19:23) In Mia Man (2:23:37) Damni Quel Ferro (2:31:49) Qual Cor Tradisi (2:35:16) Norma, Deh! Norma Scolpati! (2:40:02) Norma : Maria Callas Pollione : Mario Filippeschi Adalgisa : Ebe Stignani Oroveso : Nicola Rossi-Lemeni Flavio : Paolo Caroli Clotilde : Rina Cavallari Coro del Teatro alla Scala, Milano Maestro del coro : Vittore Veneziani Orchestra del Teatro alla Scala, Milano Direttore : Tullio Serafin Mono recording in 1954 New mastering in 2018 by AB Label : EMI Callas and Norma, Wonderful excerpts to discover the work : 40:48 ; 1:17:37 ; 1:27:35 ; 1:29:09 ; 1:43:22 ; 1:49:31 ; 1:53:29 ; 2:12:16 ; 2:23:46 ; 2:24:23 ; 2:29:22 ; 2:42:43 Callas and Norma On 30th November 1948 the young Maria Callas made her debut in Bellini’s Norma at the Teatro Communale in Florence under the direction of Tullio Serafin, who prepared the 25-year-old soprano for that exacting role after her studies with Elvira de Hidalgo in Athens. Callas revived the Romantic bel canto style in a truly revolutionary manner with her individual voice and vast vocal range which extended from high coloratura to heavy, dark dramatic soprano. The tenor Mirto Picchi was her first Pollione and his memoirs vividly describe the elation of both public and critics alike after that first night in Florence. Zaffirelli has said ‘’Maria identified with Norma greatly. In a way it was her own story. Maria, after all, is a high priestess of her art. Yet, at the same time, she is the most fallible of women. Very human. As Norma, Maria created the maximum of what opera can be. In a lifetime, one can see many great things in the theatre, but to see Maria Callas in Norma, what is there to compare to it ? Puccini - Tosca (Callas,Di Stefano,Gobbi - recording of the Century : Victor De Sabata) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rkMx0CLWeRQ&list=PL3UZpQL9LIxNh-7OZfzx5gWWU5rbFpmcH Click to buy the cd : https://www.amazon.com/Vincenzo-Bellini-Stignani-Filippeschi-Rossi-Lemini/dp/B06XXB3DCD/ref=sr_1_16?ie=UTF8&qid=1530965519&sr=8-16&keywords=callas+norma
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SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/user/GonzoMusicTV/featured?sub_confirmation=1 Gold Medal, New York Film & TV Festival Tony Palmer’s film about Callas - 30th Anniversary Edition. Through a combination of archival footage and interviews, filmmaker Tony Palmer profiles the at once soaring and tragic life of opera legend Maria Callas, 'La Divina Assoluta'. Filmed on location in Athens, Rome, Milan, New York and London. "The definitive portrait. Electrifying, marvellous and deeply moving. It will never be bettered." - Daily Express "There are so many astonishing facts about Maria Callas… First, she was born not in Greece but in Manhattan and went to school there. Second, considering her colossal influence and in contrast to the pumped-up, preposterous, overpaid pipsqueak divas of today, her actual international career was tiny - 18 years at most. Third, and in spite of her reputation, her cancellation record was the lowest of any great singer of her day. Fourth, she rarely looked at the conductor during an opera, simply because she could not see him - she was very short sighted, and often appeared (partly as a result) to be in a trance while on stage. Fifth, she was betrayed by most of those intimate with her throughout her life, and eventually abandoned by many of those who should have known better and who claimed to have loved her. Sixth, she died almost penniless - even her grotesquely rich long-time lover, Onassis, whose marriage to Jackie Kennedy she only discovered by watching the 6 o’clock news, had invested her money in half a cargo boat, which sank. Paradoxically, although she died in 1977, her records today outsell every other recorded classical artist, and single-handedly keep EMI Classics afloat. Last, hers was not the most beautiful voice of her time, as she frequently admitted. Some days it worked, other days it just didn’t. In the end, those who met her in Paris in the seventies agree that she was one of the loneliest, most desperate of women they had ever encountered, slowly drugging herself to death. “Every day, thank God, is one day less”, she told Di Stefano. A summons to tea (for half an hour at most) often lasted until the early hours, with the guest or guests pleaded with not to leave. It was pathetic and horrible, but it was Callas. It was always Callas, and that was the secret and the magic. We witness on stage a broken woman who sings nakedly from her heart, about herself and her life, who acts with such incredible power and unashamed truth that we stagger back before what we know, in our hearts, is all of her. No artifice here; no vulgar posturings to which her absurd imitators - and there are many - aspire. Gheorghiou, Battle, Garrett - they cannot touch her hem. Maria - just a woman, who often spoke of Callas in the third person, in trouble, asking, begging sometimes, for our understanding and our love. She deserves it because there was no greater singing actress in our time. And she was only 53 when she died." - Tony Palmer 1. Ardoin & the tragic love story 2. Una voce poco fa - The Barber of Seville 3. Graziella Sciutti 4. Manhattan 5. Athens 6. Verona, Serafin & Rossi-Lemeni 7. Oh, s’io potessi - Il Pirata 8. Audrey Hepburn & Lord Harewood 9. Callas as a singing actor 10. La Scala & Visconti 11. Nacqui all’affanno - La Cenerentola 12. The ugly duckling & Meneghini 13. Rome opera & cancellations 14. A Greek Tragedy: Tu che la vanita - Don Carlos 15. Habanera - Carmen 16. Carlo Maria Giulini 17. Onassis & Divorce 18. Tosca & Tito Gobbi 19. Abortion & attempted suicide 20. Tacea la notte placida - Il Trovatore: Jackie Kennedy 21. Waiting to die: Ah, non credea mirarti - La Sonnambula 22. Medea & Pasolini 23. I never thought I was any good 24. Every day, thank God, is one day less 25. Vissi d’arte - Tosca 26. O mio bambino caro - Gianni Schlicchi 27. End credits With: Franco Zeffirelli, Giovanni Battista Meneghini, Aristotle Onassis, Graziella Sciutti, Luchino Visconti, Carlo Maria Giulini, Tito Gobbi, Giuseppe Di Stefano, Arda Mandikian, Nicola Rescigno, Nadia Stancioff, Nicola Rossi Lemeni, Lord Harewood, Sir John Tooley, John Copley, Jacques Bourgeois, Madame Biki, Elvira Di Hidalgo, Arianna Stassinopoulos, Michel Glotz & Polyvios Marchand. Directed & Edited by Tony Palmer Produced by Jill Marshall Associate Producers John Ardoin, Alan Capper, Alan Sievewright Sound mixed by Alan Dykes FIND OUT MORE: Gonzo Multimedia: http://www.gonzomultimedia.co.uk/ Gonzo Multimedia FB: https://www.facebook.com/Gonzo-Multimedia-304756449589666/ Tony Palmer: http://www.tonypalmer.org/
Views: 186656 Gonzo Music TV
Giacomo Puccini (1858-1924) - Madama Butterfly Opera Act 1 E soffitto.. E Pareti (00:00) Questa è la cameriera (02:09) Dovunque al mondo (06:24) Quale smania vi prende (10:39) Quanto cielo ! Ancora un passo via (14:42) Gran ventura (17:43) L’imperial commissario (21:24) Vieni, amor mio (23:57) Ieri son salita tutta sola (26:35) Ed eccoci in famiglia (31:40) Viene la sera (37:13) Bimba dagli occhi pieni di malia (40:34) Vogliatemi bene, un bene piccolino (44:41) Act 2 E inzaghi ed izanami (51:34) Un bel di vedremo (58:53) C’è entrate (1:03:31) Non lo sapete insomma (1:07:00) A voi però giurerei fede constante (1:08:52) Ora a noi (1:12:24) E questo ? E questo ? (1:18:37) Che tua madre dovrà (1:21:00) Lo scendo al piano (1:24:32) Vespra ! Rospo maledetto (1:26:15) Una nave da guerra (1:28:15) Scuoti quella fronda di ciliegio (1:30:45) Or vienmi ad adornar (1:36:00) Coro a bocca chiusa (1:41:09) Oh eh ! Oh eh ! (1:44:10) Già il sole (1:51:38) Povera Butterfly (1:53:39) Lo so che alle sue pene (1:56:28) Addio, fiorito asil (2:00:30) Galileo dirai ? (2:02:25) Che vuol da me ? (2:04:39) Come una mosca prigioniera (2:10:21) Con onor muore (2:13:14) Butterfly : Maria Callas Suzuki : Lucia Danieli B.F. Pinkerton : Nicolai Gedda Kate Pinkerton : Luisa Villa Sharpless : Mario Borriello Goro : Renato Ercolani Yamadori : Mario Carlin Bonzo : Plinio Clabassi Commissario : Enrico Campi Orchestra E Coro Del Teatro Alla Scala Di Milano Chorus Master : Noberto Mola Herbert Von Karajan Recorded in 1955 New mastering in 2019 by AB Label : EMI / WARNER Karajan entoure la Diva Callas avec amour, laquelle trace un portrait inoubliable de l’héroïne. Elle est incomparable au second acte où elle dépasse les limites du chant pour atteindre celles de la tragédie grecque. Giacomo Puccini & Vincenzo Bellini PLAYLIST (reference recordings) https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL3UZpQL9LIxNh-7OZfzx5gWWU5rbFpmcH
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Tom Volf’s MARIA BY CALLAS is the first film to tell the life story of the legendary Greek/American opera singer completely in her own words. Told through performances, TV interviews, home movies, family photographs, private letters and unpublished memoirs—nearly all of which have never been shown to the public—the film reveals the essence of an extraordinary woman who rose from humble beginnings in New York City to become a glamorous international superstar and one of the greatest artists of all time. Assembling the material for the film took director Volf four years of painstaking research, which included personal outreach to dozens of Callas’s closest friends and associates, who allowed him to share their personal memorabilia in the film. When recordings of Callas’s voice aren’t available, Joyce DiDonato, one of contemporary opera’s biggest stars, reads her words. #Sony #MariaByCallas #MariaCallas #TomVolf #SonyClassics
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Full concert here: http://ow.ly/YwheR Subscribe to our channel for more videos http://ow.ly/ugONZ Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart The Magic Flute, K. 620 II: Der Holle Rache Kocht In Meinen Herzen(Queen of the Night) Diana Damrau (Queen of the Night) Konzertvereinigung Wiener Staatsopernchor Wiener Philharmoniker Riccardo Muti conductor Mozart The Magic Flute recorded at the Grosses Festspielhaus in Salzburg, Austria in 2006. © Unitel Follow medici.tv on: | Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/medicitv | Twitter : https://twitter.com/medicitv | Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/medici.tv/ Dive into the heart of classical music with medici.tv! Get closer than ever to the artists you love and have an unforgettable experience with 100+ live webcasts each year and 1,800+ videos. A rare and exclusive selection of concerts, ballets, operas, documentaries, master classes, behind-the-scenes and interviews!
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MULTI-SUBTITLES / sung in Russian / 0:38, 1:49 - coloratura fireworks / the F6s are among the clearest you have heard /sung by Evgenia Miroshnichenko, the Ukrainian stratospheric coloratura soprano / soprano vedette de l'Opéra de Kiev / The singer underwent a period of professional training at La Scala Theatre Academy where she studied under Elvira de Hidalgo renowned for being Maria Callas’ pedagogue / Die Zauberflote - Der Holle Rache / La flûte enchantée / Il Flauto Magico / La flauta magica / Die Königin der Nacht / La Reine de la Nuit / La Regina della Notte / La Reina de la noche / in the right key - the 24fps/25 fps problem is solved here / many thanks go to MisterWotton for supplying the Italian translation of this aria / В.А. Моцарт, "Волшебная флейта" / вторая ария Царицы Ночи - "В груди моей пылает жажда мести".
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Maria Callas returns to opera stage in hologram form… READ MORE : http://www.euronews.com/2018/11/29/maria-callas-returns-to-opera-stage-in-hologram-form What are the top stories today? Click to watch: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSyY1udCyYqBeDOz400FlseNGNqReKkFd euronews: the most watched news channel in Europe Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=euronews euronews is available in 13 languages: https://www.youtube.com/user/euronewsnetwork/channels In English: Website: http://www.euronews.com/news Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/euronews Twitter: http://twitter.com/euronews Google+: http://google.com/+euronews VKontakte: http://vk.com/en.euronews
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Imogene is, IMO, one of Callas's great roles, up there with Norma, Violetta and Medea. By the time she did this 1959 recording -- live in concert -- her voice could no longer do justice to the more stratospheric regions of the role. But the intensity and commitment of her performance are evident, as is her understanding of the desperation and madness in Bellini's creation. Donizetti is said to have been affected by Bellini's treatment of madness in his composition of another bel canto masterpiece, Lucia di Lammermoor; but whereas Lucia's madness haunts us with the crepuscular virtuosity of the mad scene, Imogene's grips us by the throat. There is no greater manipulator of the voice than Bellini, and no better exponent of Bellini's music than Maria Callas. Her visualization of the entire situation through the long introduction (not shown here) is a lesson all actors should be made to watch. Its extraordinary. IL PIRATA (The Pirate) is an opera in two acts by Vincenzo Bellini to an Italian libretto by Felice Romani. It premiered at La Scala on October 27, 1827. Sicily. 13th century. Final scene. Gualtiero has killed Ernesto, Duke of Caldora. He gives himself up to justice, and prays that Imogene may forgive him. She appears in a state of anguish and sees visions of her dead husband and her son ("Col sorriso d'innocenza"). Meanwhile, the Council of Knights has condemned Gualtiero to death... ------------------------------------- Pasculli, Omaggio a Bellini su corno inglese: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SRSU82GOeMU -------------------------------------
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Live alla Scala 1957
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What a rich voice!! The Young Callas was an ocean of sounds!!
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Excerpt from BBC documentary 'Classical Voices' 2015
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Upload suggested by N. Lidar for 2:02 Highlighted comments from the commenters below: -From N. Lidar: This duet is of absolute love and what it can lead you to do. It starts nervous speaking about Scarpia's murder, but the motif being it is passionate, burning love and yearning for freedom together; and the duet becomes romantic like none other. What should've been Cavardossi's death. Tosca exclaiming that her beloved Cavaradossi shall be alive; and not only that! They will escape from Italy where they will be safe to love each other forever.. It's all about the love.. I can't explain the magic of this music, no one can. It speaks for itself. And from a technical point of view, Maria NAILS THIS. The diction is absolute perfection (and I mean it) her vocal acting sounds like it's on FIRE, her jump from C4-C6 on 2:02 (Io quella lamAAA) is done without any hesitation or stop, and their note she and di Stefano share is like their love bursting out as a volcano would do. No wonder the crowd got up and sang her 'Las Golondrinas' at the end. She cried like a baby, the Mexican public adored her it is inexplicable. She cried like a baby and said this eas her best performance experience-wise. (There is a recording of the crowd on YouTube). Here is an amazing excerpt of the libretto worth reading; TOSCA Either your blood or my love He demanded: my entreaties and my tears were useless. Wild with horror, I appealed in vain To the Madonna and the Saints. The damnable monster told me That already the gallows Stretched their arms skyward! The drums rolled and He laughed, the evil monster, laughed, Ready to spring and carry off his prey! Is it yes? He asked, and yes, I promised Myself to his lust. But there at hand A sharp blade glittered: He wrote out the liberating pass, And came to claim the horrible embrace - That pointed blade I planted in his heart. CAVARADOSSI You, with your own hand you killed him? You tender, you gentle - and for me! TOSCA My hands were reaking with his blood! CAVARADOSSI lovingly taking her hands in his My Saviour! Oh sweet hands pure and gentle, Oh hands meant for the fair works of piety, Caressing children, gathering roses, For prayers when others meet misfortune … Then it was in you, made strong by love, That justice placed her sacred weapons? You dealt out death, victorious hands, Oh sweet hand pure and gentle! Disclaimer - I own nothing
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Highlighted comments from the commenters below: -Meir Wise: The ultimate Diva. RIP. set the bar too high ...nobody can follow.... -From numetutelare: Qui Maria é una "ragazza innamorata" che pensa al suo amore non un sopranino querulo che nelle agilità sembra canti dei "coccodé" ... il fraseggio pieno, il suono che trascolora salendo di tono e la bellissima serie di agilità espresse con sentimento sono il corollario di acuti stupefacenti e di fiati colossali... Disclaimer - I own nothing
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http://www.maria-callas.com Maria Callas is the greatest legend of the opera world, but what about Maria Callas the woman? Find out more in this biographical animation, the first in a series of eight that appear on the official Maria Callas website. EARLY YEARS: MARIA BEFORE LA CALLAS traces her through the period from 1923 to 1947. __________ Warner Classics ► Website: http://www.warnerclassics.com Subscribe to our: ► YT- Channel: https://wnrcl.me/subscribeYT ► Newsletter https://wnrcl.me/subscribeNL Follow us on: ► Facebook: http://www.fb.com/WarnerClassicsErato ► Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/warner_classics ► Twitter: http://twitter.com/WarnerClassics ► YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/warnerclassics Listen to us on: ► Spotify: http://open.spotify.com/user/warnerclassics ► Apple Music: http://itunes.apple.com/curator/warner-classics/1153741571 ► Deezer https://www.deezer.com/profile/321050935 Warner Classics is the home of classical music, featuring iconic high audio quality recordings from the greatest classical legends, opera stars and orchestras of the last century. Discover our unique collection of live performances, studio sessions and films featuring Maria Callas, Jacqueline du Pré, Nigel Kennedy, Mstislav Rostropovich, Yehudi Menuhin, Itzhak Perlman, Herbert von Karajan, Berliner Philharmoniker and more. Along with its sister label Erato, Warner Classics continues this tradition with today's most in-demand classical artists, such as Philippe Jaroussky, Joyce DiDonato, Diana Damrau, Emmanuel Pahud, Alexandre Tharaud, Sir Antonio Pappano, Christina Pluhar and Renaud Capuçon. Enjoy this ever-expanding library of official performance videos and exclusive interviews from the classical greats. Check back regularly for more music from your favourite composers including Bach, Mozart, Chopin, Debussy, Satie, Beethoven, Vivaldi, Handel and more.
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Maria Callas - Live in Paris 1963 Giacomo Puccini Gianni Schicchi - O mio babbino caro Orchestre Philharmonique de la RTF Conductor: Georges Pretre Theatre des Champs Elysees, Paris, June 5, 1963
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MARIA CALLAS: The first recital (1949) Maria Callas interprets the aria 'Casta Diva' from Act I of Bellini's Norma; recorded at Auditorium RAI Torino. Conducted by Tullio Serafin with the Orchestra Sinfonica Torino della RAI; 1949. DISCLAIMER: I do not own any of the content shared on this channel and nor do I pretend to. All content is used under the permit of 'fair use'. All rights belong to their respective owners.
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Composer: Alfredo Catalani Ebben? Ne andro lontana, Come va l'eco della pia campana, La, fra la neve bianca; La, fra le nubi d'ôr; Laddove la speranza, la speranza E rimpianto, e rimpianto, e dolor! O della madre mia casa gioconda, La Wally ne andra da te, da te Lontana assai, e forse a te, E forse a te, non farà mai più ritorno, Ne piu la rivedrai! Mai piu, mai piu! Ne andro sola e lontana, Come l'eco e della pia campana, La, fra la neve bianca; Ne andro, ne andro sola e lontana! E fra le nubi d'or! Well, then? I will go far away, As far as the echo of the church bell, There, through the white snow, There, through the golden clouds, There, where hope, hope Is regret, is regret and pain! Oh, from my mother's happy house, Wally will go away from you, from you. Far enough away, and maybe, And maybe, she will never return to you. You'll never see her again. Never again, never again. I will go alone and far away, As far as the echo of the church bell, There, through the white snow; I will go, I will go alone and far, Among the golden clouds.
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