Verdi: La Traviata - Highlights - Dame Joan Sutherland, Luciano Pavarotti, National Philharmonic Orchestra & Richard Bonynge

Verdi: La Traviata - Highlights

Dame Joan Sutherland, Luciano Pavarotti, National Philharmonic Orchestra & Richard Bonynge

  • Genre: Classical
  • Release Date: 1981-01-01
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 9

  • ℗ 1981 Decca Music Group Limited

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
La Traviata: Prelude Richard Bonynge & National Philharmonic Orchestra 4:03 USD 1.29
2
La Traviata: "Libiamo Ne'lieti Luciano Pavarotti, Richard Bonynge, National Philharmonic Orchestra, Dame Joan Sutherland & The London Opera Chorus 2:49 USD 1.29
3
La Traviata: "Un Dì Felice, E Luciano Pavarotti, Richard Bonynge, National Philharmonic Orchestra & Dame Joan Sutherland 3:27 USD 1.29
4
La Traviata: "E Strano!" - "Ah Dame Joan Sutherland, Richard Bonynge, National Philharmonic Orchestra & Luciano Pavarotti 11:54 USD Album Only
5
La Traviata: Lunge Da Lei...O Luciano Pavarotti, Richard Bonynge, National Philharmonic Orchestra & Marjon Lambriks 7:36 USD 1.29
6
La Traviata: "Pura, Siccome Un Matteo Manuguerra, Richard Bonynge, National Philharmonic Orchestra & Dame Joan Sutherland 6:47 USD 1.29
7
La Traviata: Teneste La Promes Dame Joan Sutherland, Richard Bonynge, National Philharmonic Orchestra & Marjon Lambriks 8:36 USD 1.29
8
La Traviata: "Parigi, O Cara, Luciano Pavarotti, Richard Bonynge, National Philharmonic Orchestra & Dame Joan Sutherland 4:55 USD 1.29
9
La Traviata: Ah, Violetta!...S Matteo Manuguerra, Richard Bonynge, National Philharmonic Orchestra, Dame Joan Sutherland, Luciano Pavarotti, Marjon Lambriks & Giorgio Tadeo 6:30 USD 1.29

Reviews

  • Marvelous

    5
    By msf3nton
    Both Parvarotti and Sutherland are at the top of their game in this recording. The music is thrilling, the artists are magnificent, and the recording is rich and full. You don't have to be an opera "buff" to love this. Try listening to it while cooking an Italian meal. Makes the whole thing a wonderful experience.
  • Worth buying.

    5
    By Jotsund
    The score of five is given both for the opera, La Traviata, and for this excerpt. The opera is one of the best I've ever heard/ seen. The chosen pieces are excelent. The male and female leads are both the best in their range. Really, it's very good. if you don't believe me, listen to it, it'll back me up quite nicely. So if you like opera, it's worth your while, and your money.