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Massimiliano Stefanelli - Verdi: Aida [Video] album download
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Massimiliano Stefanelli - Verdi: Aida [Video] album download

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Massimiliano Stefanelli
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Verdi: Aida [Video]
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Massimiliano Stefanelli.

Massimiliano Stefanelli. .

Centenario Verdiano, Giuseppe Verdi. This recording is a commemorative performance marking the 100th anniversary of the death of Verdi in his hometown of Busseto. The Italian composer we born here on October 10, 1813, the son of a grocer. With the background the town regularly puts on Verdi-centered concerts and festivals, the major one being the celebrated "Voci Verdiane" singing competition. On January 27, 2001, the exact anniversary of Verdi's death, a new production of Aida was performed which drew great attention.

To view this video download Flash Player. Verdi - Aida, Levine, Domingo, Millo, Metropolitan Opera. Filmed during a 2001 live performance at the Teatro Giuseppe Verdi in Busseto, Italy - Massimiliano Stefanelli leads the Fondazione Arturo Toscanini Orchestra and Chorus, with soprano Adina Aaron as Aida and tenor Scott Piper as Radamès - Famed film director Franco Zefferelli was the stage director for this production. The DVD includes a 45 minute bonus film 'The Making of Aida'. Actors: Massimiliano Stefanelli, Franco Zeffirelli, Paolo Pecchioli, Giuseppe Garra, Scott Piper. Directors: Format: Multiple Formats, Classical, NTSC.

Conductor – Massimiliano Stefanelli. Directed By, Set Designer – Franco Zeffirelli. Film Director – Fausto Dall'Olio. Recorded live, Teatro Verdi, Busseto, 27 January 2001. Duration: 188 Minutes Picture Format: 4:3 Region Code: 0 Disc Format: 2 DVD9, PAL Sound Track: LPCM Stereo, AC3 Digital ., DTS . Subtitles: Italian (Libretto), English, German, French, Spanish. Comes in standard amaray case with 50-page booklet.

Adina Aaron, Scott Piper, Kate Aldrich Orchestra and Chorus of the Arturo Toscanini Foundation conducted by Massimiliano Stefanelli directed by Franco Zeffirelli.

Orchestra and Chorus of the Fondazione Arturo Toscanini. Massimiliano Stefanelli (conductor) & Franco Zeffirelli (stage director). Kate Aldrich (Amneris), Adina Aaron (Aida), Scott Piper (Radamès), Paolo Pecchioli (Il Re) & Giuseppe Garra (Amonasro). This refreshing production of Aida by the master of extravaganza, Franco Zeffirelli, comes from Teatro Giuseppe Verdi in Busseto, Verdi’s birthplace. The roles are sung by talented young performers such as Kate Aldrich and Scott Piper to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Verdi’s death.

Music & musicals. Director: Franco Zeffirelli. Starring: Kate Aldrich, Enrico Iori, Scott Piper. Massimiliano Stefanelli leads the Fondazione Arturo Toscanini Orchestra and Chorus in Franco Zeffirelli's production of Verdi's opera.

Orchestra & Chorus of the Arturo Toscanini ano Stefanelli Stage Director - Franco Zeffirelli Recorded live at the Teatro Giuseppe Verdi, Busseto - Jan. 27, 2001 TDK DVD DVUS-AIDDBM 2DVDs 188min LPCM Stereo Dolby Digital DTS Full Screen. The other two were the Opus Arte version with Daniela Dessì as Aida and the EuroArts with Eszter Sümegi in the title role. Both were good, but this one, not surprisingly, is better. I say 'not surprisingly' because it is the product of the ever-dependable Franco Zeffirelli.