Mozart, The Greatest Operas (14 CD box set, APE)

Mozart, The Greatest Operas (14 CD box set, APE)

# Performer: Alfredo Kraus, Andrea Snarski, Antonio Liviero, Carla Virgili, Dimiter Petkov, et al.
# Orchestra: La Scala Theater Orchestra, Rome RAI Orchestra, Symphony Orchestra of RAI of Roino, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
# Conductor: Carlo Maria Giulini, Colin Davis, Guido Cantelli, Herbert von Karajan, Wilhelm Furtwängler
# Composer: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
# Audio CD (October 16, 2007)
# Number of Discs: 14 CD box set
# Format: APE (image+cue)
# Label: Bravissimo
# ASIN: B000UZ4BRI
# Size: 3.64 GB
# Recovery: +3%
# Scan: yes
# Server: datafile

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CDs 1-3: “Idomeneo, re di Creta” – 57’36” | 44’14” | 60’38”
Nicolai Gedda (Idomeneo), Jessye Norman (Idamante), Heather Harper (Ilia), Rae Woodland (Electra), Andrea Snarski (Arbace), Antonio Liviero (High Priest), Franco Pugliese (A Voice), Elvira Spica, Carla Virgili (Two Girls)
RAI Symphony Orchestra & Chorus, Rome
Sir Colin Davis, conductor
Live performance, Rome, March 25, 1971

CDs 4-6: “Le Nozze di Figaro” – 43’53” | 48’10” | 76’38”
José Van Dam (Figaro), Mirella Freni (Susanna), Frederica von Stade (Cherubino), Tom Krause (Count Almaviva), Elizabeth Harwood (Countess Almaviva), Jane Berbié (Marcellina), Michel Sénéchal (Don Basilio), Paolo Montarsolo (Dr. Bartolo), Zoltan Kelemen (Antonio), Elke Schary (Barbarina), Willy Caron (Don Curzio)
Chorus of the Vienna State Opera & Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
Herbert von Karajan, conductor
Live performance, Salzburg, 1974

CDs 7-9: “Don Giovanni” – 63’28” | 68’04” | 37’31”
Nicolai Ghiaurov (Don Giovanni), Gundula Janowitz (Donna Anna), Alfredo Kraus (Don Ottavio), Sena Jurinac (Donna Elvira), Sesto Bruscantini (Leporello), Walter Monachesi (Masetto), Olivera Miliakovic (Zerlina), Dimitri Petkov (Commendatore)
RAI Symphony Orchestra & Chorus, Rome
Carlo Maria Giulini, conductor
Live broadcast, Rome, May 12, 1970

CDs 10-11: “Così fan tutte” – 79’46” | 70’42”
Elisabeth Schwarzkopf (Fiordiligi), Luigi Alva (Ferrando), Graziella Sciutti (Despina), Rolando Panerai (Guglielmo), Nan Merriman (Dorabella), Franco Calabrese (Don Alfonso)
Orchestra & Chorus of La Scala, Milan
Guido Cantelli, conductor
Live performance, Milan, January 27, 1956

CDs 12-14: “Die Zauberflöte” – 50’27” | 65’02” | 66’12”
Irmgard Seefried (Pamina), Josef Greindl (Sarastro), Wilma Lipp (Queen of the Night), Walter Ludwig (Tamino), Karl Schmidt-Walter (Papageno), Peter Klein (Monostatos), Edith Oravecz (Papagena), Paul Schöffler (Speaker), Hermann Gallos (First Priest), Karl Dönch (Second Priest), Gertrud Grob-Prandl (First Lady), Sieglinde Wagner (Second Lady), Elisabeth Höngen (Third Lady)
Chorus of the Vienna State Opera & Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
Wilhelm Furtwängler, conductor
Live performance, Salzburg, July 27, 1949

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