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Giacomo Puccini – Tosca (Muti) [1993]

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Disc 1:

    1 Tosca, opera: Act 1. Ah! Finalmente!
    2 Tosca, opera: Act 1. E sempre lava!...Angelus Domini nuntiavit Mariae...Che fai?
    3 Tosca, opera: Act 1. Dammi i colori!
    4 Tosca, opera: Act 1. Recondita armonia
    5 Tosca, opera: Act 1. Gente l? dentro!
    6 Tosca, opera: Act 1. Mario! Mario! Mario! - Son qui!...
    7 Tosca, opera: Act 1. Ah, quegli occhi...- Qual occhio al mondo pu? star di paro
    8 Tosca, opera: Act 1. Mia gelosa!
    9 Tosca, opera: Act 1. E buona la mia Tosca...Siam soli?
    10 Tosca, opera: Act 1. Sommo giubilo, Eccellenza!
    11 Tosca, opera: Act 1. Un tal baccano in chiesa!
    12 Tosca, opera: Act 1. Or tutto ? chiaro...Mario?! Mario?!
    13 Tosca, opera: Act 1. Ed io venivo a lui tutta dogliosa
    14 Tosca, opera: Act 1. Tre sbirri...Una carrozza...Adjutorum nostrum in nomine Domini

Disc 2:

    1 Tosca, opera: Act 2. Tosca ? un buon falco!
    2 Tosca, opera: Act 2. Ha pi? forte sapore la conquista violenta...Spoletta ? giunto
    3 Tosca, opera: Act 2. Meno male!...Egli ? l?
    4 Tosca, opera: Act 2. Ov'? Angelotti?...Mario, tu qui?!
    5 Tosca, opera: Act 2. Ed or fra noi parliam da buoni amici
    6 Tosca, opera: Act 2. Sciarrone: che dice il Cavalier?
    7 Tosca, opera: Act 2. Ors?, Tosca, parlate...Mario, consenti ch'io parli?
    8 Tosca, opera: Act 2. Floria...- Amore...
    9 Tosca, opera: Act 2. Nel pozzo del giardino. Va, Spoletta! - M'hai tradito!...Eccellenza, quali nuov
    10 Tosca, opera: Act 2. Se la giurata fede devo tradir, ne voglio altra mercede
    11 Tosca, opera: Act 2. Vissi d'arte
    12 Tosca, opera: Act 2. Vedi, le man giunte io stendo a te!
    13 Tosca, opera: Act 2. E qual via scegliete? - La pi? breve!
    14 Tosca, opera: Act 2. Tosca, finalmente mia!
    15 Tosca, opera: Act 3. Io de' sospiri
    16 Tosca, opera: Act 3. Mario Cavaradossi? A voi
    17 Tosca, opera: Act 3. Introduzione
    18 Tosca, opera: Act 3. E lucevan le stelle
    19 Tosca, opera: Act 3. Ah! "Franchigia a Floria Tosca..."
    20 Tosca, opera: Act 3. O dolci mani
    21 Tosca, opera: Act 3. Senti...l'ora ? vicina
    22 Tosca, opera: Act 3. Amaro sol per te m'era il morire
    23 Tosca, opera: Act 3. E non giungono
    24 Tosca, opera: Act 3. L'ora! - Son pronto
    25 Tosca, opera: Act 3. Come ? lunga l'attesa!
    26 Tosca, opera: Act 3. Presto, su! Mario! Mario!...E lei

Carol Vaness (Soprano)
Giuseppe Giacomini (Tenor)
Giorgio Zancanaro (Baritone)
Danilo Seraiocco (Bass)
Alfredo Mariotti (Tenor)
Piero de Palma (Tenor),
Orazio Mori (Tenor)
Jeffrey {boy sop} Smith (Boy Soprano)
Charles Austin (Bass)

Philadephia Orchestra
Riccardo Muti - conductor

 

This release may not top any best-of lists among the numerous recordings of Tosca, but it offers excellent value per dollar. (If money is no object, go back to Renata Scotto's recording or even the sonically questionable but dramatically seething 1953 Maria Callas version, now available on EMI, a benchmark example of how to bring the grim events of this opera to affecting life.) The present recording, put together from two live performances recorded in Philadelphia in 1991 and 1992, features fine singing but is really something of an orchestrally, conductorially conceived Tosca. Riccardo Muti leads the Philadelphia Orchestra, obtaining a lushness and acrobatic excitement that bring the orchestra to the center of the drama and offer ample evidence of how Muti got to be one of today's hot conductors. The orchestra's brasses deliver absolutely crackerjack playing, right from the opera's sudden opening plunge into the action. Carol Vaness as Tosca is every bit the diva, and Giuseppe Giacomini is an exciting, big-voiced Cavaradossi. The only major complaints come from factors extraneous to the music; Decca's packaging job here could give budget releases a bad name. No printed libretto is included; instead, you're supposed to use the enhanced CD to get the libretto. But of course this makes it impossible to use the expensive speakers you bought so you could enjoy your opera collection. Many opera lovers, it is true, have Tosca in their bones, but even they might want to check a line or two -- and what about the newcomers typically attracted to budget series? It seems difficult even to play the recording on a computer while reading the text, so really there is no enhancement at all here. For those who know every line of the opera, however, this is a unique and worthwhile modern version. ---James Manheim, Rovi

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