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Adriana Lecouvreur : opera in four acts

Author: Francesco CilèaArturo ColauttiMargaret JuntwaitIra SiffMaria GuleghinaAll authors
Publisher: [New York, NY] : Metropolitan Opera, [2009]
Series: Metropolitan Opera Saturday matinée broadcasts; Toll Brothers--Metropolitan Opera International Radio Network, [broadcast of] Feb. 21, 2009
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : ItalianView all editions and formats
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Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Francesco Cilèa; Arturo Colautti; Margaret Juntwait; Ira Siff; Maria Guleghina; Olʹga Borodina; Plácido Domingo; Roberto Frontali; Jennifer Black, (Soprano); Brian Frutiger; Reveka Mavrovitis; Philip Cokorinos; Bernard Fitch; John Del Carlo; Joseph Turi; Marco Armiliato; Mary Jo Heath; Carolyn Ferrell; Renata Scotto; William Berger; Natalie Dessay; Sondra Radvanovsky; Juan Diego Flórez; Paul Plishka; Dick Ventre; Mark Schubin; Patricia Racette; Lionel S Mapleson; Eugène Scribe; Ernest Legouvé; Metropolitan Opera (New York, N.Y.)
OCLC Number: 501967448
Language Note: Sung in Italian.
Notes: Compact discs.
House program on file in Music Division.
Performer(s): Maria Guleghina (Adriana Lecouvreur) ; Olga Borodina (Princess de Bouillon) ; Plácido Domingo (Maurizio) ; Roberto Frontali (Michonnet) ; Jennifer Black (Mlle. Jouvenot) ; Brian Frutiger (Poisson) ; Reveka Evangelia Mavrovitis (Mlle. Dangeville) ; Philip Cokorinos (Quinault) ; Bernard Fitch (Abbé de Chazeuil) ; John Del Carlo (Prince de Bouillon) ; Joseph Turi (Major-Domo) ; Metropolitan Opera Chorus and Orchestra ; Marco Armiliato, conductor ; Margaret Juntwait, broadcast announcer.
Event notes: Broadcast live from the Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, Feb. 21, 2009.
Description: 3 sound discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: CD 1. Introduction and synopsis of act 1 (Margaret Juntwait and Ira Siff) ; Act 1 ; Synopsis of act 2 and commentary (Juntwait and Siff) ; Act 2 [beginning] --
CD 2. Act 2 [conclusion] ; Met Cameo (Mary Jo Heath interviews technical assistant, Carolyn Ferrell) ; Toll Brothers--Metropolitan Opera Singers' Roundtable (Renata Scotto, host, with William Berger, Natalie Dessay, Sondra Radvanovsky, and Juan Diego Flórez) ; Met Memory (Mary Jo Heath interviews Paul Plishka about Philip's aria from act 4 of Verdi's Don Carlo) ; synopsis of act 3 and commentary (Juntwait and Siff) ; Act 3 ; Met Cameo (Mary Jo Heath interviews scenic artist Dick Ventre) ; Excerpt from Margaret Juntwait's interview with Plácido Domingo ; Met at 125 feature (Mary Jo Heath discusses with Mark Schubin how the Met has always been at the forefront of embracing new technologies to bring opera to a wider audience, beginning with Lionel Mapleson's wax cylinders in 1900, continuing with radio and television broadcasts, and finally today's HDTV telecasts and webcasts) ; Met Memory (Mary Jo Heath interviews Patricia Racette) [beginning] --
CD 3. Met Memory (Mary Jo Heath interviews Patricia Racette) [conclusion] ; synopsis of act 4 and commentary (Juntwait and Siff) ; Act 4 ; closing remarks (Juntwait and Siff).
Series Title: Metropolitan Opera Saturday matinée broadcasts; Toll Brothers--Metropolitan Opera International Radio Network, [broadcast of] Feb. 21, 2009
Other Titles: Toll Brothers--Metropolitan Opera Singers' Roundtable (Radio program)
Responsibility: music by Francesco Cilèa ; libretto by Arturo Colautti, based on the play by Eugène Scribe and Ernest Legouvʹe.

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