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|Named Person:||Poppaea Sabina, Empress consort of Nero Emperor of Rome; Nero, Emperor of Rome; Nero, Emperor of Rome; Poppaea Sabina, Empress consort of Nero Emperor of Rome|
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Giovanni Francesco Busenello; Raymond Leppard; Maria Ewing; Dennis Bailey; Cynthia Clarey; Robert Lloyd; Elizabeth Gale; Dale Duesing; Jane Glover; Peter Hall; Robin Lough; Claudio Monteverdi; London Philharmonic Orchestra.; Glyndebourne Festival Chorus.; British Broadcasting Corporation. Television Service.; Glyndebourne Festival Opera Company.; NVC Arts (Firm); Warner Music Vision (Firm); Kultur International Films.
|Language Note:||Sung in Italian; optional subtitles in English, French, German, or Spanish.|
|Notes:||Opera in two acts.|
|Credits:||[Stage] design and lighting, John Bury ; videotape editor, Ron Bowman ; camera supervisor, Paul Harding ; Glyndebourne Chorus directed by Jane Glover ; harpsichord continuo, Jean Mallandaine, Aniko Peter-Szabo ; organ continuo, Ivor Bolton, Christopher Fifield ; London Philharmonic Orchestra lead by David Nolan, conducted by Raymond Leppard.|
|Performer(s):||Maria Ewing, soprano (Poppea), Dennis Bailey, tenor (Nerone), Cynthia Clarey, mezzo-soprano (Empress Ottavia), Robert Lloyd, bass (Seneca), Elizabeth Gale, soprano (Drusilla), Dale Duesing, baritone (Ottone) ; The Glyndebourne Chorus ; The London Philharmonic Orchestra.|
|Event notes:||Filmed for broadcast at the Glyndebourne Fesitval Opera in 1984.|
|Description:||1 videodisc (151 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Details:||DVD ; NTSC, region 1 ; full screen (4:3) presentation ; Dolby Digital stereo.|
Coronation of Poppea
|Responsibility:||by Claudio Monteverdi ; libretto by Francesco Busenello ; Warner Music Vision ; NVC Arts presents ; Glyndebourne presents ; produced by BBC TV by arrangement with Glyndebourne ; Peter Hall's production of ; realized and conducted by Raymond Leppard ; directed for video by Peter Hall and Robin Lough.|