Francesco Maria Piave; Elijah Moshinsky; Jane Pleydell-Bouverie; Brian Large; José Carreras; Catherine Malfitano; Gregory Yurisich; Gwynne Howell; Adèle Paxton; Robin Leggate; Lynton Atkinson; Edward Downes; Émile Souvestre; Giuseppe Verdi; Royal Opera House (London, England); Covent Garden Pioneer.; British Broadcasting Corporation. Television Service.; Kultur International Films.
|語言註釋：||Sung in Italian with English subtitles.|
|注意：||Opera in 3 acts.
Libretto after the play Le pasteur by Emile Souvestre and Eugène Bourgeois.
|餘額：||Stage lighting, Paul Pyant ; costume designer, Peter J. Hall ; set designer, Michael Yeargan.|
|表演者：||José Carreras (Stiffelio) ; Catherine Malfitano (Lina) ; Gregory Yurisich (Stankar) ; Gwynne Howell (Jorg) ; Adèle Paxton (Dorotea) ; Robin Leggate (Raffaele) ; Lynton Atkinson (Federico) ; The Royal Opera Chorus ; The Orchestra of the Royal Opera House ; Sir Edward Downes, conductor.|
|描述：||1 videodisc (123 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.|
|詳述：||DVD video; Dolby digital.|
|責任：||by Giuseppe Verdi ; libretto, Francesco Maria Piave ; directed for the stage by Elijah Moshinsky ; [television] producer, Jane Pleydell-Bouverie ; directed for television by Brian Large ; a co-production between The Royal Opera House Covent Garden, BBC-TV, Covent Garden Pioneer.|
Stiffelio, a pastor persecuted for his beliefs, takes refuge in the castle of his follower Count Stankar and marries Lina, the Count's daughter. When Lina is unfaithful to him and Stankar desires vengeance, Stiffelio intervenes, insisting that a Christian is bound to forgive, and accepts his wife's contrition.
Educational Media Reviews Online (1)
(發佈的EMRO讀者 2011-04-22 )
Verdiâs Stiffelio was born of controversy and even now continues as a source of debate among opera aficionados. The narrative of a Protestant minister who forgives his wifeâs adultery was too steamy for Italy in the 1850âs, and was thought lost until the 1970âs. Even now it is rarely...