Berlin Concert: Live From Waldbuhne [Blu-ray]
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Here's the track List:
1. Opening Credits [0:36]
Giuseppe Verdi (1813 - 1901): Nabucco
2. Overture [8:15]
Francesco Cilèa (1866 - 1950): L'Arlesiana Act 2
3. E'la solita storia (Il lamento di Federico [4:58]
Giacomo Puccini (1858 - 1924): Gianni Schicchi
4. O mio babbino caro [3:20]
Jules Massenet (1842 - 1912): Le Mage Act 2
5. Ah! Parais! Parais, astre de mon ciel [4:12]
Giuseppe Verdi (1813 - 1901): Otello Act 1
6. Già nella notte densa (Love Duet)[10:40]
Georges Bizet (1838 - 1875):
7. Carmen: Entr'acte [3:37]
8. Les pêcheurs de perles Act 1: Au fond du temple saint [5:19]
Gioacchino Rossini (1792 - 1868): Semiramide
9. Overture [12:24]
Maria Grever (1894 - 1951)
10. Jurame [5:07]
Franz Lehár (1870 - 1948): Giuditta Act 4
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First, it's Netrebko, swaying to the music and almost dancing as she sings the line, "My mother was a dancer" from Franz Lehar's Giuditta.
Later, Villazon captivates the audience with a rousing, delightful, "Italian Wedding-style" La Danza by Rossini. Alongwith the audience, Netrebko is so inspired that she's still dancing, as he leads her out for her La Boheme aria.
As twilight approaches at this outdoor "forest concert" in Berlin, the night is capped off by all three, performing a Lehar song, "Dein ist mein ganzes Herz" ("You are my only love"), in which Domingo and Villazon alternate their wooing, each pulling Netrebko towards them. Alternating her own flirtations, she puts the cherry on the sundae with a high note that brings down the house. It just doesn't get any better than this.
I was so enthusiastic about this concert that I invited friends over to see whether I was just bewitched, or if they too, found it enchanting. Indeed, they too found it irresistible. You will love this concert so much that you will barely be able to wait to share it with friends!
Constantine A. Papas
El Paso, Texas
However, Anna and Rolando's performances are incredible. Each aria or duet is sung with such passion and fervour. Highlights are definitely Rolando's 'La Danza' which gets the audience clapping and up on their feet and Anna's 'Quando m'en vo', where she also surprises the audience. Watch the DVD and see what I mean. Reservations aside, this is a classy concert, excellently filmed and the enormous audience of over 12 000 people enjoy every minute. Conductor Marco Armiliato and the Orchestra of the Deutsche Oper provide warm and sympathetic accompaniment to the star singers.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I wish I had been there. Whenever I want to take my mind off my dull life, I watch these three super stars and their audience of 20,000 exult.Published 1 day ago by Tarja
Absolutely wonderful. Heard it at a friends house and two of us ordered it as soon as we got home.Published 2 months ago by russell
Just about the best live concert video ever produced. Certainly, it is the best of this gendre. Domingo is almost frighteningly intense. I mean, does this man ever age? Read morePublished 2 months ago by Contrarius
Excelent. Placido a bit stiff as always and specially in the company of this extrordinary songing couple. After all, he isn't a full tenor and with these two, it shows.Published 3 months ago by Miryam L. Ochoa
On time, excellent quality, will recommend to friends to use this supplier confidently.Published 5 months ago by Limopete1
An excellent performance. A Spanish tenor, a Mexican tenor, a Russian Diva, a German orchestra with an Italian conductor performing in Berlin! Only in EuropePublished 6 months ago by Anibal A. Boucugnani