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Personally, I liked the victorian ghost story presentation.
This 2009 2-DVD set is technically flawless, 16:9 screen, very good sound 5.1 and DTS, subtitles in Italian, German, French, Spanish and Chinese.
His voice, his acting, his looks... I think they fit the role really well, and I can really see him as brother to Netrebko's Lucia.
One of my favorite Operas. Netrebko is one of my favorite sopranos and she hits the notes like an angle Good add to my collectionPublished 1 month ago by Mastercard
As expected, Donizetti's Lucia di Lammermoor makes for good listening. This recording is excellent and the video makes you think you're right in the audience.Published 5 months ago by William M. Crotty
The staging by the Metropolitan was excellent . the changing of the sets is is masterful in itself, and of course great singing.
we were not disappointed.
I didn’t get to see this performance, live, at the Met. Consequently, I haven’t previously seen it. Until I saw it, I would have argued that Joan Sutherland still owned the role of... Read morePublished 8 months ago by G. Hungerford
This was a wonderful production from the MET. What I liked about this was the subtitles and acting really brought out the story. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Lorenzo
This is one of Donizetti's most popular operas and Anna Netrebko does an amazing performance. She has a beautiful voice and is also a beautiful woman. Read morePublished 11 months ago by mater
This video presentation of "Lucia di Lammermoor" is a Metropolitan Opera production that opened the 2007-08 season, this particular performance is a live performance that was... Read morePublished 13 months ago by HollyNYC
What is more to say? Met's production of one of the best pieces in the history, with worlds most sought-after singers: simple perfect... Divine!Published 15 months ago by betty
Three of my favorites -- Netrebko, Beczala and Kwiecien -- all fantastic. This is a marvelous opera! Gorgeous music and a story of intrigue!Published 15 months ago by Mary L.