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  • Actors: Gerald Finley, Luca Pisaroni, Anna Samuil, Kate Royal, Vladimir Jurowski
  • Directors: Jonathan Kent
  • Writers: Lorenzo Da Ponte, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
  • Producers: Glyndebourne Festival Opera
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Classical, Color, NTSC
  • Language: Italian (DTS 5.1), Italian (PCM Stereo)
  • Subtitles: German, English, Italian, French, Spanish
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Warner Classics
  • DVD Release Date: May 3, 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004LRPUN0
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #235,010 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Editorial Reviews

Set at a time of seismic social and cultural change -- in a Fellini-esque vision of post-war life -- Jonathan Kent's urgently propulsive production offers a `white-knuckle rollercoaster ride' through the events of the Don Giovanni's last day as they unfold in and around Paul Brown's magical `box of tricks' set.

Festival Music Director Vladimir Jurowski leads The Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment and the Glyndebourne Chorus in this amazing production of Don Giovanni at Glyndebourne. Kate Royal, singing Donna Elvira, is joined by Gerald Finley in the title role, Luca Pisaroni's Leporello, and Russian soprano Anna Samuil in her UK Opera debut as Donna Anna. The winning team of director Jonathan Kent and designer Paul Brown create a sumptuous, awesome new staging -- the first new Glyndebourne production of the opera in 10 years.

The DVD contains exclusive bonus features including rehearsal and backstage footage, interviews with the production staff and cast as well as a glimpse into the costume, design and technical departments at Glyndebourne.

Disc 1
1. Overture
2. Notte e giorno faticar
3. Ma qual mail s'offre, oh Dei, spettacolo funesto - Fuggi, drudele, fuggi!
4. Ah, chi mi dice mai
5. Madamina, il catalogo e questo
6. Giovinette, che fate all'amore
7. Ho capito, signor, sì!
8. Là ci darem la mano
9. Ah! fuggi il traditor!
10. No ti fidar, o misera
11. Don Ottavio, son morta! - Or sai chi l'onore
12. Dalla sua pace
13. Finch ch'an dal vino
14. Batti, batti, o bel Masetto
15. Presto, presto, pria ch'ei venga
16. Sù svegliatevi, da bravi
17. Tra quest'arbori celata
18. Bisogna aver coraggio
19. Riposate, vezzose ragazze
20. Venite pure avanti
21. Ecco il birbo che t'ha offesa

Disc 2
1. Eh via, buffone, non mi seccar!
2. Ah, taci, ingiusto core!
3. Canzonetta Deh, vieni alla finestra
4. Metà di voi qua vadano
5. Vedrai, carino
6. Sola, sola in buio loco
7. Ferma, briccone, dove ten vai?
8. Mille torbidi pensieri
9. Per queste tue manine
10. In quali eccessi - Mi tradì quell'alma ingrata
11. Ah, ah, ah, questa e buona
12. O statua gentilissima
13. Crudele? Ah non, mio bene!
14. Gia la mensa è preparata
15. L'ultima prova dell'amor mio
16. Don Giovanni, a cenar teco m'invitasti
17. Ah, dov'è il perfido
18. Questo è il fin
19. Don Giovanni: Curtain Calls

Customer Reviews

3.3 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

15 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Keris Nine TOP 1000 REVIEWER on March 28, 2011
The concept behind Jonathan Kent's production of Don Giovanni for Glyndebourne 2010 is somewhat tenuous in how its 1950s' setting relates to the pre-Enlightenment years of the opera's original period, but it proves to be not entirely without merit. It's not that Don Giovanni doesn't bear up well to modern interpretations - it's perhaps the Mozart opera most apt and subject to contemporary reworking - it's just that, even with the free-love of the 1960s just around the corner, the production's supposed "Fellini-esque vision of post-war life" doesn't succeed in grasping the spirit of the period or present all that convincing a parallel to the Age of Enlightenment.

The production at least starts off like it intends to make something of the risqué premise of Mozart's opera, with a quite brutal enactment of the rape and murder scene, but thereafter, it settles down to a rather non-committal blandness. The 1950s' setting doesn't really suit the wider European expansive viewpoint of the continental philanderer, but rather closes it down without seeming to bring any exciting or meaningful new ideas to the table in its place. The drabness and unimaginativeness of the setting (although technically impressive) is unfortunately reflected in the performances, which rather lack commitment. Everyone, but everyone - particularly Anna Samuil's Donna Anna - seems to walk around in a trance, scarcely showing any feeling or expression of the predilections and predicaments of their characters.
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By kakanien on January 4, 2014
Unlike other reviewer who praises Jurowski, I found the orchestra very disappointing from the first. Winds and timpani are too emphasized (especially, at dramatic moments like the last scene) to hear strings -- this is a very cheap way to create climax, which, however, is Not Mozart. Just compare Jurowski's overture with Muti's at Wiener Staatsoper (1999) on Youtube, and you will notice totally different music, even though I admit that OAE is not VPO and Jurowski is not Muti.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Shannon on April 14, 2013
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Great performance of this timeless classic. Both the acting and the singing were terrific. The characters were multi-faceted, showing the levels of interaction with Don Giovanni as a person.
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