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On the occasion of the 200th birthday of Giuseppe Verdi, Teatro Regio de Parma and Unitel Classica have joined forces to create a truly unique project. All of the composer's 26 Operas, as well as the Requiem - which is closely related to the Operas - will be performed and audiovisually recorded in and around Parma. For the first time ever, and just in time for the composer's 200th birthday, Verdi's Operatic oeuvre, which comprises the labor of more than 50 years, will be available in High Definition and Surround Sound and released on DVD and Blu Ray by C Major Entertainment. This unique project has been staged by Pier Alli and includes a 10 minute bonus feature with an introduction to the opera.
I gave it 5 stars because this recording is just great, I love to look at Verdi and Rossini opera's recorded or played at the the Teatro Regio Di ParmaPublished 3 months ago by K.A.Sanders
Have no idea why this was a flop at its debut. The music is never dull. Verdi, apparently at his worse was still a genius. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Conrad J.
What a wonderful fiasco, and what a wonderful performance! This second of Verdi's operas flopped when it was first performed at La Scala in 1840. Read morePublished on August 11, 2013 by Peter
I have over 150 classical DVD/BRs that I watch on a 106" screen and listen through a 7.1 loudspeaker setup where the front speakers are about 9' 6" apart and the surround speakers... Read morePublished on March 7, 2013 by R. Kreutzer
Great Verdi it ain't - therefore my 4 stars only - but not bad if you like Rossini and Donizetti !!
On the other hand, the singers were wonderful, especially my all-time... Read more
The notes mention that Verdi chose the least worst story available to get this one out in a hurry. The other choices must have been terrible. Read morePublished on January 6, 2013 by PellyFan
King for a Day is a catchy romp along standard plot lines. It has some gems here and there but some gross in this uneven score. Read morePublished on December 18, 2012 by Dr. John W. Rippon
Popular wisdom would have it that Verdi was not entirely at home in the genre of comic opera, and history more or less backs this up. Read morePublished on December 15, 2012 by Keris Nine
Rousing overtures and intermezzi! Scintillating ensemble pieces matching all six principals and chorus, with impressively complex counterpoint! A madcap but crafty libretto! Read morePublished on December 13, 2012 by Reviewer