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Ann Hallenberg Carnevale 1729

July 14, 2017 | MDT Mail Order

Ann Hallenberg Carnevale 1729

The Carnival of Venice in 1729 was quite unlike any other. Over a period of two months, opera houses went into a frenzy of competition to show off the most famous singers of the day, including the legendary castrato Farinelli who made his astonishing Venetian debut. Several of the most fashionable composers rose to the […]

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Veronique Gens Visions New Album

June 9, 2017 | MDT Mail Order

Veronique Gens Visions

Gramophone 2016 award winner presents her new album. Visions After an album of French songs (Néère, Alpha 215) that earned her a Gramophone Award in 2016, Véronique Gens presents her new recital, this time with orchestra, which gives her an opportunity to display the maturity of her ‘Falcon’ soprano, the central tessitura typical of French […]

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New Opera Releases

June 2, 2017 | MDT Mail Order

Decca DG Bluray

New opera releases from DG and Decca at special prices. WAGNER Tristan Und Isolde. Wolfgang Windgassen, Martti Talvela, Birgit Nilsson, Eberhard Waechter etc. Chor und Orchester der Bayreuther Festspiele / Karl Bohm. Deutsche Grammophon 3cds + Blu-Ray-Audio £25.00 (Usually 26.55) STRAUSS, R Salome. Birgit Nilsson, Eberhard Wachter, Gerhard Stolze, Grace Hoffman, Wiener Philharmoniker / Sir […]

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Mark Elder Halle Wagner Parsifal

May 12, 2017 | MDT Mail Order

Mark Elder Halle Wargner Parsifal

Recorded at the BBC Proms in the Royal Albert Hall, London, Sunday 25 August 2013 Following their acclaimed previous Wagner opera releases, Hallé present the re-mastered recording of their 2013 Prom performance, recorded live at the Royal Albert Hall. WAGNER Parsifal. Lars Cleveman, Katarina Dalayman, Sir John Tomlinson, The Halle / Sir Mark Elder. Halle […]

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Ivan Fischer Mahler Symphony 3

April 25, 2017 | MDT Mail Order

Ivan Fischer Mahler Symphony 3

Gustav Mahlers Third Symphony, lasting one and a half hours or more, is not only his longest work but at the same time an exuberant and sunny ode to nature, mankind, the world and indeed life itself. And for this song of praise the composer requires both room and lavish means. No less than six […]

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