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Verdi, Erich Kunzel, Cincinnati Pops Orchestra - Verdi Without Words (Grand Opera For Orchestra) album

Verdi, Erich Kunzel, Cincinnati Pops Orchestra - Verdi Without Words (Grand Opera For Orchestra) album
  • Performer Verdi
  • Title Verdi Without Words (Grand Opera For Orchestra)
  • Date of release 1995
  • Style Opera, Romantic
  • Other formats VOX MMF AIFF VQF MOD APE TTA
  • Genre Classical
  • Size MP3 1205 mb
  • Size FLAC 1459 mb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 557

Cincinnati Pops Orchestra & Erich Kunzel. Léon Minkus: Don Quixote (Complete Ballet Score). Moscow International Symphonic Orchestra. Alexander Rahbari, Michael Halász, Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra & Zagreb Festival Orchestra. Music of The Joffrey Ballet of Chicago. Arnold Roth & London Symphony Orchestra.

Cincinnati Pops Orchestra Erich Kunzel – conductor. Giuseppe Verdi inherited from Rossini, Bellini and Donizetti the tradition of glorious vocal melody, and added to it a sense of drama that has never been excelled. Though he evolved a style of enormous subtlety and expressive range across his 28 operas, the element that binds his entire creative output together is his almost peerless ability to write soaring, memorable melodies

Enjoy the music of operas, but not so keen on all those words? Then this is the Verdi album for you. Erich Kunzel and the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra are on top form in this selection of glorious melodies that include favourites such as the 'Grand March' and 'Celeste Aida' from 'Aida'; 'La Donna e Mobile' from 'Rigoletto'; 'Va, Pensiero' from 'Nabucco'; and the 'Anvil Chorus' from 'Il Trovatore".

The following is a list of published compositions by the composer Giuseppe Verdi (1813–1901). Revision of earlier opera, including translations with material musical changes. Librettists not directly involved in the preparation of a specific revision, but whose text (or a translation thereof) is included in the work, are shown in italics. Re Lear (King Lear), 1856. Librettist Antonio Somma worked with Verdi on completing a libretto for an opera based on Shakespeare's King Lear.

Erich Kunzel - Cincinnati Pops Orchestra - Opera Waltzes 10:21. Erich Kunzel - Cincinnati Pops Orchestra - Ballet Waltzes 02:41. Erich Kunzel - Cincinnati Pops Orchestra - Tchaikovsky Waltzes 07:24. Erich Kunzel, Cincinnati Pops Orchestra - Saint-Saens: Danse Macabre 07:47. Erich Kunzel, Cincinnati Pops Orchestra - Gounod: Funeral March of a Marionette (from Alfred Hitchcock Presents) 03:38. Erich Kunzel, Cincinnati Pops Orchestra - Webber: Overture to The Phantom of the Opera 02:14. Erich Kunzel, Cincinnati Pops Orchestra - Waxman: The Bride of Frankenstein 05:12. Erich Kunzel, Cincinnati Pops Orchestra - Herrmann: Sleigh Ride from The Devil and Daniel Webster 01:57.

Tracklist

From "Aida"
1 Selections From Act I: Grand Entrance - "Su! Del Nilo Al Sacro Lido" - Ritorna Vincitor!" - "L'insana Parola" 8:18
2 "Cleste Aida" From Act I 3:53
3 Triumphal Scene From Act II: "Gloria All'Egitto" - Egyptian March - "Vieni, O Guerriero Vindice" 7:22
From "Otello"
4 "Ave Maria" And Final Scene From Act IV 5:23
From "Il Travatore"
5 "Vedi! Le Fosche Notturne Spoglie" (Anvil Chorus) From Act II 3:05
6 "Di Quella Pira" From Act III 3:07
From "La Traviata"
7 Prelude 3:46
8 Introduction To Act I 1:33
9 "Brindisi" From Act I 1:53
10 Waltz From Act I 2:22
11 "Un Di Felice" From Act I 2:42
12 "Sempre Libera Degg'io" From Act I 3:13
13 "Di Provenza Il Mar, Il Suol" Act I 2:00
From "Rigoletto"
14 "Questa O Quella" From Act I 1:49
15 "Caro Nome" From Act II 3:06
16 La Donna È Mobile" From Act IV 2:06
17 "Un Di, Se Ben Rammentomi" From Act IV 5:05
From "Falstaff"
18 "Tutto Nel Mone È Burla" Finale From Act III 3:11
From "Nabucco"
19 "Va, Pensiero" (Prisoners' Chorus) From Act III 4:06

Credits

  • Art Direction, Cover – Anilda Carrasquillo
  • Conductor – Erich Kunzel
  • Edited By – Scott Burgess, Stephanie Rogers
  • Engineer – Michael Bishop
  • Illustration – John Maggard
  • Orchestra – Cincinnati Pops Orchestra
  • Orchestrated By – Crafton Beck, Erich Kunzel
  • Producer – Robert Woods
  • Supervised By – Elaine Martone
  • Technician [Assistance] – Scott Burgess

Notes

Total Playing Time: 69:07

*** Technical Information ****

Recorded in Music Hall,Cincinnati, Ohio, January 17-18, 1994
Microphones: Schoeps MK-25, MK-3
On-Stage Microphone Preamplifiers: Millennia Media HV-3
Console: Ramsa WR-S824B custom engineered by John Windt
Digital Recording Processor: Telarc / UltraAnalog 20-bit ADC custom engineered by Kenneth Hamann and Gary Gomes
Microphone, Interconnecting & Speaker Cables: This recording utilized the latest in cable technology including Monster Cable M1500, M1.5, Series I & III Prolink and Music Interface Technologies Proline
Monitored through Krell "Sudio" 20-bit DAC
Power Amplifiers: Threshold SA-12e and SA-4e, Pure Class A
Monitor Speakers: Waveform Mach 7 (bi-amplified) by Ötovös Industries
Exclusive Control Room Acoustic Treatment: RPG Abffusors & Diffusors
Digital Editing: Sonic Solutions
20 to 16-bit Encoding: Apogee UV-1000 Hyper Resolution CD Encoder

During the recording of the digital masters and the subsequent transfer to disc, the entire audio chain was transformerless. The signal was not passed through any processing device (i.e., compression, limiting or equalization) at any step during production.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 089408036422
  • Other (SPARS Code): DDD