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Puccini - Pavarotti · Freni · Ghiaurov · Harwood · Panerai · Maffeo · Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra · Herbert von Karajan - La Bohème album download
Performer: Puccini
Title: La Bohème
Country: Germany
Released: 1976
Style: Opera
Rating: 4.6/5
Format: MP3 FLAC AUD AHX ADX VOC DXD DTS DMF
FLAC size: 1529 mb | MP3 size: 1234 mb | WMA size: 1365 mb
Genre: Classical

Orchestra – Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. Other – Antonio Tonini. Producer – James Mallinson, Ray Minshull. Libretto based on episodes from Henri Murger's "Scenes de la vie de Bohème". First performed at Teatro Reggio, Turin, February 1st 1896. Recorded in Jesus-Christus Kirche, Berlin. Mit Textbeilage Program notes enclosed Texte annexé. 1973 Made in Germany - Teldec Telefunken-Decca Schallplatten-Ges.

Rolando Panerai, Herbert von Karajan, Berlin Philharmonic, Mirella Freni, Gianni Maffeo, Nicolai Ghiaurov & Luciano Pavarotti. Musetta!" Luciano Pavarotti, Herbert von Karajan, Schonberger Sangerknaben, Gianni Maffeo, Chor der Deutschen Oper Berlin, Nicolai Ghiaurov, Berlin Philharmonic, Rolando Panerai, Michel Sénéchal & Elizabeth Harwood. Elizabeth Harwood, Herbert von Karajan, Schonberger Sangerknaben, Chor der Deutschen Oper Berlin, Michel Sénéchal, Mirella Freni, Berlin Philharmonic, Luciano Pavarotti, Nicolai Ghiaurov, Rolando Panerai & Gianni Maffeo. 16. La bohème, Act II: "Chi l'ha richiesto". Nicolai Ghiaurov, Herbert von Karajan, Schonberger Sangerknaben, Gianni Maffeo, Chor der Deutschen Oper Berlin, Berlin Philharmonic, Luciano Pavarotti, Rolando Panerai & Elizabeth Harwood.

Overview (current section). La bohème: Act I (first part). Questo mar rosso" - Giacomo Puccini. Set track as current obsession.

Giacomo Puccini; Elizabeth Harwood; Luciano Pavarotti; Rolando Panerai; Nicolai Ghiaurov; Gianni Maffeo; Berliner Philharmoniker; Herbert von Karajan. 13. "Vecchia zimarra, senti" Giacomo Puccini; Nicolai Ghiaurov; Gianni Maffeo; Berliner Philharmoniker; Herbert von Karajan. The role of Rodolfo from Puccini's La Bohème launched Luciano Pavarotti's career in 1961 when he made his professional debut in a small regional production in Reggio Emilia, Italy. He would revisit the role several times over his career, including this 1972 album considered to be one of the finest versions of La Bohème ever recorded. Equally impressive here is Pavarotti's childhood friend Mirella Freni as Mimi. Conductor Herbert von Karajan proves himself a masterful, sensitive interpreter of Puccini as he leads the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra.

Mirella Freni, Berliner Philharmoniker, Luciano Pavarotti, Elizabeth Harwood, Gianni Maffeo, Rolando Panerai, Chor Der Deutschen Oper Berlin, Nicolai Ghiaurov, Michel Sénéchal, Gernot Pietsch - Puccini - La Boheme (Karajan; Freni, Pavarotti, Harwood, Ghiaurov).

The role of Rodolfo from Giacomo Puccini's La Bohème launched Luciano Pavarotti's career in 1961 when he made his professional debut in a small regional production in Reggio Emilia, Italy. Pohl - Un doganiere Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Chorus of German Opera Berlin - Conducted by Herbert von Karajan. Panhistoricus 10 June 2016 08:33. This is a reupload? 0. nfyz5 10 June 2016 09:40.

Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. Berlin State Opera Chorus. Primary Artist, Vocals. Director, Primary Artist. Siegfried Lauterwasser. Primary Artist, Tenor (Vocal). Die Schöneberger Sängerknaben.

Tracklist

A 1. Akt (Teil 1) "Questo Mar Rosso"
B1 1. Akt (Schluß) "Ehi! Rodolfo!"
B2 2. Akt "Aranci, Ninnoli!"
C 3. Akt "Ohè Là, Le Guardie!"
D 4. Akt "In Un Coupé?"

Credits

  • Choir – Schöneberger Boys Choir*
  • Chorus – Chorus Of The Deutsche Oper, Berlin*
  • Chorus Master – Walter Hagen-Groll
  • Composed By – Giacomo Puccini
  • Conductor – Herbert von Karajan
  • Engineer – Colin Moorfoot, Gordon Parry, James Lock
  • Libretto By – Giuseppe Giacosa, Luigi Illica
  • Orchestra – Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra*
  • Other [Stylistic Adviser] – Antonio Tonini
  • Producer – James Mallinson, Ray Minshull
  • Vocals [A Custom-house Official] – Hans-Dietrich Pohl
  • Vocals [Benoit, Alcindoro] – Michel Senechal*
  • Vocals [Colline] – Nicolai Ghiaurov
  • Vocals [Marcello] – Rolando Panerai
  • Vocals [Mimi] – Mirella Freni
  • Vocals [Musetta] – Elizabeth Harwood
  • Vocals [Parpignol] – Gernot Pietsch
  • Vocals [Rodolfo] – Luciano Pavarotti
  • Vocals [Sergeant] – Hans-Dieter Appelt

Notes

Libretto based on episodes from Henri Murger's "Scenes de la vie de Bohème".
First performed at Teatro Reggio, Turin, February 1st 1896

Recorded in Jesus-Christus Kirche, Berlin

Mit Textbeilage
Program notes enclosed
Texte annexé

Booklet printed in England
Main credits in booklet in English
Main credits on records in German

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SET 565/66, SET 565-6 Puccini* - Pavarotti* · Freni* · Ghiaurov* · Harwood* · Panerai* · Maffeo* · Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra* · Herbert von Karajan Puccini* - Pavarotti* · Freni* · Ghiaurov* · Harwood* · Panerai* · Maffeo* · Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra* · Herbert von Karajan - La Bohème ‎(2xLP + Box) Decca, Decca SET 565/66, SET 565-6 Germany 1973
SET 565/66, SET 565-6 Puccini* - Pavarotti* · Freni* · Ghiaurov* · Harwood* · Panerai* · Maffeo* · Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra* · Herbert von Karajan Puccini* - Pavarotti* · Freni* · Ghiaurov* · Harwood* · Panerai* · Maffeo* · Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra* · Herbert von Karajan - La Bohème ‎(2xLP, RP + Box) Decca, Decca SET 565/66, SET 565-6 UK & Europe Unknown
SETI 565-6 Puccini* - Pavarotti* · Freni* · Ghiaurov* · Harwood* · Panerai* · Maffeo* · Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra* · Herbert von Karajan Puccini* - Pavarotti* · Freni* · Ghiaurov* · Harwood* · Panerai* · Maffeo* · Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra* · Herbert von Karajan - La Bohème ‎(2xLP, Box + Box) Decca SETI 565-6 Italy 1973
46 988 2 Puccini* - Pavarotti* · Freni* · Ghiaurov* · Harwood* · Panerai* · Maffeo* · Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra* · Herbert von Karajan Puccini* - Pavarotti* · Freni* · Ghiaurov* · Harwood* · Panerai* · Maffeo* · Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra* · Herbert von Karajan - La Bohème ‎(2xLP, Club, RE, DMM + Box) Decca Club Edition Parnass 46 988 2 Germany Unknown
ZAL12174, ZAL12176 Puccini* - Pavarotti* · Freni* · Ghiaurov* · Harwood* · Panerai* · Maffeo* · Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra* · Herbert von Karajan Puccini* - Pavarotti* · Freni* · Ghiaurov* · Harwood* · Panerai* · Maffeo* · Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra* · Herbert von Karajan - La Bohème ‎(2xLP, Smplr) Not On Label, Not On Label ZAL12174, ZAL12176 UK 1973

Tracklist

A 1. Akt (Teil 1) "Questo Mar Rosso"
B1 1. Akt (Schluß) "Ehi! Rodolfo!"
B2 2. Akt "Aranci, Ninnoli!"
C 3. Akt "Ohè Là, Le Guardie!"
D 4. Akt "In Un Coupé?"

Credits

  • Choir – Schöneberger Boys Choir*
  • Chorus – Chorus Of The Deutsche Oper, Berlin*
  • Chorus Master – Walter Hagen-Groll
  • Composed By – Giacomo Puccini
  • Conductor – Herbert von Karajan
  • Engineer – Colin Moorfoot, Gordon Parry, James Lock
  • Libretto By – Giuseppe Giacosa, Luigi Illica
  • Orchestra – Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra*
  • Other [Stylistic Adviser] – Antonio Tonini
  • Producer – James Mallinson, Ray Minshull
  • Vocals [A Custom-house Official] – Hans-Dietrich Pohl
  • Vocals [Benoit, Alcindoro] – Michel Senechal*
  • Vocals [Colline] – Nicolai Ghiaurov
  • Vocals [Marcello] – Rolando Panerai
  • Vocals [Mimi] – Mirella Freni
  • Vocals [Musetta] – Elizabeth Harwood
  • Vocals [Parpignol] – Gernot Pietsch
  • Vocals [Rodolfo] – Luciano Pavarotti
  • Vocals [Sergeant] – Hans-Dieter Appelt

Notes

Libretto based on episodes from Henri Murger's "Scenes de la vie de Bohème".
First performed at Teatro Reggio, Turin, February 1st 1896

Recorded in Jesus-Christus Kirche, Berlin

Mit Textbeilage
Program notes enclosed
Texte annexé

℗ 1973
Made in Germany - Teldec »Telefunken-Decca« Schallplatten-Ges. mbH.

Booklet printed in England
Main credits in booklet in English
Main credits on records in German

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Other (SET 565): Factory Sample
  • Other (SET 566): Factory Sample

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SET 565/66, SET 565-6 Puccini* - Pavarotti* · Freni* · Ghiaurov* · Harwood* · Panerai* · Maffeo* · Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra* · Herbert von Karajan Puccini* - Pavarotti* · Freni* · Ghiaurov* · Harwood* · Panerai* · Maffeo* · Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra* · Herbert von Karajan - La Bohème ‎(2xLP + Box) Decca, Decca SET 565/66, SET 565-6 Germany 1973
SET 565/66, SET 565-6 Puccini* - Pavarotti* · Freni* · Ghiaurov* · Harwood* · Panerai* · Maffeo* · Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra* · Herbert von Karajan Puccini* - Pavarotti* · Freni* · Ghiaurov* · Harwood* · Panerai* · Maffeo* · Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra* · Herbert von Karajan - La Bohème ‎(2xLP, RP + Box) Decca, Decca SET 565/66, SET 565-6 UK & Europe Unknown
SETI 565-6 Puccini* - Pavarotti* · Freni* · Ghiaurov* · Harwood* · Panerai* · Maffeo* · Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra* · Herbert von Karajan Puccini* - Pavarotti* · Freni* · Ghiaurov* · Harwood* · Panerai* · Maffeo* · Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra* · Herbert von Karajan - La Bohème ‎(2xLP, Box + Box) Decca SETI 565-6 Italy 1973
46 988 2 Puccini* - Pavarotti* · Freni* · Ghiaurov* · Harwood* · Panerai* · Maffeo* · Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra* · Herbert von Karajan Puccini* - Pavarotti* · Freni* · Ghiaurov* · Harwood* · Panerai* · Maffeo* · Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra* · Herbert von Karajan - La Bohème ‎(2xLP, Club, RE, DMM + Box) Decca Club Edition Parnass 46 988 2 Germany Unknown
OSA5-1299 Puccini* - Pavarotti* · Freni* · Ghiaurov* · Harwood* · Panerai* · Maffeo* · Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra* · Herbert von Karajan Puccini* - Pavarotti* · Freni* · Ghiaurov* · Harwood* · Panerai* · Maffeo* · Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra* · Herbert von Karajan - La Bohème ‎(2xCass + Box) London Records OSA5-1299 UK & Europe 1976