Mozart - Don Giovanni (Salzburg 2008) [2 DVD9]

Author: nhocdien12345 Date: 2010-10-07 17:08:35

Mozart - Don Giovanni (Salzburg 2008) [DVD9]
2 DVD9 | ISO | NTSC (720x480) | 29,970 fps | Video: MPEG-2@6250 kbps | Audio: AC-3@448 kbps + LPCM@1536 kbps | 11.8 GB
Language: Italian | Subtitle: English, German, Italian | Time: 02:56:22
Genre: Opera | RAR 3% Recovery

Don Giovanni (K. 527; complete title: Il dissoluto punito, ossia il Don Giovanni, literally The Rake Punished, or Don Giovanni) is an opera in two acts with music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and with an Italian libretto by Lorenzo Da Ponte.

Mozart: Don Giovanni - Hampson, Gruberova, Alexander, Bonney [Harnoncourt] [3 CD]

Author: aibdescalzo Date: 2010-08-11 15:28:47

Mozart: Don Giovanni [Harnoncourt]
Easy CD-DA Extractor 12 rip | Classical (opera) | 3 CD | FLAC + CUE | No logs | Scans | 698 mb | RS + FSonic + FServe | TT 02:51:59
Released: June 25, 1991 | Label: Teldec | Recorded: 10/1988

Hans-Peter Blochwitz, Roberta Alexander, Robert Holl, Barbara Bonney, Edita Gruberova, Thomas Hampson, László Polgár, Anton Scharinger
Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Netherlands Opera Chorus, Nikolaus Harnoncourt (conductor)

W. A. Mozart "Don Giovanni" (1979)

Author: EnKteam Date: 2010-06-11 06:41:17

W. A. Mozart "Don Giovanni" (1979)
DVD5 | Video: PAL 768x576 (4:3) 25fps MPEG2 4.1Mbps | Audio: AC3 2CH 224Kbps/ AC3 5.1 224Kbps
Language: Italian | Subtitle: Eng, Rus | Runtime: 176min | Size: 4.32GB
Genre: Opera

Joseph Losey's 1979 film adaptation of the Mozart opera Don Giovanni adheres faithfully to the original Lorenzo Da Ponte libretto, with rakish Don Giovanni (Ruggero Raimondi) putting the make on the aristocratic Dona Anna (Edda Moser). Giovanni's enemies warn him that he'll suffer mightily for his amorous escapades. And when the gates of hell open up on cue in the last act, and Don Giovanni is dragged screaming into perdition, it turns out those enemies were right.

Mozart: Don Giovanni - Furtwängler, Wiener Philarmoniker (DVD9, 1954)

Author: fredoking Date: 2009-11-18 05:46:47

Mozart: Don Giovanni - Furtwängler, Wiener Philarmoniker
DVD9 | 2:57:05 | MPEG2 | NTSC | 720x480 | 4:3 | 29.97fps | PCM Mono | 7.4GB
Language: Italian | Sub: Italian, English, German, French, Spanish, Chinese
Classical | Opera | Deutsche Gramophon | 0730199

In 1954, Furtwängler wanted to make of this Don Juan his musical testimony (he died less than 1 year efter this recording), in a "metaphysical ", reserved but alive version, of a unique dramatic strength.
Thanks to the technique still in its beginning of the Movie-opera, we discover in Siepi a Don Juan full of liveliness and in the physical appearance of Hollywood actor, Della Casa so beautiful wasting away in Elvire, or divinely moving Grümmer.
And at the end there is Furtwängler's equally unfashionable reading, romantic and big-honed, taking its time to unfold the drama. Furtwängler definitely tilts the Mozart's "Dramma Giocoso" towards "dramma" aspect, making this performance the most riveting ever seen.
Even if the recording suffers from the technical limits of time (a little faded colors Technicolor), the correct conditions allow us to discover what the spectators of 1954 had seen: a old-fashioned and traditional but alive performance, which gives substance to one of the most mythical and of the most tremendous recordings of Don Giovanni.

Maybe the best Don Giovanni on DVD.

Mozart - Don Giovanni - Bernard Haitink

Author: Catteres Date: 2007-09-09 20:19:00

Mozart - Don Giovanni - Thomas Allen, Carol Vaness, Maria Ewing - Glyndebourne Chorus, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Bernard Haitink
1984 | EMI Classics | EAC secure APE + CUE + LOG + cover | 3CD | 651 MB

Mozart - Don Giovanni (Daniel Harding, Thomas Hampson, Ildebrando D'Arcangelo, Christine Schafer) [2006]

Author: Sowulo Date: 2013-05-17 05:42:42

Mozart - Don Giovanni (Daniel Harding, Thomas Hampson, Ildebrando D'Arcangelo, Christine Schäfer) [2006]
NTSC 16:9 (720x480) VBR Auto Pan&Scan | Italiano (LinearPCM, 2 ch), (DTS, 6 ch) | 7.31 Gb + 5.99 Gb (2*DVD9)
Classical | Label: DECCA | Sub: Italiano, English, Deutsch, Francais, Espanol, Chinese | +3% Recovery | 180 min

This release is part of last summer’s project to record for DVD all 22 of Mozart’s operas in performances from the Salzburg Festival. This is the only one of the 22 that I have seen so far, but from the trailer, it looks like none of the productions are traditional... FANFARE: Raymond Tuttle

Mozart - Don Giovanni - Roger Norrington

Author: EnzoF Date: 2007-09-04 16:57:00

Mozart - Don Giovanni - Roger Norrington
APE | 3 CDs | 194 mins | 700MB

Donizetti - Don Pasquale - Ricardo Muti

Author: zedda piras Date: 2009-04-17 15:38:17

Gaetano Donizetti - Don Pasquale - Ricardo Muti - Sesto Bruscantini, Mirela Freni, Leo Nucci, Gösta Winbergh, Guido Fabbris - Ambrosian Opera Chorus, Philharmonia Orchestra
Classical | 1984 | EMI Classics | 7470682 | 2CD | EAC rip | Monkey's Audio v4.05 | APE | CUE | LOG | cover scan | RS | RAR | 485.3 MB | TT: 123’28”

Donizetti was, for nearly a decade after 1835, the leading composer of Italian opera. His work represents a transitional stage in operatic development between Rossini and Verdi

Don Pasquale is an opera buffa, or comic opera, in three acts. In the tradition of opera buffa, Donizetti harkens back to the stock characters of the commedia dell'arte. Pasquale is recognizable as the blustery Pantalone, Ernesto as the lovesick Pierrot, Malatesta as the scheming Scapino, and Norina as a wily Columbina. ~ Wikipedia

This recording is a superb performance of a jewel of an opera. Riccardo Muti's tempos are fast, very fast, and from the overture onwards, the opera sprints along in a wonderful way. There is a sense of joy in this performance that is largely absent in most performances (recorded or live) of this delightful operatic comedy. Muti keeps a very tight rein on his singers: although this is a bel canto opera (where elaborate vocal decorations and interpolated top notes are the norm), Muti does not permit his singers to indulge in any sort of vocal embellishments whatsoever.
Mirella Freni is a great Norina, a full lyric voice with good coloratura, and a delicious characterization; this recording is one of her best. Gosta Winbergh's Ernesto is no less impressive, the role could have been written for him. His lyric tenor is truly a beautiful and finely tuned instrument, and he exemplifies what bel canto singing is all about. Sesto Bruscantini is an endearing and vocally fluent Don Pasquale, and Leo Nucci is a convincing Dr. Malatesta. Both of them add a great sense of fun to the procedings.
If one is looking for a recording of "Don Pasquale", this one would certainly qualify for the caliber of the performance as well as for the sheer standard of the singing. ~amazon.com

Paisiello - Il Barbiere di Siviglia (Giovanni Di Stefano) [2008]

Author: Sowulo Date: 2012-08-21 10:35:22

Paisiello - Il Barbiere di Siviglia (Giovanni Di Stefano) [2008]
NTSC 4:3 (720x480) VBR | Italiano (Dolby AC3, 2 ch); English (Dolby AC3, 6 ch) | 5.76 Gb (DVD9)
Classical | Label: Bongiovanni | Sub: Italiano, English | 117 min | +3% Recovery

Written by Giovanni Paisiello during his lengthy stay at the court of Catherine II, the opera was an enormous success and was still very famous at the time of the composer’s death the same year of Rossini’s Barbiere debut, strongly opposed by many who considered the work of the upstart to be a sacrilegious attack on the memory of Paisiello. The reductive transposition for libretto – probably the work of Giuseppe Petrosellini – of the play “Le barbier de Séville” by Pierre-Augustin de Beaurmarchais, successfully presented in St. Petersburg a few years earlier, determined the international success of the subject: the second text of the French trilogy gained the attention of Mozart, who proposed it to Da Ponte for Le nozze di Figaro (1786)...

Paisiello - Don Chisciotte (Morandi) (1991)

Author: ArlegZ Date: 2010-09-04 11:29:15

Paisiello - Don Chisciotte (Morandi) (1991)
APE, IMG+CUE, LOG, Complete Artwork (jpg) => 455 MB | CD1:56’37; CD2:56’37
EAC Rip | Classical/Opera | Label: Nuova Era Records - Italy | FSonic/FServe

Paisiello (1740-1816) was the master of Italian opera buffo and a significant influence on Mozart. His orchestral writing and musical characterizations are deft and dramatic, and he was the first to introduce ensemble finales into comic operas. Don Chisciotte is an early work, premiered in Naples (where he spent most of his life) in 1769, and it already shows all the skills that made his work popular throughout Europe. The libretto by Lorenzi is based on a 1719 play that deals with the Don's visit to a noble court and the tricks that are played on him there, drawing in material from elsewhere in Cervantes' novel, including his tilt with the windmills.
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