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Limited 180gm vinyl LP pressing. Maria Callas did not make complete studio recordings of Donizetti's Anna Bolena and Bellini's Il pirata (these two operas are both available in the new Callas Live Edition), though, as the queen of La Scala, she enjoyed triumphs in both roles in 1957-1958. The vocally and dramatically demanding final scenes of both operas feature in this recital with Ophélie's mad scene from Ambroise Thomas's Hamlet, another coloratura extravaganza. When this recital first appeared in 1959, Gramophone wrote: 'This is a most remarkable record, not only for it's material... but for it's astonishing vividness and dramatic poetry... It has been a thing of much wonder for me.'
Limited 180gm vinyl LP pressing. Maria Callas did not make complete studio recordings of Donizetti's Anna Bolena and Bellini's Il pirata (these two operas are both available in the new Callas Live Edition), though, as the queen of La Scala, she enjoyed triumphs in both roles in 1957-1958. The vocally and dramatically demanding final scenes of both operas feature in this recital with Ophélie's mad scene from Ambroise Thomas's Hamlet, another coloratura extravaganza. When this recital first appeared in 1959, Gramophone wrote: 'This is a most remarkable record, not only for it's material... but for it's astonishing vividness and dramatic poetry... It has been a thing of much wonder for me.'
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Mad Scenes [LP]
Artist: Maria Callas
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $22.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Anna Bolena, Act 2: "Piangete Voi?... Al Dolce Guidami Castel Natio" (Anna Bolena, Smeton, Lord Percy
2. Hamlet, Act 4: "A Vos Jeux Mes Amis" (Ophelie) - Maria Callas
3. Il Pirata, Act 2: "Oh! S'io Potessi" (Imogene) - Maria Callas

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Limited 180gm vinyl LP pressing. Maria Callas did not make complete studio recordings of Donizetti's Anna Bolena and Bellini's Il pirata (these two operas are both available in the new Callas Live Edition), though, as the queen of La Scala, she enjoyed triumphs in both roles in 1957-1958. The vocally and dramatically demanding final scenes of both operas feature in this recital with Ophélie's mad scene from Ambroise Thomas's Hamlet, another coloratura extravaganza. When this recital first appeared in 1959, Gramophone wrote: 'This is a most remarkable record, not only for it's material... but for it's astonishing vividness and dramatic poetry... It has been a thing of much wonder for me.'
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