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Mirella Freni - Great Opera Divas (2000)

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01. Donizetti Don Pasquale Act 1. Quel guardo il cavalier...So anch'io
02. Donizetti L'elisir d'amore Act 1. Chiedi all'aura lusinghiera
03. Puccini Tosca Act 2. Vissi d'arte Act 2. Un bel di vedremo play
04. Puccini Madama Batterfly Un bel di vedremo
05. Puccini Madama Butterfly Tu tu Piccolo iddio!
06. Bizet Carmen Act 3. C'est des contrebandiers...Je dis que rien ne m'épouvent
07. Bizet Les Pecherurs de perles Act 2. Me voilà seul...Comme autrefois
08. Massenet Manon Act 2. Allons!...Adieu, notre petite table
09. Gounod Faust Act 3. Je voudrais bien savoir...Il était un Roi de Thulé...Ah! Je ris (Jewel Song)
10. Gounod Romeo et Juliette Act 1. Voyons, nouricce...Je veux vivre (Waltz Song)

01. Bellini I Puritani O rendetemi la speme...Qui la voce...Vien, diletto
02. Verdi La Traviata E strano...Ah, fors' e lui, Sempre libera
03. Puccini Gianni Schicchi O mio babbino caro play
04. Puccini Manon Lescaut In quelle trini morbide
05. Puccini La Rondine Che il bel sogno di Doretta
06. Puccini Suor Angelica Senza mamma
07. Puccini Turandot Signiore ascolta
08. Puccini Turandot Tu che di gel sei cinta
09. Mascagni Lodoletta Ah! Il suo nome!...Flammen, perdonami!
10. Mascagni L'amico Fritz Son pochi fiori
11. Mascagni L'amico Fritz Non mi resta il pianto
12. Cilea Adriana Lecouvreur Io son l'umile ancella
13. Cilea Adriana Lecouvreur Poveri fiori
Mirella Freni - Soprano (Vocal) Franco Ferraris - Conductor Nicolai Gedda - Tenor (Vocal) La Scala Theater Orchestra Alain Lombard - Conductor Leone Magiera - Conductor Francesco Molinari-Pradelli - Conductor Riccardo Muti - Conductor Paris National Opera Orchestra Philharmonia Orchestra RAI Symphony Orchestra, Milan Teatro dell'Opera di Roma Chorus & Orchestra Michele Vilma - Mezzo-Soprano (Vocal) Antonino Votto - Conductor


Mirella Freni made her professional debut as Micaela in Carmen in 1955 in her hometown of Modena and, over the following several seasons, sang at most of the leading Italian opera houses. She made her La Scala debut in 1963 as Nanetta in Falstaff and the following year; she achieved immediate international stardom there, when she was cast by Maestro Herbert von Karajan as Mimì in a new production of La Bohème staged by Franco Zefferelli. Within a short period of time, guest appearances took Ms. Freni to the world’s most important opera houses, including the Vienna State Opera, where the prestigious title “Kammersängerin” was conferred upon her by the Austrian Government. In North America, the soprano made her Metropolitan Opera debut in 1965. On that occasion, as on the occasions of debuts in San Francisco, Chicago, Houston, Philadelphia and Miami, the role of Mimì served as her calling card.

In 1970, Ms. Freni began a judicious transition from the purely lyric repertory to that of certain spinto roles, when she starred with Jon Vickers in a new production of Otello at the Salzburg Festival. The conductor was Maestro von Karajan who, perhaps more than anyone, had a profound influence on her career. Other conductors with whom the soprano has enjoyed extended collaborations include: Claudio Abbado, Roberto Abbado, Carlo Maria Giulini, Carlos Kleiber, George Prêtre and the aforementioned Maestri Levine, Muti, Ozawa and Sinopoli.

During the ‘70’s and ‘80’s, Mirella Freni continued to expand her repertory by undertaking major Verdi, Puccini and Russian operas, e.g. Don Carlo, Aida, Ernani, Manon Lescaut, Eugene Onegin and Pique Dame. In recent seasons, she has explored the verismo repertory, adding the title roles of Adriana Lecouvrer, Fedora and Madame Sans Gène and The Maid of Orleans. Many of Ms. Freni’s distinguished video performances from the Metropolitan Opera, La Scala, Paris Opera and the Vienna State Opera are currently released on DVD. Most recently, Deutsche Grammophon has released the Metropolitan Opera telecasts of Don Carlo and Fedora with Ms. Freni and Placido Domingo.

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