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Gaetano Donizetti – Lucia Di Lammermoor (Bonynge) [1971]

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Gaetano Donizetti – Lucia Di Lammermoor (Bonynge) [1971]

1. Act I
2. Act II
3. Act III

Lucia - Joan Sutherland
Edgardo - Luciano Pavarotti
Enrico - Sherrill Milnes
Raimondo - Nicolai Ghiaurov
Arturo - Ryland Davies
Alisa - Huguette Tourangeau
Normanno - Pier Francesco Poli

Covent Garden Chorus & Orchestra Of The Royal Opera House
Richard Bonynge – conductor


Sutherland's return to the title role last season at Covent Garden was an almost unqualified triumph, showing that she could still encompass it as successfully as on this set. Those who saw her then for the first time, and have CD, will surely want this reminder of the soprano in probably her best role. It is more interesting as an interpretation than her earlier Decca 1961 recording on LP only, verbally more precise in many ways and almost as freshly voiced. Pavarotti sings with predictable elan as Edgardo, and with great feeling in the last act. Ghiaurov makes a sonorous Raimondo. Bonynge conducts with buoyancy but not always the feeling for line of Serafin for Callas. One of her versions is promised from EMI on CD sometime next year and it is still to Callas that one would turn for the ultimate in projecting Lucia's sorrow—but both her sets made the bad old theatre cuts. So for the whole thing, not to forget a really spacious recording, the Decca is an essential. --- Alan Blyth, Gramophone (11/1985)

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