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Il trovatore opera in quattro parti = opera in four parts = Oper in vier Teilen = opera en quatre parties

Title
Il trovatore [videorecording] : opera in quattro parti = opera in four parts = Oper in vier Teilen = opera en quatre parties / Giuseppe Verdi ; libretto, Salvatore Cammarano, Leone Emanuele Bardare ; video director, Brian Large; audio producer, Jay David Saks.
Author
Verdi, Giuseppe, 1813-1901.
Publication
Hamburg : Deutsche Grammophon, p1990, c1988.

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Description
1 container (2 videodiscs) (133 min.) : sd., col., digital, stereo.; 12 in.
Uniform Title
Trovatore. English & Italian
Alternative Title
  • Trovatore.
  • Le trouvere.
  • Der troubadour.
Subject
Note
  • Accompanied by: Program notes in English by Roger Parker, and in French by Luigi Bellingardi; with synopsis in English and French (9 p. : ill.).
  • Summary: Set in northern Spain at the beginning of the 15th century, the troubadour Manrico proves to be the long lost brother of the Count di Luna. In the end the Count orders the execution of his brother, not knowing until too late that it is his brother.
  • CD video.
  • "A Metropolitan Opera production".
  • Recorded at the Metropolitan Opera House, New York, Oct. 1988.
  • Credits: Executive producer, Peter Gelb; stage production, Fabrizio Melano; set designer, Ezio Frigerio; costume designer, Franca Squarciapino; lighting designer, Gil Wechsler.
  • Cast: Eva Marton; Dolora Zajick; Luciano Pavarotti; Sherrill Milnes; other soloists; the Metropolitan Opera Chorus & Orchestra; chorus master, Davis Stivender; conductor, James Levine.
  • Additional titles from container: Der troubadour = Le trouvere.
System Details (note)
  • Laserdisc.
Language (note)
  • In Italian, with English subtitles.
LCCN
044007251317
OCLC
  • ocn612805153
  • 612805153
Owning Institutions
Columbia University Libraries