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Donizetti: Don Pasquale DVD (Glyndebourne)

Donizetti: Don Pasquale DVD (Glyndebourne)

Acclaimed Mariame Clément production from 2013 featuring Alessandro Corbelli and Danielle de Niese.
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One of the reasons why Donizetti's Don Pasquale is regarded as a cornerstone of the Italian comic opera tradition is because its characters are no mere commedia dell'arte stereotypes, but complex, vulnerable human beings. This is brought to the fore in Mariame Clément's sensitive and perceptive production, which was hailed by the Financial Times as 'a Glyndebourne classic'.


Composer: Gaetano Donizetti

Don Pasquale: Alessandro Corbelli

Norina: Danielle de Niese

Malatesta: Nikolay Borchev

Ernesto: Alek Shrader

A Notary: James Platt

Servant: Anna-Marie Sullivan

 

The Glyndebourne Chorus

Chorus Master: Jeremy Bines

London Philharmonic Orchestra

Leader: Pieter Schoeman

Conductor: Enrique Mazzola

Director: Mariame Clément

Designer: Julia Hansen

Lighting: Bernd Purkrabek


Plus: Behind the Curtain / Danielle de Niese Introduction / Staging the Opera / Cast Gallery

 

Picture: 16:9

Running Time: 128 mins

Sound: 2.0 PCM / DTS 5.1 (5.0) Surround

Subtitles: EN/FR/DE/KO

Region code: NTSC 0

Categories:

DVDs > Opera
DVDs > Opus Arte Titles

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