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Mascagni / Leoncavallo: Cavalleria Rusticana / Pagliacci DVD (Metropolitan Opera)

Mascagni / Leoncavallo: Cavalleria Rusticana / Pagliacci DVD (Metropolitan Opera)

Franco Zeffirelli production for The Metropolitan Opera conducted by James Levine, starring Plácido Domingo, Tatiana Troyanos and Teresa Stratas.
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Plácido Domingo accomplishes the rare feat of singing both lead roles on the same night in opera's most popular double-bill. James Levine conducts the tenor in Franco Zeffirelli's classic production, opposite the superb singing of Tatiana Troyanos, Teresa Stratas and Sherrill Milnes.

 

Cavalleria Rusticana - Pietro Mascagni
Turiddu: Plácido Domingo
Santuzza: Tatiana Troyanos
Lucia: Jean Kraft
Alfio: Vern Shinall
Lola: Isola Jones

 

Pagliacci - Ruggero Leoncavallo
Tonio: Sherrill Milnes
Canio: Plácido Domingo
Villagers: Arthur Apy / Domenico Simeone
Nedda: Teresa Stratas
Beppe: James Atherton
Silvio: Allan Monk
 

The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra and Chorus , James Levine 1978
Chorus master: David Stivender
Production: Franco Zeffirelli
Set and Costume: Franco Zeffirelli


Sound: LPCM stereo / DTS 5.1 Surround
Format: NTSC
Region code: All regions
Running Time: 152 mins
Subtitles: EN 

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