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La Traviata

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  • Callas, Maria - Pure CD

    Callas, Maria - Pure CD

    £12.99
    This collection draws together highlights of the Maria Callas Remastered Edition, showcasing the previously unattainable quality of sound that can now be experienced.
  • Domingo at The Met CD

    Domingo at The Met CD

    £16.99
    Plácido Domingo at The Met contains 3 CDs full of music from the many roles he has sung at the Metropolitan Opera.
  • Domingo, Plácido - Verdi CD

    Domingo, Plácido - Verdi CD

    £14.99
    New Verdi compilation, a wide-ranging anthology of his starring roles featuring over two hours of glorious singing.
  • Pavarotti sings Verdi CD

    Pavarotti sings Verdi CD

    £16.99
    Excerpts from Aida, Un ballo un maschera, Ernani, Otello, Rigoletto, La traviata, Il trovatore and many more.
  • Stoyanova, Krassimira - Verdi CD

    Stoyanova, Krassimira - Verdi CD

    £14.99
    A great selection of Verdi arias from Krassimira Stoyanova accompanied by the Munich Radio Orchestra under Pavel Baleff .
  • Verdi: La Traviata Blu-ray Disc (The Royal Opera) 2009

    Verdi: La Traviata Blu-ray Disc (The Royal Opera) 2009

    £24.99
    Music Director Antonio Pappano conducts La traviata for the first time at Covent Garden, with Renée Fleming and Joseph Calleja in the lead roles.
  • Verdi: La Traviata CD & DVD (Georg Solti)

    Verdi: La Traviata CD & DVD (Georg Solti)

    £24.99
    Angela Gheorghiu's operatic debut from the Royal Opera House conducted by Sir Georg Solti on CD and DVD.
  • Verdi: La Traviata DVD (The Royal Opera)

    Verdi: La Traviata DVD (The Royal Opera)

    £24.99
    This legendary performance of one of the world’s most popular operas marked Angela Gheorghiu's sensational debut at the Royal Opera House, conducted by Sir Georg Solti.
  • Verdi: La Traviata DVD (The Royal Opera) 2009

    Verdi: La Traviata DVD (The Royal Opera) 2009

    £19.99
    Music Director Antonio Pappano conducts La traviata for the first time at Covent Garden, with Renée Fleming and Joseph Calleja in the lead roles.