[ Opus Arte DVD / 3 DVD ]
Release Date: Monday 20 October 2008
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"A performance realised to Glyndebourne's highest standards - the chorus and stage brass are Bayreuth-level, the casting immaculate." (Gramophone)
Picture format: NTSC 16:9 anamorphic
Sound formats: DTS 5.1 / LPCM Stereo
Region code: 0 (worldwide)
Menu languages: English
Subtitles: English, German, French, Spanish, Italian
Running time: 350 mins
"A performance realised to Glyndebourne's highest standards - the chorus and stage brass are Bayreuth-level, the casting immaculate (they can all really sing these parts) and Belohlávek's conducting balanced with a Goodall-like attention to the filigree detail of Wagner's new-wave scoring."
"Stemme's fiery Irish princess is even finer than on the Domingo CD… Gambill's burly Tristan projects a darker, more resigned intensity… Pape's black-voiced Marke rightly dominates the stage… Karneus is a passionate, lusciously sung Brangäne. Lehnhoff's Glyndebourne production doesn't outclass Daniel Barenboim's magnificent video... But those looking for a Tristan with warmth and immediacy will find it certainly shares Barenboim's benchmark recommendation."
Recorded live at Glyndebourne, Lewes, Sussex on 29 July, 1 and 6 August 2007
MusicWeb - DVD of the Year 2008
- Artists biographies
- "On the set" - a slide show of the set being built
-"Trimborn on Tristan" - a talk about the musicological and philosophical backgrounds of Tristan und Isolde.
- A film by Reiner E. Moritz
- Illustrated synopsis and cast gallery