Gianni Schicchi [with Rachmaninov - The Miserly Knight] (complete operas recorded in 2004) BLU-RAY

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Gianni Schicchi [with Rachmaninov - The Miserly Knight] (complete operas recorded in 2004) BLU-RAY
Glyndebourne Opera / Alessandro Corbelli / Massimo Giordano / Richard Berkeley-Steele / Maxim Mikhailov / Vladimir Jurowski (cond)

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Release Date: Monday 1 December 2008

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Blu-Ray - "Alessandro Corbelli delivers a masterclass in how to extract every ounce of humour from comedy by playing it straight. He is the king of comedy and an international treasure." The Stage

Alessandro Corbelli takes the title role in Annabel Arden's whirlwind production of Puccini's compact opera, in which the scheming Gianni Schicchi retrieves for himself the spoils of a disinherited family to pave the way for his daughter to marry her love.

Rachmaninov's The Miserly Knight - The complete opera, also directed by Annabel Arden and conducted by Vladimir Jurowski, as performed alongside Gianni Schicchi as a double bill at Glyndebourne on 11th July 2004.

PICTURE FORMAT: 1080i

LENGTH: 162 Mins

SOUND: 2.0 & 5.1 PCM AUDIO

Recorded live at Glyndebourne Opera House, Sussex, UK on 11 July 2004.

Bonus:
- interviews with Alessandro Corbelli, Vladimir Jurowski, and Annabel Arden

"Alessandro Corbelli delivers a masterclass in how to extract every ounce of humour from comedy by playing it straight. He is the king of comedy and an international treasure." The Stage

"Annabel Arden's dark staging of Rachmaninov's opera and her brilliantly funny view of Puccini's comedy make for a perfect Glyndebourne evening. Sergei Leiferkus and Alessandro Corbelli are memorable in the respective title parts and Vladimir Jurowski is the superb conductor." Sunday Times

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Watch an excerpt from this production…