Mozart - Cosi fan tutte (DVD)
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Cat No: 109100
Format: DVD - NTSC
Number of Discs: 2
Release Date: 1st June 2015
Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
Legendary Performances Series
Riccardo Muti had made a sensational Salzburg debut in 1971, and this Cosi fan tutte was his first Mozart opera at the festival. It was acclaimed by both the general public and international critics, who were virtually unanimous in their praise of the aesthetic quality of the production.
Muti was praised for his authoritative approach to Mozart's music, while the remarkably homogeneous team of international soloists was equally applauded. The singers form an admirably cohesive ensemble and all of them are outstanding Mozart singers.
The production became a staple at the Salzburg Festival and hugely popular with audiences. Muti gives both the musicians and the audience time to appreciate Mozart's music in all its beauty, formal mastery and, above all, in the endless variety of its depiction of human foibles.
The Vienna Philharmonic's playing is well sprung and relaxed, but always imbued with great intensity.
Director: Michael Hampe
Recorded: Salzburger Festspiele, 1983
Sound Format: PCM Stereo
Picture Format: 4:3
Original Language: IT
Subtitles: IT, GB, DE, FR, ES
Running Time: 188 mins
2 x DVD 9 / NTSC
Region Code: 0
Worldwide available excl. Japan
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