Puccini - Le Willis
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Label: Opera Rara
Cat No: ORC59
Number of Discs: 1
Expected Release Date: 20th September 2019
ArtistsErmonela Jaho (soprano)
Arsen Soghomonyan (tenor)
Brian Mulligan (baritone)
Opera Rara Chorus
London Philharmonic Orchestra
“The cast was exceptional. Ermonela Jaho is justifiably famous for her Puccini interpretations and superb vocalism. […] Arsen Soghomonyan’s Roberto was equally assured. He has a lovely covered quality in his tone, is thrillingly secured above the stave, and he colours and phrases most musically and effectively. As Guglielmo, Brian Mulligan sang with resonance and bite in a role that tests the singer at both ends of a very wide range” – Alexander Campbell, Classical Source
“Elder is a dab hand at this genre of Italian opera and got splendid playing and singing from the LPO and the OR chorus.” – Hugh Canning, the Sunday Times
“The performance by the LPO was energized with nuances of dynamics and colour carefully etched in the witches’ dance music and the ardent love music […] Soghomonyan, formerly a baritone, boasts a velvety, ardent tone and sang the role with considerable sensitivity: he is surely a name to watch out for.” – Alexandra Wilson, Opera
“[Arsen Soghomonyan] has a burly voice of burnished bronze and honeyed sweetness where necessary” – Jim Prichard, Seen and Heard
- Anna: Ermonela Jaho
- Roberto: Arsen Soghomonyan
- Guglielmo: Brian Mulligan
Studio recording from the Henry Wood Hall, London, November 2018
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