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Mozart: La Clemenza di Tito

 
 
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Philip Langridge, Ashley Putnam, Diana Montague & others. The Glyndebourne Chorus. The London Philharmonic. Andrew Davis, conductor.
Studio Image Entertainment
Format DVD Full screen
Dimensions 7.4 x 5.3 x 0.5
DVD Encoding
Region 1: North America  (What is DVD encoding?)
MPAA Rating
Not Rated
UPC 014381927320
Runtime/Release Date 2 hrs 23 mins/2001
Daedalus Item Code 58231
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This 1991 Glyndebourne/BBC-TV production remains one of the best available versions of Mozart's historic opera seria. Philip Langridge is Tito, Emperor of Rome, while Ashley Putnam is Vitellia, daughter of the deposed Emperor. Diana Montague sings the role of Sesto, a young patrician, and Elzbieta Szmytka is Servilia, his troublemaking sister.

"The cast is strong all around. Langridge is the most believable Tito on DVD, bringing a broad range of facial expression and an ease of physical movement to the part. As a singer, he possesses an attractive and well-supported tone, a gift for cantabile, and a theatrical expressiveness that doesn't stop when the arias begin.... Ashley Putnam has the vocal depths as well as the heights for her role, including a protean theatricality that allows her to cajole, plead, command, hate, or love, and swiftly move among these emotions as Vitellia's scheming demands. Her facial interpretation of the final rondo is unique in my experience, in that this most manipulative of Mozart's characters, so keen in her observations of others, displays ironic amusement in her own self-inflected misery."Fanfare

 
 
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