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Claudio Abbado - Verdi: Aida (1983)

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Claudio Abbado - Verdi: Aida (1983)
Artist: Claudio Abbado
Title Of Album: Verdi: Aida
Year Of Release: 1983
Label: Deutsche Grammophon
Country: Italy
Genre: Classical
Quality: FLAC (*image + .cue, log, scans)
Bitrate: Lossless
Time: 02:20:44
Full Size: 512 MB


1-1 Preludio

Atto Primo
Scena Prima
1-2 Si: Corre Voce Che L'Etiope Ardisca
1-3 Se Quel Guerrier Io Fossi!... Celsta Aida
1-4 Quale Insolito Gioia Nel Tuo Sguardo
1-5 Vieni, O Diletta, Appressati
1-6 Alta Cagion V'aduna
1-7 Su! Nilo Al Sacro Lido
1-8 Ritorna Vincitor

Scena Seconda
1-9 Possante Ftha.... Tu Che Dal Nulla
1-10 Immenso Ftha!... Mortal, Diletto Ai Numi
1-11 Nume, Custode E Vindice

Atto Secondo
Scena Prima
2-1 Chi Mai Fra Gl'Inni E I Plausi
2-2 Vieni: Sul Crin Ti Piovano
2-3 Fu La Sorte Dell'Armi A' Tuoi Funesta
2-4 Peta Ti Prenda Del Mio Dolor... Su! Sel Nilo Al Sacro Lido... Numi, Pieta

Scena Seconda
2-5 Gloria All'Egitto, Ad Iside
2-6 Marcia Trionfale
2-7 Ballabile
2-8 Vieni!, O Guerriero Vindice
2-9 Salvator Della Patria
2-10 Che Veggo! Egli? Mio Padre!... Anch'Io Pugnai Ma Tu, Re Tu Signore Possente
2-11 Il Dolore Che In Quel Volto Favella... Ma Tu, O Re
2-12 O Re: Pei Sacri Numi... Gloria All'Egitto

Atto Terzo
3-1 O Tu Che Sei D'Osiride
3-2 Qui Radames Verra!... O Patria Mia
3-3 Ciel! Mio Padre!... Rivedrai Le Foreste Imbalsamate
3-4 Pur Ti Riveggo, Mia Dolce Aida... Nel Fiero Anelito
4-5 Fuggiam Gli Ardori Inospiti... La, Tra Foreste Vergini
3-6 Ma Dimmi; Per Qual VIa

Atto Quarto
Scena Prima
3-7 L'Aborrita Rivale A Me Sfuggia
3-8 Gia I Sacerdoti Adunansi
3-9 Ohime! Morir Mi Sento!... Spirto Del Nume
3-10 A Lui Vivo La Tomba... Sacerdoti: Compiste Un Delitto!

Scena Seconda
3-11 La Fatal Pietra Sovra Me Si Chiuse
3-12 Immenso Ftha... O Terra, Addio

Famous conductor and musician, Claudio Abbado was internationally known for serving up a repertoire of music from the poetry of Holderlin, the legend of Faust or works that depict German drama. He conducted several orchestras worldwide and received numerous awards for his masterful genius. His works include Mendelsshon's Midsummer Night's Dream and Robert Schumann's Piano Concerto.

Born in Milan, Italy, Abbado made his orchestral debut in 1960 at La Scala in Italy. Because of his command performance, he became La Scala's music director in 1968, a post he served until 1986. In his stint as music director, Abbado conducted traditional Italian works, but also presented one contemporary opera a year. His concert series included works form such greats as Alban Berg and Modest Mussorgsky. A major accomplishment for Abbado at La Scala was the founding of Orchestra della Scala, an orchestra assembled to perform in concert.

Performing with different orchestras, he lent his talents to the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra in 1965. One year later he conducted with the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. After serving with La Scala for more than 25 years, he was elected as the music director of the Vienna State Opera in 1986, a position he held until 1991. He introduced new productions and founded the festival, Wien Modern. The festival brings together all aspects of contemporary art and takes place annually under the direction of Abbado. In 1987 he was named as General Music Director of the City of Vienna.

Despite his international fame, Abbado took time to mold new and forthcoming musicians. In 1978 he founded and directed the European Community Youth Orchestra, and the Gustav Mahler Youth Orchestra in 1986. His efforts included a concert at the Berlin Festival in 1992. Together with cellist Natalia Gutman, he brought together young and experienced musicians to perform classical and chamber works.

Abbado received numerous awards for his performances and recordings. He was awarded the Standard Opera Award, the Legion d'Honneur, the Gran Croce and the Bundesverdienstkreuz, the highest honor of the Federal Republic of Germany. For his musical direction, the Vienna Philharmonic honored him with the Ring of Honor in 1973 and the Golden Nicolai Medal in 1980. He held honorary degrees from the universities of Cambridge, Aberdeen, and Ferrara.

Recording under the Sony Classical label, he produced several discs with the Berlin Philharmonic. These include Mozart's Symphonies Nos. 28, 29 and 35, Dvorak's Eighth Symphony, Tchaikovsky's Fifth Symphony, the 1992 New Year's Eve Concert and a second recording titled Posthorn Serenade, a 1991 Music for Europa concert in Prague. His later projects included Mendelsshon's Midsummer Night's Dream and Italian Symphony, Mussorgsky's St. John's Night on the Bare Mountain and Robert Schumann's Piano Concerto, a work recorded with soloist Murray Perahia.

An orchestral genius, Claudio Abbado performed with several orchestras worldwide, and produced numerous masterful recordings, all the while encouraging young talented musicians by performing with them. ~ Kim Summers

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