Donizetti: Lucia di Lammermoor. As virtually the only serious opera of Donizetti to survive the advent of Verdi and the later Verismo school of Puccini et al, 'Lucia di Lammermoor' was also the most adapted to fit the prevailing notions of style. The late Maria Callas led the rediscovery of Donizetti's skill as a dramatic composer, and her performances of the opera under Serafin and Karajan are very special. Since Callas, there have been attempts to restore the opera to something like its original form
Gaetano Donizetti's masterful Lucia de Lammermoor recounts the tragic tale two lovers from feuding families, deep in Scotland's Lammermoor Hills . operaDonizetti's Lucia di LammermoorPatrice Caurier, Moshe Leiser (stage directors) – Evelino Pidò (music director) – With Natalie Dessay (Lucie) and Ludovic Tézier (Henri Asthon). Patrice Caurier, Moshe Leiser (stage directors) – Evelino Pidò (music director) – With Natalie Dessay (Lucie) and Ludovic Tézier (Henri Asthon). Donizetti's Lucia di Lammermoor Patrice Caurier, Moshe Leiser (stage directors) – Evelino Pidò (music director) – With Natalie Dessay (Lucie) and Ludovic Tézier (Henri Asthon). Gaetano Donizetti's masterful Lucia de Lammermoor recounts the tragic tale.
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Lucia di Lammermoor is a dramma tragico (tragic opera) in three acts by Gaetano Donizetti. Donizetti wrote Lucia di Lammermoor in 1835, a time when several factors led to the height of his reputation as a composer of opera.
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Performer: Andrea Rost. Conductor: Sir Charles Mackerras. Composer: Giuseppe Verdi, Giacomo Puccini, Gaetano Donizetti. Audio CD (December 29, 2009). Her program encompasses Verdi (Gilda, Violetta), Puccini (Mimi, Musetta, Lauretta), and Donizetti (Adina, Lucia, Norina) - and perhaps inevitably, given the circumstances of recitals and the anonymizing acoustic, they all sounded pretty alike. Whatever vocal "acting" was going on didn't really come through - which I wouldn't have minded if the acoustic had been better. Mackerras, a fine conductor, sounded languid here - though the acoustic did the orchestra no favors either. Sony sonics are usually pretty reliable, but they let down the show here. Orchestra and Chorus of the Royal Opera House. Daniel Oren (conductor), Katie Mitchell (director). Diana Damrau (Lucia), Charles Castronovo (Edgardo), Ludovic Tézier (Enrico), Taylor Stayton (Arturo), Kwangchul Youn (Raimondo), Rachael Lloyd (Alisa), Peter Hoare (Normanno). In Katie Mitchell’s sometimes radical production of Lucia di Lammermoor from the Royal Opera House, she is, as the Financial Times wrote, 'brilliantly convincing'. Award winning director Katie Mitchell took a revisionist approach to the drama, updating the action to the mid-19th century and applying a feminist slant as she added new and unexpected elements.