Orchestra – National Philharmonic Orchestra. Producer – Richard Mohr. Reissue Producer – Benito Vassura. Soprano Vocals – Renata Scotto. Tenor Vocals – Frank Little, Paul Crook (2), Placido Domingo. Other Versions (5 of 11) View All. Cat.
Album · 1997 · 35 Songs. Otello, Act I: Esultate! Plácido Domingo, Sherrill Milnes, Paul Crook, James Levine, The Ambrosian Opera and Boys' Chorus & National Philharmonic Orchestra. 3. Otello, Act I: Fuoco Di Gioia! James Levine, The Ambrosian Opera and Boys' Chorus & National Philharmonic Orchestra. 4. Otello, Act I: Roderigo, Beviam! Sherrill Milnes, Frank Little, Paul Crook, James Levine, The Ambrosian Opera and Boys' Chorus & National Philharmonic Orchestra.
Renata Scotto/Alfredo Kraus/Sherrill Milnes/National Philharmonic Orchestra/James Levine La Bohème - Opera in four acts (1991 Digital Remaster), Act I: O soave fanciulla (ì). Renata Scotto, Plácido Domingo, James Levine, National Philharmonic Orchestra Act I: Quando narravi. Renata Scotto/Alfredo Kraus/National Philharmonic Orchestra/James Levine Oh, sventata, sventata! (Mimì/Rodolfo).
Orchestra: National Philharmonic Orchestra. Conductor: James Levine. Composer: Giuseppe Verdi. Audio CD (October 25, 1990). Number of Discs: 2. Format: Import. Label: RCA. ASIN: B000003EMR. Placido Domingo first sang Verdi's Otello in Germany in 1975; he recorded it for RCA in 1978. In that year (and 1979 as well) his voice was at its absolute most beautiful - like flowing, dark chocolate. That alone makes his first recorded Otello recommendable. His interpretation no doubt deepened in the succeeding years, but the sheer sound is just glorious here. In 1978 Renata Scotto's middle register was still firm and beautiful, but her high register had become strident under pressure
Chicago Symphony Orchestra, James Levine, Chicago Symphony Chorus. La Traviata: Un dì quando le ceneri. Orchestra Sinfonica Nazionale della RAI, Francesco Maria Piave, Giuseppe Verdi, Carmen Buendía, International Opera Choir, Orchestra Sinfonica Naziona. The Fletcher Memorial Home.
Otello (National Philharmonic Orchestra feat. conductor: James Levine).
Albums: Early Domingo (1997), The Best of Plácido Domingo (2016). Artists: Джузеппе Верди, Plácido Domingo, National Philharmonic Orchestra, James Levine, Sherrill Milnes, Malcolm King, Paul Plishka, Frank Little. Money online! Converting/Cutting.
Plácido Domingo, Renata Scotto, Sherrill Milnes; Ambrosian Opera Chorus, National PO/James Levine. Label: RCA Victor Red Seal. Sherrill Milnes’s sinister Baron Scarpia is thoroughly believable, and the smaller roles are all vividly characterised. La bohème, as conducted by Solti, occasionally sounds rather more frenetic than it needs to, but the more tender moments of the first and last acts are sensitively handled. Montserrat Caballé sings Mimì exquisitely, and Domingo’s gloriously sung Rodolfo is most appealing. Milnes is a likeable Marcello – he makes more of the role than many baritones do – and Judith Blegen a colourful Musetta. This Andrea Chénier is my preferred recording of the opera
Artist: Джузеппе Верди, Plácido Domingo, James Levine, National Philharmonic Orchestra, Renata Scotto. Album: Plácido Domingo - The Verdi Opera Collection, Verdi: Otello. Plácido Domingo - The Verdi Opera Collection: Best 2 songs. James Levine, Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, Джузеппе Верди - Act II, Scene 1 - Qui nulla s'attenta imporre al tuo core 01:54. James Levine, National Philharmonic Orchestra, Renata Scotto, Джузеппе Верди - Act IV: Ave Maria 07:01. Album: Plácido Domingo - The Verdi Opera Collection. James Levine, National Philharmonic Orchestra, Plácido Domingo, Renata Scotto, Джузеппе Верди: best 2 tracks.