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Finale II Atto Tosca Maria Callas 1956

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Finale II Atto Tosca Maria Callas 1956

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Maria Callas sings Puccini: Tosca - 'Vissi d'Arte' at Covent Garden 1964

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Maria Callas sings Puccini: Tosca - 'Vissi d'Arte' at Covent Garden 1964

Maria Callas' final appearance on the operatic stage was in Tosca ​at Covent Garden's 1965 Royal Gala. ​​​For many opera lovers, Maria Callas and Tosca's Vissi d'Arte ​are inseparable. "I lived for art; I lived for love" became La Divina's cri de coeur, ​​​​her swansong, the perfect expression of her own triumphs and tragedies. This unrivaled recording is from that legendary Zeffirelli production in  1964 and is one of just many jewels in the Maria Callas Live edition.

Maria Callas' last opera (Tosca) - 1965, London

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6cfTsS0wW0o

This video presents only Tosca's scenes. All the performance was recorded.

Maria Callas as Floria Tosca, Renato Cioni as Mario Cavaradossi, Tito Gobbi as il barone Scarpia, Victor Godfrey as Cesare Angelotti, Eric Garrett as il sagrestano, John Dobson as Spoletta, Dennis Wicks as Sciarrone, Richard Bedell as un pastore, and Rhydderch Davies as un carceriere. Georges Prêtre: London, Royal Opera House, Covent Garden; production directed by Franco Zeffirelli. July 5, 1965.

Magic Moments of Music - Maria Callas & Tosca 1964

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This film tells the story of one of the most magic moments of music. The beginning of 1964 held a great surprise for the music world: Maria Callas returns to the opera stage as prima donna. Her “Tosca” at the Royal Opera House becomes a sensation. Not even the Beatles received more press coverage. All this, for an artist whose glorious career was said to be over, with the singer herself passing over to legend. It is no longer her performances, but her scandals that, are dominating the headlines. Unlucky in love with her billionaire boyfriend Aristotle Onassis, Maria Callas wants to show them all that the title of ”Primadonna assoluta” is still rightfully hers. On condition that famed stage director Franco Zeffirelli takes on the production, the exceptional vocalist is prepared to take on the role of Tosca. Her fans queue outside the Royal Opera House in London’s Covent Garden for four, even five nights. To get their hands on the sought after tickets, they spend the freezing winter nights in sleeping bags and on fold up chairs. The film tells the story of the event from today´s perspective and features interviews with Antonio Pappano, Rolando Villazón, Rufus Wainwright, Thomas Hampson, Anna Prohaska Wolfgang Joop, Jürgen Kesting, Brian McMaster, Kristine Opolais. As bonus the performance of Tosca´s second act is included. It is one of the most dramatic acts in opera history. The film recording is one of the few opportunities to see Maria Callas on stage and witness her emotional dramatics and vocal competence.

Maria Callas Live: Bizet's Carmen Habanera, Hamburg 1962

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EseMHr6VEM0

Callas’s only operatic appearances in Germany were Lucia di Lammermoor, with Karajan conducting, in Berlin in 1955, and La sonnambula in Cologne in 1957, but in both 1959 and 1962 she made concert tours of the country, visiting Hamburg twice. The video recordings of her concerts in the city showcase her in a dazzling variety of Italian and French repertoire for both soprano and mezzo-soprano: three contrasting Verdi roles (Lady Macbeth, Elvira from Ernani and Elisabetta from Don Carlo); Imogene from Bellini’s Il pirata; Giulia from La vestale; Chimène from Massenet’s Le Cid; Verdi’s most explosively dramatic aria for mezzo-soprano – Eboli’s ‘On don fatale’ from Don Carlo; Carmen’s seductive Habanera and Seguédille and, from Rossini’s La Cenerentola, Angelina’s final rondo, which magically combines modest charm and sparkling virtuosity.


Otello (9/11) Movie CLIP - Preparing for Death (1986) HD

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Otello (10/11) Movie CLIP - Otello Kills Desdemona (1986) HD

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6UwcLeAV31Q

CLIP DESCRIPTION:

In a jealous rage, Otello (Piácido Domingo) kills his love Desdemona (Katia Ricciarelli), thinking that she loves another man.

FILM DESCRIPTION:

Having previously staged Verdi's 1887 opera Otello at the Met and La Scala, filmmaker Franco Zeffirelli committed his production to film in 1986. Starring as the fatally jealous Moor of Venice is Placido Domingo, who had also headlined Zeffirelli's 1976 La Scala staging (production on the film was briefly interrupted while Domingo participated in the rescue operations following the Mexico City earthquake). While Katia Ricciarelli as Desdemona and Justino Diaz as Iago perform their own singing, Zeffirelli's Cassio--played by real-life European prince Urbano Barberini--is dubbed by Ezio de Cesare. The director made several cuts in the original libretto and score in order to accommodate the film's two-hour time limit, but these excisions are done with taste and discretion. Because of the excessive violence in the third act--two murders, a suicide, a superficial throat-slashing--Otello was released with a PG rating.

Otello (11/11) Movie CLIP - Otello Dies (1986) HD

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gLB9F9QftwM

CLIP DESCRIPTION:

Otello (Plácido Domingo) yearns for one last kiss with his love Desdemona (Katia Ricciarelli) as he takes his final breaths.

FILM DESCRIPTION:

Having previously staged Verdi's 1887 opera Otello at the Met and La Scala, filmmaker Franco Zeffirelli committed his production to film in 1986. Starring as the fatally jealous Moor of Venice is Placido Domingo, who had also headlined Zeffirelli's 1976 La Scala staging (production on the film was briefly interrupted while Domingo participated in the rescue operations following the Mexico City earthquake). While Katia Ricciarelli as Desdemona and Justino Diaz as Iago perform their own singing, Zeffirelli's Cassio--played by real-life European prince Urbano Barberini--is dubbed by Ezio de Cesare. The director made several cuts in the original libretto and score in order to accommodate the film's two-hour time limit, but these excisions are done with taste and discretion. Because of the excessive violence in the third act--two murders, a suicide, a superficial throat-slashing--Otello was released with a PG rating.

CREDITS:

TM & © MGM (1986)

Cast: Urbano Barberini, Plácido Domingo, Antonio Pierfederici, Katia Ricciarelli

Director: Franco Zeffirelli

Producers: Yoram Globus, Menahem Golan, John Thompson

Screenwriters: Arrigo Boito, Franco Zeffirelli, Masolino D'Amico, William Shakespeare


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Otello (8/11) Movie CLIP - Otello Accuses Desdemona (1986) HD

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LS6oxPMMdas

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