PUCCINI, G.: Tosca (Puccini Festival, 2007)

PUCCINI, G.: Tosca (Puccini Festival, 2007)


 

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Tosca
Libretto/Text Author: Giacosa, Giuseppe
Libretto/Text Author: Illica, Luigi
Conductor: Galli, Valerio

Cesare Angelotti: Ferrari, Riccardo
Floria Tosca: Cifrone, Antonia
Il Sagrestano: Boscolo, Franco
Mario Cavaradossi: Secco, Stefano
Un carceriere: Torcigliani, Veio

Set/Stage Designer: Mitoraj, Igor
Costume Designer: Mitoraj, Igor
Lighting Designer: Alfieri, Valerio
Stage Director: Corradini, Mario
Television Director: Ricchetti, Matteo

Festival: Puccini Festival
Venue: Festival Puccini, Torre del Lago
Playing Time: 02:04:13
Catalogue Number: 33569
UPC: 8007144335694

Libretto

Synopsis

Giacomo Puccini's fifth opera was first staged at the Teatro Costanzi in Rome in 14th January 1900. Tosca is an opera that arouses powerful feelings, written by a musician who excelled in the characterisation of weak figures. It is one of the most popular of Puccini's works, for it successfully conveys the irresistible force of elemental emotions and passions: jealousy, desire, love of life, despair in the face of death. In this sense Tosca is much more like the "desperate passion" of Manon Lescaut than the crepuscular intimism of Boheme.

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