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CD91176 in memoriam: 7 short video clips with Milada Subrtova

CD91176  in memoriam: 7 short video clips with Milada Subrtova
CD91176 in memoriam: 7 short video clips with Milada Subrtova
Item# CD91176
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CD91176 in memoriam: 7 short video clips with Milada Subrtova

In memory of Czech soprano Milada Šubrtová, who died this past week (2 August 2011) Czech Television rebroadcast an interview in her honor form 1982. It featured a round table discussion of the high points of her career with tenor Beno Blachut, baritone Přemysl Kočí and conductor Jan Hus Tichý, who was also Šubertová's husband. She was the last survivor from this group.

During the program Šubertová performed live Beethoven's Adelaide, showing unfortunately just how much her voice after more than 40 years of singing in public had declined. More interesting were the clips from older television concerts and films. These are what I am uploading here. None of these arias is performed complete, unfortunately, but it will give you a chance to see as well as hear this soprano, who all agree deserved to be better known outside her own country. The clips come from Les contes d'Hoffmann, Louise, La traviata, Rusalka, Pikovaya dama, Don Giovanni and Il trovatore. All selections are sung in Czech except for the Louise.

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