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Audio CD Verdi RIGOLETTO RICHARD LEECH (Duke of Mantua) ROBERT

Audio CD Verdi RIGOLETTO RICHARD LEECH (Duke of Mantua) ROB
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Audio CD Verdi RIGOLETTO

RICHARD LEECH (Duke of Mantua) ROBERT BRUBAKER (Borsa) LISBETH LLOYD (Countess Ceprano) BRENT ELLIS (Rigoletto) WILLIAM LEDBETTER (Count Ceprano) RICHARD BYRNE (Marullo) MARK S. DOSS (Sparafucile) FAITH ESHAM (Gilda) CHRISTINE MEADOWS (Giovanna) BETH PENSIERO (A Page) SUSANNE MARSEE (Maddalena)

New York City Opera Orchestra and Chorus

ELIO BONCOMPAGNI (Conductor) TITO CAPOBIANCO (Stage Director) KIRK BROWNING ( Director) CARL TOMS (Sets/Costumes) KEN TABACHNICK (Lighting) ESPERANZA GALAN (Choreography)

Intermission Features: * Host Beverly Sills gives us a behind-the-curtain look at the scene change in Act I * Sills interviews Capobianco and Gigi Elena (assistant director) * Sills interviews principals Esham, Leech, and Ellis

Live Telecast New York City Opera New York, 21 September 1988

Sung in Italian - Subtitles in English Color - 4:3 fullscreen - 175 mins

Quality: Not that great. I blame the transfer (done at some point in the mid-1990s) from the original Beta tape to VHS using a by-then obsolete Beta player that was falling apart.

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Complete Opera (896MB):

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