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  • "La boheme"
  • "Scenes de la vie de Boheme"
  • "Plus belles pages de La bohême et Carmen"
  • "Bohème, opéra en quartre actes"
  • "50 interpretazioni liriche indimenticabili"
  • "Young Pavarotti and his operas"
  • "波西米亞人"
  • "Bohème, Oper in vier Akten"
  • "Opera Grand Rapids"
  • "Eastman Opera Theatre proudly presents"
  • "Living stereo 60 CD collection"
  • "Young Tebaldi, her first Puccini's La Bohème"
  • "Bo xi mi ya ren"
  • "La Boheme"@en
  • "highlights of the opera"
  • "Highlights from La Bohème"
  • "Bohemian life"@en
  • "Recorded Books presents"
  • "Philips 416 492-2"
  • "Condensed version of La bohème"
  • "Beniamino Gigli in La Bohème"
  • "Bohème"
  • "Bohème excerpts no. 1"
  • "Scene da la Bohème"
  • "Famous arias from La bohème"
  • "Boheme"
  • "Luciano Pavarotti: debut"
  • "Madame Butterfly"
  • "Music of La Bohème"
  • "Plus belles pages de La bohême et de Carmen"
  • "Carmen"
  • "Carlos Kleiber conducts"
  • "Debutto di Luciano Pavarotti"

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  • "Franco Zeffirelli's sensational production of Puccini's haunting opera of young love is one of the great classics in the history of the Met. Many great singers have appeared in it over the years, but there is something especially endearing about this magical first cast: the touching and fragile Teresa Stratas as the dying Mimi, and young, handsome Jose Carreras as her passionate lover, Rodolfo. A flamboyant Renata Scotto is the irrepressible Musetta. James Levine conducts with his special combination of sensitivity and verve."
  • "Musical excerpts drawn from Giacomo Puccini's La Bohème (London 421 049-2) with descriptive narration by Robert Lyall, to promote the upcoming production of the opera on February 11 & 12, 2005 by Opera Grand Rapids in De Vos Hall."
  • "The story might be classic and eternal, but it's always fresh--especially with a cast like this one. As Mimì and Rodolfo, Licia Albanese and Giuseppe Di Stefano will make you feel like you're falling in love for the very first time. The headiness of the first meeting, the almost unbearable pain of parting, the poignancy of reconciliation--it's all conveyed with a vividness that will thrill and then break your heart. Hilde Gueden sparkles as the tempestuous Musetta, who sets her cap for Frank Guarrera (Marcello). The great Cesare Siepi is Colline."
  • "La Boheme. Jussi Bjoerling, Robert Merrill, John Reardon, Giorgio Tozzi, Fernando Corena, Victoria de Los Angeles, Lucine Amara, WilliamNahr, Thomas Powell, George del Monte. Sir Thomas Beecham, conductor."
  • "Puccini's touching story of young love in a 19th century Parisian garret never fails to move audiences or attract top-flight singers. That's why it is the most performed opera in the history of the Met. This cast is headed by two brilliant artists reprising the roles in which they made their Met debuts: ardent tenor Richard Leech as the romantic Rodolfo and radiant soprano Angela Gheorghiu as the tender Mimì. Carlo Rizzi conducts."
  • "This recording contains the complete opera sung in Italian. The book contains the complete text of the libretto with annotations in both English and Italian, and a critical historical commentary. The text also includes the background of the composer, biographies of the principal singers and conductor."
  • "This sensational new production of La boheme, the inspired concept of director Gale Edwards, is set in early 1930s Berlin, a city of liberal indulgence, glittering Spiegeltents and glitzy cabaret clubs, where no excess is considered too much..."
  • "Seldom has Puccini's beloved opera sounded so sweet and utterly innocent as it does in this emotionally devastating performance. Conductor Thomas Schippers was very young when he led this broadcast, but he understood the nuances of Puccini's style and how to encourage his singers to blossom into their characters. Licia Albanese and Carlo Bergonzi simply are Mimì and Rodolfo, and their love--and loss--are the stuff of operatic legend. With Laurel Hurley as Musetta and Mario Sereni as her on-again, off-again love, Marcello."
  • "Renata Tebaldi, Richard Tucker, and Puccini's La Bohème. That says it all. Two greatly beloved singers in roles they made their own--but seldom got to sing on the Met stage together. For many opera lovers, Tebaldi was the quintessential Mimì. The Italianate warmth and generosity of her voice ideally expressed every facet of Mimì's character: her trusting simplicity as she falls in love, the anguish of parting from her beloved Rodolfo (Tucker at his ardent best), their brief poignant reunion, and finally her tragic death. The supporting cast includes Cesare Siepi as Colline."
  • "Mimi, a poor seamstress, and Rodolphe, a struggling playwright, fall in love. When Mimi attempts to help Rodolphe get his play produced, he suspects her of infidelity and she leaves him. Later, a severely ill Mimi returns to the now successful Rodolphe and dies."
  • "There's a reason La Bohème has been done more often at the Met than any other opera: Puccini's enticing music perfectly conveys the enchantment of young love, and the numbing sorrow of tragic death. The delectable Viennese soprano Hilde Güden is Mimì, the poor seamstress who falls in love with her neighbor Rodolfo (the American tenor Eugene Conley), only to succumb to tuberculosis. The beloved Robert Merrill is the painter Marcello."
  • "Seldom has the Bohemian world of 19th-century Paris, with its young writers, painters, philosophers, and the women they love, been brought to life more vividly than in this broadcast. Young Giuseppe di Stefano's charismatic Rodolfo is the embodiment of romantic ardor, and Bidú Sayão brings charm and personality to her portrayal of Mimì. Together they make a couple to sweep audiences off into the land of first love at its most beguiling. The great Cesare Siepi, in his first Met season, is a delightful Colline."
  • "The story of La bohème is the epitome of young starving artists whose lifestyles and escapades gave us the Bohemian genre. A notion of the poverty in which they are developing their artistic talents is evident from the very first scene as painter Marcello and poet Rodolfo try to keep warm by burning pages from Rodolfo's latest drama. Set in 1830s Paris, we follow the love between Mimi and Rodolfo as the young artists experience triumphs and tragedies."
  • "Originally broadcast on radio on February 15, 1958, this performance of Puccini's La Boheme features Carlo Bergonzi as Rodolfo and Licia Albanese as Mimi with conducting by Thomas Schippers."
  • "Puccini's beloved tale of Parisian Bohemian life--with its colorful locales and characters--is just as popular with singers as it is with audiences. Star soprano Anna Netrebko is the poor seamstress Mimì who falls for her handsome poet neighbor, Rodolfo (tenor Piotr Beczala). Meanwhile, Rodolfo's friend Marcello (Gerald Finley) rekindles his raucous romance with the flirtatious Musetta (Nicole Cabell). The four go through the ups and downs of love and loss, joy and regret, until Mimì's death brings the opera to a shattering close."
  • "La Bohème: Opera in quattro atti. Libretto: Giuseppe Giacosa e Luigi Illica."
  • "Jan Peerce, tenor Licia Albanese, soprano Francesco Valentino, baritone Anne McKnight, soprano NBC Symphony Orchestra Arturo Toscanini, conductor Libretto included."

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