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CD Madama Butterfly | Puccini

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2 CDs

Lawrence Foster, conductor
Coro & Orquestra Gulbenkian

Melody Moore (Cio-Cio-San)
Stefano Secco (Pinkerton)
Elisabeth Kulman (Suzuki)
Lester Lynch (Sharpless)
Alexander Kaimbacher (Goro)
Kevin Short (Lo Zio Bonzo)

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PUCCINI: MADAMA BUTTERFLY

 

JAPANESE TRAGEDY WITH SYMPHONIC QUALITIES

 

After having recorded La Fanciulla del West, conductor Lawrence Foster now expands his Puccini discography on PENTATONE with Madama Butterfly, together with the Coro & Orquestra Gulbenkian, as well as Elisabeth Kulman (Suzuki), Stefano Secco (Pinkerton), Lester Lynch (Sharpless) and Melody Moore (Cio-Cio-San) in the title role. Despite its disastrous premiere, Madama Butterfly has become one of Puccini’s most successful and popular operas. While the Japanese ambience usually captures the attention, the original dramatic conception and exceptional symphonic qualities of the work are often overlooked. Lawrence Foster’s interpretation brings out the symphonic character of the opera, while Melody Moore’s charismatic interpretation of the title role fully realizes the work’s tragic and dramatic potential.

 

Lawrence Foster has a vast PENTATONE discography, including operettas and operas such as Johann Strauss’s Die Fledermaus (2018) and Der Zigeunerbaron (2016), as well as Verdi’s Otello (2017) and Puccini’s La Fanciulla del West (2020). The latter album features Melody Moore and Lester Lynch, who have also starred in recordings of Mascagni’s Cavalleria rusticana and Puccini’s Il Tabarro (both 2020), whereas Elisabeth Kulman starred in Die Fledermaus. The Coro & Orquestra Gulbenkian have a substantial PENTATONE discography together with Lawrence Foster, while Stefano Secco makes his PENTATONE debut.

 

A San Francisco Classical Recording Company Production

 

Released physically as a 2 Hybrid SACD set.

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