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Carlo Maria Giulini, (May 9, 1914 – June 14, 2005) was an Italian conductor.

Carlo Maria Giulini, (May 9, 1914 – June 14, 2005) was an Italian conductor. An acclaimed and versatile conductor, he started his musical studies as a violinist, attending the Santa Cecilia Conservatory in Rome. He studied conducting with Bernardino Molinari at Santa Cecilia and Alfredo Casella at Accademia Chigiana in Siena.

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    Carlo Maria Giulini (2 CDs)

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    Carlo Maria Giulini was without question, along with fellow Italians Arturo Toscanini, Victor de Sabata and Guido Cantelli, one of the...
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    Carlo Maria Giulini (2 CDs)

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    Carlo Maria Giulini's performances of operas by Verdi, Rossini and Mozart have acquired legendary status while his distinguished...
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    Great Italian Operas (6 CDs)

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    This set features two classic performances from the golden age of the Covent Garden Opera Company and a sparkling Falstaff from the...
  1. Carlo Maria Giulini (2 CDs)
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    Carlo Maria Giulini (2 CDs)

    £ 14.99

    Carlo Maria Giulini was without question, along with fellow Italians Arturo Toscanini, Victor de Sabata and Guido Cantelli, one of the greatest conductors of his generation. His opera performances at Covent Garden were landmarks for the Company. This 1960 performance of Rossini's sparkling Il barbiere di Siviglia features a stellar cast including a youthful Teresa Berganza as Rosina and Luigi Alva as The Count (who had been asked by Giulini immediately after his 1955 debut at La Scala, Milan, to sing the Count in a legendary La Scala production headed by Maria Callas and Tito Gobbi). This was his Covent Garden debut. The baritone Rolando Panerai as Figaro had been a stalwart of La Scala since 1951, while Fernando Corena as Dr Bartolo was making his Covent Garden debut but was already a major international figure. He had sung regularly at the Metropolitan Opera since 1954. More details

  2. Carlo Maria Giulini (2 CDs)
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    Carlo Maria Giulini (2 CDs)

    £ 14.99

    Carlo Maria Giulini's performances of operas by Verdi, Rossini and Mozart have acquired legendary status while his distinguished recordings have remained in the catalogues to this day. This recording featuring a Glyndebourne production of Verdi's Falstaff starring Fernando Corena in the title role from 1955 at the Edinburgh Festival is unique having never before been published – it also marked Giulini's UK debut. The Times said, 'in the final analysis, it was Mr Giulini's direction which ensured the opera's success', and headlined the review by emphatically stating, 'A wonderful production'. More details

  3. Great Italian Operas (6 CDs)

    Great Italian Operas (6 CDs)

    £ 29.99

    This set features two classic performances from the golden age of the Covent Garden Opera Company and a sparkling Falstaff from the Edinburgh Festival, combining masterworks of Italian opera by Puccini, Verdi and Rossini into one outstanding collection. Carefully remastered and restored, the recordings feature a stellar cast of Italian singers and conductors, including renowned soprano Renata Tebaldi, said by Toscanini to possess ‘the voice of an angel’. More details

 

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