Verdi Macbeth (1987)

PG 06/19/1987 (DE) Music 2h 29m
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Macbeth" was Giuseppe Verdi's first attempt at music drama and also the first manifestation of his profound love for Shakespeare's work. Verdi took great pains with this opera, displaying special enthusiasm for it as he concentrated on the main characters of Lady Macbeth, Macbeth and the witches. This recording of Luca Ronconi's production is conducted by Giuseppe Sinopoli, who brings fresh color to Verdi's score. The cast, headed by Renato Bruson and Mara Zampieri, are strongly supported by a fine-toned and adaptable chorus who ably meet the demands of Verdi's great "chorus opera.

  1. Brian Large


  2. Luca Ronconi


  3. Francesco Maria Piave


Top Billed Cast

  1. Renato Bruson


  2. Mara Zampieri

    Lady Macbeth

  3. James Morris

    James Morris


  4. Dennis O'Neill


  5. Sharon Sweet

    Dama de Lady Macbeth

  6. David Griffith


  7. Goetz Rose


  8. Claus Endisch


  9. Giuseppe Sinopoli


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Verdi Macbeth

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Original Language English

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