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Tosca (extraits) de Giacomo Puccini / Jane Eaglen, soprano - Geoffrey Mitchell Choir - Peter Kay Children's Choir - Philharmonia Orchestra, David Parry, direction

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Amazon.com: HASH(0x9325b900) out of 5 stars 2 reviews
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HASH(0x93362d74) out of 5 stars One of Eaglen's finest performances....... 16 Sept. 2007
By Tanis - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
David Parry with Jane Eaglen, in one of her finest performances on disc, directs a gripping account of Puccini's red-blooded drama, sung in English. With the help of opulent, atmospheric Chandos sound, the bite and energy of the Philharmonia brings out the expressive warmth of the score, not least in the love music, whether in the power of the big tuttis or in magical, whispered pianissimos. What above all seals the success of the setis the power and command of Jane Eaglen as Tosca. The confident sureness with which she attacks every top note is a delight, so that in Act I she expresses her jealousy with the vehemence of a Wagnerian, while singing with warm, rounded tone. She is well matched by Dennis O'Neill as Cavaradossi, aptly Italianate, and Gregory Yurisich makes a powerful Scarpia, younger-sounding than most and therefore a plausible lover. The others are well cast too, notably Peter Rose as a fresh voiced Angelotti. The Geoffrey Mitchell Choir and children's choir are superb in the crowd scenes of Act I.
HASH(0x9336e2ac) out of 5 stars A superlative Tosca from Eaglen 15 Nov. 2008
By Nicholas Freidin - Published on Amazon.com
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I agree with Somerville-Albers' comments, although it is an almost verbatim review from The Penguin Guide. Eaglen is superb, expressing the full range of Tosca's emotions, a mix of infatuation, jealousy, murderous rage, and despair. The object of her fixation, Cavaradossi, Dennis O'Neill, is up to the task, and the evil protagonist, Scarpia, is convincingly sung by Gregory Yurisich.

The stars here are Eaglen, and the Philharmonia Orchestra, under David Parry's baton. Eaglen's Tosca matches or fairs better than other perhaps more notable interpreters, including Price, Freni, Ricciarelli, Te Kanawha, Scotto, Caballe, and Nilsson. Quite a competitive field !

In short, a top-class recording. And the English does not diminish the impact of Puccini's lurid drama. On the contrary, listeners will profit from understanding the text, and perhaps squirm as the violent plot unfolds.

The most dramatic interpretation of this powerful opera remains the EMI recording (1953) with Callas, di Stefano and Gobbi, with de Sabata conducting [the] La Scala orchestra and chorus.
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