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  • Performer: Gundula Janowitz, Brigitte Fassbaender, Peter Schreier, Reri Grist, Rolando Panerai, et al.
  • Orchestra: Wiener Philharmoniker
  • Conductor: Karl Bohm
  • Composer: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
  • Audio CD (12 Mar. 2013)
  • SPARS Code: ADD
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Box set
  • Label: Deutsche Grammophon
  • ASIN: B000026BL0
  • Other Editions: Audio Cassette  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 41,633 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Brilliant. This is a fantastic performance of great artistry by ascendant stars of their time. For me the winner is Reri Grist (Despina) Clear bell like tone and such a heartfelt interpretation. The rest if the cast are not much further behind in this live recording.
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By P. Francomb on 28 April 2015
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Exactly as described, delivered promptly
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful
An excellent live recording 12 Nov. 2004
By M. Mclain - Published on
Format: Audio CD
There are two things that are not listed on the information of this page that make this an absolutely essential recording. First of all, the director is Karl Bohm, arguably the greatest Mozart conductor of the 20th century. Also this recording is essential because it is live, and as with every recording of the great Bohm, it is always best live. The overture has an almost Beethovian force, and the performance is both fiery and delicate, often at the same time. Prey, Schreier, Fassbaender and Janowitz are a regular team with Bohm, and they make for a wonderful ensemble here.

The sound quality is excellent. It was recorded in the 70's at the Salzburger Festspiele, and the result is a very dynamic, clear and never distorted sound. The Vienna Phil plays wonderfully and with great force.

Of course this recording will always be overshadowed by the earlier Angel release, featuring arguably better soloists. This recording has three things to commend itself over the earlier--the Vienna Phil, a very cohesive vocal ensemble, and the dynamic live atmosphere of the Salzburger. I highly recommend this recording, not just as a companion to the earlier Bohm recording, but also as a first choice for those exploring Mozart's other great operas.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
excellent but abridged 16 Jan. 2013
By Jon Miller - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Eugen Jochum's tempi in his 1963 DG version are a bit quicker than Bohm's here and his (Bohm's) 1955/Decca/Cosi). Both of these Bohm's are cut. In 1955 to 146 minutes and in this 1975 version to 154 minutes. In 1964 for EMI, Bohm abridged less. Jochum timed at 180 minutes. When I first heard the Jochum in 1964, I was amazed at the amount and quality of music missing from my 1955
Bohm Cosi. However, although Jochum's version is great (see my review), it is not perfect*-marred by Seefried's inadequate Fiordiligi. I have never warmed to the EMI Bohm, finding less verve in it and less attractive soloists. Thus I don't own it and
and listen primarily to the Jochum and the two non-EMI Bohms.
Most successful in this live version are Fassbaender, Grist, Prey and Scheier. Janowitz sings beautfully most of the time but
has more difficulty with the vocal range required e.g in Come Scoglio-the best that I have heard in descent to mezzo territory are Della Casa in 1955 and Caballe for Davis/Philips. Grist and Prey are absolute delights, with Prey repeating his terrific
Guglielmo for Jochum. Grist and Erika Koth are similarly irresistable Despinas-the best that I have heard. Twenty years after his Alfonso for Karajan, which he seemed to whisper, than sing, Panerai sings more fully voiced here, but with an unpleasant timbre (I think). For Jochum, Fischer-Dieskau was superb, abjuring huffery puffery
and singing more written notes while acting brilliantly. Fassbaender is great as usual-I prefer her to Ludwig in 1964 EMI Bohm
but not to Ludwig in 1955-BF can border on charmless but what a voice.( Where was Julia Hamari at the time?).
Bohm conducts almost as well here as in 1955, and he was about to continue the rebirth with two more stunning Mozart opera
performances: Idomeneo and Clemenza di Tito. This is not the ponderous Bohm of the VPO Brahms symphonies #1-3 of the early
70s c.f his electric BPO/DG Brahms symphonies 1 and 2 of the late fifties and his 1955 Cosi + Magic Flute
* with the major exception of Seefried however, it is the greatest version that I have heard
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