- Audio CD (9 May 2011)
- Number of Discs: 3
- Format: Box set
- Label: CLASSICAL
- ASIN: B004W7GPLK
- Other Editions: Audio CD
- Average Customer Review: 1 customer review
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 524,917 in CDs & Vinyl (See Top 100 in CDs & Vinyl)
Mozart : Cosi fan tutte Box set
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Here's an instance where received wisdom is not wrong. While I have yet to hear his Barenboim's Figaro with the Berliners (rumoured to be a stinker), this is miles better than his Don Giovanni. It held my attention. Needless to say, the cast does not match the arrays of yesteryear (Karajan, Bohm or Lombard). Even so, it has an Innigkeit (innerness) that cannot be denied and which I could not detect in K 527. It's like the entire cast - such as they are - drew the deepest of breaths at the commencement of the project and did not exhale until the final note. The focus, concentration and interplay are exemplary, thereby sustaining the slower tempos of Act I. For instance, `Sento o Dio, che questo piede' - a key determinant in the scheme of things - works and luminously at that. The vocal blemish is John Tomlinson as Don Alfonso. Report him to the Jedi Council! He's a Sith Lord of Wobble. Other than that, these are good voices used to maximum effect. I suppose mention must be made of Cecilia Bartoli as Dorabella even if she does not do a lot for me per se: she shines. The recording is sensational. Balances are perfect. The 26 May 2003 Reviewer decries the use of the Berlin Philharmonic in favour of the English Baroque Soloists. Whatever! Man does not live on gruel alone. The Klang had not been fully exorcised by Abbado at the time of this recording. Revel in its plushness.
This is more than the sum of its parts and unlike so much of the output from the Barenboim sausage-factory, it has a long shelf-life.
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As for the inevitable cuts, both of Ferrando’s second-act arias are omitted as is Dorabella’s “É amore un ladroncello.” Given the date, one wonders why this was not recorded in stereo; that being said, this late mono recording has plenty of depth and detail to its name – I’m not surprised that Arkiv mistakenly lists it as stereo.
This is more than the sum of its parts – to a degree. Resist not Janowitz and Ludwig in their plenitude!
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