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Verdi | Falstaff

  • Release date: 2001

Label: Deutsche Grammophon, 2001
Catalogue: 471194

Artists

Falstaff – Bryn Terfel
Ford – Thomas Hampson
Alice Ford – Adrianne Pieczonka
Nannetta – Dorothea Roschmann
Mistress Quickly – Larissa Diadkova
Meg Page – Stella Douffexis
Fenton – Daniil Shtoda
Bardolph – Anthony Mee
Pistol – Anatoli Kostcherga

Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
Claudio Abaddo, conductor

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Tracklisting

Giuseppe Verdi (1813 – 1901)
Falstaff

Disc 1

1-9 Act I
10-14 Act II

Disc 2

1-7 Act II, cont.
8-16 Act III

Reviews

“Canadian soprano Adrianne Pieczonka is a musically impeccable and dramatically somewhat understated Alice, her rich, gleaming tone sounding particularly youthful and innocent opposite the droll, worldly Sir John of Terfel”.

Opus, Winter 2001

“Adrianne Pieczonka’s Alice adds bloom to the purity of Dorothea Röschman’s Nannetta….”

International Record Review, October 2001