Verdi: Nabucco (Blu-Ray) – Leo Nucci

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Verdi: Nabucco (Blu-Ray) – Leo Nucci

Composer: Giuseppe Verdi
Artists: Leo Nucci, Bruno Ribeiro, Riccardo Zanellato, Dimitra Theodossiou, Anna Maria Chiuri, Orchestra e Coro del Teatro Regio di Parma
Conductor: Michele Mariotti
Director: Daniele Abbado
Format: Blu-Ray
Language: Italian
Subtitles: Italian, German, English, French, Spanish, Korean, Japanese, Chinese
Region: All Regions
Number of Discs: 1
Studio: C Major
Blu-Ray Release Date: September 25, 2012
Run Time: 137 minutes; plus 10 minutes bonus material

Nabucco was Verdi’s third work for the stage and proved his first great success when performed in 1842. It deals with the Hebrews’ attempts to break free from the yoke of their Babylonian oppressors and is nowadays numbered among Verdi’s most popular works, not least on account of its famous “Chorus of Hebrew Slaves,” which has one of the best-loved melodies in the whole history of opera.

The Tutto Verdi project marks the Verdi bicentenary and sets standards by which all similar projects will be judged. It includes all 26 operas by the greatest Italian stage composer, together with his immortal Requiem, all of them in definitive performances.

“This is how Verdi should be played.” (Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung)


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Verdi's Nabucco

Verdi's NabuccoVerdi’s biblical drama about King Nebuchadnezzar and the exiled Israelites premiered in Milan’s Teatro alla Scala in 1842. It was one of the composer’s earliest triumphs, and is considered by many to be the true beginning of his artistic career. The work is renowned for its rousing choruses, especially “Va, pensiero” (“Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves”), which is now regarded as a kind of unofficial national anthem by many Italians who find in it moving echoes of their own historic quest for a nation-state.

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