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Renée Fleming: Greatest Moments at the Met (2-CD)

Renée Fleming: Greatest Moments at the Met (2-CD)

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This first-ever, specially remastered collection compiles highlights chosen by Renée Fleming of her “most magical experiences,” captured live on stage in this pinnacle of opera houses. Produced by Grammy Award winner David Frost, this collection features duets with Cecilia Bartoli, Susan Graham, Dmitri Hvorostovsky, Samuel Ramey and more. Since her 1991 debut, when she stepped in for Felicity Lott, Renée Fleming has performed at the Metropolitan Opera House over 250 times and describes the Met as her “musical home, the theater where [she feels] welcome amongst friends — backstage, onstage and in the audience.”

Mozart Le nozze di Figaro, K. 492 (Selections)
James Levine conductor
Cecilia Bartoli soprano
November 1998

Verdi Otello (Selections)
Semyon Bychkov conductor
Wendy White mezzo-soprano
March 2008

Strauss Arabella, Op. 79, “Das war sehr gut, Mandryka”
Christoph Eschenbach conductor
December 2001

Britten Peter Grimes, Op. 33, “Embroidery in childhood”
James Conlon conductor
Alan Opie baritone
December 1994

Charpentier Louise, “Depuis le jour”
James Levine conductor
April 1996

Gounod Faust, “Alerte, alerte!”
Julius Rudel conductor
Samuel Ramey bass
Richard Leech tenor
April 1997

Dvořák Rusalki, Op. 114, “Song to the Moon”
Jiří Bělohlávek conductor
March 2009

Massenet Manon (Selections)
Jesús López Cobos conductor
Massimo Giordano tenor
Metropolitan Opera Chorus
Marco Armiliato director
September 2008

Floyd Susannah (Selections)
James Conlon conductor
Samuel Ramey bass-baritone
April 1999

Strauss Der Rosenkavalier, Op. 59, “Marie Theres’!”
James Levine conductor
Susan Graham mezzo-soprano
Heidi Grant Murphy soprano
January 2000

Mozart Don Giovanni, K. 527 (Selections)
James Levine conductor
October 2000

Bellini Il pirata, “Col sorriso d’innocenza”
Bruno Campanella conductor
February 2003

Verdi La traviata (Selections)
Valéry Gergiev conductor
Dmitri Hvorostovsky baritone
March 2004

Handel Rodelinda, HWV 19, “Mio caro bene!”
Patrick Summers conductor
May 2006

Tchaikovsky Eugene Onegin, Op. 24 (Selections)
Valéry Gergiev conductor
Dmitri Hvorostovsky baritone
February 2007

Massenet Thaïs (Selections)
Jesús López Cobos conductor
December 2008

Rossini Armida (Selections)
Riccardo Frizza conductor
May 2010

Lehár The Merry Widow, “Hello, here’s a soldier bold”
Sir Andrew Davis conductor
Nathan Gunn bass
January 2015

Korngold Die tote Stadt, Marietta’s Lied
James Levine conductor
March 2009

Discs: 2
Record Label: Decca
Release Date: January 13, 2023

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