La clemenza di Tito (Glyndebourne 2017)

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Composer: Wolgang Amadeus Mozart

Conductor: Robin Ticciati

Director: Claus Guth

Cast: Richard Croft, Anna Stéphany, Alice Coote, Clive Bayley, Michèle Losier, Joélle Harvey

The Glyndebourne Chorus

Orchestra Of The Age Of Enlightenment

Mozart's final opera returns to Glyndebourne after an absence of nearly twenty years in a 'stark, compelling and very well acted' production directed by Claus Guth. Richard Croft sings the title role 'with exemplary stylistic poise and tonal sweetness', and Anna Stéphany is a Sesto 'touchingly full of angst and remorse... with terrific élan and immaculate technical control' in the arias (The Telegraph) - her "Parto, Parto" 'simply breathtaking' (The Guardian).

Guth's vision sets the 1st-century Roman story in a two-storey office suite bureaucracy 'exquisitely lit by Olaf Winter', aptly framing the scheming of Vitelia, sung by Alice Coote 'in terrific form'. The OAE under Robin Ticciati 'brings out the sheer beauty' of Mozart's score (Express).

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Discs 1
Format NTSC, all regions
Includes Libretto No
Languages Italian
Place of Recording Glyndebourne
Running Time 2 hours 18 minutes
Live Recording Yes
Size 19.5 x 13.5 x 1.5cm
Subtitles English, German, Japanese and Korean
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