A cast of oustanding singers, including Stefan Pop, Maria Katzarava, Vladimir Stoyanov and Giacomo Prestia. • Director Leo Muscato is a 2013 Premio Abbiati and 2016 International Opera Awards winner for best director. He recently directed Paer’s Agnese (37850/57850). • Filmed in 4K. • Available in CD (digital and physical), DVD and Blu-ray formats. • Sung in Italian. • Subtitles in Italian, English, French, German, Japanese and Korean. • This opera was recorded at the 2019 Festival Verdi in a new co-production from Teatro Regio di Parma and Teatro Comunale di Bologna. I due Foscari, a tragedia lirica in three acts based on a work by Lord Byron, was premiered in 1844. It proved quite popular for the next fifty years, thanks in part to its brevity and ease of staging; in fact it’s Verdi's shortest opera. The composer also revised the libretto by the rather inexperienced Francesco Maria Piave. From the musical point of view, this work is characterised by extreme simplicity of form and by the use of distinctive themes for each character, reminiscent of the Leitmotiv technique. The simple plot describes the mortal hatred between a Venetian gentleman, Jacopo Loredano, and two members of the Foscari family - the Doge Francesco and his son Jacopo - whom Loredano holds responsible for the deaths of his his father and uncle. The effectiveness of this recording stems from both the cast of singers (notably Vladimir Stoyanov in the role of Francesco Foscari) and the orchestra under Paolo Arrivabeni's direction.
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