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Mozart Blu-ray Set (The Royal Opera)

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Containing three of Mozart's best-known and loved operas, this five-disc box set features outstanding Royal Opera productions and a raft of world-class artists, including Erwin Schrott, Joyce DiDonato, Diana Damrau, Simon Keenlyside, Miah Persson, Gerald Finley and Dorothea Röschmann.Also available on DVD

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Le nozze di Figaro (2006)
Figaro: Erwin Schrott
Susanna: Miah Persson
Count Almaviva: Gerald Finley
Countess Almaviva: Dorothea Röschmann
Cherubino: Rinat Shaham
Royal Opera Chorus
Orchestra of the Royal Opera House
Conductor: Antonio Pappano
Director: David McVicar

Don Giovanni  (2008)
Don Giovanni: Simon Keenlyside
Leporello: Kyle Ketelsen
Commendatore: Eric Halfvarson
Donna Anna: Marina Poplavskaya
Donna Elvira: Joyce DiDonato
Don Ottavio: Ramón Vargas
Royal Opera Chorus
Orchestra of the Royal Opera House
Conductor: Charles Mackerras
Director: Francesca Zambello

Die Zauberflöte (2003)
Papageno: Simon Keenlyside
Papagena: Ailish Tynan
Pamina: Dorothea Röschmann
Tamino: Will Hartmann
Queen of the Night: Diana Damrau
Sarastro: Franz-Josef Selig
Speaker of the Temple: Thomas Allen
Royal Opera Chorus
Orchestra of the Royal Opera House
Conductor: Colin Davis
Director: David McVicar

Extras: Cast Galleries (Le nozze di Figaro & Don Giovanni); Illustrated synopsis; Documentaries and interviews

Picture: 16:9
Sound: 2.0 PCM + 5.1 DTS (Le nozze Di Figaro: PCM 5.0)
Format: Blu-ray
Region code:All Regions
Running time: 202 / 202 / 185 mins
Subtitles: EN/ES (Additional subtitles for Don Giovanni & Le nozze di Figaro FR/DE/IT)

Le nozze di Figaro

"Here is a Figaro to put with the 1973 Glyndebourne production placed among the top five operatic DVDs."

Don Giovanni

"This film powerfully captures the fiery essence of Francesco Zambello's production... Zambello makes Simon Keenlyside's harsh and diabolical Don Giovanni and Kyle Ketelsen's embittered Leporello a double-act of deadly dependency." BBC Music Magazine

Die Zauberflöte

This production's slow journey from darkness into the light works well on the small screen, not least thanks to high-definition camera work and Sue Judd's inspired direction for television. The real magic, though, is supplied by the onstage cast... Simon Keenlyside's profoundly human, touchingly sympathetic view of Papageno deserves an Olivier Award." Classic FM