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Attila (Furlanetto)

CDS 372 (2cd)

Giuseppe Verdi (1813-1901)
Attila

Attila - Ferruccio Furlanetto, bass
Odabella - Dimitra Theodossiou, soprano
Ezio - Alberto Gazale, baritone
Foresto - Carlo Ventre, tenor
Uldino - Alessandro Cosentino
Leone - Daniele Tonini

Orchestra and Chorus of the Teatro Verdi of Trieste
Donato Renzetti, conductor

Recorded in Trieste, November 2000


This edition of Attila is based on the extraordinarily successful performances of the opera given at the Teatro Verdi in Trieste (year 2000). The towering figure of the barbarian king Attila, masterfully crafted by Verdi in one of his most efficacious bass roles, finds in Ferruccio Furlanetto a performer of matchless vocal bravura and expressive sensitivity. The Italian bass is partnered by the noble voice of the soprano Dimitra Theodossiou, who has already appeared in leading roles in Anna Bolena and Stiffelio, and the orchestra is conducted by Donato Renzetti, unquestionably one of the most prestigious Italian conductors and a well-known specialist of nineteenth-century Italian opera.

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