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Bizet / Grace Bumbry · Jon Vickers · Mirella Freni · Justino Diaz / Wiener Philharmoniker , Conducted And Directed By Herbert von Karajan - Carmen Musikalbum

Darsteller: Bizet / Grace Bumbry · Jon Vickers · Mirella Freni · Justino Diaz / Wiener Philharmoniker , Conducted And Directed By Herbert von Karajan
Genre: Klassische Musik / Tonspuren
Titel: Carmen
Land: UK & Europe
Freigegeben: 2005
Stil: Romantic, Opera
Etikett: Deutsche Grammophon, Unitel
Katalognummer: 00440 073 4032
FLAC-Version ZIP-Größe: 1756 mb
MP3-Version ZIP-Größe: 1135 mb
WMA-Version ZIP-Größe: 2073 mb
Bewertung: 4.2
Abstimmungen: 332


1Carmen (Opéra En Quatre Actes)
Composed By – Georges BizetLibretto By – Henri Meilhac, Ludovic HalévyText By [After] – Prosper Mérimée


  • ChorusWiener Staatsopernchor
  • Chorus MasterWalter Hagen-Groll
  • Conductor, Directed By [Staged By]Herbert von Karajan
  • Director Of PhotographyErnst Wild, François Reichenbach
  • Executive-ProducerFritz Buttenstedt
  • OrchestraWiener Philharmoniker
  • Other [Ballet] – Mariemma & Ballet De España
  • Other [Costume Design] – Georges Wakhevitch
  • Production ManagerHorant H. Hohlfeld
  • Set DesignerTeo Otto
  • Vocals [Carmen]Grace Bumbry
  • Vocals [Dancaïre]Kurt Equiluz
  • Vocals [Don José]Jon Vickers
  • Vocals [Escamillo]Justino Diaz
  • Vocals [Frasquita]Olivera Miljakovic
  • Vocals [Mercédès]Julia Hamari
  • Vocals [Micaëla]Mirella Freni
  • Vocals [Moralés]Robert Kerns
  • Vocals [Rememdado]Milen Paunov
  • Vocals [Zuniga]Anton Diakov


A Production Of The Salburger Festspiele.
Filmed In Munich, Bavaria Studios, 8/1967.
Sound Recording: Wien, Sofiensaal, 6/1967.

A production of Unitel GmbH & Co. KG, Munich
(C) 1967 Unitel
(P) 1995/2005 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Hamburg
(C) 2005 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Hamburg

Disc Specifications:
Total Time: 163 Min. / NTSC / Colour / 4:3 / Region Code: 0 / Menu Language: English
Audio: French PCM Stereo & DTS 5.1 / Subtitles: French (Libretto), English, German, Spanish, Chinese

Comes in standard clear amaray case with 34-page booklet.


  • Barcode: 0 44007 34032 5
  • Label Code: LC 0173
  • Other (Distribution Code): G|H2


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Deutsche Grammophon GmbH
  • Copyright (c) – Deutsche Grammophon GmbH
  • Copyright (c) – Unitel
  • Recorded At – Sofiensaal


Conductor, Directed By Herbert von Karajan. Director Of Photography Ernst Wild, François Reichenbach. Executive-Producer Fritz Buttenstedt. Orchestra Wiener Philharmoniker. Other Mariemma & Ballet De España. Other Georges Wakhevitch. Vocals Grace Bumbry. Vocals Kurt Equiluz. Vocals Jon Vickers. Vocals Justino Diaz. Vocals Olivera Miljakovic. Vocals Julia Hamari. Vocals Mirella Freni. Vocals Robert Kerns. Vocals Milen Paunov. Product Description. Grace Bumbry, Jon Vickers, Justino Diaz, and Mirella Freni star in this Bizet opera with Herbert Von Karajan conducting the Vienna Philharmonic and State Opera Chorus. Bizet's tale of the fiery gypsy and her naive, ultimately murderous lover, is an operatic staple but few versions boast such well-acted, brilliantly sung leading roles. This 1967 film of the 1966 Salzburg production as conducted and directed by Herbert Von Karajan brings together the finest Carmen cast available at the time. Some slight changes were made from the 1966 production which most critics felt improved the performance. Bumbry, Vickers, Diaz, Freni Herbert von Karajan, Chor der Wiener Staatsoper, Wiener Philharmoniker Carmen is an opera in four acts by French CDs,DVDs online at : Bizet: Carmen, Grace Bumbry, Jon Vickers, Justino Diaz, Mirella Freni, Oliviera Miljakovic. Herbert von Karajan, Vienna PO & State Opera Chorus Salzburg, 1967 Label: Orfeo Conductors: Herbert Karajan Ensembles: Vienna Philharmonic - ORF 866183. Label: Orfeo Catalog No: ORF 866183 Format: CD Release Date: 2018-10-12 Number of Discs: 3 UPC Code: 4011790866321. FreeFreight Is Available. Renewing acquaintance with Karajan's Salzburg Festival Carmen from the 1960s might be described as a deja entendu experience of a very particular kind. Bizet: Carmen. Latest release. 3 February 1997. Play album. Do you have any photos of this artist. Carmen by Georges Bizet Performer: Jon Vickers Tenor, Grace Bumbry Mezzo Soprano, Éliane Lublin Soprano, Kostas Paskalis Baritone, Michel Trempont Baritone, Albert Voli Tenor, Claude Meloni Bass, Mirella Freni Soprano, Bernard Gontcharenko Bass, Viorica Cortez Mezzo Soprano Conductor: Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos OrchestraEnsemble. Conducted with warmth, clarity, and flair by Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos, it's a very solid recording featuring good, and occasionally great, singing. Grace Bumbry is an earthy, if not always exciting, Carmen with a rich sound. Freni is associated with the role of Mimi in Puccini's La bohème, which she sang at La Scala in Milan and the Vienna State Opera in 1963, conducted by Herbert von Karajan. She later changed her name thinking it was easier to pronounce. Freni made her operatic debut at the Teatro Municipale in her hometown on 3 March 1955 as Micaëla in Bizet's Carmen. In 1961, Freni first performed at the Royal Opera House in London as Nannetta in Verdi's Falstaff. She stepped in as Nanetta at La Scala in Milan for Renata Scotto. On 31 January 1963, she appeared there as Mimi in a production staged by Franco Zeffirelli and conducted by Herbert von Karajan. And so Carmen, as put onto film by Herbert von Karajan and seen Wednesday night at Philharmonic Hall, survives its change of medi um. It is a splendid movie, colorful at all times, pictori ally rich and never dull. Karajan, Who directed as well as conducted, has made some use of cinematic techniques, mostly closeups, to magnify the drama and enrich the characters. He doesn't improve the original livestage version, he just adds supporting detail. When the detail that is supported is as voluptuous as Grace Bumbry in the title role, Mr. Karajan's movie treatment works best. This spectacular opera film was taped in 1967 and is based on the 1966 Salzburg Festival production directed by Herbert von Karajan himself, who also conducts the fabulous Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra The production features the three greatest exponents of their respective roles at the time: Grace Bumbrys magnificently seductive-toned Carmen, Mirella Frenis ineffably. 展开全部 This spectacular opera. Carmen, Mirella Frenis ineffably lovely, touching Micaëla and Jon Vickerss thrillingly manic-depressive