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5 sept. 2013

VIDEO COMPLETO LA BOHÈME ROLANDO VILLAZÓN NYCO 2001



Hace mucho tiempo que Youtube no nos da sorpresas con grabaciones de Rolando Villazón, pero ayer se publicó un documento no fácilmente disponible e inédito en la red hasta el momento: La Bohème de NYCO (New York City Opera), de 2001. Ya era público un video de Che gelida manina, pero ahora podemos disfrutar de la ópera entera, gracias al usuario tenore23, con un jovencísimo y fascinante Rolando como Rodolfo.

LA BOHÈME - New York City Opera, 28 marzo 2001
George Manahan, conductor
Maria Kanyova, Mimi
Nicole Heaston, Musetta
Rolando Villazon, Rodolfo
Alfredo Daza, Marcello
George Cordes, Colline
Peter Strummer, Benoit
Brian McIntosh, Alcindoro
Mel Ulrich, Shaunard
Gregory Hostetler, Parpignol
- Live from Lincoln Center - Host: Beverly Sills  


20 comentarios:

  1. Thank you, Teresa, for this wonderful treat. That final scene is just unbearable. No matter what age he is, he is always pure Rolando Villazón.

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  2. Superbe cadeau ! Pas encore le temps de tout voir ,La voix de Rolando pleine,chaude ,fabuleuse .bon comédien .
    Merci Térésa ,ce soir je visionne la totalité.

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  3. Thank you sooooo much, dear Teresa,
    for posting this great BOHÈME from 2001 !!!!

    VIVA ROLANDOOOOOO !!! VIVA TERESA !!!

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  4. Danièle6/9/13 9:37

    Muchas gracias Teresa pour ce très beau cadeau du très jeune et si talentueux Rolando !!!

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  5. Gracias, Teresita, por el aviso: iré a escucharlo y verlo en menos que te lo cuento.
    Besos.

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  6. grazie Teresa per questo delizioso video. Vedere Rolando trentenne ! con la voce che ci ha tanto ispirato nei primi anni della scoperta villazoniana ! Quasi non é cambiato; stessa mimica, stesso viso, stessi gesti da attore. tutto é rimasto il medesimo. Adorabile ! Solo il viso diventato più maturo !
    Speriamo di ritrovarlo cosi' anche tra 10 anni !
    E' un video che si puo' rivedere continuamente; la musica e il canto rimangono una magia !
    Che strano che questo video sia venuto fuori adesso dopo 12 anni !
    Un regalo ! Grazie

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    1. Trentenne no, Mariù! Rolando, en marzo de 2001, justo acababa de cumplir 29 años.
      Y este vídeo no ha estado inédito 12 años, circulaban copias, simplemente no estaba en Youtube

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  7. Quel talent ! Implication totale ,vocale , scénique .

    Les duos sont d'une beauté ....j'ai la larme à l'oeil chaque fois ,encore plus avec l'interprétation de Rolando .
    Merci encore Térésa .

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  8. Bueno ¿qué puedo decir? Ese talentazo no es de este mundo!

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  9. Aveces, llorar por la emoción y la felicidad es lo mejor que te puede pasar. Que me puede pasar. Gracias, Teresa.

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  10. Danièle7/9/13 14:56

    La Bohème n'est pas mon opéra favori, mais quand c'est Rolando qui chante Rodolfo, elle devient une perle rare.
    Il est un Rodolfo absolument bouleversant qui me tire les larmes des yeux.

    Quel talent !!!!

    Je suis entièrement de l'avis de Joanna la scène de fin est absolument insupportable.

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  11. Thank you for posting this video Teresa. A fantastic performance from all the cast but particularly Rolando - faultless, breathtaking, heart-breaking and beautiful. I am really enjoying watching it but have yet to find the courage to watch the final act.

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  12. Catherincita9/9/13 19:40

    Un vrai bonheur que de regarder et d'entendre cette Bohème de 2001 !
    Rolando si juvénil y excelle déjà, incarnant un Rodolfo idéal : tendre, malicieux, bouleversant.
    Quel regret de n'avoir pu le voir en live à Londres, en janvier dernier ! J'espère de tout coeur qu'une autre et prochaine occasion me sera offerte.
    M E R C I !!

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  13. Catherincita9/9/13 19:40

    Un vrai bonheur que de regarder et d'entendre cette Bohème de 2001 !
    Rolando si juvénil y excelle déjà, incarnant un Rodolfo idéal : tendre, malicieux, bouleversant.
    Quel regret de n'avoir pu le voir en live à Londres, en janvier dernier ! J'espère de tout coeur qu'une autre et prochaine occasion me sera offerte.
    M E R C I !!

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  14. Thank you Teresa - this is a very beautiful and touching "Bohème" (extending of course Rolando). Unfortunately by the young artists only Daza become a little known - world career has only made Rolando. Here you can see how difficult it is in this profession.

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  15. Dear Teresa ...

    I have just returned from a winter holiday and am catching up on the blogs I have missed while I was away!

    Thank you so much for directing our attention to this video - what a treasure! I have just finished watching it and have the usual "heart pain" that I always get at the end of a good Boheme! And this one is superb!

    How delightful to be able to see this early recording of Rolando (and friends) in such a superb production. The whole cast is excellent, and the setting, on the eve of World War I, is very compelling.

    I have Rolando's other two DVD Bohemes - the 2002 Bregenz (1960s setting) and the 2009 Film ... and it fascinates me to see how he plays Rodolfo differently in each one. In the 2001 NYCO we see a young man caught in the wonder of first love - note his starstruck reaction in Act 1 when Mimi responds "Io t'amo". This Rodolfo feels the world in black and white ... and the sorrow of loss is devastating. By contrast the Rodolfo of the 1960s is more self-centred, more cynical perhaps. His reaction to grief is to flee from it. And the Rodolfo of 2009 with Netrebko is a man who has seen more of life - cares for Mimi and nurtures her, but in the end there is a certain resignation in his grief. I love all three interpretations!

    No one can ever accuse Rolando of "standing still" in his role portrayals!!

    It was also lovely to listen to Beverley Sills with her interviews and insights backstage.

    Thanks again ...
    Regards from Shelley in Australia

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  16. Anónimo23/9/13 6:52

    AMO LA OPERA DESDE QUE ESCUCHE A ROLANDO VILLAZON, MUCHAS GRACIAS TERESA POR TI LO CONOZCO, SOY DE CHILE
    MYRIAM FRIOLI

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  17. Gracias Teresa, estos vídeos son un verdadero tesoro.

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