Of late opera stagings often seem to be slotted into one of two categories: the “traditional,” with sets as the original libretto detailed and singers in period costumes; and “non-traditional,” “regie theater,” or “Eurotrash,” what you will.
Having spent the better part of its life at full-price, the Solti/Nilsson Salome now appears as a mid-priced re-issue.
This 250th anniversary year of Mozart’s birth must be heaven not only Amadeus lovers but also for those with a general inclination toward classical era music.
While most of the familiar Lieder repertoire stems from the nineteenth century, the powerful attraction the artform spurred composition in this genre through the mid-twentieth century.
Vanity publishing is not for the print world only, as a release from a company called Jeremiah Productions, called “That’s Amore,” proves.