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Opera on 3: Live from the Met


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II Barbiere di Siviglia
Rossini's It Barbiere di Siviglia, presented from New York by Margaret Juntwait.
Figaro is helping Count Almaviva win the hand of the lovely Rosina. But the duo face a rival in the form of her guardian Doctor Bartolo.
Chorus and Orchestra of the New York
Metropolitan Opera, conductor Frederic Chaslin
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Unknown: Margaret Juntwait.
Conductor: Frederic Chaslin
Rosina: Elina Garanca (mezzo)
Count Almaviva: José Manuel Zapata (tenor)
Figaro: Franco Vassallo (baritone)
Dr Bartolo: Bruno Pratico (bass)
Don Basilio: Peter Rose (bass)
Berta: Jennifer Check (soprano)
Sergeant: Mark Schowalter (tenor)
Fiorello: John Moore (baritone)
Ambrogio: Rob Besserer

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Opera on 3: Live from the Met

BBC Radio 3, 26 January 2008 18.30

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