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Compilations: highlights from the Opera Rara catalogue

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ORR250 (1 disc)
Showcase

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Opera Rara showcases highlights from its recent and forthcoming recordings on one disc with excerpts from works by Donizetti, Rossini, Bellini, Offenbach, Mercadante and Massenet. 

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Sogno Talor
ORR225 (2 disc set)
Sogno Talor... Sometimes I dream

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To celebrate twenty-five years of recording the worlds rarest operas, Opera Rara presents a condensed version of its acclaimed survey of opera in the first half of the 19th century. More Info

The Cruel Madness of Love
ORO4 (1 disc set)
The Cruel Madness of Love

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Created with Opera to promote our recording and concert performance of Donizetti's tragic opera Pia de Tolomei, this collection shows love in its many guises and diverse manifestations, as the root cause of jealousy, regret and despair.

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The Young Donizetti
ORR229 (1 disc set)
The Young Donizetti

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While Donizetti may have received isolated recognition in his earlier years, it was only with Anna Bolena (Milan 1830) that he won over musical Italy as a whole heralding the beginning of his truly international career.

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Tyrants and Lovers
ORR221 (1 disc set)
Tyrants and Lovers

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Another compilation from Opera Rara’s extensive catalogue of rarities. As with the previous album, Duets to Die For, there is the opportunity for a little armchair musicology - this time looking at the roles of tyrant verses lover.

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Villains by necessity
ORO5 (1 disc set)
Villains by necessity

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Available only through Opera Rara. This CD was created to promote our concert performance of Donizetti’s Il diluvio universale given at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane.

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