Notes & Reviews:
Gramophone Classical Music Guide
Not the most idiomatic of recordings but there's some classy singing here, though one would have liked Ludwig to take a few more risks. Patanè presides over everything with passion.
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Puccini: La Fanciulla del West / Mara Zampieri, Plácido Domingo, Juan Pons; La Scala Chorus & Orch.; Maazel
Weber: Der Freischütz / Gerhaher, Prégardien et al.; WDR Cappella Coloniensis; Bruno Weil
Rossini: Il Viaggio a Reims / Raimondi, Studer, Terrani, Gallo et al.; Berlin PO & Radio Choir; Claudio Abbado
Verdi: Aida / Zinka Milanov, Jussi Bjorling, Fedora Barbieri, Leonard Warren, Boris Christoff. Rome Opera, Perlea (rec. live 1955)