Notes & Reviews:
Ozawa can keep it together and produce a thrill-a-minute ... The Rome orchestra plays handsomely, the chorus is gloriously straight jacketed into its individual parts, and never is anyone lost in the weird syncopations ... [Bonisolli] performs with amazing conviction and security (and an added, uninvited-if-on-the-money high-D in his final aria), with clear French diction ... Teresa Zylis-Gara ... has class and ... Robert Amis El Hage sings the Cardinal's music with great authority - he's both a bully and an appreciator of art, just as Berlioz wished ... This certainly excites.
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