Notes & Reviews:
Gramophone Magazine (Falstaff)
Corena is an admirable Falstaff, vocally and dramatically, and he misses little or nothing of Verdi's superb musical characterization of the part. Capecchi is equally good as Ford [... ] Lydia Marimpietri is a sweet-voiced Nannetta: she makes a beautifully-managed ascent to the final high A of her song. I greatly admired Regina Resnik's unctuous low notes in her scene with Falstaff [and] Ilva Ligabue's lovely singing as Alice made me long to hear more of her. [... ] Edward Downes gets spirited playing out of the New Symphony Orchestra and one feels that everyone enjoyed themselves at the recording sessions.