- Carmen Gonzales (Mezzo Soprano)
- Luba Orgonasova (Soprano)
- Fabio Previati (Baritone)
- Jonathon Welch (Voice)
Notes & Reviews:
'La Boheme' is one of three operas believed to be the most popular ever written. In the case of 'La Boheme' the reason is that it virtually defines the term 'romantic.' The poignant story of Mimi and Rodolfo is told in music of such tender beauty, allied, as always, to Puccini's intuition of what works in the theatre, resulting in an opera that readily appeals to our emotions and sense.
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Works DetailsSmillie, Thomson : An Introduction to Puccini's "La bohème", narration with musical examples
- Performers: Carmen Gonzales (Mezzo Soprano); Luba Orgonasova (Soprano); Fabio Previati (Baritone); Jonathon Welch (Voice)
- Conductor: Will Humburg
- Ensemble: Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, Bratislava
- Running Time: 2 min. 42 sec.
- Period Time: Contemporary