Eboli

Carlo Levi - Cristo Si è Fermato A Eboli  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by SSCN1926 at Nov. 26, 2014
Carlo Levi - Cristo Si è Fermato A Eboli

Carlo Levi - Cristo Si è Fermato A Eboli
Italian | Einaudi | 1945 | EPUB | Pages 499 | ISBN: N/A | 0.32 Mb

Carlo Levi - Cristo si è fermato a Eboli (Ed.Integrale)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by anthony93fr at Aug. 4, 2013
Carlo Levi - Cristo si è fermato a Eboli (Ed.Integrale)

Carlo Levi - Cristo si è fermato a Eboli (Ed.Integrale)
Italian | Einaudi | EPUB | Pages: N/A | ISBN: 8806204716 | 2010 | 3 Mb

Cristo si è fermato a Eboli (1978) [ReUp]  Video

Posted by Someonelse at Sept. 16, 2011
Cristo si è fermato a Eboli (1978) [ReUp]

Christ Stopped At Eboli (1978)
A Film by Francesco Rosi
DVD9 | ISO+MDS | PAL 16:9 | 02:24:39 | 7,57 Gb
Audio: Italian AC3 5.1/1.0 @ 448/128 Kbps | Subs: English, Italian SDH
Genre: Drama, War

Based on an autobiographical novel by Carlo Levi, Cristo si e fermato a Eboli stars Gian-Maria Volonte as Levi, a prominent anti-fascist author and artist who, during Mussolini's regime was exiled to Eboli, a tiny village in Southern Italy. The government believed Levi's controversial views would fall on deaf ears, but as he spent time in the small pastoral community, the simple wisdom of the peasants came to have a profound impact on Levi, and his beliefs would also impact the people of Eboli.

Francesco Rosi-Cristo si è fermato a Eboli (1979)  Video

Posted by FNB47 at May 20, 2007
Francesco Rosi-Cristo si è fermato a Eboli (1979)

Francesco Rosi-Cristo si è fermato a Eboli (1979)
1463.4 MB | 2:25:08 | Italian with Eng. s/t | XviD, 1230 Kb/s | 656x496

In the fascist Italy of 1935, a painter trained as a doctor is exiled to a remote region near Eboli. Over time, he learns to appreciate the beauty and wisdom of the peasants, and to overcome his isolation. The story follows a real life anti-fascist intellectual, Carlo Levi, into his forced exile in small, isolated village in a remote region of Southern Italy. The village is populated by inhabitants who barely survive on the meager harvest of the unyielding land. Eboli, the closest train station, is the last outpost of civilization (such as it is) before entering a world that has changed very little since the Middle Ages. The movie title, after the book written by Carlo Levi, expresses all the sense of abandon, neglect, desolation and human despair. According to the local tales, even Christ, in his southward journey, went no further than Eboli. Beyond that point, not even God dared (or could be bothered) to go… (http://imdb.com/title/tt0079010/plotsummary)

Verdi - Don Carlos (Claudio Abbado) [2004/1984]  Music

Posted by Vilboa at May 8, 2017
Verdi - Don Carlos (Claudio Abbado) [2004/1984]

Verdi - Don Carlos (Claudio Abbado) [2004/1984]
Classical | Deutsche Grammophon 415-316-2 | TT: 232 min| EAC (flac, cue, log) | Covers | 902 Mb

“Domingo easily outshines his earlier recording with Giulini…while Katia Ricciarelli as the Queen gives a tenderly moving performance, if not quite commanding enough in the Act V aria. Ruggero Raimondi is a finely focused Philip, nicely contrasted with Nicolai Ghiaurov as the Grand Inquisitor” Penguin Guide

Verdi - Don Carlo (James Levine) [2009]  Music

Posted by Sowulo at July 15, 2011
Verdi - Don Carlo (James Levine) [2009]

Verdi - Don Carlo (James Levine) [2009]
EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE, LOG | Covers | 3cd, 860.32 MB
Classical | Label: Sony | Catalog Number: 88697527732

Verdi's Don Carlo is a problematic piece. Should it be in Italian or French? How much of the original French musical setting should be included? I've known this set for a while and have some reservations about the singing, that of the women in particular, but it's the inclusion of the whole of Verdi's original First Act which makes the set worth acquiring.

Verdi: Don Carlo - Carreras, Freni, Ghiaurov [Karajan] [3 CD]  Music

Posted by aibdescalzo at July 17, 2010
Verdi: Don Carlo - Carreras, Freni, Ghiaurov [Karajan] [3 CD]

Verdi - Don Carlo [Karajan]
EAC Rip | Classical (opera) | 3 CD | FLAC + CUE + Logs | Full Scans | 713 mb | RS + SM + FS | TT 03:01:33
Released: 1995 | Label: EMI Records / Amadeus Lirica | Recorded: Sep. 1978 - Philharmonie, Berlin, West Germany

José Carreras (Tenor), Mirella Freni (Soprano), Nicolai Ghiaurov (Bass), Agnes Baltsa (Mezzo Soprano), Piero Cappuccilli (Baritone), Ruggero Raimondi (Bass), Edita Gruberova (Soprano), Horst Nitsche (Tenor), Manfred Röhrl (Bass), Roberto Banuelas (Bass), Barbara Hendricks (Soprano), Klaus Lang (Bass), Ivan Sardi (Bass), Josef Becker (Bass), Walton Grönroos (Bass), José Van Dam (Bass), Carlo Meletti (Baritone)
Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Berlin Deutsche Oper Chorus, Herbert von Karajan (conductor)

Giuseppe Verdi – From La Scala: Don Carlo  Music

Posted by frangarbla at Nov. 11, 2009
Giuseppe Verdi – From La Scala: Don Carlo

Giuseppe Verdi – From La Scala. Don Carlo
DbPowerAMP, FLAC (tracks, no cue) + MP3 (320@ CBR) | 1044.16 Mb (FLAC) + 461.17 Mb (MP3) | 189 minutes | Full artwork and covers.
classical, opera | Deutsche Grammophon Records, recorded between July and September 1961.

Between 1960 and 1981, the music label Deutsche Grammophon recorded the eight greatest operas composed by Verdi at La Scala in Milan, the home of Italian operas. World’s leading singers and conductors were involved in the recording. The result provides you with the best possible way to get familiar with Verdi’s operas...
Luciano Pavarotti, Joan Sutherland, LSO, Richard Bonynge - Bellini: Beatrice di Tenda (1966/2014) [Official Digital Download]

Luciano Pavarotti, Joan Sutherland, LSO, Richard Bonynge - Bellini: Beatrice di Tenda (1966/2014)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | Time - 147:36 minutes | 2.90 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Digital booklet

„Bellini’s penultimate opera – written for La Fenice, Venice, in 1833 – has never enjoyed the popularity of such works as La sonnambula, Norma and I puritani. Listening to this vintage Joan Sutherland recording dating from 1966, it is hard to fathom why. The story is strong and stirring – a sort of cross between Maria Stuarda and La Gioconda – and offers fine roles for the wronged titular heroine, her villainous husband Filippo, her platonic admirer Orombello and his would-be mistress, Agnese del Maino (a Princess Eboli avant la lettre).

Bellini - Beatrice di Tenda (Richard Bonynge) [1992/1966]  Music

Posted by Vilboa at March 27, 2017
Bellini - Beatrice di Tenda (Richard Bonynge) [1992/1966]

Bellini - Beatrice di Tenda (Richard Bonynge) [1992/1966]
Classical | DECCA 433 706-2 | TT: 197.32 | EAC (flac, cue, log) | Covers | 859 Mb

Bellini’s penultimate opera – written for La Fenice, Venice, in 1833 – has never enjoyed the popularity of such works as La sonnambula, Norma and I puritani. Listening to this vintage Joan Sutherland recording dating from 1966, it is hard to fathom why. The story is strong and stirring – a sort of cross between Maria Stuarda and La Gioconda – and offers fine roles for the wronged titular heroine, her villainous husband Filippo, her platonic admirer Orombello and his would-be mistress, Agnese del Maino (a Princess Eboli avant la lettre). How odd that Sutherland never managed to persuade Covent Garden to mount it for her, especially with this glorious cast. The Decca set is historic because it offered the legendary Sutherland/Pavarotti collaboration for the first time on disc. Luciano is wonderfully stylish here, elegant and ringing: Nureyev, vocally-speaking, to Sutherland’s Fonteyn. La Stupenda was going through one of her ‘moony’, muddy-diction phases, but the vocalism is quite dazzling. It’s a joy to encounter Josephine Veasey in her only commercially recorded Italian role: velvet-toned, shining, she is Sutherland’s most lustrous mezzo rival in any bel canto recording. (BBC MUSIC MAGAZINE)