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GEN 86080
EAN: 4260036250800
18.90 €

Tommaso Traetta (1727–1779)  
Aria "Chi d’insano amor delira”
Aria “Lìstesso tormento contento mi pare”
Wolfgang A. Mozart  
Die Zauberflöte
Aria “Ach, ich fühl’s”
Wolfgang A. Mozart  
Le nozze di Figaro
Recitative and aria “E Susanna non vien"
Wolfgang A. Mozart  
Don Giovanni
Aria “Crudele – Non mi dir”
Luigi Cherubini  
Recitative and aria “Je cède à ta voix consolante"
Giuseppe Verdi  
Aria “Caro nome”
Giacomo Puccini  
Aria “Signore ascolta”
Aria "Tu che di gel sei cinta"
Richard Strauss  
Final scene of the Gräfin “Morgen mittag um elf!”
Frédéric Chaslin (* 1963)  
Aria “Majesté, je suis la plus heureuse des femmes”

Cornelia Ptassek - Soprano

Arias by T. Traetta, W. A. Mozart,
L. Cherubini, G. Verdi, G. Puccini

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You can certainly tell that Cornelia Ptassek is a young singer from her wonderfully flexible, slender and clearly directed voice. On the other hand, you may be astonished to learn that her CD with the Mannheim National Theatre Orchestra is her debut CD. Ptassek moves with such security and confidence through the great works of the repertoire and exciting new discoveries as well; she interprets Mozart’s Pamina, Cherubini’s Dircé und Puccini’s Liù with grandeur. Regardless of whether a CD friend is enthusiastic over the voice of the Mannheim Ensemble member, or is curious about new musical finds, or is simply looking for some of the aria highlights of the operatic repertoire – at least one of these reasons, if not two or even all three, are reason enough to get hold of this GENUIN CD in any case…

"Cornelia Ptassek is an extraordinary soprano but also an outstanding performer. The fact that her voice also works so well away from the stage is as impressively proven by this CD as is the quality of the orchestra. A stroke of luck!"
Mannheimer Morgen, 13.12.2006