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Title Don Giovanni.

Publication Info. [Princeton, N.J.] : Westminster Choir College, [2013]

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 Talbott Media  DVD 870    Available  Ask at Circulation Desk
 Talbott Westminster Archives  b15598081    Lib Use Only  Ask Librarian for access
Description 4 videodiscs (162 min.) : DVD video, sound, color, stereo ; 4 3/4 in.
DVD video.
Note Opera, performed with piano and harpsichord accompaniment.
Language Sung in Italian.
Note Title from opening frame; remaining cataloging information chiefly from printed program.
Libretto by Lorenzo Da Ponte, music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
Performer Jacob Kinderman (Don Giovanni) ; Edward Cleary (Leporello) ; Kelsey Stark (Donna Anna) ; Gerard Michael D'Emilio (Commendatore) ; George Somerville (Don Ottavio) ; Brittany Hines-Hill (Donna Elvira) ; Brian Mextorf (Masetto) ; Julia Engel (Zerlina) ; James Kenon Mitchell, piano and harpsichord ; William Hobbs, piano and musical director.
Credits David Paul, stage director.
Event Recorded in performance as part of the CoOPERAtive Program at Westminster 2013 January 19 Bristol Chapel, Westminster Choir College of Rider University, Princeton, N.J.
Contents Disc 1. Overture ; Act I. Scenes 1-14 -- Disc 2. Act I. Scenes 15-20 -- Disc 3. Act II. Scenes 1-6 -- Disc 4. Act II. Scenes 7-16.
Local Note Westminster Choir College performance.
Subject Operas, Arranged.
Genre/Form Filmed operas.
Filmed performances.
Added Author Container of (expression): Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791. Don Giovanni; arranged.
Libretto based on (work): Molina, Tirso de, 1571?-1648. Burlador de Sevilla.
Kinderman, Jacob, singer.
Cleary, Edward (Baritone), singer.
Stark, Kelsey, singer.
Somerville, George Ross, singer.
Hines-Hill, Brittany, singer.
Mextorf, Brian, singer.
Engel, Julia (Soprano), singer.
Mitchell, James Kenon, instrumentalist.
Hobbs, William, 1969- musical director, instrumentalist, conductor.
Paul, David Jonathan, stage director.
Da Ponte, Lorenzo, 1749-1838, librettist.
Westminster Choir College, sponsoring body, issuing body.
CoOPERAtive Program at Westminster (2013 January)
Note At head of title on disc: Westminster Choir College presents