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Author Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791, composer.

Title Anna Netrebko. Don Giovanni / a Vincent Paterson film ; directed and choreographed by Vincent Paterson ; produced by Bernhard Fleischer ; a Bernhard Fleischer Moving Images production
Published Berlin : C Major Entertainment, 2003


Description 1 online resource (11 minutes)
Summary Vincent Paterson's camera and imagination have given Anna Netrebko the scope to embrace five totally different characters within about an hour's screen time. Revealing her true personality through an extensive and intimate interview on childhood, education, career and private matters, she then convinces the viewer as a gifted performer in her portrayals of Mozart's Donna Anna, Bellini's Amina, Gounod's Marguerite, Dvorák's Rusalka, and Puccini's Musetta. The visual language of this portrait reflects a contemporary approach of introducing one of the most exceptional sopranos of our time to a wider audience
Notes Title from title screen (viewed February 23, 2022)
"The woman, the voice."
Written in 1787
Performer Anna Netrebko, soprano ; Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra ; Gianandrea Noseda, conductor
Notes Interview in English, vocal work sung in Italian, with English translation preceding work
Subject Netrebko, Anna -- Interviews
Netrebko, Anna
Operas -- Excerpts.
Songs (High voice) with orchestra.
Operas -- Excerpts
Songs (High voice) with orchestra
Genre/Form interviews.
Music videos
Nonfiction films
Nonfiction films.
Music videos.
Films autres que de fiction.
Form Streaming video
Author Paterson, Vincent, director
Weisz, Christian Kurt, film director
Netrebko, Anna, interviewee, singer
Fleischer, Bernhard, producer
Noseda, Gianandrea, conductor
Wiener Philharmoniker, instrumentalist.
Bernhard Fleischer Moving Images (Firm), production company.
Other Titles Don Giovanni. Non mi dir, bell'idol mio
Anna Netrebko : the woman, the voice