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Mozart's Così fan tutte, ossia La scuola degli amanti (1975)

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Cast overview:
Anson Austin ...
Thomas Allen ...
Guglielmo, An Officer in love with Fiordiligi
Helena Döse ...
Sylvia Lindenstrand ...
Dorabella, Fiordiligi's sister
Franz Petri ...
Don Alfonso, An elderly philosopher
Danielle Perrier ...
Despina, Servant to the sisters (as Danièle Perriers)

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Così fan tutte  »

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Wonderful yet wooden.
21 November 2015 | by See all my reviews

Lovely to see the Glyndebourne interior as it once was. It has gained in stature, fame, and technical ability since then and has become one of the most sought after venues for young singers to vent their artistic talents. Any Glyndeboune is now an unmissable event.

This version of Cosi is beautifully sung by all, albeit a little reserved passion-wise given the nature of the plot. It follows that the acting too is reserved and somewhat wooden.

It is well worth watching if only to see a young Thomas Allen, and three gracious ladies showing their talents. It's also refreshing to see the two young men switching to a disguise which might actually fool two silly girls, albeit Despina's disguises are once again in typical pantomime vogue, and wouldn't fool anyone.

That said I thoroughly enjoyed it. But then it's Glyndebourne, so who could fail to enjoy it?

In conclusion, the story of Glyndebourne itself is such a fascinating story that I'm surprised someone hasn't picked up on it and made a movie or TV series about it. I could try myself I suppose, but I fear my efforts wouldn't be worthy of it.

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