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Joan Sutherland: The Age of Bel Canto This video features Dame Joan Sutherland, performing arias and duets, with Richard Conrad. They are accompanied by the CBC Orchestra, conducted by Richard Bonynge. One of the great sopranos of her time, Dame Sutherland was born in Sydney, Australia, in 1926; her operatic career began at Convent Garden. With the help of conductor Richard Bonynge, who became her husband, she developed a special repertoire of the bel canto operas of Donizetti and Bellini. In this film, Dame Sutherland pays homage to some of the great divas of the golden age of opera. What makes the film unique is that Dame Sutherland intersperses songs with recollections of the divas with whom the pieces are identified. ~ Rose of Sharon Winter, Rovi
Joan Sutherland in Concert In Joan Sutherland in Concert, the famous soprano performs in the only recorded recital with her husband, Richard Bonynge, as accompanist. Taped at the MacMillan Theatre at the University of Toronto in 1968, Dame Sutherland sings selections in her classical repertoire that ranges from the light to the highly dramatic, demonstrating the extraordinary range of her vocal talents. Selections include Gounod's Serenade, Massenet's O, si les fleurs avaient des yeux, Bononcini's Per la gloria d'adorarvi from Griselda, and Alabiev's The Nightingale. ~ Alice Day, Rovi