Luciano Pavarotti’s legendary outdoor concert “Pavarotti in Hyde Park” will be released on digitally remastered Blu-ray! – TOWER RECORDS ONLINE

Pavarotti’s legendary open-air concert
“Pavarotti in Hyde Park”
Released on digitally remastered Blu-ray!

Signboard singer Luciano Pavarotti of the three major tenors. Not only is he a representative of the 20th century opera world, he has gained worldwide popularity beyond genres, such as co-starring with big popular singers through a wide range of personal connections in numerous charity concerts entitled Pavarotti & Friends. was And this time, Pavarotti’s first outdoor performance, “Pavarotti ~ Hyde Park Concert” held in Hyde Park, London on July 30, 1991, will be digitally remastered and released on Blu-ray Disc. Hyde Park is a park that stretches from Westminster to Kensington in central London.

The concert was held to commemorate the 30th anniversary of Pavarotti’s operatic career, and the British newspaper The Guardian reported, “This is the first time since the Rolling Stones performance in 1969 that a free concert has seen such excitement.”

The program includes famous arias from operas by Verdi and Puccini, his pronoun “No one should sleep”, Neapolitan folk songs “O Sole Mio” and “Go home to Sorrento”, which reminds us of our homeland Italy. Songs that can be enjoyed by men and women of all ages are sung one after another, and the over 120,000 spectators gathered at Hyde Park are wildly enthusiastic about their overwhelming singing ability in the pouring rain. The video also shows Prince Charles and Princess Diana (at that time) enjoying the concert, as well as celebrities from all over the UK, adding to the splendor of the moment.
(King International)

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Import disc (Blu-ray)


Screen: 16:9, 1080i
Audio: PCM stereo, DTS-HD MA5.1
Subtitles: English, German, Korean, Japanese

Domestic specification board (Blu-ray)


Screen: 16:9, 1080i
Audio: PCM stereo, DTS-HD MA5.1
Subtitles: English, German, Korean, Japanese

“Pavarotti in Hyde Park”
Verdi: Overture from the opera “Luisa Miller”
Verdi: Opera “Luisa Miller” ~ “In a calm night”
Verdi: Opera “Nabucco” ~”Go, my thoughts, on golden wings”
Meyerbeer: Opera “African Woman” ~ “Oh, Paradise”
Mascagni: Intermezzo from the opera “Cavalleria Rusticana”
Verdi: Opera “Crusader Lombard” ~ “I want to wrap her in my joy”
Massenet: Opera “Werther” ~ “Spring Breeze, why wake me up”
Leoncavallo: Opera “The Clown” ~ Chorus of Bells “Don, Ding, Don”
Wagner: Opera “Lohengrin” – Wedding Chorus
Puccini: Opera “Tosca” ~ “Strange Harmony”
Puccini: Opera “Tosca” ~ “The stars do not shine”
Bizet/François Borne: Carmen Fantasia
Leoncavallo: Opera “Clown” ~ “Put on your costume”
Verdi: Overture from the opera “Evening Prayer in Sicily”
Bixio: Italian song “Mamma”
Bixio: Italian Lied “My Song to the Wind”
Kurtis: forget-me-not
Puccini: Opera “Manon Lescaut” ~ “Among Beautiful People”, “What a wonderful beauty”
Capua: Oh Sole Mio
Curtis: Go home to Sorrento
Puccini: Opera “Turandot” ~ “No one should sleep”

Luciano Pavarotti (tenor)
Andrea Griminelli (flute)
Leone Magiera (Conductor)
Philharmonia Orchestra
Philharmonia Choir

Hyde Park, July 30, 1991

Director: Christopher Swann
Producer: Andy Ward

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