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Mozart Arias

Soprano Marina Rebeka sings a selection of arias from favoured Mozart operas, including The Magic Flute, The Marriage of Figaro and Don Giovanni.

Track Listing

  • Idomeneo, K. 366: “O Smania! O Furie!”… (Elettra)
  • Idomeneo, K. 366: “D’oreste, D’aiace Ho in Seno I Tormenti” (Elettra)
  • Le Nozze Di Figaro, K. 492: “Porgi, Amor”
  • Die Zauberflote, K 620: “Der Holle Rache” (Queen of the Night)
  • Don Giovanni, K. 727: “Crudele? Ah No, Mio Bene!”… (Donna Anna)
  • Don Giovanni, K. 727: “Non Mi Dir, Bell’idol Mio” (Donna Anna)
  • Don Giovanni, K. 727: “In Quali Eccessi, O Numi!”… (Donna Elvira)
  • Don Giovanni, K 727: “Mi Tradi Quell’alma Ingrata” (Donna Elvira)
  • Le Nozze Di Figaro, K. 492: “E Susanna Non Vien!”… (Countess Almaviva)
  • Le Nozze Di Figaro, K. 492: “Dove Sono I Bei Momenti Di Dolcezza” (Countess Almaviva)
  • Idomeneo, K 366: “Estinto È Idomeneo?” (Elettra)
  • Idomeneo, K. 366: “Tutte Nel Cor VI Sento” (Elettra)
  • Die Zauberflote, K 620: “O Zittre Nicht, Mein Lieber Sohn” (Queen of the Night)

Latvian soprano Marina Rebeka uses her dark, steely sound instrumentally and accurately… [her] singing is impressive.

Opera News

Marina Rebeka’s approach to Mozart’s great soprano arias is just ideal. She gives every phrase time and space to fulfil its emotional potential.

Opera Now

Strong, bright, evenly produced tone, a shapely sense of line and precise coloratura…In the two Queen of the Night arias she unleashes spitfire coloratura to bring the house down…Best of is her Elettra in Idomeneo, sung with an ideal baleful, impassioned grandeur…her debut recital announces a soprano of impressive vocal accomplishment and, at her best, dramatic flair.

Gramophone

Latvian soprano Marina Rebeka is making quite a name for herself…The voice is a full, lovely lyric soprano, without a break from top to bottom, with an unusual upper extension—she sings both Queen of the Night arias on this CD and has little trouble with the heights or the coloratura…definitely a soprano to pay attention to.