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Concert performances of operas can fail to make an impact, lacking the dramatic intensity a successful stage performance brings. Here though, Nelsons galvanises a near-perfect cast into one of the most successful performances on record. In tremendous voice, Opolais captures the complexity of Angelica’s situation, and Braun – a fine Wagnerian – is both imperious and identifiably human.

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