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Live from Lincoln Center - 1976 Luciano Pavarotti and Dame Joan Sutherland in Recital 4-5 was released on:

USA: 22 January 1979

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Live from Lincoln Center - 1976 New York City Opera The Merry Widow 21-2 was released on:

USA: 27 March 1996

USA: 27 March 1996

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Live from the Metropolitan Opera - 1977 Manon Lescaut 4-7 was released on:

USA: 29 March 1980

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