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Title: Ten Sopranos / Ten Arias
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Composed By – Gounod Conductor – André CluytensOrchestra – Orchestra Of The Théâtre National De L'Opera Soprano Vocals – Victoria De Los Angeles. A2. Manon Lescaut: Act IV: Sola, Perduta, Abbandonata. Composed By – Puccini Conductor – Jonel PerleaOrchestra – Rome Opera House Orchestra Soprano Vocals – Licia Albanese. A3. La Forza Del Destino: Act IV: Pace, Pace, Mio Dio. Composed By – Verdi Conductor – Renato CelliniOrchestra – RCA Victor Orchestra Soprano Vocals – Zinka Milanov.
Albanese, Bori, De Los Angeles, Flagstad, Galli-Curci, Lehmann, Milanov, Ponselle, Rethberg, Traubel - Ten Sopranos, Ten Arias. Albanese - Ten Sopranos, Ten Arias MP3 version. 1806 downloads at 21 mb/s . Composed By – Gounod Conductor – André CluytensOrchestra – Orchestra Of The Théâtre National De L'Opera Soprano Vocals – Victoria De Los Angeles.
Amelita Galli-Curci (18 November 1882 – 26 November 1963) was an Italian coloratura soprano. She was one of the most popular operatic singers of the 20th century, with her recordings selling in large numbers. She was born as Amelita Galli into an upper-middle-class family in Milan, where she studied piano at the Milan Conservatory, winning a gold medal and at the age of 16 was offered a professorship. She was inspired to sing by her grandmother.
Amelita Galli-Curci (1882-1963) as Lucia as Violetta as Gilda again as Gilda again as Gilda as Rosina in costume wearing pearls wearing pearls smiling, different earrings same earrings studio portrait studio portrait playing golf and stunning, on a sofa sample of her voice (old audio promo). Alma Gluck (1884-1938). Rosa Ponselle (1897-1981) a bit older and a bit more sophisticated at the NBC Radio microphone, 1936 with pearls and a turban dramatic in black and pearls long, fringed cape in hat and gloves, leaning on a fur piece outdoors, wearing black on a sofa as Violetta in La Traviata, 1931 again as Violetta again as Violetta again as Violetta as La.
Conchita Supervia, Victoria de los Angeles, Montserrat Caballe, Placido Domingo and many others. The greatest sopranos of the 20th century are, in my opinion, Rosa Ponselle, Lotte Lehmann Kirsten Flagstad, Zinka Milanov, Birgit Nilsson, Joan Sutherland,, Leontyne Price, Montserrat Caballe', Renata Tebaldi, and without a doubt, the legendary Maria Callas, whose artistic intelligence and voice of many colors has made her THE supreme opera diva of the Twentieth Century.
In April 1935, Gatti stepped down after 27 years as general manager. Zinka Milanov, Jussi Björling, and Alexander Kipnis were first heard at the Met under Johnson's management.
On and on it goes: Ponselle, Bori, Swarthout, Moore, Galli-Curci, Jeritza, Novotna, Stevens, Pons, Rethberg, Bampton, Leider, Muzio, Lehmann, Flagstad, Lawrence, Jepson, Easton, Traubel, Sayao, Dusolina Giannini, Castagna, Cigna, Tourel, Thorborg, Milanov. The ratio of divas to divos, I would estimate, was then approximately what it is now, at least 2 to 1 and probably much higher.
Ponselle's live recordings also include many songs and arias from her radio concerts. Finally, there are private recordings made at the Villa Pace of Ponselle singing various songs and arias accompanying herself on the piano, some of which are items she never recorded elsewhere. There is a particularly moving and very freely rendered performance of the aria "Senza Mamma" from Suor Angelica.
Lilli Lehmann: Lilli Lehmann. Sopranos of the Bayreuth school: Sophie Sedlmair, Pelagie Greef-Andriessen, Hatharina Senger-Bettaque, Ellen Gulbranson, Thila Plaichinger, Anna Bahr-Mildenburg, Katharine Fleischer-Edel, Felice Kaschowska, Lucie Weidt. Gadski and Destinn: Johanna Gadski, Emmy Destinn. Contraltos: Marianne Brandt, Ernestine Schumann-Heink, Rosa Olitzka, Edyth Walker, Margarete Matzenauer. Galli-Curci and the 'Coloraturas': Amelita Galli-Curci (1882–1963), Maria Barrientos (1883-I946), Graziella Pareto (1889–1975), Elvira de Hidalgo (1892–1980), Lucrezia Bori (1887–1960). Italian Contraltos: Gabriella Besanzoni (1890–1962), Fanny Anitùa (1887–1968), Luisa Bertana (1898–1933). Lyric Tenors: Tito Schipa (1889–1965), Fernando Carpi (1876–1959)
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|A1||Faust: Act III: Jewel Song
Composed By – Gounod*Conductor – André CluytensOrchestra – Orchestra Of The Théâtre National De L'Opera*Soprano Vocals – Victoria De Los Angeles
|A2||Manon Lescaut: Act IV: Sola, Perduta, Abbandonata
Composed By – Puccini*Conductor – Jonel PerleaOrchestra – Rome Opera House Orchestra*Soprano Vocals – Licia Albanese
|A3||La Forza Del Destino: Act IV: Pace, Pace, Mio Dio
Composed By – Verdi*Conductor – Renato CelliniOrchestra – RCA Victor Orchestra*Soprano Vocals – Zinka Milanov
|A4||Tristan Und Isolde: Act III: Liebestod
Composed By – Wagner*Conductor – Wilhelm FurtwänglerOrchestra – Philharmonia OrchestraSoprano Vocals – Kirsten Flagstad
|A5||Die Walküre: Act I: Du Bist Der Lenz
Composed By – Wagner*Conductor – Frieder WeissmannOrchestra – RCA Victor Orchestra*Soprano Vocals – Helen Traubel
|B1||The Marriage Of Figaro: Act III: Dove Sono
Composed By – Mozart*Conductor – Bruno ReiboldOrchestra – RCA Victor Orchestra*Soprano Vocals – Elisabeth Rethberg
|B2||Norma: Act I: Casta Diva
Chorus – Metropolitan Opera ChorusComposed By – Bellini*Conductor – Giulio SettiOrchestra – Metropolitan Opera Orchestra*Soprano Vocals – Rosa Ponselle
|B3||La Bohème: Act I: Mi Chiamano Mimì
Composed By – Puccini*Soprano Vocals – Lucrezia Bori
|B4||La Traviata: Act I: Sempre Libera
Composed By – Verdi*Soprano Vocals – Amelita Galli-Curci
|B5||Die Walküre: Act I: Der Männer Sippe
Composed By – Wagner*Conductor – Bruno WalterOrchestra – Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra*Soprano Vocals – Lotte Lehmann
- Liner Notes – Francis Robinson