Various - Italian Operatic Favourites mp3 album
With these came along a new method of fixing the lines of the recitative, better suited to the various situations that arose from the rich storyline and that was closer to speech, full of parenthetical at the expense of the paratactic style that had so characterized the first Florentine works. Venice: commercial opera. Gluck's reforms have had resonance throughout operatic history. Weber, Mozart and Wagner, in particular, were influenced by his ideals. Mozart, in many ways Gluck's successor, combined a superb sense of drama, harmony, melody, and counterpoint to write a series of comedies, notably The Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, and Così fan tutte (in collaboration with Lorenzo Da Ponte) which remain among the most-loved, popular and well-known operas today.
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Album · 2002 · 20 Songs. PANDA CLASSICS - Issue No. 4: Toon Time. Vocal and Orchestral Music - Reyer, E. - Symanowsky, K. - Cornelius, P. - Beethoven, L. Van - Gluck, . Breezes From the Orient, Vol. 2.
Title: ITALIAN OPERATIC CHORUSES - Various Artists. Format: CD. Condition: New. Sub Genre: Classical.
Operatic pop or popera is a subgenre of pop music that is performed in an operatic singing style or a song, theme or motif from classical music stylized as pop. According to music historians, operatic pop songs became most prevalent with the rise of Tin Pan Alley musicians during the early 1900s. One influence was the large influx of Italian immigrants to the United States who popularized singers such as Enrico Caruso and inspired the creation of "novelty songs" using Italian dialect.
Pearl Fishers and Other Famous Operatic Duets. The selection takes in music by some of the great Italian masters of opera, including Verdi, Puccini and Donizetti, as well as Geor. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist - Artist (Sample).
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|A1||–Orchestra* And Chorus Of The Opera House, Rome*||Brindisi "Libiamo, Libiamo" From "La Traviata" (Piave) Act I
Chorus Master – Giuseppe ConcaComposed By – Verdi*Conductor – Tullio SerafinSoprano Vocals – Victoria De Los AngelesTenor Vocals – Carlo Del Monte
|A2||–Orchestra Of The Opera House, Rome*||La Donna E Mobile From "Rigoletto" (Piave) Act 3
Composed By – Verdi*Conductor – Francesco Molinari Pradelli*Tenor Vocals – Nicolai Gedda
|A3||–Philharmonia Orchestra||Una Voce Poca Fa From "The Barber Of Seville" (Sterbini) Act 1
Composed By – Rossini*Conductor – Colin Davis*Soprano Vocals – Anna Moffo
|A4||–Orchestra Of The Opera House, Rome*||Che Gelida Manina From "La Bohème" (Giacoso & Illica) Act 1
Composed By – Puccini*Conductor – Gabriele Santini Tenor Vocals – Giuseppe Campora
|A5||–Orchestra* And Chorus Of The Opera House, Rome*||Gualtier Maldè!...Caro Nome From "Rigoletto" (Piave) Act 1
Chorus Master – Gianni LazzariComposed By – Verdi*Conductor – Francesco Molinari Pradelli*Soprano Vocals – Reri Grist
|A6||–Orchestra* And Chorus Of The Royal Opera House, Covent Garden||Vedi! Le Fosche (Anvil Chorus) From "Il Trovatore" (Cammarano) Act 2
Chorus Master – Douglas RobinsonComposed By – Verdi*Conductor – Lamberto Gardelli
|A7||–Orchestra* And Chorus Of The Opera House, Rome*||Il Balen...Qual Suono! From "Il Trovatore" (Cammarano) Act 2
Baritone Vocals – Robert MerrillComposed By – Verdi*Conductor – Thomas Schippers
|B1||–Royal Philharmonic Orchestra*||Vissi D'arte From "Tosca" (Illica & Giacosa) Act 2
Composed By – Puccini*Conductor – Anatole FistoulariSoprano Vocals – Floriana Cavalli
|B2||–Orchestra Of The Opera House, Rome*||Di Provenza Il Mar From "La Traviata" (Piave) Act 2
Baritone Vocals – Mario SereniComposed By – Verdi*Conductor – Tullio Serafin
|B3||–Philharmonia Orchestra||Voi Che Sapete From "The Marriage Of Figaro" (Da Ponte) Act 2
Composed By – Mozart*Conductor – Alceo GallieraSoprano Vocals – Anna Moffo
|B4||–Royal Opera House Orchestra, Covent Garden*||Se Quel Guerrier...Celeste Aïda From "Aïda" (Ghislanzoni) Act 1
Composed By – Verdi*Conductor – Giuseppe Patané*Tenor Vocals – Nicolai Gedda
|B5||–Orchestra Of The Opera House, Rome*||Un Bel Di Vedremo From "Madama Butterfly" (Illica & Giacosa) Act 2
Composed By – Puccini*Conductor – Gabriele Santini Soprano Vocals – Victoria De Los Angeles
|B6||–||Cielo E Mar! From "La Gioconda" (Boïto) Act 2
Composed By – Ponchielli*Conductor – Franco FerrarisTenor Vocals – Franco Corelli
|B7||–Philharmonia Orchestra||Ardon Gl'incensi (Mad Scene) From "Lucia Di Lammermoor" (Cammarano) Act 3
Composed By – Donizetti*Conductor – Colin Davis*Soprano Vocals – Anna Moffo
- Liner Notes – Noël Goodwin
NotesThe main artist for track B6 says only "Orchestra" so cannot be fully attributed.
On the rear sleeve, track B4 erroneously says "...From Äida..." but it is spelt correctly on the label.
© Notes by EMI Records Limited, 1989
℗ The copyright in these sound recordings is owned by EMI Records Limited
This compilation ℗ 1986 by EMI Records (Music For Pleasure)
Digitally remastered at Abbey Road Studios, London – May 1989
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