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Giuseppe Verdi - Rigoletto IV Album
Classical
Performer: Giuseppe Verdi
Title: Rigoletto IV
Style: Opera
Year 1967
Country Italy
Label Fratelli Fabbri Editori
Catalog Number iGMsc-086
Genre: Classical
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 934
MP3 size: 2469 mb
FLAC size: 1039 mb
WMA size: 2304 mb
Record From: Vinyl, 10", 33 ⅓ RPM, Album, with book

Giuseppe Verdi - Rigoletto IV Album

Tracklist

1N. 2, In Solitaria Stanza
2Atto III – Dalla Scena V (II Parte) Alla Fine
3Sei Romanze Da Camera, Per Canto E Pianoforte
4Rigoletto (Melodramma In Tre Atti, Libretto di Francesco Maria Piave) Atto III – Dalla Scena V (II Parte) Alla Fine: Scena, Terzetto E Tempesta ≪ Somiglia Un Apollo Quel Giovine ≫ - Scena E Duetto Finale ≪ V'ho Ingannato!...Colpevole Fui ≫
5N. 5, Il Mistero
6N. 4, Lo Spazzacamino
7N. 3, Deh, Pietoso, Oh Addolorata
8N. 6, Brindisi
9N. 1, More, Elisa, Io Stanco Poeta

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
BDGM 20Giuseppe Verdi Rigoletto ∙ Gesamtaufnahme - Giuseppe Verdi 1. Serie In 4 Folgen ∙ Band IV ‎(10")BasteiBDGM 20GermanyUnknown

Credits

  • Baritone VocalsTeodoro Rovetta (tracks: B1 > B6)
  • Composed ByGiuseppe Verdi
  • Directed ByFranco Patané (tracks: A)
  • OrchestraOrchestra E Coro Del Teatro Dell'Opera Di Napoli (tracks: A)
  • PianoRemo Gelmini (tracks: B1 > B6)

Notes

Gatefold cover with attached picture/info pages,as a part of a greater composer's collection.
Italian texts.
Settimanale, Anno II, N. 86 - 12 Luglio 1967
Fabbricato nei stabilimenti Phonogram.
L. 480.

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout area side A): IGM SC 086 A 058 1 670 724 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout area side B): IGM SC 086 B 058 1 670 724 1
  • Other (Dominio Pubblico - Public Domain): D.P.

Companies

  • Copyright (c) – Fratelli Fabbri Editori

Album

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