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Various - Celebrated Italian Operatic Singers Album
Performer: Various
Title: Celebrated Italian Operatic Singers
Style: Opera
Year 1988
Country Czechoslovakia
Label Supraphon
Catalog Number 10 0149-1601, SUA 10805
Genre: Classical
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 764
MP3 size: 2598 mb
FLAC size: 1436 mb
WMA size: 2023 mb
Record From: Vinyl, LP, Repress, Mono

Various - Celebrated Italian Operatic Singers Album


1Beniamino GigliManon Lescaut Donna Non Vidi Mai (Des Grieux 1st Act)
Composed By – Giacomo Puccini
2Tito SchipaLa Favorita Una Virgine Un Angel Di Dio (Fernando 1st Act)
Composed By – Gaetano Donizetti
3Dusolina GianniniLa Forza Del Destino Pace Pace Mio Dio (Leonara 4th Act)
Composed By – Giuseppe Verdi
4Toti Dal MonteLucia Di Lammermoor Ardon Gl'incensi (Lucia 2nd Act)
Composed By – Gaetano Donizetti
5Aureliano PertileAndrea Chènier Come Un Bel Di Di Maggio
Composed By – Umberto Giordano
6Mattia BattistiniUn Ballo In Maschera Eri Tu Che Macchiavi (Renato 3th Act)
Composed By – Giuseppe Verdi
7Amelita Galli-CurciIl Barbiere Di Seviglia Una Voce Paca Fa (Rosina 1st Act)
Composed By – Gioacchino Rossini
8Ezio PinzaIl Flauto Magico Possenti Numi (Sarastra 2nd Act)
Composed By – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
9Aureliano PertileGiaconda Cielo E Mar! (Enzo 2nd Act)
Composed By – Umberto Giordano
10Titta RuffoIl Barbiere Di Seviglia Largo Al Factotum (Fiagaro 1st Act)
Composed By – Gioacchino Rossini
11Beniamino GigliTosca Recondita Armonia (Cavaradossi 1st Act)
Composed By – Giacomo Puccini
12Apollo GranforteZaza Buona Zaza Del Mio Buon Tempo (Cascart 2nd Act)
Composed By – Ruggiero Leoncavallo


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SUA 10805Various Celebrated Italian Singers ‎(LP)SupraphonSUA 10805Czechoslovakia1967
SUA 10805Various Celebrated Italian Singers ‎(LP)SupraphonSUA 10805New Zealand1967
042 0106Various Slavní Italští Pěvci Počátku 20.Století ‎(LP, Mono, Club, Ltd)Supraphon, Gramofonový Klub042 0106Czechoslovakia1967


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