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Title
L'Orfeo
Type
Audio
Genre Form
operas
songs
sound recording
Language
Italian
sung or spoken text (ita)
sung or spoken text (lat)
sung or spoken text (fre)
sung or spoken text (ger)
accompanying material (eng)
The opera sung in Italian; the Rarities in Latin, Italian, French and German
Identified By
Lccn: 2008573674
Table Of Contents
Rarities: Mass in B minor. Et in Spiritum Sanctum / Johann Sebastian Bach (Wiener Philharmoniker ; Herbert von Karajan, conductor : Aug. 20, 1961, Salzburg)
Le Nozze di Figaro. Vedró giá vinta la causa! / Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (Orchestra of the Metropolitan Opera ; Joseph Rosenstock, conductor : Jan. 21, 1965, New York)
Don Giovanni. Finch' han dal vino ; Deh, vieni alla finestra / Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (Orchestra ; Reinhard Peters, conductor : May 19, 1967, Lausanne)
Don Quichotte á Dulcinée / Maurice Ravel (Boston Symphony Orchestra ; Charler Munch, conductor : Boston, 1961)
Poéme de l'amour et de mer / Ernest Chausson ( The Little Orchestra Society ; Thomas Scherman, conductor : 1961)
Kindertotenlieder / Gustav Mahler (National Symphony Orchestra ; John Hopkins, conductor : July 18, 1959, Wellington).
Capture
Recorded Sept. 29, 1960 at New York City Center Opera.
Authorized Access Point
Monteverdi, Claudio, 1567-1643. Orfeo
Authorized Access Point Variant
Souzay, Gérard, 1918-2004. Orfeo
Raskin, Judith. Orfeo
Yarick, Doris. Orfeo
Sarfaty, Regina. Orfeo
Clements, Joy, 1932-2005. Orfeo
Hopkins, John, 1927-2013. Orfeo
Scherman, Thomas. Orfeo
Munch, Charles, 1891-1968. Orfeo
Peters, Reinhard. Orfeo
Rosenstock, Joseph, 1895-1985. Orfeo
Karajan, Herbert von. Orfeo
Wiener Philharmoniker. Orfeo
Metropolitan Opera (New York, N.Y.). Orchestra. Orfeo
Boston Symphony Orchestra. Orfeo
Little Orchestra Society. Orfeo
National Orchestra of the NZBS. Orfeo