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Giacomo Lauri-Volpi - Giacomo Lauri-Volpi flac album

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Performer: Giacomo Lauri-Volpi
Title: Giacomo Lauri-Volpi
Style: Opera
Category: Classical
Rating: 4.2 ✦
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Lush Lyrical Sensual Wintry. Giacomo Lauri-Volpi, Alberto Paoletti. Giacomo Puccini: La Bohème.

Giacomo Lauri-Volpi (11 December 1892 – 17 March 1979) was an Italian tenor with a lyric-dramatic voice of exceptional range and technical facility. He performed throughout Europe and the Americas in a top-class career that spanned 40 years. Career and assessment. Recordings and writings.

Giacomo Lauri-Volpi Jacques Offenbach Orchestra and Chorus of the Metropolitan Opera. 15. Carmen: La fleur que tu m'avais jetée (Recorded 1930).

Lauri-Volpi first appeared at the Metropolitan Opera on January 26, 1923, as the Duke, opening a decade-long relationship with that house singing, among other roles, the first American performance of Rodolfo in Verdi's Luisa Miller. He sang in the November 16, 1926, American premiere of Turandot, Calaf being a perfect match for his firm legato and brilliant top notes. Apparent fee problems kept Lauri-Volpi away from London until 1936, when he returned as the Duke in Rigoletto and refused, perhaps because of a tepid reception, to take even a single curtain call. As Radames and Cavaradossi, the tenor had better fortune, being well-received in both roles and, in the latter, showing his ability to out-sing a too-loud orchestra.

L'amico Nikola Stojcheski Tenor (Opéra de Lille, Makedonska Opera), ha omaggiato la figura di Giacomo Lauri-Volpi cantando l'ultima parte della gelida manina. La Bohéme era uno dei grandi cavalli di battaglia del celebre tenore. Giacomo Lauri-Volpi (11 December 1892 – 17 March 1979) was an Italian tenor with a lyric-dramatic voice of exceptional range and technical facility. Born in Lanuvio, Italy, he was orphaned at the age of 11.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 L'Africana: Atto IV. "O Paradiso"
Music By – Giacomo Meyerbeer
A2 Andrea Chenier: Atto I. "Un Dì All'azzurro Spazio"
Music By – Umberto Giordano
A3 Manon Lescaut: Atto III. "No! Pazzo Son..."
Music By – Giacomo Puccini
A4 Luisa Miller: Atto III. "Quando Le Sere Al Placido"
Music By – Giuseppe Verdi
A5 Turandot: Atto III. "Nessun Dorma"
Music By – Giacomo Puccini
A6 Madama Butterfly: Atto III. "Addio Fiorito Asil"
Music By – Giacomo Puccini
B1 Tosca: Atto I. "Recondita Armonia"
Music By – Giacomo Puccini
B2 Tosca: Atto III. "E Lucevan Le Stelle"
Music By – Giacomo Puccini
B3 La Gioconda: Atto III. "Cielo E Mar"
Music By – Amilcare Ponchielli
B4 Il trovatore: Atto III. "Di Quella Pira"
Music By – Giuseppe Verdi
B5 La fanciulla del West: Atto III. "Ch'ella Mi Creda"
Music By – Giacomo Puccini
B6 Rigoletto: Atto II. "Ella Mi Fu Rapita... Parmi Veder Le Lacrime"
Music By – Giuseppe Verdi
B7 Rigoletto: Atto III. "La Donna E' Mobile"
Music By – Giuseppe Verdi

Notes

Contains recordings drom 1934,1941, 1942, 1943, 1946, 1948.

Release date probably late ''70's or 1980, bases on a letter I found in the sleeve from EMI to the first owner about the record. Letter is dated October 6th 1980.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: Side A: 00738-M-A 2X BA 928-1 23.12.66
  • Matrix / Runout: Side B: 00738-M-A 2X BA 929-1 B 23.12.66
  • Rights Society: S.I.A.E. - D.P.