Giuseppe Verdi – Il Trovatore. Label: EMI – 153 03024/25 M. Series: Discoteca Classica –. Format: 2 Vinyl, LP, Mono. Conductor – Lorenzo Molajoli. Mezzo-soprano Vocals – Giuseppina Zinetti, Ida Mannarini. Orchestra – Orchestra Sinfonica Di Milano. Soprano Vocals – Bianca Scacciati. Tenor Vocals – Emilio Venturini, Francesco Merli. Recorded Teatro alla Scala 1952/53. Le Trouvère (6xShellac, 12", Album). Pathé, Pathé, Pathé, Pathé, Pathé, Pathé. Pdt 1, pdt 2, pdt 3, pdt 4, pdt 5, pdt 6. France.
Composed By – Giuseppe Verdi. Total playing time 2 CDs 2:30:09, CD 1 72:28, CD 2 77:41 Recorded on 28 sides by Italian Columbia, 10-23 May 1930. on Matrices WBX 874-894, WBX 896-901, Catalogue GQX 10047/60 (jewel case, rear insert) cover image: Stage design for 'Il Trovatore' by Vittorio Rota, 1882-86 (private.
Lorenzo Molajoli, conductor. Recorded in Milan in 1930 by the Columbia Graphophone Company and originally issued on Columbia GQX 10069-10073. released January 21, 2013.
Album: Great Opera Singers, Baritone Arias, 1926 - 1930. Download Carlo Galeffi, Lorenzo Molajoli, Members of La Scala Orchestra, Джузеппе Верди - Il Trovatore: Udiste Mira, d'acerbe lagrime.
Trovatore; איל טרובטורה; הטרובאדור; Le Trouvere; Le Trouvère; El trovador de Verdi; Der Troubadour; トロヴァトーレ; 吟遊詩人; Τροβαδούρος; O Trovador; อิลโตรวาโตเร; Coro di zingar; The Troubadour; Anvil Chorus; El trobador. I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat.
Lorenzo Molajoli (1868 - 4 April 1939) was an Italian opera conductor who was active in recording during the 1920s and 1930s. The facts surrounding Molajoli's career are obscure. He was born in Rome in 1868 and studied there at the Accademia di Santa Cecilia. His career began in 1891, and it would appear that much of his career prior to the First World War was spent in both North and South America, South Africa and various provincial Italian opera houses.
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Lorenzo Molajoli (conductor) Recorded on 28 sides by Italian Columbia 10-23 September 1930 Appendix: Selected recordings by Bianca Scacciati VERDI: I Lombardi with Francesco Merli (tenor) and Nazzareno de Angelis (bass) 9 December 1931 MARCHETTI: Ruy Blas with Francesco Merli (tenor) 20-21 February 1929 GOMES: Il Guarany with Francesco Merli (tenor) 26 February 1929 CATALANI : Loreley with Francesco Merli (tenor) 21. .One of several striking features of listening to this pre-war disc is the impeccable diction of the singing. Il Trovatore, with its convoluted plot the unravelling of which will not be attempted here, gets to the heart of the matter with barely a prelude from the (slightly distant) orchestra followed by Ferrando’s narrative to the chorus laying out the scenario.
Listen to music from Lorenzo Molajoli. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Lorenzo Molajoli. Paperback Opera: Il Trovatore GA 1930. 22 tracks · 11 July 2010.