6. Si, mi chiamano Mimi. 7. Quando men vo soletta. 9. Geschichten aus dem Wienerwald (Tales from the Vienna Woods), waltz for orchestra, Op. 325 (RV 325). La Traviata, opera Sempre libre.
Lucrezia Bori: The Victor Recordings, 1925-1928. 6.
Lucrezia Bori (24 December 1887 – 14 May 1960) was a Spanish operatic singer, a lyric soprano and a tireless and effective fundraiser for the Metropolitan Opera. Lucrezia Bori was born on December 24, 1887, in Valencia, Spain. Her real name was Lucrecia Borja y González de Riancho. Her father was an officer in the Spanish army. Her family were descended from the influential family of the Italian Renaissance, the House of Borgia and she herself was named after her ancestor, Lucrezia Borgia.
Album · 2007 · 23 Songs. La Traviata: Addio del Passato. Lucrezia Bori & Walter B. Rogers. 4. La Boheme: Mi Chiamano Mimi. 5. Nina Pancha: Habanera. 8. I Hear You Calling Me. Rigoletto: Bella Figlia Dell'Amore. 10. La Boheme: O Soave Fanciulla. 11. La Traviata: Parigi, O Cara, Noi Lascieremo.
Lucrezia Bori, The Victor Recordings, Vol. 1 (1914 - 1925 Recordings). Victor Orchestra, Lucrezia Bori, Walter B. Rogers, Josef Pasternack. The Victor Recordings, Vol. 2 (1914 - 1925 Recordings). Rosario Bourdon, Lucrezia Bori, Josef Pasternack, Nat Shillkrit. Prima Voce: Lucrezia Bori In Opera & Song.
By Josef Pasternack, Walter B. Rogers, Lucrezia Bori. Lucrezia Bori, The Victor Recordings, Vol. Released by Classical Moments Nov 2007 23 Tracks.
Josef Pasternack Conductor. Alexander Konstantinovich Glazunov Composer. Josef Pasternack Conductor. Until Romophone brought out the complete run of her Victor recordings, Bori looked like becoming the forgotten prima donna. Vol. 1 (3/96) was welcomed in these pages as reintroducing one of the most adorable and fascinating of singers on records, and its successor now follows her from the heyday of her career to the time of her last recordings, some 18 months after her official retirement.