Gems From Traviata—Part 1 - Victor Opera Company - Gems From ;Traviata; (Shellac)

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  2. Jun 21,  · From the Victor Opera Company, on a Victor "batwing" record label, this is "Gems From Cavalleria Rusticana," an opera piece full of sopranos and tenors, and backed by a full orchestra. Played on a.
  3. Gilbert-Sullivan Pirates of Penzance 10 Victor Records 12" Shellac. $ $ shipping. GEM ROMBERG OPERETTAS 5 x 12" 78s SHILKRET Victor DC NM EX Victor Light Opera. $ $ shipping. Watch. FRANCK Sym. D Minor BEECHAM London Phil. Orch. 5 x 12" 78s Columbia Set M NM Tschaikowsky Romeo and Juliet Overture Boston.
  4. Sep 30,  · "Gems from RIGOLETTO" by Giuseppe Verdi (sung in English) recorded May 27, at Camden, New Jersey. Performed by the Victor Light Opera Company: Olive Kline (soprano) Lucy Isabelle Marsh.
  5. A Houston Grand Opera Study Guide. La traviata. An opera in three acts, sung in Italian. Music by Giuseppe Verdi (–) | Libretto by Francesco Maria Piave (–76) Premiere: Venice, Teatro La Fenice,
  6. LA TRAVIATA - Verdi (Part 1 of 2)Presented by the Dublin Grand Opera Society in December at the Gaiety Theatre, DublinSuzanne Murphy - Violetta Berardino.
  7. Gems from La traviata. Other Title(s) Traviata. Selections (Uniform title) Chorus of matadors ; May he be spared the anguish (Conosca il sacrifizio); Farewell to the bright visions (Addio) ; Far from gay Paris (Parigi o cara) ; Finale (Medley contents) Part 2 (Title part) Vocal group. Victor Opera Company. Composer. Giuseppe Verdi. Conductor.
  8. La traviata (Italian pronunciation: [la traˈvjaːta]; The Fallen Woman) is an opera in three acts by Giuseppe Verdi set to an Italian libretto by Francesco Maria foramehaterredelnonetvefofe.coinfo is based on La Dame aux camélias (), a play adapted from the novel by Alexandre Dumas foramehaterredelnonetvefofe.coinfo opera was originally titled Violetta, after the main foramehaterredelnonetvefofe.coinfo was first performed on 6 March at La .

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