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Treasured Pre-War Performances
Vina Bovy, Kerstin Thorborg, Jan Peerce, Ezio Pinza
NBC Symphony Orchestra, Arturo Toscanini
... the 1938 account [of the beethoven 9th] has distinguished soloists (probably the best Toscanini had for this work at NBC); its two final movements and its demonic second movement are very... — More…
Jan Peerce (Riccardo), Robert Merrill (Renato), Antonietta Stella (Amelia), Jean Madeira (Ulrica), Laurel Hurley (Oscar), George Cehanovsky (Silvano), Nicola Moscona (Sam) & Norman Scott (Tom)
Orchestra and Chorus Metropolitan Opera, Thomas Schippers
Cesare Siepi (Don Giovanni), Eleanor Steber (Donna Anna), Jan Peerce (Don Ottavio), Lisa Della Casa (Donna Elvira), Fernando Corena (Leporello), Giorgio Tozzi (Il Commendatore), Theodor Uppmann (Masetto), Roberta Peters (Zerlina)
Orchestra and Chorus of the Metropolitan Opera, Karl Böhm
Zinka Milanov, Jussi Björling, Fedora Barbieri, Leonard Warren, Boris Christoff, Plinio Clabassi, Mario Carlin & Bruna Rizzoli, Zinka Milanov and Marian Andersen
Rome Opera House Chorus and Orchestra & Giuseppe Conca, Jonel Perlea, Dimitri Mitropoulos
Grace Moore (Tosca), Jan Peerce (Cavaradossi), Lawrence Tibbett (Scarpia), Lorenzo Alvary (Angelotti), Salvatore Baccaloni (Sacristan), Alessio de Paolis (Spoletta) & George Cehanovsky (Sciarrone)
Orchestra & Chorus of the Metropolitan Opera, Cesare Sodero
Historic telecast of January 30, 1956, hosted by Charles Laughton.
Leonard Warren, Jan Peerce, Isaac Stern, Zinka Milanov, Roberta Peters, Blanche Theborn, Mildred Miller, Gregor Piatigorsky, Marian Anderson, Rise Stevens, Renata Tebaldi, Jussi Bjoerling and Arthur Rubinstein.
Showcase Symphony Orchestra, Max Rudolf