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Browse: Berlioz - Merci, doux crépuscule! (from La Damnation de Faust, Op. 24)

Composer: Hector Berlioz (1803–69)Genres: Opera » Opera Arias
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  • Roberto Alagna (tenor)

    Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Bertrand de Billy

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  • A selection of vocal music from the first fifty years or so of recording

    Edmond Clément, Berthe Auguez de Montalant, Pol Plançon, Maurice Renaud, Giovanni Malipiero, Germaine Martinelli, Emilio de Gogorza, Giorgina Caprile, Giuseppe Krismer, Giovanni Zenatello, Georges Thill, Louis Morturier, Jean Planel, Georgette Frozier-Marrot, Ella Tordek & Luise Höfer

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  • Andrew Kennedy (tenor)

    The Southbank Sinfonia, Simon Over

    His voice has grown in strength, well beyond the stereotypical 'English tenor' bleat...he has acquired a clarion ring at the top that equips him for Tamino, and bravura roles like Gluck's Achilles.... More…

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  • Giovanni Malipiero (tenor), Florica Cristoforeanu (soprano)

    Orchestra Sinfonica della EIAR, Orchestra del Teatro alla Scala di Milano, Umberto Berrettoni, Ugo Tansini, Franco Ghione, Angelo Albergoni

    No digital booklet included

  • Roberto Alagna (tenor)

    ...Alagna’s singing is passionate, endearing, full-voiced and very musical. Plus he is courageous and talented enough to follow Verdi’s markings in the ‘pppp’ ending of the aria ‘Celeste Aida’.... More…

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  • Evgeny Kissin (piano), Daniil Trifonov (piano), Jan Lisiecki (piano), Sergei Babayan (piano), Adrian Brendel, Gautier Capuçon, Lionel Cottet, Amanda Forsyth, Clemens Hagen, Mischa Maisky, Istvan Várdai, Kyril Zlotnikov (cellos), Martha Argerich (piano), Ingela Brimberg (Leonore), Charles Castronovo...

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