Dame Nellie Melba An Historic Recording (LP, Album, Mono). Luisa Tetrazzini (1871-1940) (LP, Comp, Mono). John McCormack (Comp).
Dame Nellie Melba An Historic Recording (LP, Album, Mono).
His dramatic performance of Boris Gudunov's "Clock Scene" is one of pure brilliance. It's hard to believe the NELLIE MELBA track is over 100 years old! CLAUDIA MUZIO's "Cavalleria" aria in a sense commemorates her Met finale. SIDE TWO Claudia Muzio: Voi lo sapete (Cavalleria Rusticana, Mascagni) - 1934 Tito Shipa: Ah! dispar, vision (Manon, Massenet) - 1934 Maggie Teyte: Beau soir (Debussy) - 1944 Frida Leider & Lauritz Melchoir: Love Duet, excerpt (Tristan und Isolde, Wagner) - 1929 Enrico Caruso: Questa o quella (Rigoletto, Verdi) - 1902.
with Enrico Caruso, Beniamino Gigli, Amelita Galli-Curci. Nimbus have performed a notable service in its Prima Voce series in a 70-minute programme devoted to the great baritone Giuseppe de Luca. - The Belfast Telegraph Mor. atalogue No: NI7815.
Rigoletto: La Donna E Mobile - John McCormack. 4. Aida: Celeste Aida - John McCormack. 5. Carmen: Flower Song - John McCormack. 6. God Save Ireland - John McCormack. 8. Marriage of Figaro: Voi Che Sapete - Nellie Melba. 9. Home Sweet Home - Nellie Melba. 10. Marriage of Figaro: Porgi Amor - Nellie Melba. 11. Rigoletto: Caro Nome - Luisa Tetrazzini. 12. Lucia Di Lammermoor: Mad Scene - Luisa Tetrazzini. 13. Carnival of Venice - Luisa Tetrazzini. Listen to Great Voices now. Listen to Great Voices in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
Journet died in Vittel, of kidney failure, aged 66. He possessed a beautiful, cultured voice and a fine technique-hitting the absolute peak of his powers as a singer and an actor during the 1915-1925 period, during which time he became La Scala's principal bass.
Nonetheless, no such compilation can ever be exhaustive in scope, and the project has been criticised from time to time since its initial release for overlooking a few important singers who, while largely forgotten today, were highly talented performers who once enjoyed substantial careers and made records of enduring artistic merit.
Great Singers: Nellie Melba (1907). Nellie Melba - London Recordings. Nellie Melba - Paris and London Recordings. Nellie Melba - London and Middlesex Recordings.