Lawrence Tibbett WithThe Metropolitan Opera Chorus And Orchestra / Gladys Swarthout With Orchestra Conducted By Alexander Smallens - Carmen download album
- Album: Carmen
- FLAC: 1280 mb | MP3: 1348 mb
- Released: 1944
- Style: Opera
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Lawrence Tibbett With The Metropolitan Opera Chorus, Metropolitan Opera Orchestra. Carmen: Act II Chanson Du Toréador (Toreador Song). B. –Gladys Swarthout.
Alexander Smallens, Helen Jepson, Lawrence Tibbett, Orchestra and Chorus of the New York Production, The Original Porgy & Bess Orchestra, Джордж Гершвин - My Man's Gone Now (Music from "Porgy & Bess") 04:22. Album: Prima Voce: From Broadway to Hollywood. Lawrence Tibbett, Louis Gruenberg, Orchestra Of The Metropolitan Opera, The Metropolitan Opera House Orchestra, Wilfred Pelletier: best 2 tracks. Igor Gorin, Wilfred Pelletier, Модест Петрович Мусоргский - Hopak (Recorded 1938) Igor Gorin in Opera and Song Vol. 1, 2006 03:12.
George Gershwin: Porgy and Bess: Original Cast and Other Early Recordings (Selections, Highights) [A. Members of the Original Broadway Cast, with Eva Jessye Choir and Decca Symphony Orchestra conducted by Alexander Smallens (1940-1942); B. Members of the Original Broadway Cast with Leo Reisman’s Orchestra (1935-1942); C. Highlights performed by Lawrence Tibbett and Helen Jepson; D. Four Selections performed by Paul. Paul Robeson recorded four of the show’s songs for HMV during the 1930s. They remind us of the vibrancy and depth of this sensitive singer. In 1945, Jascha Heifetz arranged and recorded six selections.
Smallens also conducted orchestras for music as part of several documentary films in the late 1930s and early 1940s. He retired from music in 1958 and moved to Sicily. In 1972, Smallens died in Tucson, Arizona and is buried there. In 1924, Smallens was involved in an affair with composer Marc Blitzstein during a trip the two took in Europe; this was the latter's first relationship. Smallens had a son who worked in radio. Selections from Porgy & Bess - Decca ( 8042) as Orchestra Conductor. Toreador Song & Habanera from Carmen - V Disc ( As Orchestra Conductor (1944). Porgy & Bess - Decca ( 9299) as Orchestra Conductor (1956). Sempre Libera - RCA Victor Red Seal ( as Orchestra Conductor. RCA Victor Red Seal ( 14153) as Orchestra Conductor.
By Anonymous & Jacques Wolfe - Lawrence Tibbett, Alexander Smallens & Studio Orchestra. By Howard Hanson - Wilfrid Pelletier, Lawrence Tibbett & Metropolitan Opera Orchestra. 14. Theodora, HWV 68: Act II: Aria: Defend her Heav'n! By George Frideric Handel - Lawrence Tibbett & Studio Orchestra. Studio Chorus, Lawrence Tibbett, Alfred Newman & Studio Orchestra. 35 Songs, 2 Hours 19 Minutes.
Metropolitan Opera Orchestra and Chorus, Tullio Serafin, conductor. Act I, Parts 1-2; Act II, Part 1: Golden Age of Opera: EJS-134A, EJS-134B (2 copies). Act II, Part 2; Acts III-IV: Golden Age of Opera: EJS-134C, EJS-134D (2 copies). Subjects and Indexing Terms. Johnson, Edward, 1878-1959. Serafin, Tullio, 1878-1968. Swarthout, Gladys, 1900-1969. Box 1, Disc 7. Leoncavallo, Ruggiero, 1858-1919. Sung by Lawrence Tibbett and Carol Weiskopf, conducted by Alfred Newman. Columbia (Private Recording): 1378-27, Take S-96, Prod. 1300, "Metrolpolitan" (engraved on disc). Last night, duet 1935. Physical Description: . 78 rpm discs. Chanson du toréador 1935.
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The Metropolitan Opera was founded in 1883, with its first opera house built on Broadway and 39th Street by a group of wealthy businessmen who wanted their own theater. In the 1920s, Lawrence Tibbett became the first in a distinguished line of American baritones for whom the Met was home. He led more than 2,500 Met performances over the course of his four-and-a-half decades with the company.
Side A: Lawrence Tibbett w/ the Metro Opera Chorus and Orch. Side B: Gladys Swarthout w/ Orch. conducted by Alexander Smallens. Anne Brown "summertime" From Original Porgy And Bess (1940). The first is by Helen Jepson with orchestra conducted by Alexander Smallens, recorded for Victor in 1935. The second is by the role's originator recorded for Decca in 1940 with the same conductor Alexander Smallens Social Networks Profiles.
Джордж Гершвин, Lawrence Tibbett, Alexander Smallens, The Original Porgy & Bess Orchestra, Orchestra and Chorus of the New York Production - Where is My Bess? 03:20. Standin' in Need of Prayer (Music from "Emperor Jones") 04:54.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A||–Lawrence Tibbett With The Metropolitan Opera Chorus, Metropolitan Opera Orchestra*||Carmen: Act II Chanson Du Toréador (Toreador Song)
Written-By – Bizet*
|B||–Gladys Swarthout||Carmen: Act I Habañera
Conductor – Alexander SmallensWritten-By – Bizet*
NotesSide A - Operatic ["I" Release]
Side B - Operatic ["I" Release]
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A [Label]): VP 538
- Matrix / Runout (Side B [Label]): VP 539