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Puccini: Tosca, extraits (Mono Version)

Suzanne Sarroca, Gustave Botiaux, Adrien Legros

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Puccini: Tosca, extraits (Mono Version)

Suzanne Sarroca, Gustave Botiaux, Adrien Legros

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1
Tosca, Act I, Scene 3: "Ô de beautés égales" (Mario) 00:02:37

Giancarlo Amati Orchestra, Orchestra, Performer - Giancarlo Amati, Conductor, Performer - Gustave Botiaux, Performer, Soloist - Giacomo Puccini, Composer - Luigi Illica, Writer - Giuseppe Giacosa, Writer - Paul Ferrier, Writer

1961 - BNF Collection 2015 1961 - BNF Collection 2015

2
Tosca, Act I, Scene 5: "Notre doux nid" (Tosca, Mario) 00:02:21

Giancarlo Amati Orchestra, Orchestra, Performer - Giancarlo Amati, Conductor, Performer - Suzanne Sarroca, Performer, Soloist - Gustave Botiaux, Performer, Soloist - Giacomo Puccini, Composer - Luigi Illica, Writer - Giuseppe Giacosa, Writer - Paul Ferrier, Writer

1961 - BNF Collection 2015 1961 - BNF Collection 2015

3
Tosca, Act I, Scene 5: "Il faut que je travaille" (Mario, Tosca) 00:01:36

Giancarlo Amati Orchestra, Orchestra, Performer - Giancarlo Amati, Conductor, Performer - Gustave Botiaux, Performer, Soloist - Suzanne Sarroca, Performer, Soloist - Giacomo Puccini, Composer - Luigi Illica, Writer - Giuseppe Giacosa, Writer - Paul Ferrier, Writer

1961 - BNF Collection 2015 1961 - BNF Collection 2015

4
Tosca, Act I, Scene 5: "Ah! Ces yeux-là!" - "Ma jalouse" (Tosca, Mario) 00:03:27

Giancarlo Amati Orchestra, Orchestra, Performer - Giancarlo Amati, Conductor, Performer - Suzanne Sarroca, Performer, Soloist - Gustave Botiaux, Performer, Soloist - Giacomo Puccini, Composer - Luigi Illica, Writer - Giuseppe Giacosa, Writer - Paul Ferrier, Writer

1961 - BNF Collection 2015 1961 - BNF Collection 2015

5
Tosca, Act I, Scene 8: "Tosca divine" (Scarpia, Tosca) 00:02:37

Giancarlo Amati Orchestra, Orchestra, Performer - Giancarlo Amati, Conductor, Performer - Suzanne Sarroca, Performer, Soloist - Adrien Legros, Performer, Soloist - Giacomo Puccini, Composer - Luigi Illica, Writer - Giuseppe Giacosa, Writer - Paul Ferrier, Writer

1961 - BNF Collection 2015 1961 - BNF Collection 2015

6
Tosca, Act I, Scene 9: "Et je venais lui dire toute en larmes" (Tosca, Scarpia) 00:03:36

Giancarlo Amati Orchestra, Orchestra, Performer - Giancarlo Amati, Conductor, Performer - Suzanne Sarroca, Performer, Soloist - Adrien Legros, Performer, Soloist - Giacomo Puccini, Composer - Luigi Illica, Writer - Giuseppe Giacosa, Writer - Paul Ferrier, Writer

1961 - BNF Collection 2015 1961 - BNF Collection 2015

7
Tosca, Act II, Scene 1: "Elle viendra" (Scarpia) 00:02:08

Giancarlo Amati Orchestra, Orchestra, Performer - Giancarlo Amati, Conductor, Performer - Adrien Legros, Performer, Soloist - Giacomo Puccini, Composer - Luigi Illica, Writer - Giuseppe Giacosa, Writer - Paul Ferrier, Writer

1961 - BNF Collection 2015 1961 - BNF Collection 2015

8
Tosca, Act II, Scene 5: "Vous permettez" - "Oui, l'on me dit vénal" (Scarpia, Tosca) 00:01:32

Giancarlo Amati Orchestra, Orchestra, Performer - Giancarlo Amati, Conductor, Performer - Adrien Legros, Performer, Soloist - Suzanne Sarroca, Performer, Soloist - Giacomo Puccini, Composer - Luigi Illica, Writer - Giuseppe Giacosa, Writer - Paul Ferrier, Writer

1961 - BNF Collection 2015 1961 - BNF Collection 2015

9
Tosca, Act II, Scene 5: "Si pour de beaux yeux je dois trahir ma foi" - "Mais quelle haine" (Scarpia, Tosca) 00:03:49

Giancarlo Amati Orchestra, Orchestra, Performer - Giancarlo Amati, Conductor, Performer - Adrien Legros, Performer, Soloist - Suzanne Sarroca, Performer, Soloist - Giacomo Puccini, Composer - Luigi Illica, Writer - Giuseppe Giacosa, Writer - Paul Ferrier, Writer

1961 - BNF Collection 2015 1961 - BNF Collection 2015

10
Tosca, Act II, Scene 5: "D'art et d'amour je vivais toute" (Tosca) 00:03:09

Giancarlo Amati Orchestra, Orchestra, Performer - Giancarlo Amati, Conductor, Performer - Suzanne Sarroca, Performer, Soloist - Giacomo Puccini, Composer - Luigi Illica, Writer - Giuseppe Giacosa, Writer - Paul Ferrier, Writer

1961 - BNF Collection 2015 1961 - BNF Collection 2015

11
Tosca, Act III, Scene 1: Prélude 00:01:35

Giancarlo Amati Orchestra, Orchestra, Performer - Giancarlo Amati, Conductor, Performer - Giacomo Puccini, Composer

1961 - BNF Collection 2015 1961 - BNF Collection 2015

12
Tosca, Act III, Scene 2: "Le ciel luisait d'étoiles" - " Ah! Franchise à Floria Tosca" (Mario) 00:05:30

Giancarlo Amati Orchestra, Orchestra, Performer - Giancarlo Amati, Conductor, Performer - Gustave Botiaux, Performer, Soloist - Giacomo Puccini, Composer - Luigi Illica, Writer - Giuseppe Giacosa, Writer - Paul Ferrier, Writer

1961 - BNF Collection 2015 1961 - BNF Collection 2015

13
Tosca, Act III, Scene 3: "Ô douces mains... si blanches et si pures" (Mario) 00:01:15

Giancarlo Amati Orchestra, Orchestra, Performer - Giancarlo Amati, Conductor, Performer - Gustave Botiaux, Performer, Soloist - Giacomo Puccini, Composer - Luigi Illica, Writer - Giuseppe Giacosa, Writer - Paul Ferrier, Writer

1961 - BNF Collection 2015 1961 - BNF Collection 2015

14
Tosca, Act III, Scene 3: "Mario! L'heure s'avance..." (Tosca, Mario) 00:01:31

Giancarlo Amati Orchestra, Orchestra, Performer - Giancarlo Amati, Conductor, Performer - Suzanne Sarroca, Performer, Soloist - Gustave Botiaux, Performer, Soloist - Giacomo Puccini, Composer - Luigi Illica, Writer - Giuseppe Giacosa, Writer - Paul Ferrier, Writer

1961 - BNF Collection 2015 1961 - BNF Collection 2015

15
Tosca, Act III, Scene 3: "C'est pour toi que la mort m'était triste!" (Tosca, Mario) 00:02:14

Giancarlo Amati Orchestra, Orchestra, Performer - Giancarlo Amati, Conductor, Performer - Suzanne Sarroca, Performer, Soloist - Gustave Botiaux, Performer, Soloist - Giacomo Puccini, Composer - Luigi Illica, Writer - Giuseppe Giacosa, Writer - Paul Ferrier, Writer

1961 - BNF Collection 2015 1961 - BNF Collection 2015

16
Tosca, Act III, Scene 3: "Ils ne viennent pas!" (Tosca, Mario) 00:02:26

Giancarlo Amati Orchestra, Orchestra, Performer - Giancarlo Amati, Conductor, Performer - Suzanne Sarroca, Performer, Soloist - Gustave Botiaux, Performer, Soloist - Giacomo Puccini, Composer - Luigi Illica, Writer - Giuseppe Giacosa, Writer - Paul Ferrier, Writer

1961 - BNF Collection 2015 1961 - BNF Collection 2015

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