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The Record of Singing, Vol. 2, Pt. 8 (1914-1925)

Cisneros, Martin, Gauthier, Hackett, Chamlee, Coates...

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The Record of Singing, Vol. 2, Pt. 8 (1914-1925)

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Les Huguenots, Act I : "Nobles seigneurs !" 00:04:14

Eleonora de Cisneros, Contralto - Birmingham Philharmonic Orchestra - Thomas Appleby Matthews, Conductor - Giacomo Meyerbeer, Composer

Maestoso Maestoso

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Die Walkure, Act I : "Wintersturme" 00:03:09

Riccardo Martin, Tenor - Birmingham Philharmonic Orchestra - Thomas Appleby Matthews, Conductor - Giacomo Meyerbeer, Composer

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Louise, Act III : "Depuis longtemps j'habitais cette chambre" 00:03:48

Eva Gauthier, Mezzo-Soprano - Orville Harrold, Tenor - Birmingham Philharmonic Orchestra - Thomas Appleby Matthews, Conductor - Gustave Charpentier, Composer

Maestoso Maestoso

4
La Boheme, Act I : "Che gelida manina" 00:04:38

Charles Hackett, Tenor - Birmingham Philharmonic Orchestra - Thomas Appleby Matthews, Conductor - Giacomo Puccini, Composer

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Mignon, Act II : "Adieu, mignon" 00:03:22

Mario Chamlee, Tenor - Birmingham Philharmonic Orchestra - Thomas Appleby Matthews, Conductor - Ambroise Thomas, Composer

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Her Bright Smile Haunts Me Still 00:03:16

Edward Johnson, Tenor - Birmingham Philharmonic Orchestra - Thomas Appleby Matthews, Conductor - William Thomas Wrighton, Composer

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Silvana, Act I: "So soll denn dieses herz" 00:04:24

Alfred Piccaver, Tenor - Birmingham Philharmonic Orchestra - Thomas Appleby Matthews, Conductor - Carl Maria Von Weber, Composer

Maestoso Maestoso

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Queen of the Earth 00:04:34

Joseph Hislop, Tenor - Birmingham Philharmonic Orchestra - Thomas Appleby Matthews, Conductor - Ciro Pinsuti, Composer

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Otello, Act I: Esultate" - Act II: " Ora E per sempre addio" 00:02:21

John O'Sullivan, Tenor - Birmingham Philharmonic Orchestra - Thomas Appleby Matthews, Conductor - Giuseppe Verdi, Composer

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Otello, Act I : "Stilled By the Gathering Darkness" 00:08:37

Frank Mullings, Tenor - Miriam Licette, Soprano - Birmingham Philharmonic Orchestra - Thomas Appleby Matthews, Conductor - Giuseppe Verdi, Composer

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11
Come Into the Garden, Maud 00:04:34

John Coates, Tenor - Birmingham Philharmonic Orchestra - Thomas Appleby Matthews, Conductor - Michael William Balfe, Composer

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Morning Hymn 00:02:29

Gervase Elwes, Tenor - Birmingham Philharmonic Orchestra - Thomas Appleby Matthews, Conductor - George Henschel, Composer

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The Pilgram of Love 00:04:23

Walter Hyde, Tenor - Birmingham Philharmonic Orchestra - Thomas Appleby Matthews, Conductor - Henry Rowley Bishop, Composer

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Songs My Mother Taught Me 00:02:12

Paul Reimers, Tenor - Birmingham Philharmonic Orchestra - Thomas Appleby Matthews, Conductor - Antonín Dvorák, Composer

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Mignon, Act III : "In Her Simplicity" 00:04:30

John McCormack, Tenor - Birmingham Philharmonic Orchestra - Thomas Appleby Matthews, Conductor - Ambroise Thomas, Composer

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Before My Window 00:01:58

John McCormack, Tenor - Birmingham Philharmonic Orchestra - Thomas Appleby Matthews, Conductor - Sergei Rachmaninov, Composer

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