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Duos d'amour à l'opéra (Mono Version)

Renata Tebaldi, Suzanne Danco, Mario Del Monaco, Jussi Björling

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Duos d'amour à l'opéra (Mono Version)

Renata Tebaldi

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La bohème (Giacomo Puccini)

1
La bohème, Act I: "O soave fanciulla" 00:03:35

Licia Albanese, Performer, Soloist - Giuseppe Di Stefano, Performer, Soloist - Renato Cellini, Performer, Conductor - RCA Victor Symphony Orchestra, Performer, Orchestra - Giacomo Puccini, Composer - Giuseppe Giacosa, Writer - Luigi Illica, Writer

1962 - BNF Collection 2013

Rigoletto (Giuseppe Verdi)

2
Rigoletto, Act II, Scene 6: "È il sol dell'anima, la vita è amore" 00:02:53

Erna Berger, Performer, Soloist - Jan Peerce, Performer, Soloist - Renato Cellini, Performer, Conductor - RCA Victor Symphony Orchestra, Performer, Orchestra - Giuseppe Verdi, Composer - Francesco Maria Piave, Writer

1962 - BNF Collection 2013

Samson et Dalila (Camille Saint-Saëns)

3
Samson et Dalila, Act II, Scene 3: "Dalila! Dalila, je t'aime!" & "Mon cœur s'ouvre à ta voix" 00:05:28

Risë Stevens, Performer, Soloist - Mario del Monaco, Performer, Soloist - Fausto Cleva, Performer, Conductor - Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, Performer, Orchestra - Camille Saint-Saëns, Composer - Ferdinand Lemaire, Writer

1962 - BNF Collection 2013

La traviata (Giuseppe Verdi)

4
La traviata, Act III, Scene 6: "Parigi, o cara" 00:03:50

Rosanna Carteri, Performer, Soloist - Cesare Valletti, Performer, Soloist - Pierre Monteux, Performer, Conductor - Orchestra del Teatro dell'Opera di Roma, Performer, Orchestra - Giuseppe Verdi, Composer - Francesco Maria Piave, Writer

1962 - BNF Collection 2013

La damnation de Faust, Op. 24, Pt. 3 (Hector Berlioz)

5
La damnation de Faust, Op. 24, Pt. 3: "Grand Dieu! Que vois-je!?" 00:05:18

Suzanne Danco, Performer, Soloist - David Poleri, Performer, Soloist - Charles Münch, Performer, Conductor - Boston Symphony Orchestra, Performer, Orchestra - Hector Berlioz, Composer, Writer - Almire Gandonnière, Writer

1962 - BNF Collection 2013

Otello (Giuseppe Verdi)

6
Otello, Act I: "Quando narravi l'esule tua vita" 00:06:31

Herva Nelli, Performer, Soloist - Ramon Vinay, Performer, Soloist - Arturo Toscanini, Performer, Conductor - NBC Symphony Orchestra, Performer, Orchestra - Giuseppe Verdi, Composer - Arrigo Boïto, Writer

1962 - BNF Collection 2013

Don Giovanni, K. 527 (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)

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Don Giovanni, K. 527, Act I, Scene 9: "Là ci darem la mano" 00:02:58

Eugenia Ratti, Performer, Soloist - Cesare Siepi, Performer, Soloist - Wiener Philharmoniker, Performer, Orchestra - Erich Leinsdorf, Performer, Conductor - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Composer - Lorenzo Da Ponte, Writer

1962 - BNF Collection 2013

Carmen (Georges Bizet)

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Carmen, Act II, Scene 5: "Non! Tu ne m'aimes pas!" 00:02:35

Risë Stevens, Performer, Soloist - Jan Peerce, Performer, Soloist - Fritz Reiner, Performer, Conductor - RCA Victor Symphony Orchestra, Performer, Orchestra - Georges Bizet, Composer - Henri Meilhac, Writer - Ludovic Halevy, Writer

1962 - BNF Collection 2013

Cavalleria rusticana (Pietro Mascagni)

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Cavalleria rusticana, Scene 7: "Ah! Lo vedi, che hai tu detto?" 00:05:29

Renata Tebaldi, Performer, Soloist - Jussi Björling, Performer, Soloist - Alberto Erede, Performer, Conductor - Orchestra del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, Performer, Orchestra - Pietro Mascagni, Composer - Giovanni Targioni-Tozzetti, Writer - Guido Menasci, Writer

1962 - BNF Collection 2013

Aida (Giuseppe Verdi)

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Aida, Act IV, Scene 2: "O terra, addio" 00:05:21

Zinka Milanov, Performer, Soloist - Jussi Björling, Performer, Soloist - Jonel Perlea, Performer, Conductor - Orchestra del Teatro dell'Opera di Roma, Performer, Orchestra - Coro Del Teatro Dell'Opera Di Roma, Performer, Orchestra - Giuseppe Verdi, Composer - Antonio Ghislanzoni, Writer

1962 - BNF Collection 2013

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