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Verdi: Aïda, extraits (Mono Version)

Renata Tebaldi, Aldo Protti, Orchestra dell'Accademia nazionale di Santa Cecilia di Roma, Alberto Erede

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Verdi: Aïda, extraits (Mono Version)

Renata Tebaldi

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Aida (Giuseppe Verdi)

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Aida, Act II, Scene 1: "Fu la sorte dell'armi a'tuoi funesta" (Amneris, Aida) 00:02:31

Renata Tebaldi, Performer, Soloist - Orchestra dell'Accademia nazionale di Santa Cecilia di Roma, Orchestra, Performer - Alberto Erede, Conductor, Performer - Ebe Stignani, Performer, Soloist - Giuseppe Verdi, Composer - Antonio Ghislanzoni, Writer

1958 - BNF Collection 2015

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Aida, Act II, Scene 1: "Ebben, qual nuovo fremito ti assal?" (Amneris, Aida) 00:02:57

Renata Tebaldi, Performer, Soloist - Orchestra dell'Accademia nazionale di Santa Cecilia di Roma, Orchestra, Performer - Alberto Erede, Conductor, Performer - Ebe Stignani, Performer, Soloist - Giuseppe Verdi, Composer - Antonio Ghislanzoni, Writer

1958 - BNF Collection 2015

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Aida, Act II, Scene 1: "Pietà ti prenda del mio dolore" (Aida, Amneris) 00:02:00

Renata Tebaldi, Performer, Soloist - Orchestra dell'Accademia nazionale di Santa Cecilia di Roma, Orchestra, Performer - Alberto Erede, Conductor, Performer - Ebe Stignani, Performer, Soloist - Giuseppe Verdi, Composer - Antonio Ghislanzoni, Writer

1958 - BNF Collection 2015

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Aida, Act III: "Ciel! Mio padre" (Aida, Amonasro) 00:01:10

Renata Tebaldi, Performer, Soloist - Orchestra dell'Accademia nazionale di Santa Cecilia di Roma, Orchestra, Performer - Alberto Erede, Conductor, Performer - Aldo Protti, Performer, Soloist - Giuseppe Verdi, Composer - Antonio Ghislanzoni, Writer

1958 - BNF Collection 2015

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Aida, Act III: "Rivedrai le foreste imbalsamate" (Amonasro, Aida) 00:06:44

Renata Tebaldi, Performer, Soloist - Orchestra dell'Accademia nazionale di Santa Cecilia di Roma, Orchestra, Performer - Alberto Erede, Conductor, Performer - Aldo Protti, Performer, Soloist - Giuseppe Verdi, Composer - Antonio Ghislanzoni, Writer

1958 - BNF Collection 2015

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