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Charles Hackett - Barbiere Di Siviglia (Ecco Ridente In Cielo) (Lo, Smiling In The Eastern Sky) Album

Charles Hackett - Barbiere Di Siviglia (Ecco Ridente In Cielo) (Lo, Smiling In The Eastern Sky) Album

Performer: Charles Hackett
Title: Barbiere Di Siviglia (Ecco Ridente In Cielo) (Lo, Smiling In The Eastern Sky)
Released: Oct 1919
Cat#: 49604
Country: US
Label: Columbia
Size MP3 version: 2298 mb
Size FLAC version: 1496 mb
Size WMA version: 2647 mb
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 459
Genre: Classical

Charles Hackett - Barbiere Di Siviglia (Ecco Ridente In Cielo) (Lo, Smiling In The Eastern Sky) Album


Tracklist

1Barbiere Di Siviglia (Ecco Ridente In Cielo) (Lo, Smiling In The Eastern Sky)

Credits

  • Composed ByRossini
  • Tenor VocalsCharles Hackett

Notes

Recorded New York, NY, March 24, 1919.

Label Printing Code JX = October 1919.
The Talking Machine World, October 15, 1919, page 27: Columbia ad.

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout: 49604
  • Other (Label Printing Code): JX

Companies

  • Record Company – Columbia Graphophone Company

Album

Ecco, ridente in cielo is a cavatina from Gioachino Rossini's 1816 opera The Barber of Seville, sung by the tenor Count Almaviva, disguised as the poor student Lindoro, at the beginning of act 1. The aria is an example of the bel canto style. The key signature is C major, but it also modulates into G major and contains chromatic passages. Its vocal range is from F3 to B4 the tessitura is between G3 and G4. The aria is also notable for having a guitar accompaniment. Il barbiere di Siviglia has all the ingredients for comic chaos: an imprisoned young woman, her lecherous guardian and a young noble suitor. Skilfully plotting behind the scenes is Figaro an irrepressible and inventive character in whom many have seen a resemblance to the young Rossini himself. The score fizzes with musical brilliance, from Figaros famous entrance aria Largo al factotum to the frenzy of the Act I finale, when the five principal voices pile on top of each other. CONTE Ecco, ridente in cielo spunta la bella aurora, e tu non sorgi ancora e puoi dormir così Sorgi, mia dolce speme, vieni, bell'idol mio rendi men crudo, oh Dio, lo stral che mi ferì. Hackett studied first at the New England Conservatory in Boston with Arthur J. Hubbard, and later with Vincenzo Lombardi in Florence. He made his stage debut in Genova, as Wilhelm Meister in Mignon, in 1914. He sang in Italy and South America, before making his debut at the Metropolitan Opera on January 31, 1919, as Almaviva. He appeared there for three seasons, also as Lindoro, Roméo, Il duca di Mantova, Alfredo, Rodolfo, Pinkerton, Wilhelm Meister, Cavaradossi, Don Ottavio, Vincent and Des Grieux. Barbiere Di Siviglia Ecco Ridente In Cielo Lo, Smiling In The Eastern Sky Shellac, 12, SSided. Il Barbiere di Siviglia: Ecco ridente in cielo. Salvatore Fisichella teaching Jack . Charles Hackett. Catalog . Il barbiere di Siviglia The Barber of Seville, opera. Ecco ridente in cielo. Gioachino Rossini. From The Album. Play album. Una sera all'opera. Tito Schipa. He is considered one of the finest tenore di grazia lyric tenors in operatic history. He was endowed with a natural, sensuous voice which he deployed with great intelligence and taste. Schipa was born Raffaele Attilio Amedeo Schipa in Lecce in late 1888. His birthday was recorded years later as January 2 for conscription purposes. He studied in Milan and made his operatic debut at age 21 in 1910 at Vercelli. He subsequently appeared throughout Italy and in Buenos Aires. In 1917, he created read more. Tito Schipa Lecce, 27 dicembre 1888 New York, 16 dicembre 1965 was an Italian tenor. Rossini: Il barbiere di Siviglia, Act 1 - Recitativo: Ah, ah che bella vita - No. 3 Canzone: Se il mio nome saper voi bramate - Recitativo: Oh cielo - Nella stanza. Francisco Araiza, Agnes Baltsa, Domenico Trimarchi, Academy of St Martin-in-the-Fields, Sir Neville Marriner, Sir Thomas Allen, Gioachino Rossini. Album: Rossini: Il barbiere di Siviglia, 1972. Has been played on. Denmark 8. Album: The History Of Classical Music - Part 2 - From Haydn To Paganini 2013. Artists: Джоаккино Россини, Luigi Alva, Ambrosian Opera Chorus, Theodor Guschlbauer, Renato Cesari, Barna Kováts. Genre: Classical. Captcha: File format: MP3 AMR WAV AAC WMA. From the Album Lebendige Vergangenheit - Tito Schipa. August 18, 2006. Exclusive Prime pricing. to buy. Listen Now