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Suzanne Danco - Operatic Recital Album

Suzanne Danco - Operatic Recital Album

Performer: Suzanne Danco
Title: Operatic Recital
Style: Opera
Released: 1950
Cat#: LLP 224
Country: US
Label: London Records
Size MP3 version: 1621 mb
Size FLAC version: 1906 mb
Size WMA version: 1383 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 256
Genre: Classical

Suzanne Danco - Operatic Recital Album


Tracklist

1Carmen: Recit: C'est Des Contrebandiers; Air de Michaela - Je Dis Que Rien Ne M'Epouvante
Composed By – Georges Bizet
2Manon: Adieu, Notre Petite Table
Composed By – Jules Massenet
3Alceste: Aria: Divinités Du Styx
Composed By – Christoph Willibald Gluck
4La Traviata: Recit: E Strano!; Aria: Ah, Fors'è Lui
Composed By – Giuseppe Verdi
5Dido and Aeneas - Dido's Lament: When I Am Laid In Earth
Composed By – Henry Purcell
6Louise: Depuis Le Jour
Composed By – Gustave Charpentier

Credits

  • ConductorAlberto Erede
  • Liner NotesRemy Van Wyck Farkas
  • OrchestraL'Orchestre De La Suisse Romande
  • Soprano VocalsSuzanne Danco

Notes

London Full Frequency Range Recording
Copyright 1950 by The London Gramophone Corporation, New York 1, N. Y.
Printed in U.S.A
Red London ffrr Long Playing label
Made in England

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, stamped): ARL 389-4B C CT
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, stamped): SUB ARL 390-3B C CT 3

Album

Suzanne Danco 22 January 1911 10 August 2000, was a Belgian international soprano whose career encompassed the opera stages of Europe from Mozart to 20th century roles, recitals, recordings of opera and songs, and later teaching. Danco was born in Brussels and grew up in a Flemish background, although French was her native language. She studied piano, music history and singing at the Conservatoire Royal de Bruxelles, and in 1936 won a vocal competition in Vienna after which conductor Erich Kleiber. Suzanne Danco Operatic Recital. Movies Preview. Danco - Telegraph. Soprano known for her operatic interpretations of Mozart and for her striking recordings of Debussy's Pelléas et Mélisande. Suzanne Danco. Suzanne Danco sings Per pietà, ben mio fromCosi fan tutte by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Orchestre de la Suisse Romande Karl Böhm, conductor . Suzanne Danco added a new photo to the album Recordings. You may submit artist- and album-related corrections to the TiVo data team by following the steps on this page. For other feedback please visit our Helprace page. Please note that we cannot respond to address or phone information requests for any person identified in our database, nor can we forward fan mail. Operatic Recital, 1989. Susan Dunn. La forza del destino, Act IV: Pace, pace, mio Dio, 05:34. Singer Portrait - Suzanne Danco, Vol. 17 listeners. 30 Jan 2012 29 tracks. Play album. Récital au Festival de Vichy 1955. 9 listeners. 14 Jun 2015 19 tracks. 8 listeners. 30 Jan 2012 24 tracks. 7 listeners. 30 Jan 2012 33 tracks. Operatic Recital. 1 listener. Album 2000 22 Songs. Suzanne Danco & Guido Agosti. Класична музика , 2000. На этой странице вы можете насладится прослушиванием альбома Operatic Recital в отличном качестве и совершенно бесплатно. Слушать онлайн. Популярные Треки. Beno Blachut-Dalibor,. Act III, Scene 5: No Trace as Yet of Our Convened Signal Dalibor, Milada, Jitka, Vítek. Suzanne Danco's Album Operatic Recital. Listen to all tracks of Operatic Recital for free. Alceste: Aria: Divinités Du Styx - Suzanne Danco. Dido and Aeneas - Dido's Lament: When I Am Laid In Earth - Suzanne Danco. Similar Artists. Similar Releases. 2020 CLiGGO MUSIC. Apps & Devices. Suzanne Danco Soprano, Mezzo-soprano. Born: January 22, 1911 - Brussels, Belgium Died: August 10, 2000 - Fiesole, just above Florence, Italy. The admired Belgian soprano and mezzo-soprano, Suzanne Danco, was born and brought up at Brussels in a Flemish milieu. Her family did not give her much encouragement when she decided to become a singer. Suzanne Danco was praised for her wide musical culture and refinement both on stage and in recital. Danco was much admired for her Mozartian roles and for Mélisande in Debussy's Pelleas et Mélisande. Her operatic career rather petered out after 1960, but she continued to appear occasionally in concert