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Members Of La Scala Orchestra, Milan Conducted By Carlo Sabajno - Cavelleria Rusticana - Mascagni flac
Performer: Members Of La Scala Orchestra, Milan Conducted By Carlo Sabajno
Title: Cavelleria Rusticana - Mascagni
Label: His Master's Voice
Country: UK
Released: 1930
Style: Opera
Cat: C 1973 / C 1974 / C 1975 / C 1976 / C 1977 / C 1978 / C 1979 / C 1980 / C 1981
Rating: 4.5/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1052 mb | MP3 size: 2121 mb | WMA size: 2186 mb
Genre: Classic
Tracklist

1Gli Aranci Glezzano (Sweetly The Birds In The Myrtles Are Carolling)
2Mamma, Quel Vino E Generoso (Mother, That Red Wine Burns Me Like Fire)
3Quella Cattiva Femmina (Yes, That Accursed Wife)
4Cavalleria Rusticana
Composed By – MascagniLyrics By [Uncredited] – Giovanni Targioni-Tozzetti, Guido Menasci
5Cessin Le Rustiche Opre (Toil Ye No Longer This Morning)
6Voi Lo Sapete, O Mama (Mother You Know The Story)
7Preludio (Prelude - 2nd Record)
8Oh! Il Signore Vi Manda ('Tis The Lord Who Has Sent Thee)
9A Voi Tutte Salute! (Ah, My Friends, I Salute You)
10Beato Voi, Compar Alfio (Ah, My Friend, You Are Happy)
11Intermezzo
12Inneggiamo Al Signore Non E Morto (O, Rejoice That The Lord Has Arisen)
13 Preludio E Siciliana ( Prelude And Siciliana)
14A Casa! A Casa! (Now Homeward, Now Homeward, Returning)
15Il Cavallo Scalpita (Gaily Go My Horses Fleet)
16No, No, Turiddu (Stay, Stay, Turiddu)
17Andate O Mamma, Ad Implorare Iddio (Go Then, Sweet Mother, And Lift Thy Prayer To Heaven)
18Dite, Mamma Lucia (Tell Me, Mother Lucia)
19Intanto Amici, Quà (Then Come, My Friends, I Say)

Credits

  • Baritone Vocals [Alfio]Piero Biasini
  • ChoirMembers Of La Scala Chorus, Milan
  • ConductorCarlo Sabajno (tracks: Complete recording, except A, H. & R.)
  • Conductor [Uncredited; Replacing Sabajno]Gino Nastrucci (tracks: A., H. & R.)
  • Contralto Vocals [Lucia]Olga De Franco
  • Engineer [Uncredited]C.C. Blyton
  • Mezzo-soprano Vocals [Lola]Mimma Pantaleoni
  • Soprano Vocals [Santuzza]Delia Sanzio
  • Tenor Vocals [Turiddu]Giovanni Breviaro
  • Vocals [?; Credited: Passari; No Information On Artist; Undetermined Contribution]Unknown Artist (tracks: R.)

Notes

The credited surname "Passari" could be soprano Maria Passeri (her surname was often misspelled); argument against would be that she retired in 1922.

Recording dates:
April 15th 1929 - Sides / Tracks C & F
April 23rd 1929 - Side / Track B
April 25th 1929 - Side / Track G
April 30th 1929 - Side / Track J
May 1st 1929 - Side / Track D
May 3rd 1929 - Sides / Tracks E & L
May 25th 1929 - Side / Track N
January 17th 1930 - Side / Track M
January 31st 1930 - Side / Track H
March 8th 1930 - Side / Track K
March 17th 1930 - Side / Track P
March 20th 1930- Side / Track I
March 22nd 1930 - Side / Track R
April 12th 1930 - Side / Track A, O & Q
Recorded in Milan.

Unknown whether this was released as an "album".

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Side / Track A): 2-052423 / CM874Δ IV
  • Matrix / Runout (Side / Track B): 6-0759 / CM831Δ II
  • Matrix / Runout (Side / Track C): 6-0771 / CM 812Δ IIA
  • Matrix / Runout (Side / Track D): 2-054553 / CM848Δ II
  • Matrix / Runout (Side / Track E): 2-054302 / CM855Δ II
  • Matrix / Runout (Side / Track F): 2-052421 / CM813Δ I
  • Matrix / Runout (Side / Track G): 2-054292 / CM838Δ II
  • Matrix / Runout (Side / Track H): 2-053361 / CM1457Δ I
  • Matrix / Runout (Side / Track I): 2-054306 / CM877Δ V
  • Matrix / Runout (Side / Track J): 2-054293 / CM846Δ II
  • Matrix / Runout (Side / Track K): 2-054307 / CM847Δ III T1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side / Track L): 2-054301 / CM852Δ II
  • Matrix / Runout (Side / Track M): 2-054291 / CM 836Δ V
  • Matrix / Runout (Side / Track N): 6-0772 / CM803Δ VI
  • Matrix / Runout (Side / Track O): 2-054305 / CM 866Δ III
  • Matrix / Runout (Side / Track P): 2-054303 / CM 868Δ V
  • Matrix / Runout (Side / Track Q): 2-054308 / CM837Δ III
  • Matrix / Runout (Side / Track R): 2-054309 / CM1546Δ II

Companies

  • Manufactured By – The Gramophone Co. Ltd. – C 1973 / C 1974 / C 1975 / C 1976 / C 1977 / C 1978 / C 1979 / C 1980 / C 1981

Album

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