Don Pasquale: Ernesto Badini Norina: Adelaide Saraceni Ernesto: Tito Schipa Malatesta: Afro Poli Orchestra del Teatro alla Scala di Milano diretta da Carlo.
Parmi veder le lagrime. Lucia di Lammermoor, opera. 3. Tu che a Dio spiegasti l'ali. 4. Serenata d'Arlecchino. Manon, opera in 5 acts. 6. Tornami a dir. Tito Schipa. Il barbiere di Siviglia (The Barber of Seville), opera. Mignon, opera in 3 acts. En Effeuillant la Marguerite for voice & orchestra.
Made and printed in Great Britain. Manufactured in Canada. According to an Internet source, this particular interpretation of "Don Pasquale" was performed with Adelaide Saraceni, not Toti Dal Monte.
Tito Schipa (Italian pronunciation: ; born Raffaele Attilio Amedeo Schipa; 2 January 1889 in Lecce – 16 December 1965) was an Italian tenor, considered the greatest tenore di grazia and one of the most popular tenors of the century. Schipa was born as Raffaele Attilio Amedeo Schipa on 27 December 1888 in Lecce in Apulia into an Arbëreshë family; his birthday was recorded as January 2, 1889 for military 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, Argentina. In 1919, Schipa traveled to the United States, joining the Chicago Opera Company. He remained with the Chicago company until 1932, whereupon he appeared at the New York Metropolitan Opera from 1932 to 1935, and again in 1941. He also sang at the San Francisco Opera, beginning in 1924.
La clemenza di Tito is the only opera by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart being performed by Dutch National Opera this season. The opera was commissioned for a special occasion and was written under great pressure of time and in difficult private circumstances. Nevertheless, the music is of a high quality and there are plenty of interesting contextual elements in La clemenza di Tito. Get to know Sir Willard White, who will perform for the 25th time in a production of Dutch National Opera. La clemenza di Tito at Salzburg Festival - unforced diversity and a new sound for Mozart" . The chorus of MusicAeterna - that recently received the Opera Award for Best Chorus 2018 ! - plays an important role in La clemenza di Tito as ‘the people’.
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Tito Luigi Giovanni Michelangelo Schipa (born 18 April 1946), better known as Tito Schipa J. is a Portuguese-born Italian composer, singer-songwriter, producer, writer and actor. Born in Lisbon, Schipa is the son of the Italian tenor Tito Schipa. He studied singing and piano and made his professional debut in 1967 with a musical based on songs by Bob Dylan, Then an Alley.
Tito Schipa in Opera and Song. 1 more album featuring this track. Tito Schipa in Opera and Song. Tito Schipa (Lecce, 27 dicembre 1888 – New York, 16 dicembre 1965) was an Italian tenor. 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 subsequently appeared throughout Italy and in Buenos Aires.
Anonymous) Orchestra. Amapola: "De amor en los hierros de tu reja". Joseph M. Lacalle Composer. Josef Pasternack Conductor. Now comes this RCA collection, drawn mostly from the time when Schipa was principal lyric tenor at Chicago, which was also the period of his prime.
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|A1||Sento Nel Cor
Composed By – Alessandro Scarlatti
Composed By – Alessandro ScarlattiConductor – Dino OlivieriLibretto By – Adriano Morselli
|A3||Son Tutta Duolo
Composed By – Alessandro ScarlattiConductor – Dino OlivieriLibretto By – Domenico Filippo Contini
|A4||Prendi, L'Anel Ti Dono ("La Sonnambula")
Chorus – Chorus Of La Scala Orchestra, Milan*Composed By – Bellini*Conductor – Franco GhioneLibretto By – Romani*Soprano Vocals – Toti Dal Monte
|A5||Una Furtiva Lagrima (L'Elisir D'Amore)
Composed By – Donizetti*Libretto By – Romani*
|A6||Com' È Gentil ("Don Pasquale")
Chorus – Chorus Of La Scala Orchestra, Milan*Composed By – Donizetti*Libretto By – Giovanni RuffiniSoprano Vocals – Toti Dal Monte
|A7||Tornami A Dir Che M'Ami ("Don Pasquale")
Composed By – Donizetti*Libretto By – Giovanni RuffiniSoprano Vocals – Adelaide Saraceni
|B1||Che Farò Senza Euridice ("Orfeo Ed Euridice")
Composed By – Gluck*Libretto By – Calzabigi*
|B2||Ah! Non Mi Ridestar ("Werther")
Composed By – Massenet*Conductor – Franco GhioneLibretto By – Hartmann*, Milliet*, Blau*
|B3||Ah! Dispar, Vision ("Manon")
Composed By – Massenet*Conductor – Franco GhioneLibretto By – Meilhac*, Gille*
|B4||O Del Mio Amato Ben
Composed By – Donaudy*Conductor – A. Semprini*
|B5||Suzel, Buon Dì...Tutto Tace (Cherry Duet) "L'Amico Fritz"
Composed By – Mascagni*Conductor – G. Antonicelli*Libretto By – P. SuardonSoprano Vocals – Mafalda Favero
- Conductor – Carlo Sabajno (tracks: Side 1-a, Side 1-e to Side 2-a)
- Orchestra – Members Of La Scala Orchestra, Milan* (tracks: Side 1-d to Side 1-g, Side 2-b, Side 2-c, Side 2-e)
- Tenor Vocals – Tito Schipa
NotesToti Dal Monte is credited as a soprano vocalist for Side 1-g on the label, and Adelaide Saraceni is also credited for the same role on the same track in the leaflet, while there's actually only one soprano in that opera. According to an Internet source, this particular interpretation of "Don Pasquale" was performed with Adelaide Saraceni, not Toti Dal Monte.
A1: Recorded on 19 April 1932 on master number 2M 481. First issued October 1932, on record number DB 1723. From the cantata "Sento nel core". With orchestra.
A2: Recorded in January 1939 on master number OBA 2911. First issued June 1939, on record number DA 5362. From the opera "Pirro e Demetrio", 1694. With orchestra.
A3: Recorded in January 1939 on master number OBA 2912. First issued June 1939, on record number DA 5362. From the opera "La donna ancora è fedele", 1698. With orchestra.
A4: Recorded on 4 October 1933 on master number OW 2039. First issued January 1934, on record number DA 1351. From the opera "La sonnambula", 1831.
A5: Recorded on 13 December 1929 on master number CM 1335. First issued April 1930, on record number DB 1387. From the opera "L'elisir d'amore", 1832.
A6: Recorded on 8 October 1932 on master number 2M 888. First issued March 1933, on record number S 10423. From the opera "Don Pasquale", 1843.
A7: Recorded on 8 October 1932 on master number 2M 891. First issued March 1933, on record number S 10424. From the opera "Don Pasquale", 1843.
B1: Recorded on 9 May 1932 on master number 2M 482. First issued October 1932, on record number DB 1723. From the opera "Orfeo ed Euridice", 1762. With orchestra.
B2: Recorded on 4 May 1934 on master number 2W 2482. First issued January 1935, on record number DB 2237. From the opera "Werther", 1892.
B3: Recorded on 4 May 1934 on master number 2W 2481. First issued January 1935, on record number DB 2237. From the opera "Manon", 1884.
B4: Recorded on 12 October 1933 on master number 2W 2072. First issued May 1934, on record number DB 2131. With orchestra.
B5: Recorded in January 1937 on master numbers 2BA 1700 and 2BA 1701. First issued March 1937, on record number DB 3067. From the opera "L'amico Fritz", 1891.
All recorded in Milan and first issued in Italy.
Transferred to LP in Paris in 1960 on master numbers 2XBA 138-139. First issue of this transfer in January 1961 on record number COLH 117 in the "Great Recordings of the Century" series, in the United States of America.