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You may do so in any reasonable manner, but not in any way that suggests the licensor endorses you or your use. Lyrics by CarlettoFX Sagradini. Muscolo, guitars ; Andrea Taravelli, bass ; Matteo Monti, drums, percussion ; with acc. Adriano Celentano, vocals ; with acc. All selections previously released as analog discs, Contributor: Celentano, Adriano Date: Libretto in Italian with English translation and program notes by Dinko Fabris in Italian with English, French, and German translations 46 pages : illustrations inserted in container.
Recorded at SDR. Aleksandra Kurzak, soprano ; Roberto Alagna, tenor ; with musical accompaniment. Orpheus : Catalog Record Only Title from disc label. Vocal works sung variously in Italian, English, and German. Recorded September Sendesaal Bremen. Audio Recording La barca del mio amore Napolitane, balli e fantasie Catalog Record Only From intimate lute fantasias to lively dances and playful villanelle alla napolitana, this original and colorful program is the first to present the full range of Gorzanis' works.
Various performers In part previously released in Program notes in Italian and English inserted in container. Contributor: Carpi, Fiorenzo Date: Melodramma semiserio in two acts, libretto by Felice Romani.
Piernicola Dalla Zeta, vocals, guitars, bass, mandolin, programming ; with additional musicians. Lyrics in Italian bound in container. Contributor: Dalla Zeta, Piernicola Date: Catalog Record Only Oratorio for solo[ist]s, chorus, and orchestra. Texts by Mariangela Gualtieri and from the liturgy. Program notes in English and Italian and text with English Opera in 3 acts; libretto by Silvio Benco. Contributor: Camerata DI Cremona. Libretto by Carlo Francesco Melchiori. Jonathan Hering, multitracked vocals. Contributor: Hering, Jonathan Date: Orchestra ; chorus ; Carlo Savina, conductor.
Program notes and movie plot synopsis in English and Italian on insert. Program notes in English inserted in container.
Sinfonie-Orchester - Kaufmann, Jonas Date: Sung in Italian; texts by Battista Guarini. La Pedrina ; Francesco Saverio Pedrini, conductor. Includes program and biographical notes in German, French, Italian and English and Italian words printed as texts with German, French and English translations 41 pages bound in container. Audio Recording Zefiro spira : Italian Renaissance frottole and improvisations. Gabriel Jublin, contertenor ; Paul Kieffer, lute. Program and biographical notes in French, English, and Italian, words in Italian, French, and English 45 pages inserted in container.
Audio Recording Arcana ; L'uomo del tesoro di Priamo Catalog Record Only The 1st work is a motion picture soundtrack; the 2nd work is music for a television program. The 1st work sung in Italian. Contributor: Grano, Romolo Date: Program and biographical notes in French, English, and German ; text in French, Italian and English 26 pages : portraits attached to container. Maurizio Abeni, arrangements, keyboards ; with accompaniment. Contributor: Abeni, Maurizio Date: Sung in Italian and English.
To reflect upon the soldier's reasons, reactions and visions giving way to behaviours significantly different from those of the high officers Catalog Record Only Excerpts from motion picture soundtracks. Principally sung in Italian; the 3rd work sung in French and the 5th work sung in English. Edda Dell'Orso, vocals ; with accompaniment. Audio Recording Lucio Battisti, la batteria, il contrabbasso, eccetera. Catalog Record Only Italian popular songs. Lucio Battisti, vocals ; with accompanying musicians. Reissue: originally released in Italian lyrics on slipcase. Contributor: Battisti, Lucio - Mogol Date: Recording of the Neapolitan version, using a revision based on contemporary material by Maria Chiara Bertieri for the Donizetti Foundation.
Libretto by Jacopo Ferretti. Orchestra - Teatro Donizetti. Les Arts florissants ; William Christie, conductor. Selections previously released. Program notes in French and English and texts in Italian or Latin with French translations 75 pages inserted in container. Recorded live at the 12th Giovanni Paisiello Festival September Camillo Pace, vocals, double bass.
Lyrics bound in container. Contributor: Pace, Camillo Date: Program notes in German and English. Sung in Italian and other languages. Pino de Vittorio, vocals, chitarra battente, percussion ; Laboratorio ' Audio Recording Stravaganza d'amore! Title from cover of booklet. Recorded October-November, , Chapelle royale, Versailles.
Booklet contains essays in French, English, and German, librettos in Italian, with French, English and German translations, and bibliographical references. Recorded at Kirche Binningen, Switzerland, Dec. Texts, in Italian with German translations, inserted in container. Sung in Italian or Latin. Recorded September Burgkirche, Nieder-Rosbach.
Jahrhunderts aus Italien. Audio Recording Metamorfosi trecento. Catalog Record Only Sung in Italian. Producer, Alberto Stevanin. Catalog Record Only Title from disc label. Tracks originally opera arias, accompaniment arranged for piano. Sung in Italian, English, French, and German. Louis Toppin, soprano ; John O'Brien, fortepiano. Program and biographical notes in English, texts with English translations Recorded September, , , Deutschlandfunk Kammermusiksaal, Cologne. Publisher no.
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Decca B not on LC copy. Title from disc labels. Recorded July Rome Opera House. Originally released in Bonus Blu-ray Claudine Ansermet, soprano ; Paolo Cherici, archlute, baroque guitar, theorbo. Recorded April Studio privato, Milan. Program notes in Italian and English by Giuseppe Collisani 12 pages : illustrations, portrait on insert.
Audio Recording Ella Kiang sings opera arias. Title from disc label; also given in Chinese characters. Program notes in English and Chinese 7 pages inserted in container.
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Producer, Carl Talbot. Biographical notes on the performer and brief notes on the works in French with English translations inserted in container. Libretto by Pietro Metastasio. Duration: Text in Tracks recorded Berlin December Track 5 recorded live Frankfurt am Main February Track Libretto by Gaetano Rossi. Recorded ; details on container insert. Texts of vocal works in Italian, and program and biographical notes in Italian with English translations 19 p. Sung in Italian or French.