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Happy Birthday, Sergei Prokofiev! April 27, 1891- March 5, 1953
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23rd Annual EXCELLENCE IN CHORAL LITERATURE
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Make Them Hear You
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Title: Arias For Baritone Vol 2 (Bk/Cd)
Catalog #: 50484607
Description: Bk/Cd R138825 Price: $29.95
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Cantolopera is a series that proposes a totally new way to approach the great opera repertoire: versions for voice and piano of the most famous arias, accompanied by a compact disc containing the corresponding orchestral bases, recorded with a 130-piece orchestra, to allow the professional, the student and the opera fan to practice, as well as a version sung by an established artist for reference. Each volume contains the lyrics of the arias plus a short summary and background information on the “Compagnia d'Opera Italiana” Orchestra and the performers. Baritone Volume 2 includes: Largo al foctotum (Rossini) • Udite, udite, o rustici (Donizetti) • Tutto è deserto ... Il balen del suo sorriso (Verdi) • Cortigiani, vil razza dannata (Verdi) • Di Provenza il mar, il suol (Verdi) • Tre sbirri... Una carozza... (Puccini) • Votre toast, je peux vous le rendre (Bizet).
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