Various - The Carnegie Hall Library Of Classical Music (Donizetti/Verdi 1797-1848 1813-1901) FLAC album
Genre: Classical music
Title: The Carnegie Hall Library Of Classical Music (Donizetti/Verdi 1797-1848 1813-1901)
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The Carnegie Hall Library of Classical Music - The Complete Collection of 30 volumes. Five 33 LPs in volume. 300 years of classical music. Below is a brief description of each volume.
DONIZETTI/VERDI, 1797-1848, 1813-1901. This set includes 5 LP Records with works from the Donizetti & Verdi Period (1797-1848 & 1813-1901). Set 12. Romantic era 1, 1800-1850. Chicago @ Carnegie Hall Record Lot Posters Photos Music. Carnegie Hall Library Of Classical-Wagner. Jorge Bolet Live At Carnegie Hall. Boy George Cheapness And Beauty Uk Lp.
Classical Jazz Sheet Music Books. BBC Music Magazine Awards. New & Future Releases. Pavarotti at Carnegie Hall. Luciano Pavarotti (tenor), John Wustman (piano). Release Date: 10th Oct 1988. Catalogue No: 4215262. Verdi, Giuseppe (1813-1901). Liszt: Sonetti di Petrarca (3) for voice & piano, S270. Scarlatti, A: Le violette. Schubert: Ave Maria, D839. Sibella: La Girometta. Stradella: Pieta, Signore. Recording Venue: Walthamstow Assembly Hall, London. Meco all'altar di Venere". Donizetti: Don Sebastiano, Re del Portogallo, Act 2. 5:59.
Water Music (excerpts). E1. –François Couperin. Carnegie Hall Library of Classical Music. High Baroque 1700-1750". 5 x LP. - Brown w/gold text outer cases identical across the series - except for text on spine - Pale yellow card stock sleeves identical across the series - All LPs stored in poly-lined white paper inner sleeves - A letter from AMEX VP included with each volume that gives a brief overview of the vol's content - Each volume includes 8-page booklet with extensive liner notes
Classical music is a great way to encourage imagination, movement and concentration. Here are our best classical music tracks for kids. Find this Pin and more on Teaching music by Catherine Sorensen. Franz Peter Schubert (1797 – 1828) was an Austrian composer. Schubert died at 31 but was extremely prolific during his lifetime. His output consists of over six hundred secular vocal works, seven complete symphonies, sacred music, operas, incidental music and a large body of chamber and piano music. Today, Schubert is ranked among the greatest composers of the late Classical era and early Romantic era and is one of the most frequently performed composers of the early nineteenth century.
Gaetano Donizetti Italie Domenico Gaetano Maria Donizetti (29 November 1797 ? 8 April 1848) was an Italian composer from Bergamo, Lombardy. Donizetti's most famous work is Lucia di Lammermoor (1835), and arguably his most immediately recognizable piece of music is the aria "Una furtiva lagrima' from L'elisir d'amore (1832). Along with Vincenzo Bellini and Gioacchino Rossini, he was a leading composer of bel canto opera. The youngest of three sons, Donizetti was born in 1797 in Bergamo's Borgo Canale quarter located just outside the city walls. Donizetti was not especially successful as a choirboy, but in 1806 he was one of the first pupils to be enrolled at the Lezioni Caritatevoli school, founded by Johann Simon Mayr, in Bergamo through a full scholarship. He received detailed training in the arts of fugue and counterpoint, and it was here that he launched his operatic career.
Most of the greatest performers of classical music since the time Carnegie Hall was built have performed in the Main Hall, and its lobbies are adorned with signed portraits and memorabilia. The NBC Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Arturo Toscanini, frequently recorded in the Main Hall for RCA Victor. 420-seat Carnegie Hall in Lewisburg, West Virginia. Carnegie Library and Theatre in Covington, Kentucky. 1928-seat Carnegie Music Hall on the main site of the Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh and the main branch of the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh. Carnegie Hall on the North Side of Pittsburgh, formerly known as Allegheny, Pennsylvania, attached to the Carnegie Library. Carnegie Music Hall attached to the Carnegie library in the suburb of Braddock, Pennsylvania. This was built as part of an 1893 addition to the Braddock Carnegie Library.
The Music Hall becomes Carnegie Hall The board of the Music Hall Company persuades Andrew Carnegie to allow the use of the name Carnegie Hall. Zankel Hall opens Zankel Hall opens in September with a three-week festival featuring classical, jazz, pop, and world music events. Carnegie Hall presents Rodgers and Hammerstein’s South Pacific Reba McIntire, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Alec Baldwin, and others appear in a special one-night-only concert production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s South Pacific on June 9.
|A1||–Gaetano Donizetti||Don Pasquale Act 1 (beginning)|
|B1||–Gaetano Donizetti||Don Pasquale Act 1 (conclusion)|
|B2||–Gaetano Donizetti||Don Pasquale Act 2 (beginning)|
|C1||–Gaetano Donizetti||Don Pasquale Act 2 (conclusion)|
|C2||–Gaetano Donizetti||Don Pasquale Act 3 (beginning)|
|D1||–Gaetano Donizetti||Don Pasquale Act 3 (conclusion)|
|E1||–Giuseppe Verdi||Rigoletto Act 1|
|F1||–Giuseppe Verdi||Rigoletto Act 1|
|G1||–Giuseppe Verdi||Rigoletto Act 1|
|H1||–Giuseppe Verdi||Rigoletto Act 2|
|I1||–Giuseppe Verdi||Rigoletto Act 2|
|I2||–Giuseppe Verdi||Rigoletto Act 3|
|J1||–Giuseppe Verdi||Rigoletto Act 3|
NotesCarnegie Hall Library of Classical Music
"Donizetti/Verdi 1797-1848 1813-1901"
5 x LP
- Brown w/gold text outer cases (with rounded spine) identical across the series - except for text on spine
- Pale yellow card stock sleeves identical across the series
- All LPs stored in poly-lined white paper inner sleeves
- A letter from AMEX VP included with each volume that gives a brief overview of the vol's content
- Each volume includes 8-page booklet with extensive liner notes
- Labels/pressing plants vary from record to record
LP1-5: Deutsche Grammophon (Italy)
See photos for detailed tracks & credits
"Set 28" on inner sticker
Unsure of exact year(s) of release, but mid/late-70s is my guess. These volumes were originally sent
one-per-month to customers