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The N.Y. Grand Opera Chorus, Gounod - Faust - Kermesse Scene FLAC album


Performer: The N.Y. Grand Opera Chorus
Genre: Classical music
Title: Faust - Kermesse Scene
Country: USA & Canada
Released: 1911
Style: Opera, Choral
FLAC version ZIP size: 1360 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1732 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1961 mb
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 328
Other Formats: AA DMF ASF AAC MOD AHX ADX

Faust is an opera in five acts by Charles Gounod to a French libretto by Jules Barbier and Michel Carré from Carré's play Faust et Marguerite, in turn loosely based on Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's Faust, Part One. It debuted at the Théâtre Lyrique on the Boulevard du Temple in Paris on 19 March 1859, with influential sets designed by Charles-Antoine Cambon and Joseph Thierry, Jean Émile Daran, Édouard Desplechin, and Philippe Chaperon.

Cynical/Sarcastic Demonic Theatrical Triumphant. Act Two - La Kermesse: Grand Chorus. 6. Act Two - La Kermesse: Scene And Recitative.

FAUST de Gounod : Choeurs Partie 4/14 Ainsi que la brise légère. Pro. 10 parts, 12 pages, 02:25, 3 years ago, 936 views. Composée pour soprano, ténor et basse, chœur mixte et grand orchestre, elle a été créée le 22 (ou le 29) novembre 1855 à l'église Saint-Eustache de Paris1, à l'occasion de la fête de sainte Cécile, patronne des musiciens. Gounod - Ave, Regina coelorum (mezzo, baritone & organ). First part of the chorus, taking place at the beginning of the 4th Act in the Faust opera written by Charles Gounod (the 2nd part is even more famous: "Gloire immortelle de nos aieux" and will come later). Made for Tenors and Basses, it happens when Valentin is back from war and Marguerite had an affair with Faust.

Gounod: Faust - Kermesse chorus conducted by Lionel Sow. 05:48. Finally, Lionel Sow conducts two opera extracts, the Choeur de la Kermesse from Gounod’s Faust, and Les voici, voici la quadrille from Bizet’s Carmen. Philippe Hersant Viderunt Omnes (commissioned by Radio France, world première).

grand opera in five acts by Charles Gounod. Faust by Gounod Act 4 scene 3 design by Cambon - Essai sur l'histoire du theatre p553. jpg 980 1,524; 329 KB. Faust by Gounod Act1 1864 Covent Garden lithograph NGO2p132. jpg 1,364 1,173; 470 KB. Faust by Gounod Act3 1859 engraving by Lamy NGO2p134. jpg 1,364 1,020; 454 KB. Faust grand opera. jpg 271 369; 26 KB. Faust, Kungliga Operan 1864. Gounod - Faust - Setting for garden scene at Paris Opéra - Paul Boyer & Bert - The Victrola book of the opera. jpg 2,334 1,689; . 7 MB. Gounod - Faust - The death of Valentine - The Victrola book of the opera. jpg 2,199 2,952; . 3 MB. Gounod - Faust - The Redemption of Marguerite - The Victrola book of the opera. jpg 2,160 2,960; .

Gounod: Faust (Home of O. .has been added to your Basket. Includes FREE MP3 version of this album. Faust - Acte I - Scène 2 : A Moi Les Plaisirs (Faust, Méphistophélès). 7. Faust - Acte II - Scène 1 - Choeur De La Kermesse : Vin Ou Bière (Choeur, Wagner). 8. Faust - Acte II - Scène 2 : O Sainte Médaille (Valentin, Wagner, Siebe, Choeur). 9. Faust - Acte II - Scène 2 : Avant De Quitter Ces Lieux (Valentin).

'Salut Faust!''; indeed, to a large extent, ''Salut Faust!''. Richard Leech as the eponymous hero sings his part with the fresh, eager tone, the easy legato, the sense of French style that it has so badly been wanting all these years, certainly since Nicolai Gedda essayed the role on the now rather aged Cluytens/EMI set. Gedda's voice may be more lyrical, more liquid in the role, but Leech encompasses it with less effort, and creates a real character  . View record and artist details. Record and Artist Details.

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Faust - Kermesse Scene

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
74213 The N.Y. Grand Opera Chorus*, Gounod* The N.Y. Grand Opera Chorus*, Gounod* - Faust - Kermesse Scene ‎(Shellac, 10", S/Sided) Victor 74213 USA & Canada 1911
74213 The New York Grand Opera Chorus, Victor Orchestra* The New York Grand Opera Chorus, Victor Orchestra* - Faust - Kermesse Scene ‎(Shellac, 12", S/Sided) Victor 74213 US 1911