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Teresa Berganza Sings Mozart, John Pritchard - Teresa Berganza Sings Mozart album FLAC

  • Performer: Teresa Berganza
  • Title: Teresa Berganza Sings Mozart
  • Genre: Classical / Soundtracks
  • Formats: APE MOD VQF RA AU ASF DXD
  • Released: 1963
  • Style: Opera, Classical
  • MP3 album: 1232 mb
  • FLAC album: 1577 mb
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Teresa Berganza Sings Mozart, John Pritchard - Teresa Berganza Sings Mozart album FLAC

sings arias by. MOZART. Le Nozze di Figaro, La Clemenza di Tito, Cosi fan Tutte. Gervase de Peyer: clarinet obbligato. Geoffrey Parsons: piano solo. The london symphony orchestra. conducted by John Pritchard. DECCA SXL 6045 STEREO, Black-Silver Wide Band With Groove Label. Original Recording by, made in UK 1963.

gatefold sleeve, john pritchard, london symphony orchestra, cover has discoloration at the edge, wear on cover.

Teresa Berganza studied at the Madrid Conservatory under the direction of Lola Rodrígues Aragón. Berganza made her debut in Madrid in 1955. d the role Dorabella in Cosi fan Tutte at the festival d’Aix-en-Provence and in 1958 she performed at the Glyndebourne Festival in the role of Cherubino in Le nozze di Figaro In the same year she made her debut at La Scala. One sings as one is: and Teresa Berganza is inwardness, musical delicacy, sensuality and fantasy made poetry, wrote Alfonso Sanz Valdivieso. That is Berganza's style. She is most closely associated with the roles of Rossini, Mozart, and Bizet. She is admired for her technical virtuosity, musical intelligence and beguiling stage presence. María Teresa Berganza was born in Madrid.

When Teresa Berganza auditioned in 1957 in Aix she had been refused everywhere else. But Gabriel Dussurget intuitively felt she had a Mozartian temperament. Dorabella, then Cherubino, Teresa Berganza will also be Zerline in Don Giovanni, immortalised on screen by Joseph Losey. To this gallery, she adds one of the most beautiful Mozartian mezzos, Sextus in The Clemency of Titus which she records with Karl Böhm and from which she interprets here the moving Parto, in 1967 at the Salle Pleyel accompanied by Serge Baudo. As beautiful as a Greek goddess, Teresa Berganza sings the Seven Popular Songs by Manuel de Falla. A re-creation in the real sense of the term, the collection takes up themes from the different provinces of the Iberian peninsula to compose the most authentic original composition: a model of national culture. Teresa Berganza Singer, Mezzo-soprano.

Teresa Berganza Vargas OAXS (born on 16 March 1933) is a Spanish mezzo-soprano. She is admired for her technical virtuosity, musical intelligence, and beguiling stage presence. Teresa Berganza was born in Madrid. She studied piano and voice at the Madrid Conservatory, where she was awarded first prize for singing in 1954. She made her concert debut in Madrid in 1955.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Non So Più (Act 1, Le Nozze Di Figaro)
A2 Voi, Che Sapete (Act 2, Le Nozze Di Figaro)
A3 Parto, Parto (Act 1, La Clemenza Di Tito)
Clarinet [Obbligato] – Gervase de Peyer
A4 Recitative: Ch'io Mi Scordi Di Te?, Aria: Non Temer
Piano [Solo] – Geoffrey Parsons
B1 Recitative: Temerari, Aria: Come Scoglio (Act 1, Cosi Fan Tutte)
B2 È Amore Un Ladroncello (Act 2, Cosi Fan Tutte)
B3 Recitativo: Ei Parte, Aria: Per Pietà (Act 3, Cosi Fan Tutte)

Credits

  • Conductor – John Pritchard
  • Liner Notes – Christopher Raeburn
  • Orchestra – The London Symphony Orchestra
  • Soprano Vocals – Teresa Berganza

Notes

First cat.nr. on cover, second on label.

''Flipback'' cover.
Orange/silver ''ear'' labels. Upper rim text states just ''Made in England''.

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