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Maria Callas - Volume 2 - Voices of the Opera Series. Maria Callas. Voice sheet music.

Translation

Maria Callas - Volume 2 - Voices of the Opera Series. Maria Callas. Voice sheet music.

Original

Maria Callas - Volume 2 - Voices of the Opera Series. Aria Collections with Interpretations. By Maria Callas. Vocal. 112 pages. Ricordi #MLR630. Published by Ricordi. HL.50485246. ISBN 0634069594. 9x12 inches. These two collections feature celebrated arias as interpreted by Maria Callas, arguably the most influential singer of the recorded era. In addition to a brief biography of Callas, each selection, in standard voice and piano format, is followed by notes which indicate the variants, breaths, fermatas, and all of the nuances that Callas employed to turn these arias into masterpieces of interpretation. A wonderful reference tool for vocal coaches, professional singers and voice students, these two books are also indispensible items for the libraries of all opera enthusiasts. Volume 2 contains. ANNA BOLENA. Al dolce guidami. MEDEA. Cherubini. Dei tuoi figli la madre. NABUCCO. Ben io t'invenni-Anch'io dischiuso un giorno-Salgo già del trono aurato. NORMA. Dormono entrambi. I PURITANI. Qui la voce sua soave. LA VESTALE. Spontini. Caro oggetto il di cui nome. LA TRAVIATA. Addio, del passato. Addio, del passato from LA TRAVIATA. Verdi. Al dolce guidami castel natio from ANNA BOLENA. Donizetti. Dei tuoi figli la madre from MEDEA. Cherubini. Ben io t'invenni from NABUCCO. Verdi. Ancho'io dischiuso un giorno from NABUCCO. Verdi. Dormono entrambi from NORMA. Bellini. Caro oggetto il di cui nome from LA VESTALE. Spontini. OH. S'IO POTESSI DISS PAR LE NUBI. Salgo giá del trono aurato from NABUCCO. Verdi.

Translation

Maria Callas - Volume 2 - Voices of the Opera Series. Aria Collections with Interpretations. By Maria Callas. Vocal. 112 pages. Воспоминания. Published by Ricordi. HL.50485246. ISBN 0634069594. 9x12 inches. These two collections feature celebrated arias as interpreted by Maria Callas, arguably the most influential singer of the recorded era. In addition to a brief biography of Callas, each selection, in standard voice and piano format, is followed by notes which indicate the variants, breaths, fermatas, and all of the nuances that Callas employed to turn these arias into masterpieces of interpretation. A wonderful reference tool for vocal coaches, professional singers and voice students, these two books are also indispensible items for the libraries of all opera enthusiasts. Volume 2 contains. ANNA BOLENA. Lead me to the sweet. MEDEA. Cherubini. The mother of your children. NABUCCO. Well I opened up too t'invenni-a-day I climb the already gilded throne. NORMA. They sleep either. I PURITANI. Qui la voce sua soave. LA VESTALE. Spontini. Dear object whose name. LA TRAVIATA. Goodbye, from the past. Farewell, the past from LA TRAVIATA. Verdi. Al dolce guidami castel natio from ANNA BOLENA. Donizetti. The mother of your children from MEDEA. Cherubini. Ben io t'invenni from NABUCCO. Verdi. Ancho'io opened a day from Nabucco. Verdi. Dormono entrambi from NORMA. Bellini. Dear object of that name from the vestal. Spontini. OH. If I could DISS PAR CLOUDS. Aurate giá leave the throne from NABUCCO. Verdi.