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John McCormack a legendary performer.

Author: John McCormackEdwin SchneiderGeorge Frideric HandelWolfgang Amadeus MozartGeorges BizetAll authors
Publisher: RCA CRM 1-2472. ℗1977.
Series: Legendary performer collection
Edition/Format:   Music LP : Multiple forms : Operas : Songs : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Excerpts
Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
Music Type: Songs; Operas
All Authors / Contributors: John McCormack; Edwin Schneider; George Frideric Handel; Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Georges Bizet; Gaetano Donizetti; Alberto Bimboni; Robert Schumann; Sergei Rachmaninoff; F Paolo Tosti; J C Bartlett; M W Balfe; Liza Lehmann; Herbert Hughes; Beatrice Parkyns
OCLC Number: 4624467
Notes: Durations and discographical information on inner envelope; biographical and program notes by P.F. Dolan and notes on the re-recording process by T.G. Stockham ([8] p. ill.) inserted in container.
Performer(s): Principally songs and opera excerpts; John McCormack, tenor, principally with orchestra or Edwin Schneider, piano.
Event notes: Recorded 1910-1920; "digital restorations by Soundstream, inc."
Description: 1 audio disc 33 1/3 rpm. mono. 12 in.
Contents: Handel. Semele: O sleep! why dost thou leave me?--Mozart. Don Giovanni: Il mio tesoro.--Bizet. The pearl fishers: Mi par d'udir ancora.--Donizetti. The daughter of the regiment: Per viver vicino a Maria.--Bimboni. Sospiri miei, andate ove vi mando.--Parkyns. Le portrait.--Schumann. The singer's consolation, op. 127, no. 1 (Kerner)--Rachmaninoff. When night descends, op. 4 no. 3 (Fet)--Tosti. Venetian song (Stephenson)--Bartlett. A dream (Cory)--Balfe. Come into the garden, Maud (Tennyson)--Lehmann. In a Persian garden: Ah, moon of my delight (O. Khayyám)--Lehmann. Bonnie wee thing (Burns)--Hughes. Irish folk songs: The next market day; A Ballynure ballad. The bard of Armagh.
Series Title: Legendary performer collection

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