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Fritz Reiner, The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra And Chorus - Mozart - Marriage Of Figaro - Reiner (CD)

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  1. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, The Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Fritz Reiner: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, The Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Fritz Reiner - Symphony No. 40, in G Minor, K. / Symphony No. 41, in C, K. ("Jupiter") ‎ (LP) RCA Victor: LM US: Sell This Version.
  2. In , Victor Aitay emigrated to the U.S., where he joined Fritz Reiner's Pittsburgh Symphony for the season. After one year in Pittsburgh, Aitay joined the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra as an became a became associate Concertmaster in the season. Aitay remained with the MET until the end or the season.
  3. Jun 08,  · One of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's most well-known pieces, "The Marriage of Figaro," is performed here by an unknown symphonic orchestra. The picture is one of Mozart .
  4. Browse: Mozart - Le nozze di Figaro, K, CD This page lists all recordings of Le nozze di Figaro, K (The Marriage of Figaro) by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (). With the subtitle 'La folle giornata' ('The Day of Madness'), the opera was composed in
  5. Georges Bizet (Composer), Fritz Reiner (Conductor), The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra (Orchestra), & Format: Audio CD out of 5 stars 28 ratings See all 3 /5(28).
  6. Mozart: Le nozze di Figaro, K Myto: MCD Buy 2 CDs online. Cesare Siepi (Figaro), Nadine Conner (Susanna), Giuseppe Valdengo (Count), Victoria de los Ángeles (Countess), Mildred Miller (Cherubino) Orchestra and Chorus of the Metropolitan Opera House, New York, Fritz Reiner.
  7. This double CD containing a version of Le Nozze di Figaro has besides of Victoria de los Angeles presence, other outstanding and interesting features like Fritz Reiner, the conductor, and the three main male characters. This is the first live recording of Victoria de los Ángeles as Countess of Almaviva and was performed in the Met of New York on the
  8. But these Beethoven and Mozart peformances are outstanding. They're in the Toscanini mold, with razor-sharp execution, singing lines, and brisk speeds--virtues we're now expecting from the so-called "historically informed performance" crowd, but Toscanini and Fritz Reiner got there first and did it better/5(8).
  9. W.A. Mozart* - Philharmonia Orchestra And Chorus*, Carlo Maria Giulini ‎– The Marriage Of Figaro Label: Angel Records ‎– SCL, Book-Of-The-Month Records ‎– /5(1).

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