- Performer:Beniamino Gigli
- Title:Beniamino Gigli: Rare Recordings (1934-1949)
- Date of release:May 21, 2002
- Size FLAC version1688 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1236 megabytes
- Size WMA version1195 megabytes
- Formats:MIDI MPC DTS VOC MP4 AAC
Album · 2001 · 11 Songs. Andrea Chenier: Act IV: Come un bel di di maggio. By Umberto Giordano - Franco Ghione, Beniamino Gigli & Milan Teatro alla Scala Orchestra. 3. Andrea Chenier: Act IV: Salvo una madre. By Umberto Giordano - Milan Teatro alla Scala Orchestra, Beniamino Gigli & Franco Ghione. 4. Giovinezza, "Fascist Hymn". By Giuseppe Blanc - Milan La Scala Chorus, Milan La Scala Orchestra, Beniamino Gigli & Nino Antonicelli. 5. Manon (Sung in Italian): Manon, Act II: O dolce incanto. By Jules Massenet - Beniamino Gigli, Vincenzo Bellezza, Milan Teatro alla Scala Orchestra.
Beniamino Gigli speaks in Recanati (Speech). Frédéric François Chopin Composer. Inno alla patria, for orchestra Work. Stanford Robinson Conductor, Philharmonia Orchestra of London Orchestra, Beniamino Gigli Speech. 10. Inno alla patria, for orchestra. Stanford Robinson Conductor, Philharmonia Orchestra of London Orchestra, Beniamino Gigli Tenor. 11. Omaggio a Bellini, for orchestra. Naxos featured album.
Beniamino Gigli Rare Recordings ().
Opera in Two Acts Recorded July 1934 in Milan Libretto by Ruggiero Leoncavallo Side 4 is a compilation of Italian Songs recorded by Beniamino Gigli between 1934-1953. Other Versions (5 of 7) View All. Cat. Ruggiero Leoncavallo, Beniamino Gigli, Mario Basiola, Orchestra Del Teatro Alla Scala Conducted By Franco Ghione - I Pagliacci (Opera In Two Acts) (9xShellac, 12", Album).
One of the most beautiful recordings ever from any singer. Much better than his later recording of the aria (also posted on youtube, see the response). 3 January 2010 ·. youtube. Beniamino Gigli - Nessun Dorma (Studio Recording). Beniamino Gigli (March 20, 1890 - November 30, 1957) was an Italian singer, widely regarded as one of the greatest operatic tenors of all time. He was blessed with a voice of immense beauty and technical. com/watch?v xp OGri gnU.
Italian tenor, Beniamino Gigli, had received lessons from Agnese Bonucci, before he won a scholarship to the Liceo Musicale. His teachers were Cotogni and Enrico Rosati. In 1914 he won an international competition at Parma. On October 14, 1914, Beniamino Gigli made a successful début in La Gioconda at Rovigo. In 1915 his Faust in Arrigo Boito's Mefistofele was highly appreciated at Bologna under Tullio Serafin and at Naples under Pietro Mascagni. Spain was the scene of his first successes abroad, in 1917. His many recordings offer a complete portrait of his long career; outstandingly successful are the arias from Mefistofele, Martha, L'elisir d'amore, La Gioconda and Faust, duets with Giuseppe De luca from La forza del destino and Les pêcheurs de perles, and the complete recordings of Andrea Chénier and La Bohème.
By Beniamino Gigli, Rainaldo Zamboni, Vito Carnevali. Beniamino Gigli (Buenos Aires 1950). More Beniamino Gigli.
Beniamino Gigli was a tenor who had the most beautiful voice and his voice should be a bible to all the tenors. True that the recording is old, but it is worth listening from time to time. The mix on the album balances opera & song. He was one of the best interpreters of Neapolitan songs, having a more ringing style than Schipa and a more affectionate style than Corelli; perhaps di Stefano was a natural successor?
CreditsNino Antonellini - Conductor
Vincenzo Bellezza - Conductor
Oliviero de Fabritiis - Conductor
Mafalda Favero - Soprano (Vocal)
Franco Ghione - Conductor
Beniamino Gigli - Primary Artist, Speech/Speaker/Speaking Part, Tenor (Vocal)
La Scala Theater Chorus - Choir/Chorus
La Scala Theater Orchestra - Orchestra
Magda Olivero - Soprano (Vocal)
Rosetta Pampanini - Soprano (Vocal)
Philharmonia Orchestra - Orchestra
Daniela Pilarz - Liner Note Translation
Danilo Prefumo - Liner Notes
Stanford Robinson - Conductor
Rome Opera Theater Chorus - Choir/Chorus
Mário Rossi - Conductor
Gabriele Santini - Conductor
Teatro dell'Opera di Roma Chorus & Orchestra - Orchestra
|Roméo et Juliette, opera|
|1||L'amor, l'amor!||Beniamino Gigli||21:34|
|Andrea Chénier, opera|
|2||Come un bel dì di maggio||Beniamino Gigli||3:01|
|3||Salvo una madre||Beniamino Gigli||4:49|
|4||Giovinezza for voice & orchestra||Beniamino Gigli||3:17|
|Manon, opera in 5 acts|
|5||O dolce incanto||Beniamino Gigli||4:24|
|La forza del destino, opera|
|6||La vita è inferno all'infelice||Beniamino Gigli||6:22|
|Adriana Lecouvreur, opera|
|7||La dolcissima effige||Beniamino Gigli||4:05|
|Il Trovatore, opera|
|8||Di quella pira||Beniamino Gigli||2:05|
|9||Beniamino Gigli speaks in Recanati (Speech)||Beniamino Gigli||5:47|
|10||Inno alla patria||Beniamino Gigli||2:58|
|11||Omaggio a Bellini||Beniamino Gigli||4:16|