- Performer:Carlo Bergonzi
- Title:Weihnachten mit Carlo Bergonzi
- Style:Vocal Music,Christmas,Holidays
- Date of release:October 22, 1984
- Size FLAC version1124 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1396 megabytes
- Size WMA version1846 megabytes
- Formats:MP2 ASF AUD MOD AHX RA
Album · 2016 · 13 Songs. ORF ster Wien, Paul Angerer, Carlo Bergonzi & Gumpoldskirchner Spatzen Children's Choir. Carlo Bergonzi, ORF ster Wien & Paul Angerer.
While the influence of Guarneri is evident in Bergonzi's work, his physical proximity to Vincenzo. In any case, Bergonzi was probably working independently by the 1720s. Carlo's son Michele Angelo and grandson Nicolo continued the violin making tradition until about 1800, though they never achieved the same degree of finesse.
Carlo Bergonzi (21 December 1683 – 9 February 1747) was an Italian luthier and is the first and most noted member of the Bergonzi family, an illustrious group of luthiers from Cremona, Italy, a city with a rich tradition of stringed instrument makers. Today his instruments are highly valued for their workmanship and tone. Although he was historically assumed to have first apprenticed with Hieronymus Amati or Antonio Stradivari, he is now known to have been the student of Vincenzo Rugeri.
Carlo Bergonzi (13 July 1924 – 25 July 2014) was an Italian operatic tenor. Although he performed and recorded some bel canto and verismo roles, he was above all associated with the operas of Giuseppe Verdi, including a large number of the composer's lesser known works that he helped revive. Additionally, he sang more than forty other roles throughout his career. Bergonzi is considered one of the 20th century’s most distinguished operatic tenors. Additionally, he sang more than forty other roles throughout his career Carlo Bergonzi. Carlo Bergonzi in front of Carnegie Hall in New York, 1994. 13 July 1924 Polesine Parmense, Italy.
ロフィール: Born: 13th July 1924 Vidalenzo near Polesine Parmense, Parma, Italy Died: 25th July 2014 Milan, Italy Italian operatic tenor.
CreditsPaul Angerer - Conductor
Austrian Radio Symphony Orchestra - Orchestra
Johann Sebastian Bach - Composer
Carlo Bergonzi - Performer, Primary Artist, Tenor (Vocal)
Annette Kramer - Design
Gottfried Kraus - Recording Supervision
Ulrich Kraus - Editing
ORF Symphony Orchestra - Primary Artist
Jorg Polzin - Editing
Eva Maria Stöger - Editing
Roswitha Stützel - Coordination
Alfred Zavrel - Engineer
|1||Stille Nacht, heilige Nacht (Silent Night) Franz Gruber||Carlo Bergonzi||4:47|
|2||O Tannenbaum (O Christmas Tree) (German) Christmas Traditional||Carlo Bergonzi||1:52|
|3||Tu scendi dalle stelle (Italian) Christmas Traditional||Carlo Bergonzi||2:38|
|4||Ave Maria, for voice & piano (after Bach's Prelude No. 1 from the Well-Tempered Clavier, Book 1) Johann Sebastian Bach / Charles Gounod||Carlo Bergonzi||3:08|
|5||Agnus Dei, for voice & piano (or orchestra) (Intermezzo from L'arlésienne Suite No. 2/6, arranged by Ernest Guirard) Georges Bizet||Carlo Bergonzi||4:11|
|6||White Christmas, song (from "Holiday Inn") Irving Berlin||Carlo Bergonzi||4:48|
|7||Adeste fidelis (O Come, All Ye Faithful) Carl Thiel||Carlo Bergonzi||3:49|
|Serse (Xerxes), opera, HWV 40|
|8||Ombra Mai Fu George Frederick Handel||Carlo Bergonzi||4:03|
|9||Wiegenlied ("Schlafe, schlafe, holder süsser Knabe"), song for voice & piano ("Mille Cherubini in Coro"), D. 498 (Op. 98/2) Franz Schubert||Carlo Bergonzi||4:05|
|10||Pietà, Signore (Agnus Dei), aria di chiesa (spurious, by Niedermeyer or Fétis) Alessandro Stradella||Carlo Bergonzi||5:32|
|11||Ellens Gesang III ("Ave Maria"), song for voice & piano, D. 839 (Op. 52/6) Franz Schubert||Carlo Bergonzi||4:45|
|12||Panis angelicus for tenor, organ, harp, cello & bass César Franck||Carlo Bergonzi||3:56|
|13||Wiegenlied ("Guten Abend, gut Nacht"), song for voice & piano, Op. 49/4 Johannes Brahms||Carlo Bergonzi||1:59|