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Luigi Toffolo - Massenet: Thaïs; Puccini: Il Tabarro (Finale) album mp3
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    Luigi Toffolo
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    Massenet: Thaïs; Puccini: Il Tabarro (Finale)
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Massenet: Thaïs; Puccini: Il Tabarro (Finale).

Massenet: Thaïs; Puccini: Il Tabarro (Finale). 67 руб. EAN/UPC/ISBN Code 675754038342.

Title: Thaïs, IJM 237, Act II: "Signor, miserere di me, secondo la tua mansuetudine" (Le Monache). Download original 320Kbps, . 3 Mb, 04:12. Album: Massenet · Thais (2018). Artists: Жюль Массне, Luigi Toffolo, Orchestra del Teatro Giuseppe Verdi di Trieste, Coro del Teatro Giuseppe Verdi di Trieste, Orchestra del Teatro Giuseppe Verdi di Trieste, Luigi Toffolo, Coro del Teatro Giuseppe Verdi di Trieste. Жюль Массне, Luigi Toffolo, Orchestra del Teatro Giuseppe Verdi di Trieste, Coro del Teatro Giuseppe Verdi di Trieste, Orchestra del Teatro Giuseppe Verdi di Trieste, Luigi Toffolo, Coro del Teatro Giuseppe Verdi di Trieste - Thaïs, IJM 237, Act II: "Signor, miserere di me, secondo la tua mansuetudine" (Le Monache).

Il trittico: Il tabarro. I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. Hai ben ragione (Luigi). ben altro il mio sogno! (Giorgetta). Perchè, perchè non m'ami più? (Michele). Grove Music Online : "Late in 1921 Puccini replaced Michele’s original apostrophe to the Seine (‘Scorri, fiume eterno’) with a brief, tauter monologue, strictly concerned with the action (‘Nulla! Silenzio’), which thereafter became definitive. Operas by Giacomo Puccini.

The major surprise is conductor Luigi Toffolo, who apparently languished in the minors, but who leads a taut yet flexible performance. The theatrics are never tasteless, the musicianship is secure. Massenet is abused far more here by the many cuts (which leave the second half of the opera feeling especially like a highlights disc) than by the Italian translation. To be honest, librettist Louis Gallet's poetics do not deserve enormous respect, and it is often preferable to hear Italians caressing their own vowels rather than massacring those of their neighbors. To some adventurous listeners, even the provincial touches in this Thaïs - the Italian translation and the presence of an audience that conveys its perplexity, boredom and then some hard-won enthusiasm - will have a gritty, authentic feel that's more welcome than studio overrefinement.

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Luigi Toffolo - Primary Artist