Callas, Maria: Callas A Paris

Callas, Maria SKU: 39515216
Callas, Maria: Callas A Paris

Callas, Maria: Callas A Paris

Callas, Maria SKU: 39515216

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Callas A Paris
Artist: Callas, Maria
Label: Vinyl Passion
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 8719039005734
Genre: Vocal

Vinyl LP pressing. Callas' recordings of French music are rare, exquisite jewels indeed. Singing the French version of Gluck's "Alceste", a role she had sung brilliantly in Italian, she dazzles with a dignified elegance and brilliant style for Gluck as well as crystal clear diction and perfect phrasing. Her "Carmen" breathes fire and is maybe the most dangerously sexy gypsy you'll ever hear. Saint-Saëns evil seductress "Dalilah" is sung with a totally different voice. Silken, husky and erotic, it is almost unbearable not to fall prey to this siren. Her Mignon is deliciously beautiful. But the highlight is her "Pleurez mes yeux". Callas finds colours and incredibly haunting pathos here.

1.1 Gluck - Orphée Et Eurydice ‘J’ai Perdu Mon Eurydice’ (Act IV)
1.2 Gluck - Alceste ‘Divinités Du Styx’ (Act I)
1.3 Bizet - Carmen ‘L’amour Est Un Oiseau Rebelle’ (Act I)
1.4 Bizet - Près Des Remparts De Séville’ (Act I)
1.5 Saint-Saëns - Samson Et Dalila ‘Printemps Qui Commence’ (Act I)
1.6 Saint-SaënsSamson Et Dalila ‘Amour! Viens Aider Ma Faiblesse!’(Act III)
1.7 Gounod - Roméo Et Juliette ‘Je Veux Vivre Dans Ce Rêve’ (Act I)
1.8 Thomas - Mignon ‘Ah, Pour Ce Soir… Je Suis Titania (Polonaise) (Act II)
1.9 Massenet - Le Cid ‘De Cet Affreux Combat... Pleurez, Mes Yeux! (Act III)
1.10 Charpentier - Louise ‘Depuis Le Jour’
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