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Magda Olivero - A Recital With Magda Olivero download album

  • Performer: Magda Olivero
  • Title: A Recital With Magda Olivero
  • Genre: Classical
  • Released: 1970
  • Style: Opera
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Magda Olivero - A Recital With Magda Olivero download album

Magda Olivero (25 March 1910 – 8 September 2014) was an Italian operatic soprano. Her career started in 1932 when she was 22, and later took her to opera houses around the world. Magda Olivero (25 March 1910 – 8 September 2014) was an Italian operatic soprano. Life and career Born as Maria Maddalena Olivero in Saluzzo, Italy, she made her operatic debut in 1932 on radio in Turin radio singing Nino Cattozzo's (1886–1961) oratorio, I misteri dolorosi. She performed widely and increasingly successfully until 1941, when she married and retired from performing.

Magda Olivero, née Maria Maddalena Olivero (25 March 1910 – 8 September 2014), was an Italian operatic soprano. She has been regarded as "one of the greatest singers of the twentieth century".

Magda Olivero (née Maria Maddalena Olivero, March 25, 1910) is a soprano of the verismo-school of singing. She was born in Saluzzo, Italy. Olivero made her operatic debut in 1932 on Turin radio in Cattozzo’s oratorio I misteri dolorosi.

The Italian soprano Magda Olivero (née Maria Maddalena Olivero), studied in Turin with Luigi Gerussi, Luigi Ricci and Giorgio Federico Ghedini. Magda Olivero began her career taking unfruitful auditions for Italian radio. Eventually accepted as a pupil by Luigi Gerussi, she finally made her radio debut in 1932 as Mary Magdalene in Nino Cattozzo's (1886-1961) rather obscure oratorio I Misteri Dolorosi. After further studies in Turin, she made her first stage appearance as Lauretta in Gianni Schicchi at the city's Teatro Victorio Emanuele.

THE indomitable and apparently indestructible Magda Olivero returned to New York for a recital in Carnegie Hall Saturday night. Her career is now in its 47th year, and the facts say that she will be 70 next March. If time has not exactly stood still for her, it has nonetheless moved slowly. She has made few concessions to age, tackling arduous roles and their high C's with power, brilliance and dramatic ferocity. There were no high C's at this recital. Instead, Miss Olivero displayed the subtler side of her art in a program of French and Italian arias and songs.

Album · 2005 · 19 Songs. By Renato Simoni, Giacomo Puccini & Giuseppe Adami - Francesco Merli, Magda Olivero, Gina Cigna, Franco Ghione, EIAR Chorus & EIAR Orchestra. 3. Turandot: Act III: Tu, che di gel sei cinta. 4. Adriana Lecouvreur, Act IV: Poveri fior. y Francesco Cilèa & Arturo Colautti - Magda Olivero, EIAR Orchestra & Armando La Rosa Parodi. 5. Adriana Lecouvreur, Act I: Io son l'umile ancella


A1 Adriana: Io Son L'umile Ancella ; Cilea
A2 Adriana: Povere Fiore: Cilea
A3 Bohème: Mi Chiamano Mimi ; Puccini
A4 Bohème: Addio Senza Ranco: Puccini
A5 Manon Lescaut: In Quelle Trine Morbide ; Puccini
A6 Manon Lescaut: Sola, perduta, abbandonata / Puccini
A7 Mefistofeles. L'altra Notte In Fonda Il [i.e. Al.] Mare / Boito
B1 Medea. Dei Tuoi Figli / Cherubini
B2 La Traviata. Addio Del Passato / Verdi -
B3 Agnus Dei / Bizet
B4 L'amore è Una Cosa Mer[a]vigliosa
B5 Tristan und Isolde. Liebestod / Wagner


Heavy card sleeve with paste on LP details. "Recorded 'live, ' 1963-1968."
Magda Olivero, soprano, in part with other soloists; unspecified orchestras and conductors, sung in Italian.

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