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29-09-2014, 13:25
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Maria Callas - Pure (2014)

Artist: Maria Callas
Title Of Album: Pure
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Warner Classics
Genre: Classical
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 77:45 min
Total Size: 178 / 300 MB


1 L’amour est un oiseau rebelle (Habanera) (Bizet Carmen) 4.27
Choeurs René Duclos / Orchestre du Théâtre National de l’Opéra de Paris / Georges Prêtre

2 Casta Diva (Bellini Norma) 5.35
Coro e Orchestra del Teatro alla Scala di Milano / Tullio Serafin

3 O mio babbino caro (Puccini Gianni Schicchi) 2.36
4 Ebben? ne andrò lontana (Catalani La Wally) 4.52
Philharmonia Orchestra / Tullio Serafin

5 Ah, fors’è lui (Verdi La traviata) 3.06
6 Sempre libera (Verdi La traviata) 3.59
Francesco Albanese tenor / Orchestra Sinfonica di Torino della RAI / Gabriele Santini

7 Vissi d’arte (Puccini Tosca) 3.18
Orchestra del Teatro alla Scala di Milano / Victor de Sabata

8 Un bel dì vedremo (Puccini Madama Butterfly) 4.44
Orchestra del Teatro alla Scala di Milano / Herbert von Karajan

9 La mamma morta (Giordano Andrea Chénier) 4.52
Philharmonia Orchestra / Tullio Serafin

10 Donde lieta uscì (Puccini La bohème) 3.24
Orchestra del Teatro alla Scala di Milano / Antonino Votto

11 Ecco: respiro appena. Io son l’umile ancella (Cilea Adriana Lecouvreur) 3.48
Philharmonia Orchestra / Tullio Serafin

12 Il dolce suono (Donizetti Lucia di Lammermoor) 2.58
Orchestra del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino / Tullio Serafin

13 D’amor sull’ali rosee (Verdi Il trovatore) 4.06
Orchestra del Teatro alla Scala di Milano / Herbert von Karajan

14 Ave Maria (Verdi Otello) 4.47
Orchestre de la Société des Concerts du Conservatoire / Nicola Rescigno

15 Una voce poco fa (Rossini Il barbiere di Siviglia) 6.21
Philharmonia Orchestra / Alceo Galliera

16 J’ai perdu mon Eurydice (Gluck Orphée et Eurydice) 4.25
17 Mon coeur s’ouvre à ta voix (Saint-Saëns Samson et Dalila) 5.20
Orchestre National de la Radiodiffusion Française / Georges Prêtre

18 Les tringles des sistres tintaient (Chanson bohème) (Bizet Carmen) 4.29
Nadine Sauterau soprano · Jane Berbié mezzo-soprano / Choeurs René Duclos
Orchestre du Théâtre National de l’Opéra de Paris / Georges Prêtre

Opera singers come and go, but just a few – the legends – live on. And Maria Callas was the greatest legend of them all, though not just for the wonder of her voice. She changed the way people thought about opera, but she also became famous as the glamorous celebrity who fell in love with Aristotle Onassis, leaving her elderly husband to live with him on his yacht Christina and enjoy the high life with the international jet set.
Of course it ended badly. She lived her life like one of her own tragic heroines who (as women tend to do in opera) sing, suffer and die. And her own death came at just 53, after a dazzling but short career that took in heavy roles alongside decorative, nightingale-like ones – ignoring the established rules of vocal health and probably explaining why her voice finally gave out as it did.
But in that time she did extraordinary things, using the muscle of those heavy heroines to empower the nightingales with strength and depth of feeling nobody had thought to offer them before. She gave them credibility as drama. Her performances were absolute and self-exposing: she held nothing back. And she was even tougher on herself than she could be on others – which is why her voice was never quite the flawless instrument singers are meant to cultivate. Her personality was far too volatile and too self-sacrificing in its love affair with risk.
In the mythology of opera, though, that’s what the audience demands. We want the diva to be both a goddess and a slave: to give her life for art. We thrill to the dimension of that sacrifice. And Callas dutifully obliged.
With high definition, you’ll be able to experience sounds which have only been heard up till now by people who were either present at Callas’s recording sessions, or who had access to the unique master tape,’ says Allan Ramsay, one of the team of engineers responsible for this remastering of all Callas’s studio recordings. ‘And digital editing software has become so sophisticated that we can correct problems which were insoluble even a few years ago. The listener will experience something as close as possible to the actual recording sessions.’

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singlemalt   User offline   29 September 2014 17:46

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Cineplanet   User offline   15 December 2014 22:43

The links are missing, all folders are empty 8 Re-upload, please!

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