Feodor Chaliapine* ‎– II • Voix Illustres

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La Voix De Son Maître ‎– FALP 50029
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Aleko
A1 La Lune Est Haute Dans Le Ciel
Written-By – Rachmaninoff*
Le Barbier De Séville
A2 Acte I: Air De La Calomnie
Written-By – Rossini*
Faust
A3.1 Acte II: Le Veau D'Or
Baritone Vocals – Michael CozetteWritten-By – Gounod*
A3.2 Acte IV: Vous Qui Faites L'Endormie (Sérénade De Méphistopbélès)
Don Quichotte (Musique De Film De Jacques Ibert)
A4.1 Chanson Du Duc
A4.2 Chanson Du Départ
A5.1 Chanson À Dulcinée
A5.2 Mort De Don Quichotte
B1.1 Trepak (Des "Chants Et Danses De La Mort")
Written-By – Moussorgsky*
B1.2 Chant De La Puce
Written-By – Moussorgsky*
B2.1 Chant Des Bateliers De La Volga
Written-By – Chaliapine*, Koenemann*
B2.2 Le Long De La Peterskaia
Arranged By – Chaliapine*Written-By – Chant Populaire*
B3.1 Chant D'Amour Perse
Written-By – Rubinstein*
B3.2 O Could I In Song Tell My Sorrow
Written-By – Malachkine
B4 La Doute
Written-By – Glinka*
B5 Litanie
Written-By – Gretchaninov*

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Notes

Artist is listed as 'Chaliapine' on the front and spine (opening stick), and as 'Feodor Chaliapine' at the labels and back.

Released in a dowel-spine cover: the outer sleeve is made as a proper slipcase.
The inner sleeve has a black wooden pull-stick to slide it out of the outer sleeve.

Linernotes on the backside are completely written in french, same as on the labels.
All recordings made between 1926 and 1933.

This is Part Two in a series, Part One is Chaliapine* - Boris Godounov - Airs D'Opéras Russes

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: M6 230149 2XAE 10255 21
  • Matrix / Runout: M6 230766 2XAE 10256 21C
  • Rights Society: BIEM

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