Giordano*, Del Monaco*, Tebaldi*, Bastianini*, Chorus And Orchestra Of The Accademia Di Santa Cecilia, Rome, Gavazzeni* ‎– Andrea Chénier Highlights

Label:
Decca ‎– SXL 2014, Decca ‎– SXL.2014
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Vinyl, LP, Stereo
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Tracklist

Act 1.
A1 Quest' Azzurro Sofa ... Son Sessant' Anni
A2 O Pastorelle, Addio
A3 Un Di All'Azzurro Spazio (Improvviso)
Act 2.
A4 Ecco L'Altare ... Eravate Possente ... Ora Soave, Sublima Ora D'Amore
Act 3.
A5 Nemico Della Patria
B1 Carlo Gerard? ... La Mamma Morta ... Perduto!
B2 Andrea Chenier ... Si, Fui Soldato
Act 4.
B3 Come Un Bel Di Di Maggio
B4 Benedico Il Destino ... Vicino A Te S'Acqueta ... La Nostra Morte

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Notes

LABELS:
- Black/silver 'grooved wideband' labels
- "ORIGINAL RECORDING BY" at 11 o'clock
- "Made in South Africa" beneath "DECCA" at top centre
- "RECORDING FIRST PUBLISHED 1958"
- "B.I.E.M" in a box on both sides
- No speed indication on labels
- Matrix numbers printed upside-down

SLEEVE:
- Fully laminated
- 'Half-moon' flipbacks (aka scalloped)
- Black border on back
- Triangular "DECCA STEREOPHONIC" logo on front and on back
- Sleeve notes in English on back

CATALOG NUMBERS:
- SXL 2014 on sleeve
- SXL.2014 on labels

OTHER INFORMATION:
- Excerpts from the complete recording which was first issued in mono with cat# LXT 5411-2
- These highlights are the first stereo issue
- The complete opera was issued in stereo in 1960 with cat# SXL 2208-10
- Recorded July - August 1957 in Rome

Advertised as a new release in "Decca Stereo LPs for Issue 15th September", Gramophone magazine, September 1958.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A - machine stamped - this variant): ZAL-4043
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B - machine stamped - this variant): ZAL-4044

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