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Luisa Tetrazzini - The Art Of Luisa Tetrazzini (1871-1940) album mp3

Luisa Tetrazzini - The Art Of Luisa Tetrazzini (1871-1940) album mp3

  • Performer: Luisa Tetrazzini
  • Genre: Classical
  • Title: The Art Of Luisa Tetrazzini (1871-1940)
  • Style: Opera
  • MP3 version size: 1705 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1594 mb
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Luisa Tetrazzini (1871-1940) Verdi - Rigoletto, Caro nome Lyric: Caro nome che il mio cor festi primo palpitar, le delizie dell'amor mi dêi sempre.

Reprint of the 1909 ed. published by Metropolitan C. New York, under title: The art of singing, by Luisa Tetrazzini and Enrico Caruso.

Tetrazzini, Luisa (1871–1940). Italian coloratura soprano. Debuted in Florence, Italy, as Inéz (1890); debuted in . in San Francisco (1907), in Covent Garden, London (1907); with Enrico Caruso, published The Art of Singing (1909); published autobiography, My Life of Song (1921); published How To Sing (1923); sang farewell concert (1933). Coloratura soprano Luisa Tetrazzini enjoyed a long career as an international opera star. She was born in 1871 into a family of Florentine musicians; her father, a military tailor, provided well for his children and had them tutored in music and singing. Luisa claimed that she started singing at age three.

Tetrazzini, Luisa, 1871-1940). The Online Books Page hasn't yet cataloged the following titles: Caruso and Tetrazzini on the Art of Singing. You can also look up this author on The Online Books Page, which may list additional titles from other sites. This catalog page is provided by The Online Books Page, and the literature by Project Gutenberg.

Luisa Tetrazzini: Luisa Tetrazzini, Italian coloratura soprano, one of the finest of her time. In Florence, Tetrazzini studied with her sister Eva, a successful dramatic soprano, and at the conservatory, making her debut in 1895 as Inez in Giacomo Meyerbeer’s opera L’Africaine.

Luisa Tetrazzini (29 June 1871 – 28 April 1940) was an Italian coloratura soprano of great international fame. Tetrazzini's voice was remarkable for its phenomenal flexibility, thrust, steadiness and thrilling tone. She enjoyed a highly successful operatic and concert career in Europe and America from the 1890s through to the 1920s, but her final years were marred by poverty and ill health. Luisa Tetrazzini (29 June 1871 – 28 April 1940) was an Italian coloratura soprano of great international fame. Tetrazzini was born in Florence, the daughter of a military tailor. Reportedly, she began singing at the age of three.

Tetrazzini made her debut at Covent Garden in La Traviata in 1907, causing a sensation and becoming wildly popular in England. Called "The Florentine Nightingale," Tetrazzini was also extremely popular in the United States after her 1908 debut in New York and became a star of the San Francisco Opera. The famous dish "Chicken Tetrazzini" was named for her, though sources differ as to whether it was created in San Francisco or by Chef George A. Escoffier of The Savoy in London.

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"Lucia Di Lammermoor"
Composed By – Donizetti*
A1 Splendon Le Sacre
"La Sonnambula"
Composed By – Bellini*
A2 Ah Non Credea Mirarti
B Carneval De Venise
Written By – Benedict


  • Liner Notes – Keith Hardwick

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, label): HER 508A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, label): HER 508B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, runout, stamped): 023508A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, runout, stamped): 023508B