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Galli-Curci* - Golden-Age Coloratura (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Mar 16,  · So, imagine my delight to find, when I was around 14, an RCA Victrola LP reissue called Amelita Galli-Curci: Golden Age Coloratura, that included her Bell Song along with eleven other gems that I didn’t know. I remember this as the first record I bought using my allowance.
  2. View all records by Amelita Galli Curci for sale on CDandLP in LP, CD, 12inch, 7inch format.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Art Of Galli-Curci on Discogs.
  4. Gwen Catley () was an extremely gifted British-born soprano who had unique talent in using the highest area of her voice, though the entire range is pure, liquid, and even. Hers is not as light a coloratura--nor as refined--as the late Rita Streich's, nor nearly as secure as Amelita Galli-Curci's/5(5).
  5. Aug 28,  · Electrical recording of the act 1 duet between Lucia and Edgardo. Galli-Curci is not quite % when compared to the record, but she still sounds pretty sweet to these ears. Long unissued.
  6. Listening to this record one understand where the moniker "Bel Canto" came from: technical perfection and honeyed timbre. Galli-Curci adds to this a good helping of dramatic performance. Listen to "Una voce poco fa" or to "Qui la voce" to see what I mean. Sound quality is as good as one may expect from a s or s Victrola cut/5(2).
  7. referencing Golden-Age Coloratura, LP, Comp, Mono, VIC Listening to this record one understand where the moniker "Bel Canto" came from: technical perfection and honeyed timbre. Galli-Curci adds to this a good helping of dramatic performance/5(3).

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