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HAYDN, Il Ritorno Di Tobia - Antal Dorati, Brighton Festival Chorus & Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

£29.99

Product description

Released by Decca in 1994. This is a 3 CD set, in case together with accompanying information booklet insert.

Tracklist:

CD1 Part 1 (beginning) 75:14
Pleta 27:35
Deh Modera 19:18
Che Disse? 28:25

CD2 Part 1 (conclusion) & Part 2 (beginning) 48:44
Somme Grazie 23:44
Oh Della 24:42

CD3 Part 2 (conclusion) 66:32
Che Soava Parlar 22:25
Ah Dove Corri 28:22
Qui Di Morlr Si Patra 15:26

Total Time: 190:30

Brighton Festival Chorus
Orchestra – The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

Alto Vocals – Della Jones
Baritone Vocals – Benjamin Luxon
Cello – David Strange
Chorus Master – Laszlo Heltay
Composed By – Joseph Haydn
Conductor – Antal Dorati
Double Bass – Jack McCormack
Harpsichord – Antal Dorati, Vivian Troon
Libretto By – Giovanni Gastone Boccherini
Mezzo-soprano Vocals – Linda Zoghby
Orchestra – The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Soprano Vocals – Barbara Hendricks
Tenor Vocals – Philip Langridge

Recorded December 1979, Kingsway Hall, London
Recording Producer: James Mallinson

All in very good condition.

Item details

Band/artist(s):
Antal Dorati, Brighton Festival Chorus & Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Catalogue number:
440 0382-2
Condition:
Used
Genre:
Classical, opera & popera
Label:
Decca

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About this item

Released by Decca in 1994. This is a 3 CD set, in case together with accompanying information booklet insert.

Tracklist:

CD1 Part 1 (beginning) 75:14
Pleta 27:35
Deh Modera 19:18
Che Disse? 28:25

CD2 Part 1 (conclusion) & Part 2 (beginning) 48:44
Somme Grazie 23:44
Oh Della 24:42

CD3 Part 2 (conclusion) 66:32
Che Soava Parlar 22:25
Ah Dove Corri 28:22
Qui Di Morlr Si Patra 15:26

Total Time: 190:30

Brighton Festival Chorus
Orchestra – The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

Alto Vocals – Della Jones
Baritone Vocals – Benjamin Luxon
Cello – David Strange
Chorus Master – Laszlo Heltay
Composed By – Joseph Haydn
Conductor – Antal Dorati
Double Bass – Jack McCormack
Harpsichord – Antal Dorati, Vivian Troon
Libretto By – Giovanni Gastone Boccherini
Mezzo-soprano Vocals – Linda Zoghby
Orchestra – The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Soprano Vocals – Barbara Hendricks
Tenor Vocals – Philip Langridge

Recorded December 1979, Kingsway Hall, London
Recording Producer: James Mallinson

All in very good condition.

Band/artist(s):
Antal Dorati, Brighton Festival Chorus & Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Catalogue number:
440 0382-2
Condition:
Used
Genre:
Classical, opera & popera
Label:
Decca

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