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Album: Highlights of the Met's 1966-67 Season (Recorded Live at the Met)

Artist: The Metropolitan Opera

  • Genre: Classical
  • Release Date: 2017
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 18

  • Copyright: ℗ 2016 The Metropolitan Opera

Tracklist For Highlights of the Met's 1966-67 Season (Recorded Live at the Met) By Artist The Metropolitan Opera

Title Artist Time
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Opening Night at the New Met â Milton Cross, Rudolf Bing, Thomas Schippers, Leontyne Price, Justino DĂ­az, Franco Zeffirelli & John D. Rockefeller III 6:42 USD 0.99
2
Opening Night at the New Met â Milton Cross, Sir Edward Downes, Lady Bird Johnson, Lotte Lehmann, Cecil Beaton & Marc Chagall 6:27 USD 0.99
3
Don Giovanni, K. 527: Don Otta Dame Joan Sutherland, Nicolai Gedda, The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra & Karl Böhm 6:23 USD 0.99
4
La Gioconda: E un anatĂšma! . Renata Tebaldi, Rosalind Elias, The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra & Fausto Cleva 3:46 USD 0.99
5
La Gioconda: Il mio braccio t' Renata Tebaldi, Rosalind Elias, Cornell MacNeil, Barry Morell, The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra & Fausto Cleva 3:03 USD 0.99
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La Gioconda: Vedi lĂ , nel can Renata Tebaldi, Barry Morell, The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, The Metropolitan Opera Chorus & Fausto Cleva 3:16 USD 0.99
7
Lohengrin, WWV 75: Du wilde Se Walter Berry, Christa Ludwig, The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra & Karl Böhm 6:29 USD 0.99
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La bohĂšme: Donde lieta uscĂŹ Teresa Stratas, The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra & Fausto Cleva 3:20 USD 0.99
9
La traviata: Pura siccome un a Robert Merrill, Anna Moffo, The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra & Georges PrĂȘtre 1:39 USD 0.99
10
La traviata: Non sapete quale Anna Moffo, Robert Merrill, The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra & Georges PrĂȘtre 4:30 USD 0.99
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La traviata: Ah! Dite alla gio Anna Moffo, Robert Merrill, The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra & Georges PrĂȘtre 4:41 USD 0.99
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Il trovatore: Tace la notte! Robert Merrill, Richard Tucker, Martina Arroyo, The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra & Francesco Molinari-Pradelli 5:33 USD 0.99
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Il trovatore: Di geloso amor s Robert Merrill, Martina Arroyo, Richard Tucker, The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra & Francesco Molinari-Pradelli 2:35 USD 0.99
14
Elektra, Op. 58, TrV 223: Ich Regina Resnik, Birgit Nilsson, The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra & Thomas Schippers 6:05 USD 0.99
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Elektra, Op. 58, TrV 223: Wenn Birgit Nilsson, Regina Resnik, The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra & Thomas Schippers 4:20 USD 0.99
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Elektra, Op. 58, TrV 223: Was Birgit Nilsson, The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra & Thomas Schippers 2:22 USD 0.99
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Mourning Becomes Electra: Forg Marie Collier, John Reardon, Evelyn Lear, Sherrill Milnes, The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra & Zubin Mehta 5:27 USD 0.99

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