Rossini: Arias For Contralto Ewa Podleś, Hungarian State Opera Chorus, Hungarian State Opera Orchestra & Pier Giorgio Morandi Classical Music 1996 New Songs Albums Artists Singles Videos Musicians Remixes Image

Album: Rossini: Arias For Contralto

Artist: Ewa Podleś, Hungarian State Opera Chorus, Hungarian State Opera Orchestra & Pier Giorgio Morandi

  • Genre: Classical
  • Release Date: 1996
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 8

  • Copyright: ℗ 1996 Naxos

Tracklist For Rossini: Arias For Contralto By Artist Ewa Podleś, Hungarian State Opera Chorus, Hungarian State Opera Orchestra & Pier Giorgio Morandi

Title Artist Time
1
L'Italiana in Algeri, Act I: " Ewa Podleś, Hungarian State Opera Chorus, Hungarian State Opera Orchestra & Pier Giorgio Morandi 4:27 USD 0.99
2
L'Italiana in Algeri, Act II: Ewa Podleś, Hungarian State Opera Chorus, Hungarian State Opera Orchestra & Pier Giorgio Morandi 9:26 USD 0.99
3
Semiramide, Act I: "Eccomi alf Ewa Podleś, Hungarian State Opera Chorus, Hungarian State Opera Orchestra & Pier Giorgio Morandi 10:57 USD Album Only
4
Tancredi, Act I: "Oh patria… Ewa Podleś, Hungarian State Opera Chorus, Hungarian State Opera Orchestra & Pier Giorgio Morandi 8:46 USD 0.99
5
Maometto, Act II: "Non temer: Ewa Podleś, Hungarian State Opera Chorus, Hungarian State Opera Orchestra & Pier Giorgio Morandi 7:49 USD 0.99
6
La donna del lago, Act I: "Mur Ewa Podleś, Hungarian State Opera Chorus, Hungarian State Opera Orchestra & Pier Giorgio Morandi 10:05 USD Album Only
7
Il barbiere di Siviglia, Act I Ewa Podleś, Hungarian State Opera Chorus, Hungarian State Opera Orchestra & Pier Giorgio Morandi 6:10 USD 0.99
8
La Cenerentola, Rondo finale: Ewa Podleś, Hungarian State Opera Chorus, Hungarian State Opera Orchestra & Pier Giorgio Morandi 7:43 USD 0.99

Reviews For Rossini: Arias For Contralto By Artist Ewa Podleś, Hungarian State Opera Chorus, Hungarian State Opera Orchestra & Pier Giorgio Morandi

  • A must for Rossini fans

    4
    By Dondalinger
    Podles is a rare and amazing singer. Having heard her first on her Russian Arias album, this Rossini album was a bit of a surprise. The Russiona album features a voice of freakish size and depth. She has a timbre that is frighteningly masculine and range and power to match. But here she has slimmed back her size and sings coloratura of great accuracy. Podles is just one of those "do everythin" singers and she really proves her versitility here. Her tone might not be to everyone's liking since it is so large and dark but I think this album is worth a listening to.

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