Opera Arias (Tenor): Bjorling, Jussi - Mascagni, P. - Puccini, G. - Gounod, C.-F. - Godard, B. - Verdi, G. - Bizet, G. (1948-1951) Jussi Björling, Nils Grevillius, The Royal Orchestra, Stockholm Concert Association Orchestra, Anna-Lisa Bjorling, Swedish Radio Orchestra, Robert Merrill, Renato Cellini, The RCA Victor Orchestra & Emil Markov Classical Music 2002 New Songs Albums Artists Singles Videos Musicians Remixes Image

Album: Opera Arias (Tenor): Bjorling, Jussi - Mascagni, P. - Puccini, G. - Gounod, C.-F. - Godard, B. - Verdi, G. - Bizet, G. (1948-1951)

Artist: Jussi Björling, Nils Grevillius, The Royal Orchestra, Stockholm Concert Association Orchestra, Anna-Lisa Bjorling, Swedish Radio Orchestra, Robert Merrill, Renato Cellini, The RCA Victor Orchestra & Emil Markov

  • Genre: Classical
  • Release Date: 2002
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 18

  • Copyright: ℗ 2002 IDIS

Tracklist For Opera Arias (Tenor): Bjorling, Jussi - Mascagni, P. - Puccini, G. - Gounod, C.-F. - Godard, B. - Verdi, G. - Bizet, G. (1948-1951) By Artist Jussi Björling, Nils Grevillius, The Royal Orchestra, Stockholm Concert Association Orchestra, Anna-Lisa Bjorling, Swedish Radio Orchestra, Robert Merrill, Renato Cellini, The RCA Victor Orchestra & Emil Markov

Title Artist Time
1
Cavalleria Rusticana: O Lola c Jussi Björling, Nils Grevillius & The Royal Orchestra 2:32 USD 0.99
2
Manon Lescaut, Act I: Donna no Nils Grevillius, The Royal Orchestra & Jussi Björling 2:21 USD 0.99
3
La boheme, Act I: O soave fanc Nils Grevillius, Stockholm Concert Association Orchestra & Jussi Björling 3:36 USD 0.99
4
Romeo et Juliette, Act I: Madr Jussi Björling, Anna-Lisa Bjorling, Stockholm Concert Association Orchestra & Nils Grevillius 4:22 USD 0.99
5
Jocelyn, Op. 100, Act I: Berce Nils Grevillius, Stockholm Concert Association Orchestra & Jussi Björling 2:52 USD 0.99
6
Tosca: Tosca, Act I: Dammi i c Swedish Radio Orchestra, Jussi Björling & Nils Grevillius 2:50 USD 0.99
7
Tosca: Tosca, Act III: E lucev Jussi Björling, Nils Grevillius & Swedish Radio Orchestra 3:07 USD 0.99
8
Don Carlo, Act I: Io l'ho perd Jussi Björling, Robert Merrill, Renato Cellini, The RCA Victor Orchestra & Emil Markov 10:30 USD Album Only
9
La forza del destino, Act III: Jussi Björling, Renato Cellini, The RCA Victor Orchestra & Robert Merrill 4:07 USD 0.99
10
Otello: Otello, Act II: O most Jussi Björling, Robert Merrill, Renato Cellini & The RCA Victor Orchestra 4:21 USD 0.99
11
Les pecheurs de perles (The Pe The RCA Victor Orchestra, Robert Merrill, Renato Cellini & Jussi Björling 4:33 USD 0.99
12
La boheme, Act IV: In un coupe Jussi Björling, The RCA Victor Orchestra, Renato Cellini & Robert Merrill 4:08 USD 0.99
13
Aida: Aida, Act I: Se quel gue Jussi Björling, Renato Cellini & The RCA Victor Orchestra 4:41 USD 0.99
14
La Gioconda, Act II: Cielo! E Jussi Björling, Renato Cellini & The RCA Victor Orchestra 4:23 USD 0.99
15
La boheme, Act I: Che gelida m Jussi Björling, Renato Cellini & The RCA Victor Orchestra 5:04 USD 0.99
16
Faust: Faust, Act III: Que tro Jussi Björling, Renato Cellini & The RCA Victor Orchestra 4:55 USD 0.99
17
L'Africaine, Act IV: Mi batte Jussi Björling, Renato Cellini & The RCA Victor Orchestra 3:30 USD 0.99
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Pagliacci, Act I: Recitar! Men Jussi Björling, Renato Cellini & The RCA Victor Orchestra 3:56 USD 0.99

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