TAC Show 4: Operatic Cantors and Cantors in Opera (1920-1960) Alberto Mizrahi, Studio Chorus, Anonymous, Max Helfman, Abraham Shapiro, Gershon Swet, Joseph Schmidt, Studio Conductor, Studio Orchestra, The RCA Victor Orchestra, Frieder Weissmann, Jan Peerce, RCA Victor Chorus, Warner S. Bass, Jack Barkin, Halevy Choral Society, Hyman Reznick, Sonia Kass, Chazn Sidney Shicoff, Abraham Ellstein, Sholom Secunda, Richard Tucker & Fausto Cleva Classical Music 2011 New Songs Albums Artists Singles Videos Musicians Remixes Image

Album: TAC Show 4: Operatic Cantors and Cantors in Opera (1920-1960)

Artist: Alberto Mizrahi, Studio Chorus, Anonymous, Max Helfman, Abraham Shapiro, Gershon Swet, Joseph Schmidt, Studio Conductor, Studio Orchestra, The RCA Victor Orchestra, Frieder Weissmann, Jan Peerce, RCA Victor Chorus, Warner S. Bass, Jack Barkin, Halevy Choral Society, Hyman Reznick, Sonia Kass, Chazn Sidney Shicoff, Abraham Ellstein, Sholom Secunda, Richard Tucker & Fausto Cleva

  • Genre: Classical
  • Release Date: 2011
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 13

  • Copyright: ℗ 2011 WFMT

Tracklist For TAC Show 4: Operatic Cantors and Cantors in Opera (1920-1960) By Artist Alberto Mizrahi, Studio Chorus, Anonymous, Max Helfman, Abraham Shapiro, Gershon Swet, Joseph Schmidt, Studio Conductor, Studio Orchestra, The RCA Victor Orchestra, Frieder Weissmann, Jan Peerce, RCA Victor Chorus, Warner S. Bass, Jack Barkin, Halevy Choral Society, Hyman Reznick, Sonia Kass, Chazn Sidney Shicoff, Abraham Ellstein, Sholom Secunda, Richard Tucker & Fausto Cleva

Title Artist Time
1
Program Introduction Alberto Mizrahi 1:37 USD 0.99
2
Introduction to Kaddish Sholei Alberto Mizrahi 0:43 USD 0.99
3
Kaddish Sholeim-Kiddush Studio Chorus, Anonymous, Max Helfman & Abraham Shapiro 7:34 USD 0.99
4
Ki Lekach Tov Gershon Swet & Joseph Schmidt 4:02 USD 0.99
5
Manon (Sung in German): Manon, Anonymous, Studio Conductor, Joseph Schmidt & Studio Orchestra 3:50 USD 0.99
6
Un ballo in maschera, Act III: The RCA Victor Orchestra, Frieder Weissmann & Jan Peerce 5:14 USD 0.99
7
Kol nidrei (arr. H. Russotto) Jan Peerce, RCA Victor Chorus, The RCA Victor Orchestra & Warner S. Bass 6:06 USD 0.99
8
Mizmor shir (arr. S. Kalib) Jack Barkin, Halevy Choral Society, Hyman Reznick & Sonia Kass 7:14 USD 0.99
9
La Juive, Act IV: Rachel, quan Jack Barkin & Sonia Kass 5:10 USD 0.99
10
Ahavas Olom Chazn Sidney Shicoff & Abraham Ellstein 7:31 USD 0.99
11
Yir'u Eineinu Anonymous, Sholom Secunda, Richard Tucker & Studio Orchestra 4:29 USD 0.99
12
Pagliacci, Act I: Vesti la giu Anonymous, Fausto Cleva, Studio Orchestra & Richard Tucker 5:08 USD 0.99
13
Studio Announcement Alberto Mizrahi 0:24 USD 0.99

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