Ace of Diamonds GOS 585/7

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Label Ace of Diamonds (Decca Records)
Cat. no. GOS 585/7 (Re-issue of Decca GOS 585/7)
Order number GOS 585 (ZAL 8952, ZAL 8953), GOS 586 (ZAL 8954, ZAL 8955), GOS 587 (ZAL 8956, ZAL 8957)
Matrix/StamperID ZAL 8952 4G 112, ZAL 8953 6G ED 111, ZAL 8954 4G 111, ZAL 8955 4G 112, ZAL 8956 5G ED 111, ZAL 8957 4G 113
1st release date 1955?
1st recording date 21 June 1955[1]
Coupling date 1955
Cutout date unknown
Place of recording Redoutensaal, Hofburg Palace, Vienna (Republic of Austria)
Description GOS 585, GOS 586, GOS 587
Author(s)/Composer(s) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)
Lyricist(s) Lorenzo Da Ponte (1749-1838); the libretto is adapted from the The Marriage of Figaro (play) by Pierre Beaumarchais (1732-1799)
Music arranger(s) none
Conductor(s) Erich Kleiber (1890-1956)
Performer(s) Vienna State Opera Chorus and the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra; Cesare Siepi, Bass (1923-2010); Hilde Gueden, Soprano (1917-1988); Fernando Corena, Bass (1916-1984); Hilde Roessel-Majdan, Mezzo-Soprano (1921-2010); Suzanne Danco, Soprano (1911-2000); Alfred Poell, Baritone (1900-1968); Murray Dickie, Tenor (1924-1995); Lisa Della Casa, Soprano (1919-2012); Harald Pröglhöf[2][3], Bass (1920-1988); Hugo Meyer-Welfing[4], Tenor (1905-1969); Anny Felbermayer, Soprano (1924-2014)
Vocal range Figaro, valet to Count Almaviva (Cesare Siepi, Bass); Susanna, maid to Countess Almaviva (Hilde Gueden, Soprano); Doctor Bartolo (Fernando Corena, Bass); Marcellina, his housekeeper (Hilde Roessel-Majdan, Mezzo-Soprano); Cherubino, page of the Countess (Suzanne Danco, Soprano); Count Almaviva (Alfred Poell, Baritone); Don Basilio, music master (Murray Dickie, Tenor); Countess Almaviva (Lisa Della Casa, Soprano); Antonio, a gardener, uncle to Susanna (Harald Pröglhöf, Bass); Don Curzio, a lawyer (Hugo Meyer-Welfing, Tenor); Barbarina, daughter of Antonio (Anny Felbermayer, Soprano)
Title/Work Le nozze di Figaro, K 492 (1786) (opera)
Content Part 1: Overture Act 1 (Part 1): Cinque, dieci - Cosa stai misurando - Se a caso madama - Or bene, ascolta - Se vuol ballare - Ed aspettaste - La vendetta - Tutto ancor non ho perso - Via resti servita - Va là, vecchia pendante - Non so più
Part 2: Band 1: Act 1 (Conclusion): Ah, son perduto - Cosa sento! - Basilio, in traccia tosto - Giovani liete - Evviva! Evviva! Evviva! Non più andrai / Band 2: Act 2 (Part 1): Porgi amor - Vieni, cara Susanna - Voi, che sapete - Bravo! che bella voce Venite inginocchiatevi
Part 3: Act 2 (Conclusion): Quante buffonerie! - Susanna, or via sortite - Dunque voi non aprite? - Aprite, presto aprite - Oh, guarda il domonietto - Tutto è come io lasciai - Esci omai, garzon mainato
Part 4: Act 3 (Part 1): Che imbarazzo è mai questo - Crudel! perchè finora - E perchè fosti meco - Hai già vinta la causa - Vedrò, mentr'io sospiro - È decisa la lite - Riconosci in questo amplesso - Eccovi, o caro amico - E Susanna non vien! - Dove sono
Part 5: Band 1: Act 3 (Conclusion): Io vi dico, signor - Sull'aria (letter duet) - Piegato è il foglio - Ricevete, o padroncina Queste sono, Madama - Ecco la marica / Band 2: Act 4 (Part 1): L'ho perduta - Barbarina, cos'hai? Il capro e la capretta - Nel padiglione a manca - In quegli anni
Part 6: Act 4 (Conclusion): Tutto è dispoto - Aprite un po' quegli occhi Signora! ella mi disse - Giunse alfin il momento - Deh vieni, non tardar - Perfida! - Pian, pianin, le andrò piú presso (Finale)
Genre(s) Opera
FLAC Part 1 · Part 2 · Part 3 · Part 4 · Part 5 · Part 6
Ogg (Vorbis/Theora) none
PD CH 1 January 2016
PD EU 1 January 2026
PD USA 1 January 2019
PD INT 1 January 2026


References

  1. CHARM: Composer: MOZART, Work: Le nozze di Figaro, KV492, Performer: Wiener Philharmoniker, Date: 1955-06-21; Catalogue: Gray; CatNum: OS25022; Date: 1955-06-21; Venue: Wien, Redoutensaal; Label: Decca; Performer: Wiener Philharmoniker; Composer: MOZART; Title: Le nozze di Figaro, KV492; Performer: Lisa della Casa, soprano, Hilde Güden, soprano, Suzanne Danco, soprano, Alfred Poell, baritone, Cesare Siepi, bass; Staatsopernchor; Conductor: Kleiber, Erich; Producer_engineer: Andry/Brown, CSV of the record
  2. Großes Sängerlexikon, 4. Auflage, 2003, Saur Verlag, ISBN: 3-598-11598-9 (7 Bände), Karl-Josef Kutsch, Leo Riemens; Page 3774; wrong birthyear printed
  3. Discogs: Harald Pröglhoff (alias Harald Pröglhoff, Harald Pröglhof, Messr. Pröglhöf, Proglov); Operatic bass-baritone, born 8 July 1920 in Traismauer, Austria and died 21 December 1988 in St. Pölten, Austria., Link to the record
  4. Wien-Geschichte-Wiki: Hugo Meyer-Welfing; Hugo Meyer-Welfing, * 25. März 1905 Hannover, † 1. November 1969 Wien, Link to the record

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