Gian Carlo Menotti - The Telephone album download
Gian Carlo Menotti (pronounced ; July 7, 1911 – February 1, 2007) was an Italian-American composer and librettist. Although he often referred to himself as an American composer, he kept his Italian citizenship. He wrote the classic Christmas opera Amahl and the Night Visitors, along with over two dozen other operas intended to appeal to popular taste.
This is the CD versión of the 1947 recordings of The Medium & The Telephone by Gian Carlo Menotti. THE MEDIUM: Recorded in New York, Oct 1947 Cast: Evelyn Keller (Monica), Marie Powers (Madame Flora (Baba)), Beverly Dame (Mrs Gobineau), Frank Rogier (Mr Gobineau) & Catherine Mastice (Mrs Nolan) Orchestra, Emanuel Balaban. THE TELEPHONE Recorded: October 1947 Recording Venue: New York City, USA Cast: Marilyn Cotlow (Lucy) & Frank Rogier (Ben) Orchestra, Emanuel Balaban. Other Versions (5 of 5) View All. Cat.
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paranormal events of The Medium. That points to the principal strength of Menotti, who generally wrote his own texts; he had a direct dramatic sense that may have been influenced by his experience of Broadway musical theater. The Telephone stands on its own; although its little story of a wedding proposal interrupted by multiple phone calls is slight, it is perfectly calibrated to the music (not to mention more relevant than ever), and it unrolls without missing a beat. L'Orchestra Filarmonica Italiana, Flavio Emilio Scogna.
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|–Marilyn Cotlow, Frank Rogier||Oh! Just What I Wanted|
|–Marilyn Cotlow||Lucy's Aria: Hello, Hello, Oh Margaret It's you|
|–Marilyn Cotlow, Frank Rogier||That was Margaret|
|–Marilyn Cotlow, Frank Rogier||Try Again and Again|
|–Marilyn Cotlow, Frank Rogier||It All Began On A Sunday|
|–Marilyn Cotlow, Frank Rogier||Oh! Where Has He Gone?|
|MM-726B||Gian Carlo Menotti||The Telephone (3x12", Album, Box)||Columbia Records, Inc.||MM-726B||US||1948|
|MM-726, MM 726||Gian Carlo Menotti, Marilyn Cotlow, Frank Rogier, Emanuel Balaban||Gian Carlo Menotti, Marilyn Cotlow, Frank Rogier, Emanuel Balaban - The Telephone - Volume B (3xShellac, 12", Album)||Columbia Masterworks, Columbia Masterworks||MM-726, MM 726||US||1948|