zaterdag 21 februari 2015

Fernando de Lucia 5: G&T's 1902-1909 (Rubini RS 305)


Het laatste deel van de 5 LP box met G&T-opnamen van de Italiaanse tenor Fernando de Lucia (Napels, 11.10.1860 - Napels, 21.02.1925), nu met opnamen uit 1907 en 1909.


Nr
Titel
G&T
Matrijs
Opname
Snelh.
Toon
Tijd
01
Gounod - "Roméo et Juliette": 2 Deh, sorgi il luce in ciel
2-52666
11164b
Herfst 1907
76
Gis
2:45
02
Verdi - "Luisa Miller": 2 Quando le sere al placido
052239
1445c
Herfst 1907
75
G
3:51
03
Rossini - "Barbiere di Siviglia": 1 Ecco ridente in cielo
052250
1442c
Herfst 1907
75
Bes
4:03
04
Rossini - "Barbiere di Siviglia": 2 Ah! qual colpo
+ Maria Galvany, sop.
54384
11168b
Herfst 1907
74
F
2:36
05
Sulla bocca amorosa
2-52698
13331b
1909 05 21
70
Bes
2:33
06
Era de maggio
2-52699
13332b
1909 05 21
70
c / C
2:41
07
Triste ritorno
2-52700
13333b
1909 05 21
70
C
2:19
08
Serenamente
2-52772
13334b
1909 05 21
70
F
1:54
09
Oilì, oilà
2-52722
13335b
1909 05 21
70
F
1:40
10
'O sole mio
2-52701
13336b
1909 05 21
74
G
2:14
11
Carmela
2-52773
13337b
1909 05 21
74
G
2:56
12
Nun me guardate cchiù
2-52723
13338b
1909 05 21
74
g / G
2:33
13
'A surrentina
2-52774
13339b
1909 05 21
74
a
2:45
14
Luna lù!
2-52724
13340b
1909 05 21
74
e / E
2:38

Fernando de Lucia, tenor
Maria Galvany, sopraan: 04
Rubini RS 305 sides I+J
Totale tijd:   37:28


Download mp3

2 opmerkingen:

  1. Fantastic work, I also have these Lp of Rubini. You have also the Lp Rubini and Belcantodisc on Dinh Gilly? Thank You so much

    BeantwoordenVerwijderen
  2. Thanks again Satyr - it's always a pleasure to hear De Lucia's records, more of a pleasure when they are well-transferred! This time through, it struck me that the 'unpleasant' vowel-sounds he uses from time to time are not a by-product of volume or pitch, but a definite choice he makes - a high-risk choice, to vary the tone he produces much more radically than you ever hear these days (and indeed rarely hear even on early records). Kauffman's Winterreise, for instance - magnificent, but the main variance is in volume & affect, not tone. Chaliapin was similarly a risk-taker, though his risks were in the way he used tone to generate drama, sometimes rather too much. Just a reminder to me of how very special De Lucia was - still my favourite tenor by a long way!

    David

    BeantwoordenVerwijderen