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Various Artists - The Second World War Years : 1939-1945 mp3 download

Performer: Various Artists
Title: The Second World War Years : 1939-1945
Style: Vocal Music,Opera
Duration: 01:06:47
Released: February 6, 2006
Size MP3 version: 1104 mb
Size FLAC version: 1261 mb
Size WMA version: 1768 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 767
Format: MMF APE ADX DMF MP1 WMA
Genre: Classical

Various Artists - The Second World War Years : 1939-1945 mp3 download


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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Cançao do carreiro, for voice & piano (Serestas No. 8), A. 216/8 Heitor Villa-Lobos 4:19
Etudes latines, cycle of 10 songs for voice & piano
2 Belle lune d'argent Reynaldo Hahn 2:55
Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute), opera, K. 620
3 Ach ich fühl's Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 4:22
The Immortal Hour, opera
4 How beautiful they are Rutland Boughton 1:55
Villancicos españolas (10), for voice & piano
5 Villancico Vasco Joaquín Nin 3:06
Scipione (Publio Cornelio Scipione), opera, HWV 20
6 From the rage of the tempest Hear my ye winds and waves George Frederick Handel 4:07
7 Chanson provencale Eva Dell'Acqua 3:28
8 Le rossignol des lilas, for voice & piano (from "Melodies, Book II") Reynaldo Hahn 1:09
9 Amor Amaro for voice & vielle (fiddle) Anonymous, Italian 3:03
10 L' invitation au voyage ("Mon enfant, ma soeur"), song for voice & piano (or orchestra) Henri Duparc 4:06
11 Im heimlichen Dämmer der silbernen Ampel, for voice & piano (or orchestra) (from "Eva") Franz Lehár 4:44
12 Ist der Himmel darum im Lenz so blau?, for voice & piano, Op. 2/2 Hans Pfitzner 2:24
Die schöne Müllerin, song cycle, for voice & piano, D. 795 (Op. 25)
13 Der Müller und der Bach Franz Schubert 3:48
Fidelio, opera, Op. 72
14 Ha! welch ein Augenblick Ludwig van Beethoven 2:51
Der Freischütz, opera, J. 277 (Op. 77)
15 Hier im ird schen Jammertal Carl Maria von Weber 1:56
16 Flow, my tears, fall from your springs, for 2 voices & lute (Second Book of Songs) John Dowland 3:08
Les contes d'Hoffmann, opera in 4 acts
17 Scintilel diamant Jacques Offenbach 3:22
Dubrovsky, opera, Op 58
18 Give me oblivion Eduard Nápravnik 6:41
Mefistofele, opera in prologue, 4 acts & epilogue
19 Dai campi dai prati Arrigo Boito 2:22
20 Nebbie, song for mezzo-soprano & piano (or orchestra), P. 64 Ottorino Respighi 3:01

Credits

Alba Anzellotti - Soprano (Vocal)
Adolph Baller - Piano
Friedel Beckmann - Mezzo-Soprano (Vocal)
E. Bellinzona - Hurdygurdy
Berlin State Opera Orchestra - Orchestra
Pierre Bernac - Baritone (Vocal)
Umberto Berrettoni - Conductor
Karl Böhm - Conductor
Bolshoi Theater Orchestra - Orchestra
Webster Booth - Trombone
Geori Boue - Soprano (Vocal)
Georges Briez - Conductor
H. Robinson Cleaver - Organ
John Cockerill - Harp
Andre Collard - Piano
Suzanne Danco - Soprano (Vocal)
Giorgio Favaretto - Piano
Igor Gorin - Baritone (Vocal)
Nils Grevillius - Conductor
Hugo Hasslo - Baritone (Vocal)
Josef Herrmann - Bass Baritone
Elsie Houston - Soprano (Vocal)
Sergey Koussevitzky - Conductor
Ivan Kozlovsky - Trombone
Franz Lehár - Conductor
Giovanni Malipiero - Trombone
Dorothy Maynor - Soprano (Vocal)
Pablo Miguel - Piano
Gerald Moore - Piano
Oscar Natzka - Bass (Vocal)
Alexander Orlov - Conductor
Julius Patzak - Tenor (Vocal)
Francis Poulenc - Piano
Michael Raucheisen - Piano
Maria Reining - Soprano (Vocal)
Mado Robin - Soprano (Vocal)
Aksel Schiøtz - Tenor (Vocal)
Jytte Gorki Schmidt - Guitar
Paul Schöffler - Baritone (Vocal)
Bruno Seidler-Winkler - Conductor, Piano
Maggie Teyte - Soprano (Vocal)
Vienna State Opera Chorus - Choir/Chorus
Vienna State Opera Orchestra - Orchestra
Wiener Philharmoniker - Orchestra