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Title:

Questa o quella

[Rigoletto. Selections]

Performer(s):

Alessandro Bonci.

Issue Number/Label:

29001: Edison Blue Amberol

Issue Number/Label:

29001: Edison Amberol

Year of Release:

[1918]



Audio:

Stream cylinder 1541: Download: MP3 file (2-4 MB) (Usage info)



Note:

Reissue of Edison 4-minute Amberol 29001.

Note:

Edison Blue Amberol: 29001.

Note:

Selections from the opera Rigoletto.

Note:

Year of relase from Edison Blue Amberol cylinders: U.S., special, and foreign issues, 1912-1929 / Allan Sutton, 2009.

Note:

Edison Blue Amberol Special Grand Opera Record.

Note:

Reissued in 1918 as part of the Royal Purple Amberol series.

Note:

Tenor solo in Italian with orchestra accompaniment.

Collection Information:

William R. Moran collection.

Personal Name:

Verdi, Giuseppe, 1813-1901.

Personal Name:

Bonci, Alessandro, 1870-1940.

Personal Name:

Verdi, Giuseppe, 1813-1901. Rigoletto. Questa o quella per me pari sono.

Personal Name:

Verdi, Giuseppe, 1813-1901. Rigoletto. Donna è mobile.

Subject:

Operas--Excerpts.

Original Item Location:

Special Coll., Performing Arts - Cylinder 1541 (Take 0)

 

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