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Boris Goldovsky - Mr. Opera album download
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Boris Goldovsky - Mr. Opera album download

Performer:
Boris Goldovsky
Album:
Mr. Opera
Style:
Miscellaneous (Classical)
Genre:
Duration:
01:08:16
MP3 archive size:
1815 mb
FLAC archive size:
1626 mb
Other formats:
XM FLAC ASF MP1 MMF MPC
Rating:
4.2
Votes:
256

Goldovsky Foundation. Introduction to Mr. Opera (spoken word). 2. Broadcast Introduction of Boris Goldovsky (spoken word). 3. Analysis of Carmen (spoken word). 4. Analysis of La Bohème (spoken word). 5. Analysis of Peter Grimes (spoken word). blue highlight denotes track pick.

Goldovsky Foundation 3530.

Italiano: Boris Godunov, in russo Борис Годунов, è un'opera lirica di Modest Musorgskij, su libretto proprio, basato sul dramma omonimo di Aleksàndr Sergeevič Puškin e sulla Storia dello Stato Russo di Nikolai Karamzin. E' la sola opera lirica completata da Musorgskij ed è considerata il suo capolavoro; oltre ad essere una pietra miliare della scuola russa ottocentesca, influenzerà in maniera non indifferente la musica europea di gran parte del Novecento.

Boris Goldovsky discusses the operas with musical and dramatic analyses on the piano. This selection begins with a spoken introduction by Sherrill Milnes. The "Carmen" broadcast is introduced by Milton Cross. This selection contains recordings of 3 Metropolitan Opera/Texaco Intermission Broadcasts with Boris Goldovsky: One from a performance of Bizet's 'Carmen' on March 10th, 1973; One from a performance of Puccini's 'La bohème' on January 20th, 1973; and one from a performance of Benjamin Britten's 'Peter Grimes' on March 24th, 1973. Boris Goldovsky discusses the operas with musical and dramatic analyses on the piano.

He has been called an important "popularizer" of opera in America. As an opera producer, conductor, impresario, and broadcaster he was prominent within the American operatic community between 1946 and 1985. He has been called an important "popularizer" of opera in America. He was born in Moscow to a well established Jewish musical family.

by Goldovsky, Boris; Cate, Curtis, 1924-. Publication date 1979. Topics Goldovsky, Boris, Opera. Publisher Boston : Houghton Mifflin. Collection inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. Digitizing sponsor China-America Digital Academic Library (CADAL).

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Introduction to Mr. Opera (spoken word) Boris Goldovsky 5:21
2 Broadcast Introduction of Boris Goldovsky (spoken word) Boris Goldovsky 0:32
3 Analysis of Carmen (spoken word) Boris Goldovsky 22:26
4 Analysis of La Bohème (spoken word) Boris Goldovsky 20:11
5 Analysis of Peter Grimes (spoken word) Boris Goldovsky 19:46