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Gilda Cruz-Romo - Arias de Verdi album download
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Gilda Cruz-Romo - Arias de Verdi album download

Performer:
Gilda Cruz-Romo
Album:
Arias de Verdi
Style:
Opera
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Duration:
01:08:39
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1183 mb
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1700 mb
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Gilda Cruz Romo, Verdi ‎– Arias de Verdi. Label: Urtext Digital Classics ‎– JBCC 265. Format: CD, Album, Remastered. Producer – Héctor Sosa. Remastered By – Sergio Azoños. Soprano Vocals – Gilda Cruz Romo.

Gilda Cruz-Romo is without a doubt the most significant soprano that Mexico has given to the world, with a brilliant career as a performer of the highest level in all major international stages, comprising more than thirty years of professional activity. Since her debut in 1962 at the Palace of Fine Arts in Mexico City, until her farewell recital in 1999, her magnificent spinto soprano voice, high volume and unmistakable timbre, her impeccable musicianship, her expressive capacity, histrionic ability and physical beauty, placed her in a prominent place among the singers of her time

Gilda Cruz-Romo (née Gilda Cruz, born February 12, 1940) is a Mexican operatic soprano, particularly associated with dramatic roles of the Italian repertory, notably Aida and Tosca. Born in Guadalajara, Jalisco, she studied at the Mexico City Conservatory with Angel Esquivel. She made her debut in Mexico City, as Ortlinde in Die Walküre, in 1962. Her international career took off with her debut at the New York City Opera in 1969, as Margherita in Mefistofele, opposite Norman Treigle.

Release Date: 10/28/2016 Label: Urtext Catalog 265 Spars Code: DDD Composer: Giuseppe Verdi Performer: Gilda Cruz Romo Number of Discs: 1 In Stock: Usually ships in 24 hours. Since her debut in 1962 at the Palace of Fine Arts in Mexico City, until her farewell recital in 1999, her magnificent spinto soprano voice, high volume and unmistakable timbre, her impeccable musicianship, her expressive capacity, histrionic ability and physical beauty, placed her in a prominent place among the singers of her time

Gilda Cruz Romo (soprano). Release Date: 28th Oct 2016. Catalogue No: JBCC265. Gilda Cruz-Romo is without a doubt the most significant soprano that Mexico has given to the world, with a brilliant career as a performer of the highest level in all major international stages, comprising more than thirty years of professional activity. Since her debut in 1962 at the Palace of Fine Arts in Mexico City, until her farewell recital in 1999, her magnificent spinto soprano voice, high volume and unmistakable timbre, her impeccable musicianship, her expressive capacity, histrionic ability and physical beauty, placed her in a prominent place among the singers of her time

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
Il Trovatore
1 Tacea la notte placida... Giuseppe Verdi Gilda Cruz-Romo 6:22
2 D'amor sull'ali rosee... Giuseppe Verdi Gilda Cruz-Romo 5:05
La Traviata
3 È strano... Sempre libera... Giuseppe Verdi Gilda Cruz-Romo 8:21
4 Addio del passato... Giuseppe Verdi Gilda Cruz-Romo 4:35
Luisa Miller
5 Tu puniscimi, o Signore... Giuseppe Verdi Gilda Cruz-Romo 3:03
La Forza Del Destino
6 Me pellegrina ed orfana... Giuseppe Verdi Gilda Cruz-Romo 4:16
7 Son giunta!... Madre, pietosa Vergine... Giuseppe Verdi Gilda Cruz-Romo 7:14
8 Pace, mio Dio... Giuseppe Verdi Gilda Cruz-Romo 5:54
Aida
9 Ritorna vincitor!... Giuseppe Verdi Gilda Cruz-Romo 7:33
10 Qui Radamès verrà... O patria mia... Giuseppe Verdi Gilda Cruz-Romo 6:39
Otello
11 Ave Maria... Giuseppe Verdi Gilda Cruz-Romo 5:17
Macbeth
12 La luce langue... Giuseppe Verdi Gilda Cruz-Romo 4:20