Various – 1903 Grand Opera Series. 1903 Grand Opera Series (2xLP, Comp, Mono + Box). Columbia Masterworks. Columbia's 1903 Grand Opera Series (2xLP, Comp, Mono, RE, Gat).
The 1903 Grand Opera Series.
Others in the 1903 series yield their interests and other rewards, but the collector’s eye will already have gone to the final date in the headings: 1907. This refers to a kind of supplement in which ten items are added from later series in 1907 and 1905. Most delightful is Gilibert singing an old French song, Margaton, and most ‘significant’ is van Rooy’s Die beiden Grenadiere. But most thrilling, I find, are the two by Francesco (Augustin) Nubio.
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Various Artists - 1903 Grand Opera Series. List price Previous priceEUR 2. 0. Various Artists - 1903 Grand Opera Series. First Recordings of Opera : 1903 Grand Opera Series CD. EUR . PONCHIELLI "LA GIOCONDA" (Cerquetti,del Monaco) DECCA GRAND OPERA SERIES 2 CDs. 7. Various: 1903 grand opera series (CD).
This is a glossary list of opera genres, giving alternative names. Opera" is an Italian word (short for "opera in musica"); it was not at first commonly used in Italy (or in other countries) to refer to the genre of particular works. Most composers used more precise designations to present their work to the public