Act I. Beg. - Ferdinando Paër* - Leonora (Ossia Lamore Conjugale) (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. PAER Leonora • Peter Maag, cond; Ursula Koszut (Leonora); Siegfried Jerusalem (Florestano); Giorgio Tadeo (Rocco); Edita Gruberová (Marcelina); Wolfgang Brendel (Giacchino); Norbert Orth (Don Pizarro); John van Kesteren Read more (Don Fernando); Bavarian SO • DECCA ELOQUENCE (2 CDs: Text and Translation) "Writing about Ferdinando Paer’s Leonora, Peter Maag, who revived.
  2. Visualizza riconoscimenti, recensioni, tracks e compra questa la Vinylpubblicazione di Leonora (Ossia L'amore Conjugale) su Discogs.
  3. Using the same subject matter as Beethoven did for his Fidelio, his opera is called Leonora and received its world premiere recording under Peter Maag for Decca, with a star-studded cast that included Siegfried Jersualem and Edita Gruberová. Here, it receives its first release on CD. The score was discovered by Maag in Parma, Paer’s birthplace.4/5.
  4. Leonora Lyrics: Leonora you are missed by the sun / I miss you too / So when the moon is done / Speak to me baby / Help me see the light / That light that you know so well / You soldier of the.
  5. Synopsis: Leonora has decided to enter a convent after hearing that her love Manrico has died in battle. The Count of Luna also loves her, though, and decides that if he steals her away from the convent, then she will love him. In this aria, he confesses his love of Leonora to the world.
  6. Leonora, Western Australia; Shire of Leonora, a local government area of Western Australia; Arts and entertainment. Leonora (opera), the original title of Ludwig van Beethoven's opera Fidelio, in which the heroine is named Leonora (or Leonore in German) Leonora, the opera by Ferdinando Paer based on the same source as the work by Beethoven.
  7. Mar 10,  · Ferdinando Paer, the Parma-born music director at the Kärntnertortheater in Vienna and a regular performer in Marie Therese’s private concerts, moved to another court in Dresden while Austria was at war with Napoleon. It was in Dresden that Paer finished his Leonora for the Empress in
  8. Check out Il trovatore, Act 4: "Udiste?" (Count di Luna, Leonora) by Maria Callas, Rolando Panerai, Orchestra del Teatro alla Scala di Milano, Herbert von Karajan on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on

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