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CD11235 Walton Troilus et Cressida 1952 extraits Schwartzkopf

CD11235 Walton Troilus et Cressida 1952 extraits Schwartzkopf
Item# CD11235
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CD11235 Walton Troilus et Cressida 1952 extraits Schwartzkopf

From an Angel LP, here are Elizabeth Schwarzkopf, Richard Lewis et alia in several scenes from William Walton's opera Troilus and Cressida. Brief appearances from Marie Collier, Monica Sinclair, Geoffrey Walls, John Hauxvell & Lewis Thomas. The composer conducts the Philharmonia Orchestra in this 1955 studio recording, mono only. The EMI CD seems to be OOP except for Arkiv's CD-R reissue.

7 tracks as follows:

1. Act One: Is Cressida a slave? 2. Act One: Slowly it all comes back 3. Act Two: How can I sleep? 4. Act Two: If one last doubt 5. Act Two: Now close your arms 6. Act Three: All's well! 7. Act Three: Diomede! Father!



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