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CD4049 Audran Grand Mogal 1969 paris

CD4049 Audran Grand Mogal 1969 paris
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CD4049 Audran Grand Mogal 1969 paris

* The premiere in Marseilles 1n 1877 was such a success (60 performances) that this operette was soon performed in New York in 1881 (as The Snake Charmer), Paris 1884 (with ballet added, not performed by ORTF), London-1884, Genoa 1892, etc. * Irma-Annick Simon; La princesse Bengaline-Lina Dachary * Le price Mignapour-Bernard Plantey; Joquelet-Aime Doniat * Le capitaine Crakson-Jacques Pruvost; Nicobar-Gaston Rey * Le grand Brahmane-Marcel Vigneron; Un officier du palais-Rene Lenoty * cond. Marcel Cariven, ORTF, June 29, 1969 * Track 8-Blanche Arral 1910 recording of the snake charming aria Kiribiribi * Arral under her real name Clara Lardinois sang this work in Brussels in 1887 and St. Petersburg in 1891. * She created in Paris 2 Audran works: La fiancee des verts-poteaux- 1887 and Le puits qui parle-1888

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