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CD9692 Rimsky Korsakov Mozart et Salieri 1947 1951 1966

CD9692 Rimsky Korsakov Mozart et Salieri 1947 1951 1966
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CD9692 Rimsky Korsakov Mozart et Salieri 1947 1951 1966

In Russian: Moscow - 1947 - Samuel Samosud (c) Salieri: Alexander Pirogov - Mozart: Sergei Lemeshev

In Russian: Bolshoi - 1951 - Samuel Samosud (c) Salier: Mark Reizen - Mozart: Ivan Kozlovsky

In French: Paris Philharmonic - ~1956 - Rene Leibowitz (c) Salieri: Jacques Linolas - Mozart: Jean Mollien

In German: Dresden - 4 November 1980 - Marek Janowski (c) Salieri: Theo Adam - Mozart: Peter Schreier

In Hungarian: Hungarian State Opera - May 1986 - Miklós Erdélyi (c) Salieri: László Polgár - Mozart: László Márk

In English: Perth Symphony - 1987 - Myer Fredman (c) Salieri: Gregory Yurisich - Mozart: Thomas Edmonds

In Russian: London - 1927 - Excerpts with Fiodor Chaliapin as Salieri


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