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CD83089 Sills in Louise - NYCO 1977

CD83089 Sills in Louise - NYCO 1977
CD83089 Sills in Louise - NYCO 1977
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CD83089 Sills in Louise - NYCO 1977

A member informed me that one link of the Louise performance I uploaded in July 2007 (and has been active ever since) has been deactivated. So I am listing the complete performance again with a new link for Act 4. For ease of upload (and so the requesting member can download the missing Act 4), I am leaving the links the way they were originally uploaded, an act per link:

Here in tribute to my beloved Beverly Sills in a performance of Charpentier's "Louise" from New York City Opera on March 6, 1977, the first of six performances of it she sang in that spring (Sills only sang one other single performance of the work, in October 1962, also at NYCO).

This in-house recording is clear with the voices slightly distance but still distinct. With a such a strong additional cast, it is a worthy performance of a rarely produced work.

Charpentier: Louise New York City Opera, March 6, 1977 Conductor - Julius Rudel

Louise - Beverly Sills Julien - John Alexander Mother - Frances Bible Father - Robert Hale

There are 40 (!) other named roles, all fairly small. Please don't make me key them all in :-) If someone needs a particular one, please let me know.



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