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Ponselle, Rosa: American Recordings (1939, 1954)




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Disc 1


    Si tu le voulais (more info)
    Composed by: Francesco Paolo Tosti
    Romano Romani,
    Rosa Ponselle, soprano
    Recording date: 31 October 1939

  1. Si tu le voulais - 2:52


  2. A l'aime (more info)
    Composed by: Nicholas de Fontenailles
    Romano Romani,
    Rosa Ponselle, soprano
    Recording date: 31 October 1939

  3. A l'aime - 3:51


  4. 4 Songs, Op. 2 (more info)
    Performed by: Studio orchestra
    Composed by: Nikolay Andreyevich Rimsky-Korsakov
    Conducted by: Giulio Setti
    Clement Barone, flute
    Romano Romani,
    Rosa Ponselle, soprano
    Recording date: 31 October 1939

  5. 4 Songs, Op. 2: No. 2. The Nightingale and the Rose (Vostochniy romans: Plenivshis' rozoy, solovey) - 3:51


  6. When I have sung my songs (more info)
    Composed by: Ernest Charles
    John Aler, tenor
    Romano Romani,
    Rosa Ponselle, soprano
    Grant Gershon, piano

  7. When I have sung my songs - 2:04
  8. When I have sung my songs (unpublished take) - 2:18


  9. On Wings of Dreams (more info)
    Composed by: Anton Stepanovich Arensky
    Romano Romani,
    Rosa Ponselle, soprano
    Mischa Schmidt, violin
    Recording date: 1 November 1939

  10. On Wings of Dreams - 3:42


  11. Ellens Gesang III (Ave Maria!), Op. 56, No. 6, D. 839, "Hymne an die Jungfrau" (more info)
  12. Ellen's Gesang III (Ave Maria!), Op. 56, No. 6, D. 839, "Hymne an die Jungfrau" - 5:15
  13. Ellen's Gesang III (Ave Maria!), Op. 56, No. 6, D. 839, "Hymne an die Jungfrau" - 5:09


  14. Plaisir d'amour (more info)
    Performed by: Sinfonia of London Milan La Scala Orchestra
    Composed by: Jean-Paul-Egide Martini
    Conducted by: Dino Olivieri Douglas Gamley
    Patrice Fontanarosa, violin
    Beniamino Gigli, tenor
    Rosa Ponselle, soprano
    Igor Chichagov, piano
    Recording date: 27 April 1935

  15. Plaisir d'amour - 4:02


  16. Jeune fillette (arr. J.B. Weckerlin) (more info)
    Composed by: Anonymous Jean Baptiste Weckerlin
    Rosa Ponselle, soprano
    Igor Chichagov, piano
    Recording date: 17 October 1954

  17. Jeune fillette (arr. J.B. Weckerlin) - 1:41


  18. Beau soir (more info)
    Composed by: Claude Debussy
    Stephane Lemelin, piano
    Maggie Teyte, soprano
    Gerald Moore, piano
    Rosa Ponselle, soprano
    Igor Chichagov, piano
    Donna Brown, soprano
    Camilla Nylund, soprano
    Marita Viitasalo, piano
    Jean Stilwell, mezzo-soprano
    Robert Kortgaard, piano

  19. Beau soir - 2:36


  20. Good Morning, Sue! (Bonjour, Suzon!) (more info)
    Performed by: Studio orchestra
    Composed by: Theodore Baker Leo Delibes
    Ernestine Schumann-Heink, contralto
    Rosa Ponselle, soprano
    Igor Chichagov, piano
    Recording date: 17 October 1954

  21. Bonjour, Suzon! - 2:48


  22. 3 Chansons de Bilitis (more info)
    Composed by: Claude Debussy
    Leila Pfister, mezzo-soprano
    Judit Polgar, piano
    Maggie Teyte, soprano
    Rosa Ponselle, soprano
    Igor Chichagov, piano
    Wanda Brister, mezzo-soprano
    Mary Dibbern, piano

  23. 3 Chansons de Bilitis: No. 2. La chevelure - 3:33


  24. Carmela, "Carmen, Carmela" (more info)
    Composed by: Traditional
    Rosa Ponselle, soprano
    Gertrude Ross,
    Igor Chichagov, piano
    Recording date: 21 October 1954

  25. Carmela, "Carmen, Carmela" - 2:23


  26. Tonadillas al estilo antiguo (more info)
    Performed by: Studio orchestra
    Composed by: Enrique Granados
    Mercedes Capsir, soprano
    Maria Bayo, soprano
    Bryan Epperson, cello
    Malcolm Martineau, piano
    Rosa Ponselle, soprano
    Igor Chichagov, piano
    Isabel Bayrakdarian, soprano
    David Hetherington, cello
    Maurizio Baccante, cello
    Roman Borys, cello
    Simon Fryer, cello
    Roberta Jansen, cello
    Thomas Wiebe, cello
    Paul Widner, cello
    Winona Zelenka, cello
    James Parker, piano
    Recording date: 18 October 1954

  27. 15 Tonadillas al estilo antiguo: No. 8. El mirar de la maja - 3:22


  28. La Partida (more info)
    Performed by: Victor Orchestra
    Composed by: Fermin Maria Alvarez Enrico Caruso
    Conducted by: Josef A. Pasternack
    Gaetano Scognamiglio, piano
    Rosa Ponselle, soprano
    Igor Chichagov, piano
    Recording date: 17 October 1954

  29. La Partida - 4:11


  30. L'amor contrastato, "La molinara" (Highlights) (more info)
    Composed by: Giovanni Paisiello
    Nicolau De Figueiredo, harpsichord
    Veronica Cangemi, soprano
    Rosa Ponselle, soprano
    Igor Chichagov, piano

  31. L'amor contrastato, "La molinara", Act III: Nel cor piu non mi sento - 1:54


  32. Star vicino (more info)
    Composed by: Anonymous
    Rosa Ponselle, soprano
    Igor Chichagov, piano
    Recording date: 19 October 1954

  33. Star vicino - 1:47


  34. A vucchella, "Arietta di Posillipo" (version for voice and piano) (more info)
    Composed by: Gabriele D'Annunzio Francesco Paolo Tosti
    Rosa Ponselle, soprano
    Igor Chichagov, piano
    Recording date: 18 October 1954

  35. A vucchella, "Arietta di Posillipo" - 2:02


  36. Ideale (version for voice and piano) (more info)
    Composed by: Francesco Paolo Tosti
    Robert Kettelson, piano
    Renato Bruson, baritone
    Rosa Ponselle, soprano
    Igor Chichagov, piano
    Jussi Bjorling, tenor
    Frederick Schauwecker, piano
    Recording date: 11 April 1952

  37. Ideale - 3:47


  38. Marechiare (version for voice and piano) (more info)
    Composed by: Francesco Paolo Tosti
    Rosa Ponselle, soprano
    Recording date: 18 October 1954

  39. Marechiare - 2:56


  40. Fa la nana, bambin' (more info)
    Composed by: Geni Sadero Anonymous
    Tito Schipa, tenor
    Rosa Ponselle, soprano
    Recording date: 18 October 1954

  41. Fa la nana, bambin' - 2:47


  42. Dicitencello vuie (more info)
    Performed by: Royal Opera House Orchestra, Covent Garden Studio orchestra
    Composed by: Rodolfo Falvo
    Conducted by: Rainaldo Zamboni Dino Olivieri
    Licia Albanese, soprano
    Beniamino Gigli, tenor
    Giuseppe Di Stefano, tenor
    Rosa Ponselle, soprano
    Recording date: April 1953

  43. Dicitencello vuie - 3:22


  44. Could I (more info)
    Composed by: Gabriele D'Annunzio Francesco Paolo Tosti
    Rosa Ponselle, soprano
    Igor Chichagov, piano
    Recording date: 21 October 1954

  45. Could I - 5:01

Disc 2


    Amadis (more info)
    Composed by: Jean-Baptiste Lully
    Patrice Michaels Bedi, soprano
    Rosa Ponselle, soprano
    Igor Chichagov, piano
    Recording date: 16 October 1954

  1. Amadis, Act II: Bois epais - 3:16


  2. Rosemonde (more info)
    Composed by: Mario Persico
    Victor Hugo,
    Rosa Ponselle, soprano
    Igor Chichagov, piano
    Recording date: 17 October 1954

  3. Rosemonde - 3:30


  4. Guitares et mandolines (more info)
    Composed by: Camille Saint-Saens
    Rosa Ponselle, soprano
    Igor Chichagov, piano
    Recording date: 20 October 1954

  5. Guitares et mandolines - 1:35


  6. Le temps des lilas (more info)
    Composed by: Ernest Chausson
    Susan Manoff, piano
    Nellie Melba, soprano
    Maggie Teyte, soprano
    Sandrine Piau, soprano
    Rosa Ponselle, soprano
    Igor Chichagov, piano

  7. Poeme de l'amour et de la mer, Op. 19: III. La mort de l'amour: closing section, "Le temps de lilas" - 4:59


  8. 4 Gesange, Op. 43 (more info)
    Composed by: Traditional Johannes Brahms
    Karita Mattila, soprano
    Richard Bonelli, baritone
    Ernst Victor Wolff, piano
    Rosa Ponselle, soprano
    Igor Chichagov, piano
    Ilmo Ranta, piano
    Recording date: 18 October 1954

  9. 4 Gesange, Op. 43: No. 1. Von ewiger Liebe - 5:11


  10. Schichte Weisen, Op. 4: No. 5. Mir traumte von einem Konigskind (more info)
    Composed by: Richard Trunk
    Rosa Ponselle, soprano
    Igor Chichagov, piano
    Recording date: 18 October 1954

  11. Schichte Weisen, Op. 4: No. 5. Mir traumte von einem Konigskind - 3:12


  12. Erlkonig, Op. 1, D. 328 (more info)
    Composed by: Franz Schubert
    Wolfgang Holzmair, baritone
    Paul Ulanowsky, piano
    Frida Leider, soprano
    Johann Wolfgang von Goethe,
    Ernestine Schumann-Heink, contralto
    Michael Raucheisen, piano
    Burkhard Kehring, piano
    Jeno Jando, piano
    Lotte Lehmann, soprano
    Hilko Dumno, piano
    Johannes Kalpers, tenor
    Rosa Ponselle, soprano
    Gerard Wyss, piano
    Igor Chichagov, piano
    Dalton Baldwin, piano
    Gerard Souzay, baritone
    Johannes Martin Kranzle, baritone
    Katherine Hoffmann, piano
    Tamara Takacs, mezzo-soprano
    Hartmut Holl, piano
    Christian Elsner, tenor
    Recording date: 11 July 1947

  13. Erlkonig, Op. 1, D. 328 - 4:04


  14. In questa tomba oscura, WoO 133 (more info)
  15. In questa tomba oscura, WoO 133 - 3:26


  16. 4 Rispetti, Op. 12 (more info)
    Composed by: Traditional Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari
    Rosa Ponselle, soprano
    Igor Chichagov, piano
    Recording date: 20 October 1954

  17. 4 Rispetti, Op. 12: No. 1. Quando ti vidi a quel canto apparire - 1:12


  18. O del mio amato ben (version for voice and piano) (more info)
    Composed by: Stefano Donaudy
    Patrice Michaels Bedi, soprano
    Deborah Sobol, piano
    Beniamino Gigli, tenor
    Dino Fedri,
    Paul Armin Edelmann, baritone
    Marco Ozbic, piano
    Rosa Ponselle, soprano
    Igor Chichagov, piano
    Dalton Baldwin, piano
    Arleen Auger, soprano
    Recording date: 19 October 1954

  19. O del mio amato ben - 4:34


  20. Aprile (version for voice and piano) (more info)
    Composed by: Francesco Paolo Tosti
    Rosa Ponselle, soprano
    Igor Chichagov, piano
    Recording date: 18 October 1954

  21. Aprile - 3:00


  22. Amuri, Amuri (more info)
    Performed by: Milan La Scala Orchestra
    Composed by: Geni Sadero Anonymous
    Conducted by: Dino Olivieri
    Toti Dal Monte, soprano
    Rosa Ponselle, soprano
    Recording date: 3 January 1938

  23. Amuri, Amuri - 4:21


  24. I battitori di grano (more info)
    Composed by: Geni Sadero
    Rosa Ponselle, soprano
    Igor Chichagov, piano
    Recording date: 17 October 1954

  25. I battitori di grano - 1:16


  26. Drink to me only with thine eyes (more info)
    Composed by: Traditional
    Ronald Mallett, treble
    Alfred Capel Dixon, tenor
    Frank Hastwell, bass
    Ernest Lough, baritone
    Studio pianist, piano
    Rosa Ponselle, soprano
    Igor Chichagov, piano
    Recording date: 19th October 1954

  27. Drink to me only with thine eyes - 3:02


  28. The Night Wind (more info)
    Composed by: Roland Farley
    Rosa Ponselle, soprano
    Igor Chichagov, piano
    Recording date: 19 October 1954

  29. The Night Wind - 1:41


  30. Homing (more info)
    Composed by: Theresa del Riego
    John Aler, tenor
    Rosa Ponselle, soprano
    Igor Chichagov, piano
    Grant Gershon, piano
    Recording date: 19 October 1954

  31. Homing - 2:37


  32. Interview with Rosa Ponselle by Ruby Mercer (more info)
    Composed by: na Not Applicable
    Rosa Ponselle, soprano
    Ruby Mercer, voice

  33. Introduction and announcement of Lully's Bois epais - 1:24
  34. Comments on Persico's Rosemonde - 0:54
  35. Comments on Saint-Saens's Guitares et mandolines - 0:55
  36. Comments on Brahms's Von ewiger Liebe - 1:09
  37. Comments on Trunk's Mir traumte von einem Konigskind - 0:43
  38. Comments on Schubert's Erlkonig - 1:42
  39. Comments on Beethoven's In questa tomba oscura - 1:04
  40. Comments on Wolf-Ferrari's Quando ti vidi a quel canto apparire - 0:32
  41. Comments on Donaudy's O del mio amato ben - 0:53
  42. Comments on Tosti's Aprile - 1:06
  43. Comments on Sadero's Amuri, amuri - 0:49
  44. Comments on Sadero's I battitori di grano - 0:33
  45. Comments on Drink to me only with thine eyes - 0:59
  46. Comments on Farley's The Night Wind - 0:51
  47. Comments on Riego's Homing and concluding remarks - 1:53

Disc 3


    Le nozze di Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro), K. 492 (more info)
    Performed by: Porto National Orchestra Latvian National Symphony Orchestra Canadian Opera Company Orchestra Laval Symphony Orchestra Nicolaus Esterhazy Sinfonia Estonian State Symphony Orchestra Trois-Rivieres Symphony Orchestra Tampere Philharmonic Orchestra Capella Istropolitana Munich Chamber Orchestra Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra London Philharmonic Orchestra Berlin Symphony Orchestra Glyndebourne Festival Orchestra Montreal Metropolitan Orchestra Hungarian State Opera Orchestra Philharmonia Orchestra Tapiola Sinfonietta Vienna Mozart Orchestra Wurttemberg Philharmonic Orchestra Classical Arts Orchestra Milan La Scala Orchestra Dresden Staatskapelle Studio orchestra Grande Ecurie et la Chambre du Roy, La Linz Bruckner Orchestra Moscow State Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra Metropolitan Orchestra Mannheim National Theatre Orchestra
    Composed by: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart James Robertson
    Conducted by: Lodovico Zocche Marc Tardue Eri Klas Lawrance Collingwood Gilles Bellemare Marcus Creed Klaus-Peter Hahn Walter B. Rogers Fritz Busch Mario Bernardi Josef Krips John Pritchard Jacques Lacombe Jean-Claude Malgoire Peter Guth Michael Halasz Konrad Leitner Pier Giorgio Morandi Joseph Rescigno Richard Bradshaw Barry Wordsworth George W. Byng David Parry Alexandrs Vilumanis Hans Lowlein Frederic Chaslin
    Patrick Donnelly, baritone
    Annie Burgaux, soprano
    Jose Canales, vocals
    Stephanie Leclercq, vocals
    Rigoberto Marin-Polop, baritone
    Gaynor Morgan, soprano
    Rebecca Ockenden, soprano
    Isabelle Senges, mezzo-soprano
    Jean-Marc Thoron, vocals
    Manon Feubel, soprano
    Claudine Le Coz, mezzo-soprano
    Stuart Patterson, tenor
    Valerie Lecoq, soprano
    Galina Musurova, soprano
    Nellie Melba, soprano
    Maria Cebotari, soprano
    Elina Garanca, soprano
    Gabriele Sima, contralto
    Stephen Alltop, piano
    Patrice Michaels, soprano
    Pia Tassinari, mezzo-soprano
    Luise Helletsgruber, soprano
    Audrey Mildmay, soprano
    Elisabeth Schumann, soprano
    Tommi Hakala, baritone
    Maggie Teyte, soprano
    Eleanor Steber, soprano
    Martial Defontaine,
    Lina Pagliughi, soprano
    Renato Girolami, bass
    Bo Skovhus, baritone
    Janusz Monarcha, bass
    Peter Schreier, tenor
    Ruth Ziesak, soprano
    Natale de Carolis, baritone
    Roberto Frontali, baritone
    Aulikki Rautavaara, mezzo-soprano
    Constance Willis, alto
    Conchita Supervia, mezzo-soprano
    Christine Brewer, soprano
    Landon Ronald, piano
    Peter Koves, bass
    Edith Lienbacher, soprano
    Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, soprano
    Maria Pia Ionata, soprano
    Nicolas Rivenq, baritone
    Yvonne Kenny, soprano
    Ingrid Kertesi, soprano
    Jonathan Veira, bass-baritone
    Judith Howarth, soprano
    John Graham Hall, tenor
    Rebecca Evans, soprano
    Hubert Claessens, bass
    Marina Mescheriakova, soprano
    Frances McCafferty, mezzo-soprano
    Yvette Bonner, soprano
    Victoria Joyce, soprano
    William Dazeley, baritone
    Sarah Tynan, soprano
    Graeme Danby, bass
    Lado Ataneli, baritone
    Sophie Marin-Degor, soprano
    Laura Polverelli, mezzo-soprano
    Elfriede Trotschel, soprano
    Stuart Kale, tenor
    Donato di Stefano, bass
    Jorma Hynninen, baritone
    Andrea Martin, baritone
    Evgueniy Alexiev, baritone
    Tito Gobbi, baritone
    Jozsef Mukk, tenor
    Philippe Cantor, baritone
    Christopher Purves, baritone
    Judith Halasz, soprano
    Michelle Breedt, soprano
    Michael Roider, tenor
    Alexander Klinger, tenor
    Orsolya Safar, soprano
    Patrizia Pace, soprano
    Rosa Ponselle, soprano
    Lyne Fortin, soprano
    Igor Chichagov, piano
    Donna Robin, soprano
    Soile Isokoski, soprano
    Michael Schade, tenor
    Juliane Banse, soprano
    Christoph Poppen, violin
    Alain Trudel, sackbut
    Cornelia Ptassek, soprano
    Diana Montague, mezzo-soprano
    Danielle Borst, soprano
    Evelyne Brun,
    Allan Monk, baritone
    Gretan Laperriere, baritone
    Russell Braun, baritone
    Recording date: 26 October - 04 November 2002

  1. Le nozze di Figaro, K. 492, Act II: Voi che sapete - 2:48


  2. Gli tre cicisbei ridicoli: Tre giorni son che Nina (more info)
    Performed by: Victor Orchestra
    Composed by: Anonymous Enrico Caruso Vincenzo Ciampi
    Conducted by: Josef A. Pasternack
    Rosa Ponselle, soprano
    Igor Chichagov, piano
    Recording date: 19 October 1954

  3. Gli tre cicisbei ridicoli: Tre giorni son che Nina - 2:40


  4. An die Musik, Op. 88, No. 4, D. 547 (more info)
    Composed by: Franz Schubert
    Edwin Fischer, piano
    Charles Spencer, piano
    Paul Ulanowsky, piano
    Elisabeth Schumann, soprano
    Peter Schreier, tenor
    Karita Mattila, soprano
    Markus Eiche, baritone
    Jens Fuhr, piano
    David Miller, lute
    George Reeves, piano
    Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, soprano
    Jeno Jando, piano
    Lotte Lehmann, soprano
    Rosa Ponselle, soprano
    Igor Chichagov, piano
    Jose Van Dam, baritone
    Dalton Baldwin, piano
    Rudolf Jansen, piano
    Edith Wiens, soprano
    Gerard Souzay, baritone
    Tamara Takacs, mezzo-soprano
    Peter Rosel, piano
    Gundula Janowitz, soprano
    Ilmo Ranta, piano

  5. An die Musik, Op. 88, No. 4, D. 547 - 3:06


  6. Der Tod und das Madchen, Op. 7, No. 3, D. 531 (more info)
    Performed by: Studio orchestra
    Composed by: Franz Schubert
    Wolfgang Holzmair, baritone
    Nathan Berg,
    Ulrich Eisenlohr, piano
    Ernestine Schumann-Heink, contralto
    Jeno Jando, piano
    Julius Drake, piano
    Rosa Ponselle, soprano
    Igor Chichagov, piano
    Dalton Baldwin, piano
    Gerard Souzay, baritone
    Tamara Takacs, mezzo-soprano
    Mitsuko Shirai, soprano
    Hartmut Holl, piano
    Recording date: 1-8 October 1991

  7. Der Tod und das Madchen, Op. 7, No. 3, D. 531 - 2:54


  8. 5 Gedichte fur eine Frauenstimme, "Wesendonck Lieder" (arr. F. Mottl) (more info)
    Performed by: Maastricht Limburg Symphony Orchestra
    Composed by: Richard Wagner
    Conducted by: Ed Spanjaard
    Frida Leider, soprano
    Charlotte Margiono, soprano
    Felix Mottl,
    Jeno Jando, piano
    Rosa Ponselle, soprano
    Igor Chichagov, piano
    John Newmark, piano
    Maureen Forrester, contralto
    Tamara Takacs, mezzo-soprano
    Recording date: 12 May and 14 November 1989

  9. 5 Gedichte fur eine Frauenstimme, Op. 91, "Wesendonck Lieder": No. 5. Traume - 5:06


  10. 4 Lieder, Op. 27, TrV 170 (more info)
  11. 4 Lieder, Op. 27, TrV 170: No. 4. Morgen - 4:06


  12. 6 Romances, Op. 6 (text by L.A. Mey) (more info)
    Performed by: Victor Orchestra
    Composed by: Enrico Caruso Pyotr Il'yich Tchaikovsky
    Conducted by: Josef A. Pasternack
    Ljuba Orfenova, piano
    Janina Fialkowska, piano
    Dmitri Hvorostovsky, baritone
    Nathan Milstein, violin
    Ljuba Kazarnovskaya, soprano
    Gibner King, piano
    Ezio Pinza, bass
    Rosa Ponselle, soprano
    Igor Chichagov, piano
    Ivari Ilja, piano
    Joanne Kolomyjec, soprano
    Recording date: 16 October 1954

  13. 6 Romances, Op. 6: No. 6. Nur wer die Sehnsucht kennt (None but the Lonely Heart) - 3:26


  14. L'Invitation au voyage (more info)
    Performed by: London Symphony Orchestra
    Composed by: Henri Duparc
    Bernard Kruysen, baritone
    Maggie Teyte, soprano
    Karita Mattila, soprano
    Paul Groves, tenor
    Leslie Howard,
    Martin Katz, piano
    Noel Lee, piano
    Helmut Deutsch,
    Konrad Jarnot, baritone
    Roger Vignoles, piano
    Rosa Ponselle, soprano
    Gerald Finley, baritone
    Lyne Fortin, soprano
    Igor Chichagov, piano
    Micheal MacMahon, piano
    Louis Quilico, baritone
    Christina Petrowska-Quilico, piano
    Dalton Baldwin, piano
    Gerard Souzay, baritone
    Stephen Ralls, piano
    Recording date: 17 October 1954

  15. L'Invitation au voyage - 4:30


  16. Psyche (more info)
    Composed by: Emile Paladilhe
    Paul Ulanowsky, piano
    Maggie Teyte, soprano
    Gerald Moore, piano
    Lotte Lehmann, soprano
    Rosa Ponselle, soprano
    Igor Chichagov, piano
    Recording date: 26 March 1941

  17. Psyche - 3:15


  18. Tristesse eternelle (arr. of Chopin's Etude No. 3 in E major, Op. 10, No. 3) (arr. F. Litvinne) (more info)
    Composed by: Anonymous Fryderyk Chopin
    Rosa Ponselle, soprano
    Igor Chichagov, piano
    Felia Litvinne,
    Recording date: 21 October 1954

  19. Tristesse eternelle (arr. of Chopin's Etude No. 3 in E major, Op. 10, No. 3) - 3:29


  20. 7 Canciones populares espanolas (more info)
    Performed by: Victor Orchestra
    Composed by: Anonymous Manuel De Falla
    Conducted by: Rosario Bourdon
    Charles Adams Prince, piano
    Tito Schipa, tenor
    Bryan Epperson, cello
    Merlyn Quaife, soprano
    Rosa Ponselle, soprano
    Igor Chichagov, piano
    Len Vorster, piano
    Isabel Bayrakdarian, soprano
    David Hetherington, cello
    Maurizio Baccante, cello
    Roman Borys, cello
    Simon Fryer, cello
    Roberta Jansen, cello
    Thomas Wiebe, cello
    Paul Widner, cello
    Winona Zelenka, cello
    James Parker, piano
    Valentina Alvarez, soprano
    Guillermo Gonzales Philips, guitar
    Recording date: 16 May 1924

  21. No. 3. Asturiana - 3:02
  22. No. 5. Nana - 1:46


  23. My Lovely Celia (more info)
    Performed by: Studio orchestra
    Composed by: George Munro
    Conducted by: Rosario Bourdon
    Rosa Ponselle, soprano
    Igor Chichagov, piano
    Recording date: 19 October 1954

  24. My Lovely Celia - 2:25


  25. Sketches of Paris (more info)
    Composed by: Kathleen Lockhart Manning
    Rosa Ponselle, soprano
    Igor Chichagov, piano
    Recording date: 19 October 1954

  26. Sketches of Paris: No. 4. In the Luxembourg Gardens - 2:21


  27. Agnus Dei (more info)
  28. Agnus Dei - 3:19


  29. Ave Maria (more info)
    Composed by: Anonymous Luigi Luzzi
    Rosa Ponselle, soprano
    Igor Chichagov, piano
    Recording date: 20 October 1954

  30. Ave Maria - 4:24


  31. Ave Maria (more info)
    Composed by: Anonymous Harrison Millard
    Rosa Ponselle, soprano
    Igor Chichagov, piano
    Recording date: 20 October 1954

  32. Ave Maria - 5:59


  33. Ave Maria (more info)
    Composed by: Anonymous Miguel Sandoval
    Rosa Ponselle, soprano
    Igor Chichagov, piano
    Recording date: 20 October 1954

  34. Ave Maria - 4:32


  35. Ave Maria (more info)
  36. Ave Maria - 3:42


  37. Se (more info)
    Performed by: Rosario Bourdon Orchestra
    Composed by: Luigi Denza
    Conducted by: Rosario Bourdon
    Beniamino Gigli, tenor
    Rosa Ponselle, soprano
    Igor Chichagov, piano
    Recording date: 18 October 1954

  38. Se - 4:32


  39. Colombetta, "Serenata veneziana" (more info)
    Composed by: Anonymous Arturo Buzzi-Peccia
    Rosa Ponselle, soprano
    Igor Chichagov, piano
    Recording date: 17 October 1954

  40. Colombetta, "Serenata veneziana" - 3:35

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