Gioachino Rossini
Another except to savor the young Carreras in a Rossini role, this time - the penultimate duet with Desdemona. Duet is actually a very liberal name for thi...
Gioachino Rossini - The barber of Seville
Dunque io son tu non m'inganni? Rosina - Sumi Jo Figaro - Dmitri Hvorostovsky July, 2005. Seoul, South Korea. Sumi Jo & Dmitri Hvorostovsky, Gala Concert C...
Gioachino Rossini - The barber of Seville
Dunque io son tu non m'inganni? Rosina - Sumi Jo Figaro - Dmitri Hvorostovsky July, 2005. Seoul, South Korea. Sumi Jo & Dmitri Hvorostovsky, Gala Concert C...
Gioachino Rossini - Barber of Seville (lesson aria)
Edita Gruberova sings Contro un cor from the Barber of Seville by Rossini from 1982. We forget what a wonderful comedienne she really is.
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Thomas Plunket, 2nd Baron Plunket
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William Hookham Carpenter
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William F. De Saussure
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