Magdalena Kožená - Parto ma tu ben mio - La Clemenza di Tito
Play List : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL-0Qm7yk-4UNR11bdLvhAGxK7XzecwSVH マグダレーナ・コジェナー モーツアルト「皇帝ティトゥスの慈悲」から『わたしは行くが、きみは平和に』 ザルツブルグ音楽祭
Se pietà di me non senti
Magdalena Kožená rehearsals Handel's Se Pietà from Giulio Cesare with Marc Minkowski.
Magdalena Kožená - Piu non si trovano
Magdalena singing aria Piu non si trovano by Josef Myslivecek from her album Le Belle Immagini.
Magdalena Kožená - Magdalena Kozena: Lamento
Behind the scenes with Magdalen Kozena - this video includes an interview and footage fromthe recording session. Find more information here: http://www.deuts...
Magdalena Kožená - Magdalena Kozena sings Vivaldi Arias
A documentary including interviews and footage from the recording session. Buy recording here: http://www.dgwebshop.com/4778096 Find Deutsche Grammophon on F...
Magdalena Kožená - Magdalena Kožená - Laudamus Te
Czech mezzo-soprano Magdalena Kožená singing the soprano solo Laudamus Te from Johann Sebastian Bach's 1749 Mass In B Minor (Messe In H-Moll, BWV 232). Czech...
Magdalena Kozená: Love & Longing - YouTube
Apr 20, 2012 ... Watch the trailer of Magdalena Kozenás new album on Deutsche Grammophon: Love & Longing. Magdalena Kožená's silken mezzo delivers ...
Magdalena Kožená
Erbarme dich, mein Gott brano tratto dalla Matthäus-Passion BMV 244 cantato da Magdalena Kozena.
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