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  • "Mignon"
  • "Magda Olivero at the Metropolitan Opera"
  • "Rigoletto"
  • "Puccini-Tosca (excerpts)"
  • "50 interpretazioni liriche indimenticabili"
  • "Young Tebaldi, her first Puccini's Tosca"
  • "Tosca"
  • "Tosca highlights"
  • "Werther"
  • "Opera commentaries on Tosca"
  • "Vespri siciliani"
  • "Orchestral version of Tosca"
  • "Lyric Opera of Chicago"@en
  • "Callas"
  • "Highlights"
  • "Recorded Books presents"
  • "Cavalleria Rusticana " O Lola"
  • "Giuseppe di Stefano presenta Serate indimenticabili"
  • "Parma, 1967"
  • "Music of Tosca"
  • "Leontyne Price as Tosca"

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  • "American diva Patricia Racette gives an impassioned performance as the title heroine of Puccini's drama, the celebrated singer Floria Tosca. Marcelo Álvarez is her lover, the painter Cavaradossi, whose political convictions get him into trouble with Baron Scarpia, Rome's evil chief of police, sung by the great James Morris. But Scarpia also wants Tosca for himself--and tragedy ensues, with all three protagonists coming to a violent end. In the role of the Sacristan, esteemed American bass Paul Plishka bids farewell to the Met with this performance, after a career spanning more than 40 years with the company."
  • "Tosca. Zinka Milanov, Jussi Bjoerling, Leonard Warren, Leonardo Monreale, Fernando Corena, Mario Carlin, Nestore Catalani, Vincenzo Preziosa, Giovanni Bianchini. Rome Opera House and Chorus. Erich Liensdorf,conductor."
  • "Tosca, the beautiful, glamorous singer who has all of Rome at her feet, is one of the iconic soprano roles of the Italian repertoire. She's caught between two men--her lover, the handsome, idealistic painter Cavaradossi, and the villainous Baron Scarpia, Rome's all-powerful chief of police, who will stop at nothing to win Tosca for himself. Puccini's story of torture, attempted rape, murder, suicide, and general mayhem is as thrilling and dramatic as anything seen on the operatic stage. Thanks to Eleanor Steber's impetuous title heroine, George London's malevolent Scarpia, and Carlo Bergonzi's romantic Cavaradossi, this Tosca still sends chills down your spine."
  • "Tosca. Renata Tebaldi,soprano Mario del Monaco,tenor George London,bass-baritone Silvio Maionica, Fernando Corena,bass Piero De Palma, Giovanni Morese, Ernesto Palmerini. Orchestra and Chorus of the Accademia di Santa Cecilia Rome, Francesco Molinari-Pradelli, conductor. Libretto and notes."
  • "The combination of Leontyne Price and Franco Corelli sent audiences into delirium. Her rich, soaring soprano perfectly matched his ardent, romantic tenor. The year after their history-making joint debut at the Met, they were paired in Puccini's gripping tale of deception and revenge. Price, in the title role of Rome's most famous singer, is forced to deal with the nefarious Baron Scarpia, the chief of police (Cornell MacNeil) in a desperate attempt to free her lover (Corelli), imprisoned for his political beliefs. But it all goes tragically wrong."
  • "This all-star performance of Puccini's hit opera features Luciano Pavarotti as Mario Cavaradossi, one of the legendary tenor's most memorable roles. He portrays the ardent lover of the beautiful singer Floria Tosca (the great Shirley Verrett) no less convincingly than the passionate patriot fighting Rome's notorious chief of police, Baron Scarpia (Cornell MacNeil). Together, this extraordinary trio of artists conveys all the passion, jealousy, and betrayal of the drama, under the baton of James Conlon, who leads the Met's musical forces."
  • "Book (125 p. :"
  • "Three of today's great singing actors--Patricia Racette, Jonas Kaufmann, and Bryn Terfel--take on the leading roles in Puccini's thrilling opera that blends love, politics, and raw passion into an extraordinary theatrical masterpiece. Innocently caught between her lover, the freethinking painter Cavaradossi (Kaufmann), and Baron Scarpia, Rome's evil chief of police (Terfel), the beautiful singer Floria Tosca (Racette) must make the impossible choice between her honor and Cavaradossi's life--only to be betrayed in the end. Met Principal Conductor Fabio Luisi leads the orchestra."
  • "Tosca: Melodramma in tre atti. Libretto: Giuseppe Giacosa e Luigi Illica."
  • "Luciano Pavarotti was especially acclaimed for his portrayal of Cavaradossi in Puccini's magnificent opera. The superstar tenor's plangent, beautiful voice perfectly fit the expressive music. Elizabeth Holleque plays Floria Tosca, the famous singer who is caught in the snare of her lover's political enemy, Rome's chief of police, Baron Scarpia (Juan Pons). This threesome delivers thrilling vocal and theatrical rewards."
  • "Perhaps the most thrilling of Puccini's operas, Tosca takes place almost in real time, over the course of a few hours from the afternoon of one day to the early morning of the next. The story is set in a specific moment in Italian history in June 1800, with the Napoleonic wars as its background. Floria Tosca (Sondra Radvanovsky), Rome's most celebrated singer, is caught in a triangle of love, suspicion, and murder between her lover, the politically liberal painter Cavaradossi (Marcelo Álvarez), and Baron Scarpia, the sadistic chief of police (Falk Struckmann). Marco Armiliato conducts the dramatic score."
  • "Sometimes everything clicks during a performance, and this Tosca is one of those rare moments. Three of the greatest singers in the world--Renata Tebaldi, Richard Tucker, and Leonard Warren--all in such spectacular voice, effortlessly convey every bit of Puccini's hair-raising drama. With Dimitri Mitropoulos bringing the orchestra and chorus into the same fever pitch as the singers, it's no wonder some operagoers say this Tosca is their standard for judging all others."

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  • "Musique dramatique vocale (musiques traditionnelles)"
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  • "Musique de film (musique (divers))"
  • "Bande originale de film"
  • "Sound recording"
  • "Interviews"
  • "musique dramatique vocale"
  • "Compact discs"
  • "Musikalische Bühnenwerke"
  • "soundtracks"
  • "Musique dramatique vocale (musique classique)"
  • "Opera"
  • "opera"
  • "Musique classique"
  • "Operas"
  • "musique dramatique vocale (musique classique)"
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  • "Tosca Excerpts"
  • "LA TOSCA"
  • "Tosca complete opera"
  • "La Tosca : extraits"
  • "Tosca : selección"
  • ""Tosca" Potpourri"
  • "Tosca [Oper in 3 Akten ... von Giuseppe Giacosa und Luigi Illica]"
  • "La Tosca (extraits)"
  • "Tosca opera u tri čina"
  • "La Tosca [version anthologique en français]"
  • "Tosca ópera en tres actos"
  • "Tosca melodramma in tre atti di Giuseppe Giacosa e Luigi Illica"
  • "La Tosca [opera in three acts]"
  • "Tosca : Highlights"
  • "Tosca Potpourri"
  • "Tosca [opera in tre atti di Giuseppe Giacosa ...]"
  • "Tosca Oper"
  • "Tosca [opera in tre atti]"
  • "Tosca Selections"
  • "Tosca : [extraits]"
  • "TOSCA : extraits"
  • "Tosca bande originale du film"
  • "Tosca complete opera in 3 acts"
  • "Tosca : opera in three acts = oper in drei akten = opera en trois actes"
  • "TOSCA"
  • "Tosca : opera en trois actes, d'apres Victorien Sardou, de Giuseppe Giacosa et Luigi Illica"
  • "Tosca : highlights"
  • "Tosca [opera in three acts by Giuseppe Giacosa and Luigi Illica after Victorien Sardou]"
  • ""Tosca" highlights"@en
  • ""Tosca" highlights"
  • "Tosca : [opera in 3 atti]"
  • "Tosca opéra en trois actes"
  • "Tosca : opera in 3 acts"
  • "Tosca Opera in tre atti"
  • "Tosca extraits"
  • "TOSCA (EXTRAITS)"
  • "Tosca [Extrait]"
  • "TOSCA (Extraits)"
  • "Tosca Fantasie"
  • "Tosca [Musikdrama in drei Akten]"
  • "Tosca [highlights]"
  • "Tosca [melodrama in three acts]"
  • "Tosca [opera lirica in tre atti (dal dramma di V. Sardou) di G. Giacosa, L. Illica]"
  • "[Tosca] [iz opery]"
  • "La Tosca selection"
  • "Tosca (highlights)"
  • "Tosca Musikdrama in drei Akten"
  • "Tosca [an opera in three acts]"@en
  • "Tosca [an opera in three acts]"
  • "Tosca : opera in three acts"
  • "Tosca : opera in three acts ; original motion picture soundtrack"
  • "Tosca : Opera In Three Acts"
  • "La Tosca [extraits]"
  • "Tosca [melodramma in three acts]"
  • "Tosca [opera in three acts]"
  • "Tosca melodrama in 3 acts"
  • "LA TOSCA : Opéra en 3 actes"
  • "Tosca [vol. 2]"@en
  • "Tosca [Opera in three acts]"
  • "Tosca : [opera in tre atti di Giuseppe Giacosa e Luigi Illica ...]"
  • "Tosca : [opera in three acts]"
  • "[Tosca]"
  • "Tosca : ópera en tres actos"
  • "Tosca ; [opera in three acts]"
  • "Tosca (extraits)"
  • "Tosca opéra"
  • "LA TOSCA - Extraits"
  • "Tosca sélection"
  • "Tosca [Oper in drei Akten nach Victorien Sardou]"
  • "Tosca 1900"
  • "Tosca opera in three acts [by Giuseppe Giacosa and Luigi Illica after Victorien Sardou]"
  • "Tosca original motion picture soundtrack"
  • "Tosca melodramma in tre atti"
  • "Tosca melodramma in three acts"
  • "Tosca: opera in three acts"
  • "LA TOSCA : extraits"
  • "La Tosca"
  • "Tosca Complete"
  • "Tosca. Opera in three acts"
  • "La Tosca : opéra en 3 actes"
  • "Tosca [choix]"
  • "Tosca : extraits"
  • "Tosca [extraits]"
  • "Tosca [Oper in drei Akten nach Victorien Sardou von Giuseppe Giacosa und Luigi Illica]"
  • "Tosca Opera in three acts by Giuseppe Giacosa and Luigi Illica after Victorien Sardou"
  • "Tosca : an opera in three acts"
  • "Tosca : opéra en 3 actes"
  • "La Tosca air"
  • "Tosca excerpts"
  • "Tosca Extraits"
  • "Tosca [Parma, 1967]"
  • "Tosca [melodramma in tre atti]"
  • "Tosca historische Gesamtaufnahme in italienischer Sprache"
  • "Tosca Acto 2. Conclu. Sciarrone: che dice il cavalier? : Acto 3. Io de' sospiri"
  • "Tosca [seleziones]"
  • "Tosca Oper in drei Akten"
  • "Tosca : [choix]"
  • "Tosca : opera in tre atti"
  • "La Scala presents Tosca"
  • "Tosca : sung in German"
  • "Tosca opéra en trois actes : livret de Luigi Illica et Giuseppe Giacosa d'après Victorien Sardou"
  • "Tosca : [Oper in drei Akten]"
  • "Tosca [opera in tre atti di Giuseppe Giacosa e Luigi Illica dal dramma di Victorien Sardou]"
  • "Tosca [vol. 1]"@en
  • "Tosca opéra en 3 actes"
  • "Tosca"@en
  • "Tosca"
  • "Tosca"@it
  • "Tosca"@es
  • "Tosca opera in three acts = Oper in drei Akten = opéra en trois actes"
  • "Tosca Highlights"
  • "Tosca opera in tre atti"
  • "Tosca opera in tre atti"@it
  • "Tosca; opera in 3 acts"@en
  • "Tosca Opera in three acts"
  • "Tosca highlights"
  • "Tosca highlights"@en
  • "Tosca Oper in 3 Akten ; [4 Gesamtaufnahmen ; Aufführungsmitschnitte]"
  • "Tosca Puccini"
  • "Puccini, Tosca, Callas, Stefano, Sabata"
  • "Tosca [opera in 3 acts]"
  • "Tosca Musikdrama in drei Aufzügen"
  • "Tosca selección"
  • "Tosca (Selección)"@es
  • "La Tosca Selection"
  • ""Tosca""
  • "Tosca opera in 3 acts"
  • "Tosca Oper in 3 Akten"
  • "Tosca O mio babbino caro ; The Girl of the Golden West : Ch'ella mi creda libero / Puccini. La forza del destino : Urna fatale del mio destino / Verdi. Manon Lescaut : In quelle trine morbide ; Tra voi, belle, brune e bionde / Puccini. La Gioconda : O monumento / Ponchielli"
  • "Tosca : Opéra en trois actes"
  • "Tosca oper in 3 akten"
  • "Tosca : Sel"
  • "Tosca [opera lirica in tre atti dal dramma di V. Sardou di G. Giacosa, L. Illica]"
  • "Tosca Musikdrama in 3 Akten ; Gesamtaufnahme in deutscher Sprache"
  • "Tosca : Oper in 3 Akten"
  • "Tosca opera"
  • "Tosca abridged"
  • "Tosca opera in three acts"@en
  • "Tosca opera in three acts"
  • "Tosca complete"
  • "Tosca Opéra en trois actes"
  • "Tosca opera in three acts = opéra en trois actes"
  • "Tosca selections"
  • "Tosca : Oper in drei Akten"
  • "Tosca opéra en 3 actes : BO du film de Benoit Jacquot"
  • "La Tosca opéra en 3 actes"
  • "Tosca [melodramma in tre atti di ... Luigi Illica e Giuseppe Giacosa]"
  • "Tosca Ausz"
  • "La Tosca opéra en trois actes"
  • "Tosca. opera in three acts"
  • "Tosca an opera in three acts"
  • "Tosca an opera in three acts"@en
  • "Tosca highlights ; [opera in three acts by Giuseppe Giacosa ...]"
  • "Tosca melodrama in tre atti di Giuseppe Giacosa e Luigi Illica"
  • "Tosca; opera in three acts"

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