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Marilyn Horne
Voices of the Opera Series

Belt? crudele (Rossini)

Cruda sorte! Amor tirrano! from L'ITALIANA IN ALGERI (Rossini)

Oh Patria! - Di tanti palpiti from TANCREDI (Rossini)

Il risentimento (Rossini)

Il trovatore (Rossini)

L'invito (Rossini)

Mura felici from LA DONNA DEL LAGO (Rossini)

Una voce poco fa from IL BARBIERE DI SIVIGLIA (Rossini)

Marilyn Horne (b. January 16, 1934, Bradford, Pennsylvania) is an American mezzo-soprano opera singer who is particularly associated with the music of Rossini and Handel. She began her career as a light lyric soprano; however, as the years progressed, the voice settled and matured into a mezzo-soprano instrument with a full and rich timbre equipped with extreme flexibility and great size. She specialized in roles requiring a large sound, beauty of tone, excellent breath support, and the ability to execute difficult coloratura passages. This collection features celebrated arias as interpreted by the great Marilyn Horne. In addition to a brief biography, each selection, in standard voice and piano format, is followed by notes which indicate the variants, breaths, fermatas, and all of the nuances that Horne employed to turn these arias into masterpieces of interpretation. A wonderful reference tool for vocal coaches, professional singers and voice students.

Item code: 5305B | Songbook | $19.95 add item to cart
Opera  | Voice and Piano | Solo | 96 Pages | Softcover | 8 x 11
073999856491 | 0634084887 | 50485649

Music series: Voices of the Opera Series

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