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Performer: Various
Title: Opening Nights At The Met
Released: 1966
Country: US
Style: Opera
Category: Classical
Album rating: 4.9
Votes: 361
Size MP3: 1976 mb
Size FLAC: 1951 mb
Size WMA: 1114 mb
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Opening Night is a big band jazz recording of the Thad Jones/Mel Lewis Jazz Orchestra playing at the Village Vanguard club in New York City in February 1966. This was the first performance of the group at this club although the recording was not released until 2000. A 50-year tradition for Monday nights at the Village Vanguard began from this first evening for the Thad Jones/Mel Lewis Jazz Orchestra which later became the Mel Lewis Jazz Orchestra and eventually the Vanguard Jazz Orchestra.

A Night at the Met is the third official album release by Robin Williams on August 9, 1986. It features segments recorded live at Metropolitan Opera House in New York City. The album won the 1988 Grammy Award for Best Comedy Performance Single or Album, Spoken or Musical. The album was released the year before Williams' critically acclaimed performance in the motion picture Good Morning, Vietnam (1987).

Some Nights is the second studio album by American pop rock group Fun. It was released on February 21, 2012 through Fueled by Ramen, a subsidiary of major label Warner Music Group. It was recorded in 2011 and produced by Jeff Bhasker. After signing to a new label, the band began to work on Some Nights for over nine months throughout 2011. We Are Young" was released as the lead single from the album and bolstered the band to mainstream success with the aid of television and advertising

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Faust:
A1 Emma Eames Le Roi De Thulé
Composed By – Gounod*Soprano Vocals – Emma Eames
3:30
A2 Nellie Melba Jewel Song
Composed By – Gounod*Soprano Vocals – Nellie Melba
3:00
Romeo And Juliet:
A3 Emma Eames Juliet's Waltz Song
Composed By – Gounod*Soprano Vocals – Emma Eames
3:10
Otello:
A4 Antonio Scotti Iago's Creed
Baritone Vocals – Antonio ScottiComposed By – Verdi*
4:23
Rigoletto:
A5 Enrico Caruso ; Marcella Sembrich ; Antonio Scotti ; Gina Severina Quartet
Baritone Vocals – Antonio ScottiComposed By – Verdi*Mezzo-soprano Vocals – Gina SeverinaSoprano Vocals – Marcella SembrichTenor Vocals – Enrico Caruso
3:48
La Gioconda:
A6 Louise Homer Stella Del Marinar
Composed By – Ponchielli*Contralto Vocals – Louise Homer
2:35
Aïda:
A7 Emmy Destinn O Patria Mia
Composed By – Verdi*Soprano Vocals – Emmy Destinn
4:17
B1 Enrico Caruso ; Louise Homer ; Marcel Journet Samson And Delilah
Bass Vocals – Marcel JournetComposed By – Saint-Saëns*Contralto Vocals – Louise HomerTenor Vocals – Enrico Caruso
3:21
Je Viens Célébrer La Victoire
Tosca:
B2 Geraldine Farrar Ora Stammi A Sentir
Composed By – Puccini*Soprano Vocals – Geraldine Farrar
3:51
La Juive:
B3 Enrico Caruso Rachel! Quand Du Seigneur
Composed By – Halévy*Tenor Vocals – Enrico Caruso
4:14
La Traviata:
B4 Amelita Galli-Curci ; Giuseppe De Luca Dite Alla Giovine; Imponete
Baritone Vocals – Giuseppe De Luca Composed By – Verdi*Conductor – Giulio SettiOrchestra – Metropolitan Opera Orchestra*Soprano Vocals – Amelita Galli-Curci
8:20
Tosca:
B5 Maria Jeritza Vissi D'Arte
Composed By – Puccini*Soprano Vocals – Maria Jeritza
2:40
La Gioconda:
B6 Rosa Ponselle Suicidio!
Composed By – Ponchielli*Soprano Vocals – Rosa Ponselle
4:00
Aïda:
C1 Ezio Pinza ; Giovanni Martinelli ; Grace Anthony Temple Scene
Bass Vocals – Ezio PinzaChorus – Metropolitan Opera ChorusComposed By – Verdi*Conductor – Giulio SettiOrchestra – Metropolitan Opera Orchestra*Soprano Vocals – Grace AnthonyTenor Vocals – Giovanni Martinelli
8:14
Simon Boccanegra:
C2 Lawrence Tibbett ; Giovanni Martinelli ; Rose Bampton ; Roberts Nicholson ; Leonard Warren Plebe, Patrizi; Piango Su Voi
Baritone Vocals – Lawrence Tibbett, Leonard WarrenBass Vocals – Roberts NicholsonChorus – Members Of The Metropolitan Opera Chorus*Composed By – Verdi*Conductor – Wilfrid PelletierOrchestra – Members Of The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra*Soprano Vocals – Rose BamptonTenor Vocals – Giovanni Martinelli
5:05
Aïda:
C3 Elisabeth Rethberg ; Giuseppe De Luca Ciel! Mio Padre; Su, Dunque!
Baritone Vocals – Giuseppe De Luca Composed By – Verdi*Soprano Vocals – Elisabeth Rethberg
8:12
La Traviata:
C4 Lucrezia Bori Sempre Libera
Composed By – Verdi*Orchestra – Victor Symphony OrchestraSoprano Vocals – Lucrezia Bori
2:59
Tristan And Isolde:
D1 Lauritz Melchior ; Kirsten Flagstad Love Duet (Excerpt)
Composed By – Wagner*Conductor – Edwin McArthurOrchestra – San Francisco Opera OrchestraSoprano Vocals – Kirsten FlagstadTenor Vocals – Lauritz Melchior
8:07
Otello:
D2 Giovanni Martinelli ; Lawrence Tibbett Non Pensateci Più; Ora E Per Sempre Addio
Baritone Vocals – Lawrence TibbettComposed By – Verdi*Conductor – Wilfrid PelletierOrchestra – Metropolitan Opera Orchestra*Tenor Vocals – Giovanni Martinelli
4:14
The Marriage Of Figaro:
D3 Bidú Sayão Deh Vieni, Non Tardar
Composed By – Mozart*Conductor – Wilfrid PelletierOrchestra – Victor Symphony OrchestraSoprano Vocals – Bidú Sayão
4:58
Boris Godounov:
D4 Ezio Pinza Death Of Boris
Bass Vocals – Ezio PinzaChorus – The 20th Century-Fox Symphony Chorus*Composed By – Moussorgsky*Conductor – Alfred NewmanOrchestra – The 20th Century-Fox Symphony Orchestra*
4:39
Lohengrin:
D5 Helen Traubel Euch Lüften, Die Mein Klagen
Composed By – Wagner*Conductor – Frieder WeissmannOrchestra – RCA Victor Orchestra*Soprano Vocals – Helen Traubel
4:26
Lakmé:
E1 Lily Pons Bell Song
Composed By – Delibes*Soprano Vocals – Lily Pons
6:23
A Maksed Ball:
E2 Jan Peerce Forse La Soglia Attinse; Ma Se M'È Forza Perderti
Composed By – Verdi*Conductor – Frieder WeissmannOrchestra – RCA Victor Orchestra*Tenor Vocals – Jan Peerce
4:37
Otello:
E3 Ramon Vinay* ; Virginio Assandri ; Nicola Moscona ; Arthur Newman Death Of Otello
Baritone Vocals – Arthur NewmanBass Vocals – Nicola MosconaComposed By – Verdi*Conductor – Arturo ToscaniniOrchestra – NBC Symphony OrchestraTenor Vocals – Ramon Vinay*, Virginio Assandri
4:39
Der Rosenkavalier:
E4 Risë Stevens ; Erna Berger Mir Ist Die Ehre
Composed By – R. Strauss*Conductor – Fritz ReinerMezzo-soprano Vocals – Risë StevensOrchestra – RCA Victor Orchestra*Soprano Vocals – Erna Berger
10:27
Don Carlo:
F1 Jussi Bjoerling* ; Robert Merrill Qual Pallor!
Baritone Vocals – Robert MerrillComposed By – Verdi*Conductor – Renato CelliniOrchestra – RCA Victor Orchestra*Tenor Vocals – Jussi Bjoerling*
5:09
Aïda:
F2 Zinka Milanov Ritorna Vincitor
Composed By – Verdi*Conductor – Renato CelliniOrchestra – RCA Victor Orchestra*Soprano Vocals – Zinka Milanov
6:40
The Barber Of Seville:
F3 Robert Merrill ; Cesare Valletti ; Roberta Peters Trio: Zitti, Zitti
Baritone Vocals – Robert MerrillComposed By – Rossini*Conductor – Erich LeinsdorfOrchestra – Metropolitan Opera Orchestra*Soprano Vocals – Roberta PetersTenor Vocals – Cesare Valletti
7:34
Il Trovatore:
F4 Leonard Warren ; Nicola Moscona Il Balen Del Suo Sorriso; Per Me Ora Fatale
Baritone Vocals – Leonard WarrenBass Vocals – Nicola MosconaChorus – Chorus*Composed By – Verdi*Conductor – Renato CelliniOrchestra – RCA Victor Orchestra*
7:15

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Radio Corporation Of America
  • Recorded At – Liederkranz Hall, New York
  • Recorded At – 24th Street Studios, New York
  • Recorded At – Manhattan Center
  • Recorded At – Lotos Club, New York

Credits

  • Engineer [Rerecording Engineer] – Edwin Begley*
  • Liner Notes [Annotations By] – Francis Robinson
  • Photography By [Album And Booklet Cover] – Alexandre Georges
  • Producer – Peter Dellheim

Notes

This album includes an exclusive collector's memento: A unique segment of the Great Gold Curtain from the Metropolitan Opera House.

Numbered edition of at least 2975.
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Tracks A1 to A3, B1, B3 and E1 sung in French.
Tracks A4 to A7, B2, B4 to C4, D2, D3, E2, E3, and F1 to F4 sung in Italian.
Tracks D1, D5 and E4 sung in German.
Track D4 sung in Russian.
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Track A1 recorded November 27, 1906 in New York; first issued as 88045.
Track A2 recorded March 27, 1907 in Camden; first issued as 88066.
Track A3 recorded November 13, 1906 in New York; first issued as 88011.
Track A4 recorded March 9, 1906 in New York; first issued as 88030.
Track A5 recorded February 7, 1908 in New York; first issued as 96001.
Track A6 recorded February 11, 1905 in New York; first issued as 81055.
Track A7 recorded February 25, 1914 in Camden; first issued as 88469.
Track B1 recorded February 10, 1919 in Camden; first issued as 89088.
Track B2 recorded January 26, 1911 in New York; first issued as 88287.
Track B3 recorded September 14, 1920 in Camden; first issued as 88625.
Track B4 recorded December 16, 1927 in Liederkranz Hall, New York; first issued as 8089 (A side).
Track B5 recorded February 17, 1928 in Liederkranz Hall; first issued as 1346 (A side).
Track B6 recorded January 14, 1925 in New York; first issued as 6496 (A side).
Track C1 recorded in Liederkranz Hall - Part I: January 5, 1928; Part II: November 29, 1927; first issued as 8111.
Track C2 recorded May 3, 1939 in the 24th Street studios, New York; first issued as 15642 (B side).
Track C3 recorded January 20, 1930 in Liederkranz Hall; first issued as 8207.
Track C4 recorded January 4, 1928 in Camden; first issued as 11-8569.
Track D1 recorded November 11, 1939 in Hollywood, California; first issued in M-644.
Track D2 recorded May 9, 1939 in the 24th Street studios; first issued in M-620.
Track D3 recorded May 15, 1940 in the 24th Street studios; first issued as 18496 (B side).
Track D4 first issued in Tonight We Sing (LM-7016).
Track D5 recorded September 15, 1950 in Manhattan Center, New York; first issued in DM-1491.
Track E1 recorded December 8, 1930 in the 24th Street studios; first issued as 1502.
Track E2 recorded April 23, 1946 in the Lotos Club, New York; first issued as 11-9295 (B side).
Track E3 from the NBC broadcast of December 13, 1947; first issued in LM-6107.
Track E4 recorded April 5, 1951 in Manhattan Center; first issued in LM-9010.
Track F1 recorded November 30, 1950 in Manhattan Center; first issued in LM-1128.
Track F2 recorded May 18, 1953 in Manhattan Center; first issued in LM-1777.
Track F3 recorded September 8, 1958 in Manhattan Center; first issued in The Barber Of Seville (LM-6143).
Track F4 recorded March 11, 1952 in Manhattan Center; first issued in Il Trovatore (Der Troubadour) (LM-6008).

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Other (Library Of Congress Card Number): R66-2927

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
AGM3-4805 Various Opening Nights At The Met ‎(3xLP, Album, Comp, Mono, RE + Box) RCA Victor Gold Seal AGM3-4805 US 1975

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