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Voices of Firestone: Jussi Bjorling (2004)





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For more than thirty years, The Voice of Firestone brought the world’s greatest artists into the homes of music lovers. Now, through a special arrangement with New England Conservatory in Boston, Kultur is proud to make these rare telecasts available to today’s audience. Jussi Bjoerling (1911-1960) continues to be one of the most beloved singers that the 20th century ever produced. His appearances on the Voice of Firestone provide an exciting supplement to his well-known commercial recordings. The telecast of March 6, 1950 features the tenor's wife Anna-Lisa in arias and duets with her renowned husband. Telecast of March 6, 1950: Herbert: Neapolitan Love Song from Princess Pat. Puccini: O mio babbino caro from Gianni Schicchi. Gounod: Salut, demure chaste et pure from Faust. Puccini: O soave fanciulla from La Boheme with Anna-Lisa Bjoerling, Soprano. Telecast of November 19, 1951: Beach: Ah Love, But a Day. Strauss: Standchen. Leoncavallo: Vesti la giubba from Pagliacci. Brahms: Hungarian Dance #1 (Orchestra only).Krenzer: prayer of Thanksgiving. Telecast of November 20, 1950: Firestone: Introduction and If I Could Tell You. Krenzer: Prayer of Thanksgiving (Chorus and Orchestra only). Schubert: Was ist Sylvia? Glazunov: Autumn and Winter from The Seasons. (Orchestra only). Bizet: Flower Song from Carmen. Leoncavallo: Mattinata. Tschaikovsky: The Story of a Starry Night (Orchestra only). Herbert: Neapolitan Love Song from Princess Pat. Firestone: Closing and In My Garden.


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