Label: Decca - 467 115-2 • Series: Decca Legends • Format: 2x, CD Album, Reissue • Genre: Classical • Style: Opera
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Vocally, Joan Sutherland was at her freshest when she recorded The Art of the Prima Donna in Her brilliance in vocal pyrotechnics amazes, and is here matched by the fullness of a fleshy tone rarely heard in such offerings one of the essential Sutherland albums, topped off here by an valuable interview with Jon Tolansky that includes further examples of the diva's immaculate art.
Joan Sutherland – The Art Of The Prima Donna. Label: London Records – A Format: 2 x Vinyl, LP, Album, Mono. Country: US. Released: Genre: Classical. Style: Opera. Tracklist Hide Credits. A1: Artaxerxes: "The Soldier Tir'd" Composed By – Arne* Composed By – Arne* A2: Samson: "Let The Bright Seraphim" Composed By – Handel*.
The Art of the Prima Donna was originally released in, I believe, , as two separate LPs. I first heard it a few years later, and it was the first time I’d heard Joan Sutherland. I didn’t believe my ears–the bel canto revival was just beginning–and I’d never heard singing of such virtuosity.
· Decca pays tribute to Joan Sutherland - "La Stupenda" to her numerous fans - with a limited edition CD set of her complete studio recitals Joan Sutherland shot to international fame in February when she sang the title role in Lucia di Lammermoor at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, and a month later she recorded her first solo album in Paris for Decca - the start of an .
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