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That's Amore

by Beth Donnelly & Doug Feller

This duo romances the sounds of Italian Opera and other Italian love songs; experience the passion.
Genre: Classical: Traditional
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1. La Rondine: "La Canzone di Doretta" (feat. Stefan Minde, Conductor & Sinfonia Concertante Orchestra)
Beth Donnelly, soloist
3:05 album only
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2. La Traviata: "E' strano! E' strano!...Ah fors' e lui che l'anima Sempre libera" (feat. Jay Fraley, tenor, Stefan Minde, conductor & Sinfonia Concertante Orchestra)
Beth Donnelly, soloist
8:43 album only
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3. Don Giovanni: "Fin ch'han dal vino" (feat. Stefan Minde, conductor & Sinfonia Concertante Orchestra)
Douglas Feller, soloist
1:45 album only
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4. Lucia di Lammermoor: "Spargi d'amaro pianto" (feat. Stefan Minde, conductor & Sinfonia Concertante Orchestra)
Beth Donnelly, soloist
3:58 album only
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5. Don Giovanni: "La' ci darem" (feat. Douglas Feller, soloist, Stefan Minde, conductor & Sinfonia Concertante Orchestra)
Beth Donnelly, soloist
3:15 album only
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6. Don Giovanni: "Deh, vieni alla finestra" (feat. Stefan Minde, conductor, Sinfonia Concertante Orchestra & John Mery, mandolin)
Douglas Feller, soloist
2:08 album only
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7. Don Pasquale: "Quel guardo il cavaliere...So anch'io la virtu magica" (feat. Stefan Minde, conductor & Sinfonia Concertante Orchestra)
Beth Donnelly, soloist
6:00 album only
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8. Don Pasquale: "Bella siccome un angelo" (feat. Stefan Minde, conductor & Sinfonia Concertante Orchestra)
Douglas Feller, soloist
3:03 album only
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9. IL Barbiere di Siviglia: "Dunque io son" (feat. Douglas Feller, soloist, Stefan Minde, conductor & Sinfonia Concertante Orchestra)
Beth Donnelly, soloist
5:28 album only
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10. Arrivederci, Roma (feat. Stefan Minde, conductor & Sinfonia Concertante Orchestra)
Douglas Feller, soloist
2:52 album only
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11. That's Amore (feat. Beth Donnelly, Soloist, Stefan Minde, Conductor & Sinfonia Concertante Orchestra)
Douglas Feller, Soloist
3:20 album only
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12. Time to Say Goodbye (feat. Douglas Feller, soloist, Stefan Minde, Conductor & Sinfonia Concertante Orchestra)
Beth Donnelly, soloist
3:55 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Beth Donnelly, soprano

Beth Donnelly, acclaimed Northwest soprano soloist, has performed many lead roles with Portland Opera Association; and has also been a featured soloist with Oregon Symphony, Portland Lyric Orchestra, Portland Chamber Orchestra, Oregon Symphony Pops, Seattle
Symphony Pops, and with Bravo! Vancouver in Washington D.C. and at Lincoln Center in New York.

She has been heard as Blonda in Abduction from The Seraglio, as Rosalinda in Die Fledermaus, as Lucy in The Telephone, as Oscar in Un Ballo In Maschera, as Daphne in Apollo & Daphne, as Dama in MacBeth, as Angelina in Trial by Jury, as Inez in La Favorita, and as Marianne in Der Rosenkavalier; and as Violetta in Act I of
La Traviata.

"...a stunning Rosalinda..." The Oregon Journal
"...such poise, ease of delivery, and good acting did she display..." The Oregon Journal
"...a good Oscar with boyish gait and clean trill..." The Oregonian
"...a lively and lovely-voiced Inez." The Oregonian
"...light, pensive, delicately restrained." The Oregonian

Her concert repertoire has included performances of Handel's Messiah, Respighi's Laud To The Nativity, Scarlatti's Su Le Sponde Del Tebro, Bach's Cantata 140, Handel's Ode To St. Cecilia, Faure's Requiem,
and Brahms' Requiem. She was also soprano soloist in the Bravo! Vancouver Chorale "Made in America" Tour, singing selections by Dave Brubek and Duke Ellington with Davey Yarborough and The New Washingtonians Jazz Orchestra.

Ms. Donnelly is also co-director of The Glory Singers
Ecumenical Concert Choir and is their featured soloist. The choir was acclaimed for their concert appearances in British Columbia, and will embark on their first international tour to Italy next Spring.

In 2005, Ms. Donnelly recorded a CD of Italian Opera arias and duets with her husband Douglas Feller. They were accompanied by Sinfonia Concertante Orchestra under the baton of Stefan Minde. Their CD release concert at The Portland Art Museum received enthusiastic applause and a standing ovation.

Ms. Donnelly Feller is a member of NATS, The National Association of Teachers of Singing; The American Guild of Musical Artists; and studies voice with renowned artist/teacher, Ellen Faull.



Douglas Feller, baritone

Douglas Feller is recognized for his talent and performances as a baritone soloist in the Pacific Northwest. He has performed the role of Guglielmo
in Cosi Fan Tutte; Macheath in The Beggars Opera; baritone solo in Vaughn Williams' Five Mystical Songs, The Brahms's Requiem; and soloist in Jacques Brel Is Alive And Living In Paris. He has appeared with the Portland Opera Previews, and The Norman Leyden Singers at the
Oregon Symphony and Seattle Symphony Pops Concerts.

Douglas and his wife Beth are co-directors of THE GLORY SINGERS, an ecumenical concert choir now in their 10th Anniversary Season. Douglas conducts the choir; Beth is their principal soloist. They have performed
throughout the Pacific Northwest; recently returned from an acclaimed concert tour of British Columbia; and will embark on an international concert tour of Italy next Spring.

They have also appeared in concert together performing: "Romance" -love songs and duets from operetta, musical theater & the big screen; "Opera to Broadway" -musical masterpieces, magical stories; and now, from their CD released this Fall, "That's Amore" -Italian opera arias, duets and other Italian love songs.

Douglas attended Boston Conservatory of Music, Lewis and Clark College, and took his Bachelor of Arts at Portland State University with double majors in Music Education and Performance. He studies voice with artist/teacher, Ellen Faull.



Stefan Minde, Conductor

Maestro Stefan Minde, founder and conductor of the Sinfonia Concertante Orchestra since 1990, has conducted at the Berkshire Festival at Tanglewood, San Francisco Opera, Portland Opera, and Phoenix Opera to name a few. He continues to pursue engagements as a guest conductor of concerts and operas in Canada, Germany, Japan, Portugal and the United States.

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