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Opera! Love, Passion & Drama

by Conchita de Antuñano

Famous Mezzo-Soprano Opera Arias & Scenes from CARMEN/SAMSON ET DALILA/IL TROVATORE/DON CARLO/CAVALLERIA RUSTICANA/LA GIOCONDA/EL AMOR BRUJO/ ADRIANA LECOUVREUR. Performed by the prestigious internationational Dramatic Mezzo-Soprano Conchita de Antuñano.
Genre: Classical: Opera
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1. Samson et Dalila, Act 2, Op. 47: "Mon cœur s'ouvre à ta voix" (Live)
Conchita de Antuñano, Walnut Festival Orchestra & James P. Sullivan
6:42 $0.99
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2. Adriana Lecouvreur, Act 2: "Acerba voluttà" (Live)
Conchita de Antuñano, Walnut Festival Orchestra & James P. Sullivan
3:54 $0.99
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3. Carmen, Act 1, Scene 9: "Près des remparts de Séville (Seguidilla)" [Live]
Conchita de Antuñano, Walnut Festival Orchestra & James P. Sullivan
2:25 $0.99
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4. Cavalleria rusticana: "Voi lo sapete, o mamma" (Live)
Conchita de Antuñano, Walnut Festival Orchestra & James P. Sullivan
3:39 $0.99
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5. La Gioconda, Act 1, Scene 5: "Voce di donna" (Live)
Conchita de Antuñano, Walnut Festival Orchestra & James P. Sullivan
3:42 $0.99
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6. Il trovatore, Act 2, Scene 1: "Condotta ell'era in ceppi" (Live)
Conchita de Antuñano, Walnut Festival Orchestra & James P. Sullivan
5:25 $0.99
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7. Il trovatore, Act 2, Scene 1: "Stride la vampa" (Live)
Conchita de Antuñano, Walnut Festival Orchestra & James P. Sullivan
2:41 $0.99
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8. Don Carlo, Act 4, Scene 1: "O don fatale" (Live)
Conchita de Antuñano, Walnut Festival Orchestra & James P. Sullivan
5:03 $0.99
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9. Carmen, Act 1, Scene 5: "L'amour est un oiseau rebelle (Habanera)" [Live]
Conchita de Antuñano, Walnut Festival Orchestra & James P. Sullivan
3:31 $0.99
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10. El amor brujo: "Cancion del amor dolido" (Live)
Conchita de Antuñano, South West Radio Orchestra & Klaus Arp
1:47 $0.99
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11. Il trovatore, Act 2, Scene 1: "Ma nell'alma dell'ingrato!" (Live)
Conchita de Antuñano, Walnut Festival Orchestra & James P. Sullivan
2:10 $0.99
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12. Il trovatore, Act 2, Scene 1: "Perigliarti ancor languente" (Live)
Conchita de Antuñano, Walnut Festival Orchestra & James P. Sullivan
2:20 $0.99
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13. Il trovatore, Act 3, Scene 1: "D'una zingara è costume... Giorni poveri vivea... Deh! rallentate o Barbari!" (Live)
Conchita de Antuñano, Walnut Festival Orchestra & James P. Sullivan
5:50 $0.99
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14. Il trovatore, Act 4, Scene 2: "Madre non dormi" (Live)
Conchita de Antuñano, Walnut Festival Orchestra & James P. Sullivan
4:53 $0.99
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15. Il trovatore, Act 4, Scene 2: "Si, la stanchezza m'opprime, o figlio... ai nostri monti..." (Live)
Conchita de Antuñano, Walnut Festival Orchestra & James P. Sullivan
3:09 $0.99
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Selected Reviews:

"Conchita de Antuñano has an impressive sturdy instrument and powerful range. Her manners on stage were elegant." (Allan Hughes - NEW YORK TIMES)

"Her ample voice easily filled the space at St. John's Smith. Ms Antuñano's lower register is the most remarkable." (David Allenby - Musical Opinion LONDON)

"Conchita de Antuñano's Azucena was a dramatic coup for the Mexican diva, making her interpretation a vocal standout. Her technical gifts never left her and the passion she brought to the role was riveting at every point." (Paul Summers - Newark Star - Ledger USA)

Prestigious conductors and renowned opera singers of the international world of opera have praised Conchita de Antuñano's voice and talent.

Giuseppe Patanè:
"Conchita de Antuñano, possesses an impressive verdian dramatic mezzo-soprano voice with a real "Italianate" style, phrasing, beauty and temperament."

Leonard Bernstein:
"Great interpretation and voice."

Richard Bonynge:
"After hearing Conchita de Antuñano in the aria from Verdi's Macbeth "La luce langue": I was highly impressed by Conchita de Antuñano's exciting voice! She displayed powerful interpretation and temperament."

Giulietta Simionato:
"She is a dramatic Mezzo-Soprano, with a beautiful velvet quality in her voice and exciting high notes"

Rosa Ponselle:
"I finally found a very talented singer with a great voice, feeling and temperament"

Licia Albanese:
After her performance at The Academy of Music in Philadelphia: Congratulations!, Your singing of the aria "Acerba Voluttà" was outstanding, with passionate "Italian verismo".


Franco Corelli:
"Congratulating Conchita de Antuñano for her "Azucena" in Verdi's Il Trovatore: "I have sung with the best Mezzo- Sopranos in the world and your performance is as excellent as all of them."


Conchita de Antuñano dedicates this musical work with all her heart to her beloved son Carlos!

www.conchitadeantunano.com

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Eduardo Alarcon

For Opera Lovers and More!
Loved this collection of classic Arias ! Conchita Antunano is fabulous!! Highly recommended!
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Rodrigo Mora

A wonderful music document.
An incredible jewel of operistic document cultured and pure bel canto school at its finest. With strength and drama played only in major mezzo-sopranos, Conchita de Antuñano gives lecture on this disc technical, talent, musicality and power. This album is a wonderful document of the more refined technique of opera.
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