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DONIZETTI, SAINT-SAENS, VERDI, HANDEL, Clara Butt

Clara Butt

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1 Lucrezia Borgia: Il segreto per esser felice (Recorded 1909) 03:32 2 Serse, HWV 40: Ombra mai fu (Recorded 1909) 04:15 3 Samson et Dalila: Mon coeur s'ouvre a ta Voix (Recorded 1915) 04:16 4 La Favorita: O mio Fernando (Recorded 1915) 03:52 5 Don Carlo: O don fatale (Recorded 1915) 04:13 6 In questa tombe oscura, WoO 133 (Recorded 1922) 03:30 7 Sosarme, HWV 30: Rend'il sereno al ciglio (Recorded 1925) 04:27 8 Faust: When All Was Young (Recorded 1915) 03:00 9 O Divine Redeemer (Recorded 1924) 04:42 10 Elijah, Op. 70: O Rest in the Lord (Recorded 1924) 03:48 11 Sea Pictures, Op. 37: No. 4, Where Corals Lie (Recorded 1920) 03:57 12 The Enchantress (Recorded 1917) 03:16 13 The Little Silver Ring (Recorded 1909) 02:24 14 Kathleen Mavourneen (Recorded 1910) 04:16 15 Barbara Allen (Recorded 1910) 03:22 16 Three Fishers (Recorded 1910) 04:21 17 The Fairy Pipers (Recorded 1917) 02:14 18 Husheen (Recorded 1915) 03:42 19 The Promise of Life (Recorded 1915) 04:32 20 A Perfect Day (Recorded 1918) 03:20 21 The Leaves and the Wind (Recorded 1925) 01:48
  • Clara Butt - soprano
  • DONIZETTI
  • SAINT-SAENS
  • VERDI
  • HANDEL
  • GOUNOD
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Nr kat.: NI7912
Label  : Nimbus Records

Prima Voce has assembled some truly remarkable examples of Clara Butt’s art and even at first hearing the listener will be struck by the vocal presence and personality behind each recording. The deliberate but completely unforced exploitation of those extraordinary and smoothly blended cello-like bottom notes in her lower and middle registers was beautifully managed throughout her career, but they do evoke different reactions from some modern commentators on vocal-art. Reviews Sussex born Dame Clara, a concert, recital and ballad singer, was among the most distinctive contraltos with a booming chest register into which she crashed like a pre-synchromesh racing driver changing a gear. She toured the world with her concert party and recorded much. Her few operatic discs are memorable, she is a compelling Elgarian (here in an atmospheric ‘Where Corals Lie’ from 1920) and her ‘Fairy Pipers’ is irresistible. Gramophone