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01 Figlia! Mio padre! (Rigoletto) 00:04:32 02 Do not weep, my child (The Demon) 00:03:11 03 I swear by the eternal truth (The Demon) 00:02:48 04 Pescator, affonda l´esca (La Gioconda) 00:02:33 05 Credo in un Dio crudel (Otello) 00:04:47 06 Era la notte (Otello) 00:03:04 07 Eri tu che macchiavi (Un Ballo in Maschera) 00:04:07 08 Le veau d´or (Faust) 00:02:21 09 Votre toast (Carmen) 00:03:54 10 Lakme, ton doux regard se voile (Lakmé) 00:03:56 11 I am he whom you called (The Demon) 00:03:29 12 Written words (Eugene Onegin) 00:03:13 13 Si puo? (I Pagliacci) 00:03:54 14 Nega se puoi la luce (Amleto) 00:04:01 15 Oh vin, dissipe la tristesse (Hamlet) 00:03:34 16 Deh vieni alla finestra (Don Giovanni) 00:01:59 17 Voici des roses (La Damnation de Faust) 00:03:29 18 Vous qui faites l´endormie (Faust) 00:03:09 19 Alas, there is no doubt (Eugene Onegin) 00:02:13 20 No sleep nor rest (Prince Igor) 00:07:11 21 I have attained the highest power (Boris Godunov) 00:05:44
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Notes and Editorial Reviews Georges Baklanoff was born in St. Petersburg. At the opera house in Kiev he made a great debut in Rubinstein's "The Demon" in 1903. He soon found himself at the Imperial Opera House in Moscow. In 1910 he gave his first performance at Covent Garden and at the same year he sang Rigoletto at the Met. As one of the most outstanding and impressive singing-actors of his time, his achievements, similar to those of Chaliapin in the bass repertory, were truly exemplary. His portrayals always had something demonic and bizarre about them. This was guaranteed to enthrall the public. Jarmila Novotna, who was his partner in "Rigoletto" in Prague and in "The Tales of Hoffman" in Berlin in 1931, was among his admirers. She was quoted in Lanfranco Rasponi's book "The Last Primadonnas" as saying "his voice was not exactly velvety in texture but it was infinitely expressive and chilling." 707281895231 Preiser 89523 VARIOUS Legendary Voices - Bernd Aldenhoff Bernd Aldenhoff $10.55 CD Classical "The name Bernd Aldenhoff may arouse in elderly opera lovers not only the memory of the excellent singing actor himself, but also the memories of bygone times when every opera house had an intact ensemble and every major one had at least one heldentenor. If someone had tried to find an adequate Siegmund in 1954, for example, there would have been dozens of great singers to chose from, but to quote the cynical remark by Hans Knappertsbusch, "the aristocratic species of the heldentenor" had begun to become extinct by 1960, with the retirement of Lorenz, Suthaus and Svanholm. Bernd Aldenhoff was not only one of the last heldentenors, but also one of the most interesting. The same Knappertsbusch called him the most "human heldentenor" of his time. As an interpreter, Aldenhoff was, without a doubt, the most detailed and sensitive Wagner tenor of his generation. He died in 1959 at the height of his powers from food poisoning.