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Tosca (1993, original release: 1991)
(Music CD)


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Published: Baarn, Netherlands : Philips, [1993] ℗1993
Series: Digital classics.
Description:  2 audio discs (114 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in + 1 booklet (180 pages)
Language:  Italian

Philips: 434 595-2 (434 596-2--434 597-2)

Opera in 3 acts; libretto by Giuseppe Giacosa and Luigi Illica

Sung in Italian

Ed. recorded: ed. Roger Parker. Milano: G. Ricordi

Program notes and synopsis in English, French, German, and Italian, and libretto in Italian with English, French, and German translations (180 p. : ports. ; 13 cm.) in container

Carol Vaness, soprano ; Giuseppe Giacomini, tenor ; Giorgio Zancanaro, baritone ; other soloists ; Westminster Symphonic Choir ; Philadelphia Boys Choir ; Philadelphia Orchestra ; Riccardo Muti, conductor

Recorded in the Academy of Music, Philadelphia, Mar. 1991 and Jan. 1992

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Additional Credits:
Vaness, Carol, performer
Giacomini, Giuseppe, performer
Zancanaro, Giorgio, performer
Muti, Riccardo, conductor
Westminster Symphonic Choir,
Philadelphia Boys Choir,
Philadelphia Orchestra,

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