Tracklist

12" Vinyl 1
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1Carmen : Prélude
orchestra:
London Symphony Orchestra (in 1977-09)
conductor:
Claudio Abbado (conductor) (in 1977-09)
recording of:
Carmen : Prélude (in 1977-09)
composer:
Georges Bizet (composer)
part of:
Carmen (Opera by Georges Bizet)
part of:
Carmen (italian lyrics)
3:34
2Carmen : Chœur et scène « La cloche a sonné »
editor:
Joachim Niss
choir vocals:
Ambrosian Singers (aka Ambrosian Opera Chorus / Ambrosian Chorus / Ambrosian Choir) (in 1977-09) and George Watson’s College Boys’ Chorus (in 1977-09)
tenor vocals:
Plácido Domingo (tenor) (in 1977-09)
orchestra:
London Symphony Orchestra (in 1977-09)
conductor:
Claudio Abbado (conductor) (in 1977-09)
chorus master:
Patrick Criswell (chorusmaster) (in 1977-09) and John McCarthy (British choral conductor, scholar, composer and arranger) (in 1977-09)
balance engineer:
Karl‐August Naegler (balance engineer)
phonographic copyright by:
Deutsche Grammophon GmbH (this is the company; for release labels, use "Deutsche Grammophon") (in 1978) and Polydor International GmbH (not for release label use!) (in 1978)
recorded at:
George Watson’s College in Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom (in 1977-09) and St John’s Church (Waterloo) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 1977-09)
recording of:
Carmen: Acte I, No. 4. Chœur des cigarières : « La cloche à sonné » (les Jeunes Gens, les Soldats, les Cigarières) (in 1977-09)
composer:
Georges Bizet (composer)
librettist:
Ludovic Halévy (french librettist) and Henri Meilhac
part of:
Carmen: Acte I
5:11
3Carmen : Havanaise « L'amour est un oiseau rebelle »
choir vocals:
Ambrosian Singers (aka Ambrosian Opera Chorus / Ambrosian Chorus / Ambrosian Choir) (in 1977-09)
mezzo-soprano vocals [Carmen]:
Teresa Berganza (mezzo soprano) (in 1977-09)
orchestra:
London Symphony Orchestra (in 1977-09)
conductor:
Claudio Abbado (conductor) (in 1977-09)
recording of:
Carmen: Acte I, No. 5. Havanaise : « L’amour est un oiseau rebelle » (Carmen, chœur) (in 1977-09)
composer:
Georges Bizet (composer)
librettist:
Ludovic Halévy (french librettist) and Henri Meilhac
is based on:
El arreglito
part of:
Carmen: Acte I
5:38
4Carmen : Chanson (Séguedille) et duo « Près des remparts de Séville »
recorded in:
London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 1977-09)
producer:
Rainer Brock (Producer and recording supervisor for Deutsche Grammophon)
mezzo-soprano vocals:
Teresa Berganza (mezzo soprano) (in 1977-09)
tenor vocals [Don José]:
Plácido Domingo (tenor) (in 1977-09)
orchestra:
London Symphony Orchestra (in 1977-09)
conductor:
Claudio Abbado (conductor) (in 1977-09)
balance engineer:
Karl-August Naegler (balance engineer)
recording of:
Carmen: Acte I, No. 10. Seguidilla « Près des remparts de Séville » (Carmen, Don José) (in 1977-09)
composer:
Georges Bizet (composer)
librettist:
Ludovic Halévy (french librettist) and Henri Meilhac
part of:
Carmen: Acte I
4:35
5Carmen : Chanson « Les tringles des sistres tintaient »
mezzo-soprano vocals [Carmen]:
Teresa Berganza (mezzo soprano) (in 1977-09)
orchestra:
London Symphony Orchestra (in 1977-09)
conductor:
Claudio Abbado (conductor) (in 1977-09)
recording of:
Carmen: Acte II, No. 12. Chanson bohème : « Les tringles des sistres tintaient » (Frasquita, Mercédès, Carmen) (in 1977-09)
composer:
Georges Bizet (composer)
librettist:
Ludovic Halévy (french librettist) and Henri Meilhac
part of:
Carmen: Acte II
5:09
6Carmen : Couplet (Air du toréador) « Votre toast … Je peux vous le rendre »
baritone vocals [Escamillo]:
Sherrill Milnes (baritone) (in 1977-09)
mezzo-soprano vocals [Carmen]:
Teresa Berganza (mezzo soprano) (in 1977-09)
orchestra:
London Symphony Orchestra (in 1977-09)
conductor:
Claudio Abbado (conductor) (in 1977-09)
recording of:
Carmen: Acte II, No. 14. Couplets : « Votre toast, je peux vous le rendre » (Frasquita, Mercédès, Carmen, Escamillo, Moralès, Zuniga, Lillas Pastia, chœur d'hommes) (“Chanson du toréador”) (in 1977-09)
composer:
Georges Bizet (composer)
librettist:
Ludovic Halévy (french librettist) and Henri Meilhac
part of:
Carmen: Acte II
5:11
7Carmen : Quintette « Nous avons en tête une affaire »
editor:
Joachim Niss
mezzo-soprano vocals [Carmen]:
Teresa Berganza (mezzo soprano) (in 1977-09)
tenor vocals [Don José]:
Plácido Domingo (tenor) (in 1977-09)
orchestra:
London Symphony Orchestra (in 1977-09)
conductor:
Claudio Abbado (conductor) (in 1977-09)
balance engineer:
Karl‐August Naegler (balance engineer)
phonographic copyright by:
Deutsche Grammophon GmbH (this is the company; for release labels, use "Deutsche Grammophon") (in 1978) and Polydor International GmbH (not for release label use!) (in 1978)
recorded at:
George Watson’s College in Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom (in 1977-09) and St John’s Church (Waterloo) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 1977-09)
recording of:
Carmen: Acte II, No. 15. Quintette : « Nous avons en tête une affaire ! » (Dancaïre, Remendado, Carmen, Frasquita, Mercédès) (in 1977-09)
composer:
Georges Bizet (composer)
librettist:
Ludovic Halévy (french librettist) and Henri Meilhac
part of:
Carmen: Acte II
4:54
8Carmen : Air de la fleur « La fleur que tu m'avais jetée »
mezzo-soprano vocals [Carmen]:
Teresa Berganza (mezzo soprano) (in 1977-09)
tenor vocals [Don José]:
Plácido Domingo (tenor) (in 1977-09)
orchestra:
London Symphony Orchestra (in 1977-09)
conductor:
Claudio Abbado (conductor) (in 1977-09)
recording of:
Carmen: Acte II, No. 17. Duo : « La fleur que tu m’avais jetée » (Carmen, Don José) (in 1977-09)
composer:
Georges Bizet (composer) (in 1875)
librettist:
Ludovic Halévy (french librettist) (in 1875) and Henri Meilhac (in 1875)
part of:
Carmen: Acte II
4:18
9Carmen : Air « Je dis que rien ne m'épouvante »
soprano vocals [Micaëla]:
Ileana Cotrubaș (Romanian soprano) (in 1977-09)
orchestra:
London Symphony Orchestra (in 1977-09)
conductor:
Claudio Abbado (conductor) (in 1977-09)
recording of:
Carmen : Acte III. Air de Micaëla « Je dis que rien ne m’épouvante » (in 1977-09)
composer:
Georges Bizet (composer)
librettist:
Ludovic Halévy (french librettist) and Henri Meilhac
part of:
Carmen : Acte III
4:55
10Carmen : Duo « Je suis Escamillo, toréro de Grenade »
bass-baritone vocals [Escamillo]:
Sherrill Milnes (baritone) (in 1977-09)
tenor vocals:
Plácido Domingo (tenor) (in 1977-09)
orchestra:
London Symphony Orchestra (in 1977-09)
conductor:
Claudio Abbado (conductor) (in 1977-09)
phonographic copyright by:
Polydor International GmbH (not for release label use!) (in 1978)
recording of:
Carmen : Acte III. No. 23. Duo « Je suis Escamillo, toréro de Grenade ! » (Escamillo, Don José) (in 1977-09)
composer:
Georges Bizet (composer)
librettist:
Ludovic Halévy (french librettist) and Henri Meilhac
part of:
Carmen : Acte III
3:28
11Carmen : Chœur et scène « Si tu m'aimes, Carmen » Duo final « C'est toi - C'est moi »
baritone vocals [Escamillo]:
Sherrill Milnes (baritone) (in 1977-09)
choir vocals:
Ambrosian Singers (aka Ambrosian Opera Chorus / Ambrosian Chorus / Ambrosian Choir) (in 1977-09)
mezzo-soprano vocals [Carmen]:
Teresa Berganza (mezzo soprano) (in 1977-09)
tenor vocals [Don José]:
Plácido Domingo (tenor) (in 1977-09)
orchestra:
London Symphony Orchestra (in 1977-09)
conductor:
Claudio Abbado (conductor) (in 1977-09)
recording of:
Carmen : Acte IV, Scène I, No. 26. « Si tu m’aimes, Carmen » (Escamillo, Carmen, chœur) (in 1977-09)
composer:
Georges Bizet (composer)
librettist:
Ludovic Halévy (french librettist) and Henri Meilhac
part of:
Carmen : Acte IV
recording of:
Carmen : Acte IV, Scène II, No. 27. Duo final : « C’est toi ! – C’est moi ! » (Carmen, Don José, chœur) (in 1977-09)
composer:
Georges Bizet (composer)
librettist:
Ludovic Halévy (french librettist) and Henri Meilhac
part of:
Carmen : Acte IV
12:46