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George London (2) - In Dramatic Scenes From Russian And French Operas (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. The French Heroines album is post vocal collapse and has the curious hole in the middle of the voice where she has to try to focus the voice to achieve any line and projection, a trait particularly in evidence on the notorious complete Thais recording. But thankfully much of this album is Moffo in youthful best voice and for that very many thanks/5(27).
  2. In general, I agree with much of what has been said elsewhere. In general, the complete operas are marked by rich, detailed sound quality, superlative orchestral playing, fine choral singing, dramatic conducting (most of Parsifal and Die Meistersinger excepted), and mostly very good to excellent individual vocal performances/5(40).
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  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of London By George on Discogs. Label: United Artists Records - UAS • Format: Vinyl LP, Stereo • /5(3).
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  7. George London, whose brilliant operatic career was cut short by two physical tragedies, died Sunday night in Armonk, N.Y. The bass-baritone, the first American to sing “Boris Godunov” at the.
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