File:PDP-CH - Opéra Comique - Élie Cohen - Joseph Rogatechwsky - Romance de Nadir - Les pêcheurs de perles - Bizet - Cormon - Carré - Columbia-12527-lx90.flac

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1st release date: 1929

1st recording date: 1928

Place of recording: unknown

Author(s)/Composer(s): Georges Bizet (1838-1875)

Lyricist(s): Eugène Cormon (1810-1903) and Michel Carré (1821-1872)

Music arranger(s): none

Conductor: Élie Cohen (unknown birth/death date)

Performer(s): Joseph Rogatechwsky (1891-1985) de l'Opéra Comique

Vocal range: tenor with orchestra accompaniment

Title/Work: Les pêcheurs de perles (The Pearl Fishers) (opera)

Content: Romance de Nadir

Synonym: This is a "Je crois entendre" encore[1]

Genre(s): Opera terminology
Source http://pool.publicdomainproject.org/index.php?title=Columbia-12527-lx90
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