File:PDP-CH - Toti Dal Monte - Clement Barone - Lucia di Lammermoor - Spargi d amore pianto - Part 1 - Donizetti - Cammarano - Gramophone-db1015-2-053281.flac

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creator QS:P170,Q101698

Label: Disque "Gramophone"

Cat. no.: DB 1015

Order number: 2-053281

Matrix/StamperID: CVE-36742-4 (A36742, M6-39994)

1st release date: 1927

1st recording date: 28 October 1926

Place of recording: -

Author(s)/Composer(s): Gaetano Donizetti (1797-1848)

Lyricist(s): Salvadore Cammarano (1801-1852)

Conductor: Rosario Bourdon (1885-1961)

Performer(s): Toti Dal Monte (born as Antonietta Meneghel (1893-1975)) and Clement Barone (1876-1934) (flutist)

Vocal range: Soprano vocal solo, with flute and orchestra

Title/Work: Lucia di Lammermoor (opera)

Content: Spargi d'amaro pianto, 1st part

Genre(s): Opera terminology

Comments: RCM and SPU

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