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Offenbach: Les Contes D'hoffmann / Cluytens, Jobin, Et Al

Release Date: 11/28/2000 
Label:  Preiser Records   Catalog #: 20004   Spars Code: AAD 
Composer:  Jacques Offenbach
Performer:  Simone BorgheseRenée FaureFanely RévoilLouis Musy,   ... 
Conductor:  André Cluytens
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Paris Opéra Comique OrchestraParis Opéra Comique Chorus
Number of Discs: 2 
Recorded in: Mono 
Length: 2 Hours 10 Mins. 

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OFFENBACH: The Tales of Hoffmann - Hoffmann, Raoul Jobin (tenor); Olympia, Renee Doria (soprano); Giulietta, Vina Bovy (soprano); Antonia, Geori Boue (soprano); La Voix de la Mere, Simone Borghese (mezzo-soprano); Stella & La Muse, Renee Faure (comedienne); Nicklausse & Une Voix, Fanely Revoil (mezzo-soprano); Lindorf, Louis Musy (bass); Coppelius, Andre Pernet (bass); Dapertutto, Charles Soix (baritone); Le Docteur Miracle, Roger Bourdin (baritone); Spalanzani, Rene Lapelletrie (tenor); Schlemil, Charles Cambon (baritone); Crespel, Andre Philippe (bass); Nathanael, Raymond Amade (tenor); Luther, Andre Vessieres (baritone); Hermann, Camille Mauranne (baritone); Andres, Cochenille, Pitichinaccio and Frantz, Bourvil (comedien) - Chorus and Read more Orchestra of the National Theater de l'Opera-Comique/Andre Cluytens, conductor (live recording Theatre des Champs-Elysees from March 26, 1948 (AAD MONO 2 CDs) Read less

Works on This Recording

Les contes d'Hoffmann by Jacques Offenbach
Performer:  Simone Borghese (Mezzo Soprano), Renée Faure (Mezzo Soprano), Fanely Révoil (Mezzo Soprano),
Louis Musy (Bass), André Pernet (Bass), Charles Soix (Baritone),
Roger Bourdin (Baritone), Rene Lapelletrie (Tenor), Charles Cambon (Baritone),
Andre Philippe (Bass), Raymond Amade (Tenor), André Vessieres (Baritone),
Camille Maurane (Baritone), Géori Boué (Soprano), Vina Bovy (Soprano),
Renée Doria (Soprano), Raoul Jobin (Tenor), Bourvil (Tenor)
Conductor:  André Cluytens
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Paris Opéra Comique Orchestra,  Paris Opéra Comique Chorus
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1881; Paris, France 
Date of Recording: 03/26/1948 
Venue:  Live  Champs-Elysees Theater, France 
Length: 129 Minutes 57 Secs. 
Language: French 

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