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Agnès la jouvencelle () (Opera Fra Diavolo, act 2)
 

 
Agnès la jouvencelle () (Opera Fra Diavolo, act 2)

 

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Figner vocal for G.C.-22605
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Record Mini-Discography: Gramophone Record Red Seal > Agnès la jouvencelle () (Opera Fra Diavolo, act 2)
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Gramophone Co. > Gramophone Record Red Seal 22605 1588B
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Gramophone Co. > Gramophone Record Red Seal 22605 1588B Reissue (original matrix) Base fund
Title Name: Agnès la jouvencelle
Language(s) or Ethnics: french, russian | Catalog category: Tenor with Piano
Artist(s): Nikolay Figner
Composer, Larger Composition Name: Auber: Opera Fra Diavolo, act No 2
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Accompaniment Type: Piano
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Recording Place: St.-Petersburg | Recording Date: 1901
Transfer speed: 78 RPM
Record size: 17 cm
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File size: 1.6 MB | 1:43
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 Howard  25.06.2008 03:32 | Last updated by:  bernikov | 10.09.2023 21:33
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  01.08.2010 18:52
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Adrian Hindle-Briscall (Adrian)
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I wonder
I wonder if I'm the only person here who thinks this is absolutely awful singing.

Like the generation of collectors before me, for many years I believed that there were few if any great singers who started their careers after about 1909. But however much they worshipped the Golden Age singers, collectors had to make excuses for Figner. Local and changing tastes in voices and changing performance style can't explain it. The guy just can't sing.

Am I wrong?
  04.08.2010 19:04
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