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Vanni Marcoux - Vanni-Marcoux flac album
  • Performer Vanni Marcoux
  • Title Vanni-Marcoux
  • Date of release 1958
  • Style Opera, Vocal, Classical
  • Other formats AAC AU ASF APE MP3 VQF MP4
  • Genre Classical
  • Size MP3 1807 mb
  • Size FLAC 1716 mb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 208

Vanni-Marcoux made his comparatively late debut at the Paris Opera on 23 September 1908 in Faust, alongside Mary Garden as Marguerite, Ivan Alchevsky as Faust, and Dinh Gilly as Valentin, with the composer Alfred Bachelet conducting. In January 1909 he premiered the part of Guido Colonna-in which Maurice Renaud had initially been announced-in Henry Février’s Maeterlinck-based Monna Vanna, with Lucienne Bréval in the title role, Lucien Muratore as Prinzivalle, and Francisque Delmas as Marco Colonna.

Also known as, Jean-Émile Vanni-Marcoux. Variations: Viewing All Vanni Marcoux. Jean-Emmile Vannie Marcoux, Vanni-Marcoux, Vanny Marcoux.

Jean-Émile Diogène Marcoux (12 June 1877 – 22 October 1962) was a French operatic bass-baritone, known professionally as Vanni Marcoux (sometimes hyphenated as Vanni-Marcoux). He was particularly associated with the French and Italian repertories  . Jean-Émile Diogène Marcoux (12 June 1877 – 22 October 1962) was a French operatic bass-baritone, known professionally as Vanni Marcoux (sometimes hyphenated as Vanni-Marcoux). His huge repertoire included an estimated 240 roles and he won renown as one of the most memorable singing-actors of the 20th century. Life and career Jean-Émile Diogène Marcoux was born to a French father and an Italian mother in Turin, Italy.

Listen to music from Vanni Marcoux like Le temps des cerises, Ma Lola & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Vanni Marcoux. Jean-Émile Diogène Marcoux (June 12, 1877, Turin, Italy – October 22, 1962, Paris, France) was a French operatic bass-baritone, known professionally as Vanni Marcoux (sometimes hyphenated as Vanni-Marcoux). Jean-Émile Diogène Marcoux was born to a French father and an Italian mother in Turin, Italy.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Don Carlos : Elle Ne M'aime Pas
Composed By – Giuseppe Verdi
A2 Hamlet : J'ai Pu Frapper Le Misérable
Composed By – Ambroise Thomas
A3 La Habanera : Et C'est à Moi Que L'on Dit : Chante !
Composed By – Raoul Laparra
A4 Cléopâtre : A-t-il Dit Vrai ?
Composed By – Jules Massenet
A5 Boris Godounov : Mon Coeur Est Triste
Arranged By – Nikolai Rimsky-KorsakovComposed By – Moussorgsky*
B1 Le Jongleur De Notre-Dame : Romance De La Sauge
Composed By – Jules Massenet
B2 Mignon : Air De Lothario
Composed By – Ambroise Thomas
B3 Mignon : Berceuse
Composed By – Ambroise Thomas
B4 Louise : Berceuse
Composed By – Gustave Charpentier
B5 Don Quichotte : Quand Apparaissent Les Etoiles
Composed By – Jules Massenet
B6 Don Quichotte : Mort De Don Quichotte
Composed By – Jules Massenet

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Les Industries Musicales Et Electriques Pathé Marconi
  • Printed By – Imp. Carron & Fils
  • Pressed By – Pathé Marconi, Chatou – 152986
  • Pressed By – Pathé Marconi, Chatou – 153805

Credits

  • Liner Notes – Louis Cuxac
  • Voice – Vanni-Marcoux*

Notes

Made in France
Laminated sleeve

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BIEM
  • Matrix / Runout (On label side 1): 2 XLA 173
  • Matrix / Runout (On label side 2): 2 XLA 174
  • Price Code (Printed on rear, circled): A