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Amadeo Vives, Federico Romero, Guillermo Fernández Shaw - Doña Francisquita Album

Amadeo Vives, Federico Romero, Guillermo Fernández Shaw - Doña Francisquita Album

Performer: Amadeo Vives, Federico Romero, Guillermo Fernández Shaw
Title: Doña Francisquita
Style: Classical, Opera, Romantic
Released: 1959
Cat#: FM-85, FM 85
Country: US
Label: Montilla
Size MP3 version: 2141 mb
Size FLAC version: 2115 mb
Size WMA version: 1619 mb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 108
Genre: Latin / Classical / Country / Media

Amadeo Vives, Federico Romero, Guillermo Fernández Shaw - Doña Francisquita Album


Tracklist

1Terceto
2Canción De La Juventud
3Canción Del Ruiseñor
4Finales
5Preludio - Siempre Es El Amor
6Ronda De Enamorados
7Soy Madrileña
8Cofradía De La Bulla
9Dúo
10Bolero Del Marubú
11Mazurca
12Fandango
13Por El Humo Se Sabe
14Pasacalle De Los Estudiantes
15Dúo - Continuación
16Dúo - Primera Parte

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
FM-85, FM 85Amadeo Vives, Federico Romero, Guillermo Fernández Shaw Amadeo Vives, Federico Romero, Guillermo Fernández Shaw - Doña Francisquita ‎(LP, Album, RE)Montilla, MontillaFM-85, FM 85Puerto RicoUnknown
ZOR-163Alfredo Kraus - Ana Maria Olaria - Dolores Perez - Santiago Ramalle / Vives, Romero, Fernandez Shaw / Orquesta de Camara de Madrid Dir. Por Daniel Montorio, Coros de Radio Nacional de España Alfredo Kraus - Ana Maria Olaria - Dolores Perez - Santiago Ramalle / Vives, Romero, Fernandez Shaw / Orquesta de Camara de Madrid Dir. Por Daniel Montorio, Coros de Radio Nacional de España - Doña Francisquita ‎(LP, Album)ZafiroZOR-163Spain1972
74321 33465 2Amadeo Vives, Federico Romero, Guillermo Fernández Shaw / Ana María Olaria, Alfredo Kraus, Dolores Pérez, Santiago Ramalle, Coro De Radio Nacional de España, Orquesta de Cámara de Madrid, Daniel Montorio Amadeo Vives, Federico Romero, Guillermo Fernández Shaw / Ana María Olaria, Alfredo Kraus, Dolores Pérez, Santiago Ramalle, Coro De Radio Nacional de España, Orquesta de Cámara de Madrid, Daniel Montorio - Doña Francisquita ‎(CD, Album, RE)Serdisco, Zafiro74321 33465 2Spain1995
FM-85, FM 85Amadeo Vives, Federico Romero, Guillermo Fernández Shaw Amadeo Vives, Federico Romero, Guillermo Fernández Shaw - Doña Francisquita ‎(LP, Album, Mono, RE)Montilla, MontillaFM-85, FM 85Puerto RicoUnknown
FM-85Amadeo Vives, Federico Romero, Guillermo Fernández Shaw Amadeo Vives, Federico Romero, Guillermo Fernández Shaw - Doña Francisquita ‎(LP, Album, Mono)MontillaFM-85VenezuelaUnknown

Credits

  • ArtworkCS. de Tejada
  • Baritone Vocals [Lorenzo Pérez]Tino Moro
  • Bass Vocals [Don Matias]Ramón Alonso
  • ChorusCoros Radio Nacional de España
  • Composed ByAmadeo Vives
  • ConductorDaniel Montorio
  • Contralto Vocals [Doña Francisca]Pilar Quiros
  • Libretto ByFederico Romero, Guillermo Fernández Shaw
  • Liner NotesIrazazabal
  • OrchestraOrquesta de Cámara de Madrid
  • Soprano Vocals [Aurora La Beltrana]Dolores Perez
  • Soprano Vocals [Doña Francisquita]Ana Maria Olaria
  • Tenor Vocals [Cardona]Santiago Ramalle
  • Tenor Vocals [Fernando]Alfredo Kraus
  • Tenor Vocals [Un Cofrade]Pedro Lavirgen

Notes

Recorded in Spain and manufactured in the United States of America.
Copyright propiedad de Fernando J. Montilla, N.Y.C.

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): G8-OP-9942
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): G8-OP-9943
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched, Side A): FM85A G8-OP-9942
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched, Side B): FM85B G8-OP-9943

Album

Doña Francisquita is a zarzuela in three acts composed by Amadeo Vives to a Spanish libretto by Federico Romero and Guillermo Fernández-Shaw and based on Lope de Vega's play La discreta enamorada The Ingenious Lover. With its colourful score and comic story of multiple love triangles which ends happily for the young lovers, Francisquita and Fernando, Doña Francisquita is considered a classic of the zarzuela genre, and Vives' masterpiece. Формат: Vinyl , LP, Album, Mono. Страна: Spain. Дата релиза: 1959. Жанр: Latin , Classical , Folk, World, & Country , Stage & Screen. Guillermo Fernández Shaw: Spanish poet and journalist. He is particularly known as a writer of libretti, primarily for zarzuelas. With Federico Romero, he wrote the libretti for two of the best-known zarzuelas of the 20th century, Doña Francisquita by Amadeo Vives and Luisa Fernanda by Federico Moreno Torroba. His father, Carlos Fernandez Shaw, was also a playwright, poet and journalist who wrote libretti for several zarzuelas and operas, most famously Margarita la tornera and La vida breve. Guillermo Fernandez-Shaw was born in Cadiz and initially trained as a lawyer before becoming a journali. Amadeo Vives: Doña Francisquita. CD - Orfeon 21005. Overview . feat: Fernández Shaw. Siempre Es el Amor. Amadeo Vives. Dona Francisquita, Amadeo Vives. Pasacalle de los Estudiantes. Listen free to Amadeo Vives Doña Francisquita The Originals Introduction, Siempre el es Amor and more. 15 tracks . Libretto by Federico Romero and Guillermo Fernández Shaw based on Lope de Vega's La discreta enamorada. Music by Amadeu : Amadeo Vives Album: Doña Francisquita Country: Spain Released: 1959 Style: Classical, Opera, Romantic Size MP3: 1452 mb. Size FLAC: 1310 mb. Size WMA: 1240 mb. FM-85, FM 85. Amadeo Vives, Federico Romero, Guillermo Fernández Shaw. Amadeo Vives, Federico Romero, Guillermo Fernández Shaw - Doña Francisquita LP, Album, Mono. Montilla, Montilla. Producción de Opera de Tenerife, 2017. La historia original ambientada en 1969 en el Madrid de la época, en una sociedad gris y represora donde los. Composer: Vives, Amadeo, Fernandez-Shaw, Guillermo, Romero, Federico. Dona Francisquita. Act I Scene 1: El lanador Lanador, Buhonera, Aguador, Cardona, Fernando, Aurora, Irene, Francisquita, Dona Francisca, Dona Liberata, Dona Basilisa, Lorenzo, Juan Andres. Act I Scene 3: Peno por un hombre, madre Francisquita, Fernando, Cardona. Act I Scene 8: Alli la tienes Cardona, Fernando, Aurora, Irene. Doña Francisquita is a zarzuela in three acts composed by Amadeo Vives to a Spanish libretto by Federico Romero and Guillermo Fernández Shaw and based on Lope de Vega's play La discreta enamorada The Ingenious Lover. Doña Francisquita premiered at the Teatro Apolo in Madrid on 17 October 1923. It became very popular, receiving over 5000 performances throughout