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James Kreger: CHOPIN, BRAHMS, BEETHOVEN

Pedro H. da Silva / Lucía Caruso: Jeanne d’Arc, Le Voyage dans la Lune

Varda Kotler: YouTube Channel

Performer: François Loup

DONIZETTI: Gemma di Vergy (Review by David Johnson)

bass 

DONIZETTI: Gemma di Vergy (Review by David Johnson)

Rolando 

FRANCK, CÉSAR: Les Béatitudes (Review by Adrian Corleonis)

bass 

HONEGGER, ARTHUR: Joan of Arc at the Stake, Dramatic Oratorio (Review by John Bauman)

bass 

HONEGGER, ARTHUR: Joan of Arc at the Stake, Dramatic Oratorio (Review by John Bauman)

Bass Solo 

HONEGGER, ARTHUR: Joan of Arc at the Stake, Dramatic Oratorio (Review by John Bauman)

Herald II 

HONEGGER, ARTHUR: Joan of Arc at the Stake, Dramatic Oratorio (Review by John Bauman)

speaker 

HONEGGER, ARTHUR: Joan of Arc at the Stake, Dramatic Oratorio (Review by John Bauman)

The Usher 

HONEGGER, ARTHUR: Joan of Arc at the Stake, Dramatic Oratorio (Review by John Bauman)

William of Flavy 

LULLY: Alceste (Review by David Johnson)

baritone 

LULLY: Alceste (Review by David Johnson)

bass 

LULLY: Alceste (Review by David Johnson)

Lycomede 

LULLY: Alceste (Review by David Johnson)

Lycomêde And Pluton 

LULLY: Alceste (Review by David Johnson)

Pluton 

LULLY: Armide (Review by Ron Salemi)

Hidraot/Ubalde 

OFFENBACH: La Grande Duchesse de Gerolstein (Review by Jay Coote)

Baron Grog 

PERRIN, JEAN: De Profundis—Oratorio for Four Soloists, Mixed Chorus, and Orchestra, Op. 26 (Review by John Ditsky)

bass 

POULENC: Journal de mes mélodies (Review by Royal S. Brown)

narrator 

RABAUD: Mârouf, The Cobbler of Cairo (Review by John Ditsky)

Vizir 

RAVEL: L'Heure espagnole. Don Quichotte à Dulcinée (Review by James Miller)

bass 

RAVEL: L'Heure espagnole. Don Quichotte à Dulcinée (Review by James Miller)

Don Inigo Gomez 

SACCHINI: Oedipe à Colone (Review by Brian Robins)

Oedipe 

 

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