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20 Basses Sing Arias
Pol Plançon, Malcolm McEachern, Salvatore Baccaloni
20 Basses Sing Arias
Genre: Classical
 
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A little correction
A. Tamimi | Stanford, CA | 11/22/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)

"this is not a review, I just wanted to correct something, Pinza is not the most comtemporary since he died in 1950, Mark Reizen died in 1992, and sang gremin in eugene onegin in 1985 (his 90th birthday!)"
A Great Collection of Historic Basses
Martin W. Eldred | Eagle River, Alaska United States | 08/13/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)

"As a developing singer and lover of bass arias, I have enjoyed this great collection of historic bass recordings. It is a fantastic opportunity to hear some of the greatest opera basses of the 20th century in some rare and hard to find recordings. Since many of these recordings are from the early part of that century (I think the most contempory of the basses is Ezio Pinza who died, I beleive in the 1950s), the sound qulaity may be lacking at times for our modern tastes. The performaces, howver, are well worth it. There are some real gems on this cd and a must for any affecianato of the operatic bass repretoire."