Mp3 Louise Homer And Bessie Abott - Martha—Mesta Ognor (Ah, These Tears)
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Written-By – Flotow
- Record Company – Victor Talking Machine Co.
Album US 1908 on Victrola label Classical Opera. Louise Homer voc, 1871-1947 GB album by. Bessie Abott 1878-1919 US album by. Friedrich von Flotow. Martha-Mesta Ognor Ah, These Tears. Louise Homer And Bessie Abott. Louise Homer And Bessie Abott - Martha-Mesta Ognor Ah, These Tears Shellac, 12, SSided. Louise Beatty Homer April 30, 1871 May 6, 1947 was an American operatic contralto who had an active international career in concert halls and opera houses from 1895 until her retirement in 1932. After a brief stint as a vaudeville entertainer in New England, she made her professional opera debut in France in 1898. She then became a member of the Metropolitan Opera from 1900 to 1919 and again from 1927 to 1929. She was also active as an opera singer in Boston, Chicago, and California. She recorded. Louise Homer. Your Rating. Overview . Ah mon fils. Giacomo Meyerbeer. O toi qui m'abandonnes. Mesta ognor Primary title. Disc label. Ah, these tears Parallel translated title. Martha Work title. Selections Uniform title. Authors and Composers. Friedrich von Flotow composer. Bessie Abott vocalist : soprano vocal. Louise Homer vocalist : contralto. Description: Vocal duet soprano and contralto, with orchestra. Category: Vocal. Language: Italian. Bessie Abott 1878 February 9, 1919 was an American operatic soprano who had an active international career during the early 20th century. She was particularly associated with the Paris Opera and the Metropolitan Opera, and excelled in performances of Italian and French operas of the Romantic Period. Bessie Abott was one of twin daughters, Bessie and Jessie, born in Heuvelton, New York as Bessie Pickens to John Pickens, Jr. and his wife, Frances Josephine Button. She utilized her grandmother's. It is noteworthy how well these two great singers' powerful voices blend. Caruso and Homer were good friends, and sang together often during their many years at the Met, where they were of course both perennial free to Louise Homer Louise Homer Contralto Messiah: O thou that tellest good tidings to Zion, Messiah: He Shall Feed His Flock and more. 10 tracks 39:34. Bessie Abott Louise Homer Friedrichvon Flotow. Victor 89009. Publication date. Mestaognor is an aria from the opera Martha. The size of the stylii used to transfer this record is 25c. This record was digitized at 75 revolutions per minute. Homer and Marge is a parody song sung by Weird Al Yankovic for Homer in the episode Three Gays of the Condo. The song that it is parodying is John Mellencamp's Jack and Diane, a song that, ironically, Mellencamp initially turned Weird Al down for on a track on his first album originally titled Chuck and Diane but became the Buckingham Blues. Usually, Weird Al writes his own parody lyrics, but in this song, the parody lyrics were written by Matt Warburton. It is the sixteenth track on the