This edition of Tosti's vocal exercises includes a reprint of an earlier publication of the music, as well as two CDs of piano accompaniments recorded by Alberto Mondini. With introductory essays in Italian and English.
Maltese soprano Zammit performs the songs of Tosti with pianist Lucia Micallef.
This volume presents a discography of recordings of music by composers from the Abruzzo region of Italy, both past and present. With a preface by Francesco Sanvitale, bibliography, introductory study, appendices, and index.
Preface followed by Adriena Manzo's "Tosti and Late 19th Century French Poetry", and 25 melodies.
A generous selection of songs by Tosti. With pianist Marci Simone.
Five discs of songs by Tosti. Performed by a variety of singers.
Works by Bolzoni, Simonetti, Catalani, Denza, Tosti, Monti, Strauss and Matos Rodriguez.
Composers: Paolo Tosti, Pietro Mascagni, Stefano Donaudy. Performers: David Abramovitz, Stefano Secco.
Hervieux performs songs by Tosti, Leoncavallo, Bixio, Rossini, Galdieri, Barbieri, Cordiferro, and Cardillo. Various artists.
Preface, editors'(Riccardo Allorto and Francesco Santivale) summaries about Tosti's Songs and its publishers, and Tosti's Songs in English translation. Contains 36 songs, with information on each song regarding the first edition, catalog number and more (in postface).
A collection of 30 of Tosti's most popular songs. The edition includes a biography, select discography, texts and translations.
Contents: 1. En medio a mis colores / Rossini -- 2. Pour un baiser! / Tosti -- Ma rendi pur contento / Bellini -- Luna d'Estate / Tosti -- El desdichado / Saint-Saens.
Dumas performs music by Tosti, Massenet, Puccini, Poulenc, Giordano, Duparc, Grieg, Faure, Bizet, Verdi, and Lehar. With pianist Leo Schneydermann.
The Duo Alterno performs music by Tosti, Malipiero, Ghedini, Casella, Bucchi and Alfano. Tiziana Scandaletti, soprano; Riccardo Piacentini, piano.
A two-disc set of recordings featuring the tenor Vendittelli. Includes music by Massenet, Verdi, Bellini, Puccini, Mascagni, Tosti, and others.
Contains three cycles: Malinconia (1887); Quattro canzoni d'Amaranta (1907); Due piccoli notturni (1911).
On poems by Victor Hugo. French text.
Italian (Abruzzi dialect) texts; original keys.
Collection of thirteen songs composed between 1899 and 1911.