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Composer: Tosti, Francesco Paolo (1846-1916)

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Year of birth1846
Year of death1916
NationalityUnknown
PeriodRomantic
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MilanFabio Sartori

Rossini, Verdi, Leoncavallo, Mascagni, Tosti
Fabio Sartori; Mzia Bachtouridze

MadridSonya Yoncheva

Sonya Yoncheva
Catalani, Leoncavallo, Martucci, Puccini, Tosti, Verdi
Sonya Yoncheva; Antoine Palloc

BrusselsAnna Caterina Antonacci

Donizetti, Ponchielli, Tosti, Chausson, Hahn, Respighi, Poulenc
Anna Caterina Antonacci; Donald Sulzen; Ensemble de musique de chambre de la Monnaie

ParisVoyage d'Italie

Schubert, Felix Dapoz & Jepele Frontull, Liszt, Tosti
Andrè Schuen; Daniel Heide

ViennaElīna Garanča

Caldara, de Curtis, Tosti
Vienna Chamber Orchestra; Karel Mark Chichon; Elīna Garanča
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Rich pickings from Ivan Magrì's Rosenblatt Recital

Ivan Magrì © Jonathan Rose
Ivan Magrì's exemplary technique and strong delivery in his London recital debut left his audience hoping for a return visit to the Rosenblatt series in the imminent future.
****1
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Sensitive artistry from Gerald Finley

Sir Antonio Pappano and Gerald Finley © Mark Allan | Barbican
Gerald Finley displayed a voice still in its prime in a rich and diverse recital at the Barbican, elegantly supported by Antonio Pappano on the piano.
****1
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Crouching pianist, hidden baritone

Simone Piazzola © Jonathan Rose
Time honoured tradition has it that the pianist in a song recital plays the supporting role, hence the slightly derogatory term “accompanist”. Someone forgot to share that script with Giuseppe Vaccaro.
***11
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Buttered Tosti: Eleonora Buratto's Rosenblatt Recital

Eleanora Buratto © Jonathan Rose
Eleonora Buratto showed a voice with plenty of style and character, but her recital was not always inspired. 
***11
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Renée in the OC: Fleming opens Pacific Symphony season

Renée Fleming and Carl St Clair © Nick Koon
Renée Fleming joins the Pacific Symphony for Strauss, Italian Songs and Rodgers and Hammerstein. 
****1
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