Copyright 2015, J. David Goldin.
These are all the programs in the radioGOLDINdex database which credit this artist. These listings are accurate as of January 20, 2015. The programs are listed chronologically, partial dates appear first, unknown dates appear last.
86589. The Metropolitan Opera. December 9, 1939. NBC net. "Boris Godunov". Sustaining. The first network radio broadcast of the opera, written by Moussorgsky. All the music is heard, some of the commentary has been deleted. Milton Cross (announcer), Ezio Pinza (basso), Alessio De Paolis, Nicola Moscona, Charles Kullman (tenor), Kerstin Thorborg (contralto), Leonard Warren, Norman Cordon, Ettore Panizza (conductor), Modest Mussorgsky (composer), Nicholas Massue (doubles), George Cehanovsky, Doris Doe, Giordano Paltrinieri, John Gurney, Marita Farell, Irra Petina, Anna Kaskas, Wilfred Engelman, Arnold Gabor. 2:39:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.
94568. The Metropolitan Opera. February 15, 1941. NBC net. "The Love Of Three Kings" ("L'Amore Dei Tre Re"). The music is complete, some of the commentary has been deleted. Milton Cross (commentator), Italo Montemezzi (composer, conductor), Grace Moore, Charles Kullman, Richard Bonelli, Ezio Pinza, Alessio De Paolis, Lucille Browning, Maxine Stellman, Anna Kaskas, Nicholas Massue, Reno Mabilli. 1:52:05. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.
94567. The Metropolitan Opera. February 20, 1943. NBC net. "Louise". The music is complete, all the commentary has been deleted. Grace Moore, Raoul Jobin, Doris Doe, Ezio Pinza, Helen Olheim, Mary Van Kirk, Lucielle Browning (doubles), Irra Petina, Maxine Stellman, Thelma Votipka (triples), Annamary Dickey (doubles), Anna Kaskas (quadruples), Lillian Raymondi, Maria Savage (doubles, her last performance at the Met), John Gurney, Alessio De Paolis (triples), Louis D'Angelo, Maxine Stellman, Emery Darcy, Gerhard Pechner, Lillian Raymondi, Wilfred Engelman, Lodovico Oliviero, George Cehanovsky (doubles), John Dudley (triples), John Garris, Lorenzo Alvary, Walter Cassel, Tony D'Addozio (his last performance at the Met), Nina Youskevitch, Thomas Beecham (conductor), Gustave Charpentier (composer). 3:29:14. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.
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