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    Chorus Of Hebrew Slaves - VERDI, Giuseppe (Arr.: Naulais / Moren)

    Choeur des escalves hebreux / Hebraischer Sklavenchor / Coro di schiavi ebrei

    Estimated delivery 10-14 days

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    Chorus Of Hebrew Slaves - VERDI, Giuseppe (Arr.: Hendriks)

    Choeur des esclaves hebreux / Hebraischer Sklavenchor / Coro di schiavi ebre

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  • £109.00

    Chorus Of Hebrew Slaves - VERDI, Giuseppe (Arr.: Oliver)

    Choeur des esclaves hebreux / Hebraischer Sklavenchor / Coro di schiavi ebrei

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    ANVIL CHORUS (Brass Band) - Verdi, Giuseppe - Littlemore, Phillip

    The Anvil Chorusfrom Verdi's operaIl Trovatoreis from Act II. The original Italian is 'Coro di zingari' (Gypsy chorus), and it depicts the Gypsy men striking their anvils (hence the English name) and singing the praises of hard work, good wine and their women!Duration: 4:30

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    Anvil Chorus - Phillip Littlemore

    The Anvil Chorus from Verdi's opera Il Trovatore is from Act II. The original Italian is 'Coro di zingari' (Gypsy chorus), and it depicts the Gypsy men striking their anvils (hence the English name) and singing the praises of hard work, good wine and their women! Item Code: TPBB-001 Duration: c.4'30"

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    Humming Chorus - Giacomo Puccini - Phillip Littlemore

    In Puccini's opera, Madam Butterfly , the Coro a bocca chiusa ( Humming Chorus ) is performed by an off-stage chorus which hums a wordless, melancholy tune, whilst Butterfly, her maid Suzuki, and her child begin the long wait for husband Pinkerton to return after many years away. As night falls, Suzuki and the child are soon asleep, but Butterfly keeps her vigil. This arrangement features four flugel horns, each of which plays into the bell of a bass whilst the bass player moves the valves - creating a unique humming sound. Puccini actually wrote five versions of the opera, Madam Butterfly . After a disastrous premiere in early 1904, Puccini withdrew the opera and substantially rewrote it creating a very successful second version. However, he continued to tinker with the orchestration, not being satisfied until the fifth, and now standard, version dating from 1907. Item Code: TPBB-007 Duration: c.2'40"