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Gems from Aida

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Gems from Aida
Other Title
Aida. Selections
Gems from Aida
Part 2
Glory to Isis ; My native land (O patria mia); Oh king in thy power transcendent ; Fatal stone
Vocal chorus and soloists, with orchestra
Contributor Names
Verdi, Giuseppe: composer
Baker, Elsie: vocalist, contralto
Glenn, Wilfred: vocalist, bass vocal
Dadmun, Royal: vocalist, baritone vocal
Hooley, William F. : vocalist, bass vocal
Harrison, Charles: vocalist, tenor vocal
Bourdon, Rosario: conductor
Rice, Gladys: vocalist, soprano vocal
Rogers, Walter B. : conductor
Cairns, Clifford: vocalist, baritone vocal
Dunlap, Marguerite: vocalist, contralto
Victor Opera Company: Vocal group
Marsh, Lucy Isabelle: vocalist, soprano vocal
Goold, Edith Chapman: vocalist, soprano vocal
Macdonough, Harry: vocalist, tenor vocal
Kline, Olive: vocalist, soprano vocal
Werrenrath, Reinald: vocalist, baritone vocal
Murphy, Lambert: vocalist, tenor vocal
Althouse, Paul: vocalist, tenor vocal
Wheeler, Elizabeth: vocalist, soprano vocal
Source of original recording: Recorded Sound Section, Library of Congress.
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Baker, Elsie, performing. Glenn, Wilfred, performing. Dadmun, Royal, performing. Hooley, William F. , performing. Harrison, Charles, performing. Rice, Gladys, performing. Cairns, Clifford, performing. Dunlap, Marguerite, performing. Victor Opera Company, performing. Marsh, Lucy Isabelle, performing. Goold, Edith Chapman, performing. Macdonough, Harry, performing. Kline, Olive, performing. Werrenrath, Reinald, performing. Murphy, Lambert, performing. Althouse, Paul, performing. Wheeler, Elizabeth, performing. Victor 35428. Matrix/Take: C-13996/13.
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Chicago citation style:

Verdi, Giuseppe: Composer, Elsie: Vocalist Baker, Wilfred: Vocalist Glenn, Royal: Vocalist Dadmun, William F.: Vocalist Hooley, Charles: Vocalist Harrison, Rosario: Conductor Bourdon, et al. Gems from Aida. 1914. Audio.

APA citation style:

Verdi, G. C., Baker, E. V., Glenn, W. V., Dadmun, R. V., Hooley, W. F.:. V., Harrison, C. V. [...] Wheeler, E. V. (1914) Gems from Aida. [Audio] Retrieved from the Library of Congress,

MLA citation style:

Verdi, Giuseppe: Composer, et al. Gems from Aida. 1914. Audio. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <>.

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