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Angela Gheorghiu."Habanera" In Carmen by Bizet

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Bizet - Carmen - Overture

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Carmen - Ouverture

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Usual Name Georges Bizet
Alternative Spellings Alexandre César Léopold Bizet, ... Bizet, Giorgio Bizet, Carl Georges Bizet, George Bizet, G. Bizet, Aleksandr Sezar Leopol'd Bize, Alexandre César Léopold Georges Bizet, Zorz Bize
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Title Subname Catalogue Key Year Type
Symphony in C WD 33 C Major 1855 Symphony
Carmen WD 31 1875 Opera
The Girl From Arles WD 28 1872 Incidental music
La Maison du Docteur WD 1 1855 Opéra comique
Le Docteur Miracle WD 2 1856 Operetta
Parisina WD 3 1858 Opera
Unknown title WD 4 1858 Opéra comique
Don Procopio Opéra bouffe en deux actes WD 5 1859 Opera Buffa
Esmeralda WD 6 1859 Opera
Le Tonnelier de Nuremberg WD 7 1859 Opera
Don Quichotte WD 8 1859 Opera
L'Amour peintre WD 9 1860 Opéra comique
The Priestess WD 10 1864 Operetta
The Guzla of the Amir WD 11 1862 Opéra comique
Ivan IV. WD 12 1864 Opera
The Pearl Fishers WD 13 1863 Opera
Nicolas Flamel WD 15 1865 Opera
The Fair Maid of Perth WD 15 1866 Opera
Marlbrough Goes to War WD 16 1867 Operetta
Unknown title WD 17 1868 Opera
The Cup of the King of Thule WD 18 1869 Opera
Les Templiers WD 19 1868 Opera
Noé WD 20 1869 Opera
Vercingétorix WD 21 1869 Opera
Unknown title WD 22 Opera
Calendal WD 23 1870 Opéra comique
Rama WD 24 1870 Opera
Clarissa Harlowe WD 25 1871 Opéra comique
Grisélidis WD 26 1871 Opéra comique
Djamileh WD 27 1871 Opéra comique
Sol-si-ré-pif-pan WD 29 1872 Operetta
Don Rodrigue WD 30 1873 Opera
Ouvertüre a-Moll / A-Dur WD 32 1855 Overture
Symphonie WD 34 1859 Symphony
Scherzo and "Marche funèbre" f-Moll WD 35 F Minor 1861
Ouvertüre La Chasse d'Ossian WD 36 1861 Overture
Symphony in C "Roma" WD 37 1868 Symphony
Marche funèbre WD 38 B Minor 1869 Marche
Petite Suite WD 39 1871 Suite
L'Arlésienne Suite #1 WD 40 1872 Suite
Patrie WD 41 C Major 1873 Overture
Four préludes WD 42 Prelude
Valse WD 43 C Major Waltz
Thème brillant WD 44 C Major
Caprice original #1 WD 45 C-sharp Minor 1851 Caprice (Capriccio)
Romances sans paroles WD 46 1886 Romance
Caprice original #2 WD 47 C Major 1851 Caprice (Capriccio)
Grande Valse de concert WD 48 E-flat Major 1854 Waltz
Nocturne WD 49 F Major 1854 Nocturne
3 Esquisses musicales WD 50
Chasse fantastique WD 51 E-flat Major 1866
Songs of the Rhine: songs without words for solo piano WD 52 Song(s)
Marine La Chanson du Matelot: Souvenir d'Ischia WD 53 A Minor 1868
Chromatic Variations in Concert WD 54 Variations
Nocturne WD 55 D Major 1868 Nocturne
Children's Games WD 56 1871 Suite
Promenade au clair de lune WD 57
Causerie sentimentale WD 58
Finale von "Roma" für 2 Klaviere zu 8 Händen WD 59 1871
Fugues and exercices WD 60 1854 Fugue
Four-voice Fugue WD 61 A Major Fugue
Four-part Fugue WD 62 A Minor 1854 Fugue
Four-part Fugue WD 63 F Minor 1855 Fugue
Four-part Fugue WD 64 G Major 1856 Fugue
Four-part Fugue WD 65 E Minor 1857 Fugue
Two-part fugue WD 66 1866 Fugue
Duo for Bassoon and Cello WD 67 C Minor 1874 Duet
L'âme triste est pareille au doux ciel WD 68 Song(s)
Petite Marguerite WD 69 1854 Song(s)
La Rose et l'abeille WD 70 1854 Song(s)
La Foi, l'Espérance et la Charité WD 70a 1854 Song(s)
Vieille Chanson WD 71 A-flat Major 1865 Song(s)
Adieux de l'hôtesse arabe WD 72 1866 Song(s)
Après l'hiver WD 73 1866 Song(s)
Douce Mer WD 74 1866 Song(s)
Song of April WD 75 F Major 1866 Song(s)
A une fleur WD 76 1866 Song(s)
Adieux à Suzon WD 77 1866 Song(s)
Sonnet WD 78 F Minor 1866 Song(s)
Guitare WD 79 C Minor 1866 Song(s)
Rose d'amour WD 80 1866 Song(s)
Le grillon WD 81 1866 Song(s)
Pastorale WD 82 1868 Song(s)
Rêve de la bien-aimée WD 83 1868 Song(s)
Ma vie a son secret WD 84 1868 Song(s)
Berceuse WD 85 1868 Lullaby
La Chanson du fou WD 86 1868 Song(s)
La Coccinelle WD 87 1866 Song(s)
La Sirène WD 88 1868 Song(s)
Le doute WD 89 1868 Song(s)
L'Esprit Saint WD 90 1869 Song(s)
Absence WD 91 F Major 1871 Song(s)
Chant d'amour WD 92 1872 Song(s)
Tarentelle WD 93 1872 Song(s)
Vous ne priez pas WD 94 1873 Song(s)
Le Colibri WD 95 1868 Song(s)
Oh, quand je dors WD 96 1873 Serenade
Vœu WD 97 1868 Song(s)
Voyage WD 98 Song(s)
Aubade WD 99 Song(s)
La Nuit WD 100 1868 Song(s)
Conte WD 101 Song(s)
Aimons, rêvons! WD 102 1868 Song(s)
La chanson de la rose WD 103 Song(s)
Le Gascon WD 104 1868 Song(s)
N'oublions pas! WD 105 1868 Song(s)
Si vous aimez! WD 106 Song(s)
Pastel WD 107 Song(s)
L'Abandonnée WD 108 1875 Song(s)
Vocalise for Tenor WD 109 C Major 1850
Vocalise for two sopranos WD 110 F Major 1850 Barcarolle
Chœur d'étudiants WD 111 Chorus
Valse WD 112 G Major 1855 Waltz
L'Ange et Tobie WD 113 1857 Cantata
Héloïse de Montfort WD 114 1857 Cantata
Le Chevalier enchanté WD 115 1857 Cantata
Herminie WD 116 1857 Cantata
Le Retour de Virginie WD 117 1857 Cantata
David WD 118 1856 Cantata
Le Golfe de Baïa WD 119 1856
La Chanson du rouet WD 120 1857 Chorus
Clovis et Clothilde WD 121 1857 Cantata
Te Deum WD 122 1858 Te Deum
Ulysse et Circe Ode-Symphonie WD 123 1859 Symphony
Vasco de Gama Ode-Symphonie WD 124 1860 Symphony
Carmen saeculare WD 125 1860 Cantata
Saint-Jean de Pathmos WD 126 1866 Chorus
Chants de Pyrénées WD 127 1867 Song(s)
Les Noces de Prométhée WD 128 1867 Cantata
Hymne WD 129 1867 Hymn
Le Retour WD 130 Duet
Rêvons WD 131 1868 Duet
Les Nymphes des bois WD 132 1868 Duet
La mort s'avance WD 133 1869 Canticle
Ave Maria WD 134 F Major Ave Maria
La Fruite WD 135 1870 Duet
Geneviève de Paris Dramatic Legend WD 136 1875 Opera
Ouvre ton cœur 1860 Song(s)
Le matin G Minor 1873 Song(s)
Qui donc t'aimera mieux? Song(s)
Pourquoi pleurer Song(s)

Angela Gheorghiu."Habanera" In Carmen by Bizet

In Seoul.Korea. On November 26th 2006. At that time It was Angela's Age! Seoul Symphony Orchestra Conductor Ion Marin #Please remember to be polite when posting. Any rude comments and bad language will be removed and the poster blocked.

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Bizet - Carmen - Overture

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Carmen - Ouverture

Performed at the Metropolitan Opera Conducted by James Levine

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Bizet 'Carmen' Overture Zubin Mehta, Royal Opera

G. Bizet Overture from 'Carmen' == Orchestra of The Royal Opera House conducted by ZUBIN MEHTA == Live at the Royal Opera House in Covent Garden, . BIZET,G.: Carmen (Royal Opera House, 1991) (PAL) Georges Bizet (1838-1875) Carmen, Opera in four acts From The Royal Opera House Covent Garden 1991 .

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Carmen Overture by Georges Bizet performed by The Russian Philharmonic Orchestra

Carmen Overture by Georges Bizet performed by The Russian Philharmonic Orchestra (Live Concert in C.R.I.S.T.A.L.® Audiophile Stereo) Crisp Resolution Integrated Stereo Audio Line or better known as C.R.I.S.T.A.L.®, started out as an audiophile stereo mastering and encoding technology developed by Daniel Foo, founder of GECKO MUSIC GROUP. It enables every regular disc that is encoded with this technology sounding like the master source itself, if not better. The mastering technology involved an ultra-wide dynamic spectrum enhancement for the genuine expressions of music, without altering its original tonality and values. The C.R.I.S.T.A.L.® technology allows easy and lossless conversion to major frequencies of 32, 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96kHz and higher. The encoding stage involves a propriety-burning technique that has the rate of more than 2.8224 Mbps/Ch on a regular disc. The same C.R.I.S.T.A.L.® audiophile technology concept has since evolved into C.R.I.S.T.A.L.® WaveGuide, C.R.I.S.T.A.L.® Audiophile PreAmps, and GECKO® C.R.I.S.T.A.L.® Acoustic Adaptation Processor (GCAAP) in the hardware forms, now widely used on GECKO® professional audio equipments, for stereo audiophile applications for home, studio, and live settings. Using reference value of 1V (International Ohm's Law reference), we are able to achieve a super accurate audio reproduction with our proprietary C.R.I.S.T.A.L.® circuitry; at 0dB, below 0dB, and above 0dB, resulting in a very much improved clarity with minimum loss over full spectrum of the reproduced audio waveform. C.R.I.S.T.A.L.® Audiophile technology enables accurately-controlled amplitude modulation through f(x,t) = 1.00*sin(2* Π/0.10*(x-1.00*t)) and g(x,t) = 1.00*sin(2*Π/0.11*(x-1.00*t)), resulting in improved clarity with minimum loss over full spectrum of the reproduced audio waveform. How the Russian Philharmonic Orchestra: Live in Concert sound was captured for both live performance and recording Sound Capturing A pair of GECKO® SATELLITE SRM 2020 C.R.I.S.T.A.L.® audiophile large-diaphragm condenser microphones were used to capture the overall orchestra sound in stereo, a unit of GECKO® SATELLITE SCM 1820S C.R.I.S.T.A.L.® audiophile stage condenser microphone was assigned for the solo violin, a pair of GECKO® PASSION MP 830S C.R.I.S.T.A.L.® audiophile dynamic microphones were used to pick up the two double basses, and a unit of GECKO® PASSION MP 621W/RP 211U wireless handheld microphone was used to capture the soprano's vocal. One unit of GECKO® AYERS ROCK DI 100P C.R.I.S.T.A.L.® audiophile direct injection box was used with one unit of GECKO® LEGENDS BGT 60 backline amplifier for the orchestra's digital piano, with its reproduced sound captured by the pair of SATELLITE SRM 2020 C.R.I.S.T.A.L.® audiophile large-diaphragm condensers along with the overall sound blend of the entire orchestra. Signal Transmission All signals are connected using GECKO® TRUTH T3AL audiophile signal cables and GECKO® SEEKER SSC 2840 audiophile snake cables terminated with GECKO® OLYMPIAN series audiophile interconnects. Stereo Summing The real time stereo summing (of all the seven monaural tracks) for both live playback and recording were done on the GECKO® EXODUS ODYSSEY MXR 5204L 52-channel C.R.I.S.T.A.L.® audiophile mixing console, with every channel's EQ bypassed. No DSPs were applied. Front-of-House (F.O.H.) The stereo summations were sent to two lines of REVELATION series C.R.I.S.T.A.L.® audiophile active line array systems (F.O.H.), to achieve an equal volume concert experience with C.R.I.S.T.A.L.® audiophile clarity within the ballroom. Each line was made up by three units of GECKO® REVELATION SLA 812RA 2*12" module and a unit of GECKO® REVELATION SLA 818WA 18" subwoofer. The GECKO® REVELATION C.R.I.S.T.A.L.® audiophile active line array systems operate on 13A, 110/220V power supply. Master CD The recorded stereo tracks were then sent for C.R.I.S.T.A.L.® audiophile mastering and encoding. The C.R.I.S.T.A.L.® audiophile mastering and encoding enables the listener to experience the concert sound the same way it sounded in both live and on the master CD. The Russian Philharmonic Orchestra: Live in Concert Date: 12 May, 2015 Location: Grand Jasmine Ballroom, RH Hotel, Sibu, Sarawak, Malaysia. Live Sound/Recording Engineer: Daniel Foo Assistant Live Sound Engineer: Samuel Tai Mastering Engineer: Daniel Foo Producer: Daniel Foo GECKO® - 'AUDIOPHILE GEARS OF PROFESSIONALS' For more information on GECKO® C.R.I.S.T.A.L.® Audiophile Products and Technologies, visit ‪http://www.geckomusic.net https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gk4QdaJZTKg&list=PL9kU7ytHzD5_XZ3K-Ql2CFr-Y2p8heQPK&index=6 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vhKM-dD8-Bk&list=PL9kU7ytHzD5_XZ3K-Ql2CFr-Y2p8heQPK&index=8 Like and subscribe for more updates and stand a chance to win a GECKO® product.

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Georges Bizet, Carmen Overture

Georges Bizet, Carmen, Overture, Robert W. Butts, conductor, Eastern Opera Company, Brook Arts Center, Bound Brook, New Jersey, March 30, 2014, Karole Lewis, director, Brian Foran, recording engineer, E. Michael Markwis, cameraman

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Georges Bizet - BIZET: SYMPHONY IN C MAJOR WD 33 & L'ARLESIENNE SUITES NOS. 1 & 2

BIZET: SYMPHONY IN C MAJOR WD 33 & L'ARLESIENNE SUITES NOS. 1 & 2 Interpreted by Sir Thomas Beecham 1. Symphony in C Major, WD. 33: I. Allegro vivo 00:00 2. Symphony in C Major, WD. 33: II. Adagio 7:54 3. Symphony in C Major, WD. 33: III. Allegro vivace and Trio 16:55 4. Symphony in C Major, WD. 33: IV. Allegro vivace 21:45 5. Suite No. 1, WD. 40 - L'Arlesienne: I. Prelude 28:30 6. Suite No. 1, WD. 40 - L'Arlesienne: II. Menuet 35:35 7. Suite No. 1, WD. 40 - L'Arlesienne: III. Adagietto 39:08 8. Suite No. 1, WD. 40 - L'Arlesienne: IV. Carillon 42:54 9. Suite No. 2 - L'Arlesienne: I. Pastorale 47:39 10. Suite No. 2 - L'Arlesienne: II. Intermezzo 53:04 11. Suite No. 2 - L'Arlesienne: III. Menuet 57:06 12. Suite No. 2 - L'Arlesienne: IV. Farandole 1:01:03

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Symphony in C Major, WD 33: I. Allegro vivo

Provided to YouTube by Warner Classics Symphony in C Major, WD 33: I. Allegro vivo · Sir Nevile Marriner Bizet: Symphony in C Major, WD 33 & L'Arlésienne Suites Nos 1 & 2 ℗ 2001 WEA International Inc. Orchestra: Academy of St. Martin in the Fields Produced by: David Groves Conductor: Sir Neville Marriner Composer: Georges Bizet Auto-generated by YouTube.

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Georges Bizet - Symphony in C (1855) [Haitink Concertgebouw]

Georges Bizet (25 October 1838 – 3 June 1875), registered at birth as Alexandre César Léopold Bizet, was a French composer of the romantic era. Best known for his operas in a career cut short by his early death, Bizet achieved few successes before his final work, Carmen, which has become one of the most popular and frequently performed works in the entire opera repertoire. Symphony in C Major (1855) 1. Allegro vivo 2. Andante. Adagio (10:52) 3. Allegro vivace (20:26) 4. Finale. Allegro vivace (25:55) Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra conducted by Bernhard Haitink The Symphony in C is an early work by the French composer Georges Bizet. According to Grove's Dictionary, the symphony "reveals an extraordinarily accomplished talent for a 17-year-old student, in melodic invention, thematic handling and orchestration." Bizet started work on the symphony on 29 October 1855, four days after turning 17, and finished it roughly a month later. It was written while he was studying at the Paris Conservatoire under the composer Charles Gounod, and was evidently a student assignment. Bizet showed no apparent interest in having it performed or published, and the piece was never played in his lifetime. He used certain material from the symphony in later works, however. There is no mention of the work in Bizet's letters, and it was unknown to his earlier biographers. His widow, Geneviève Halévy (1849–1926), gave the manuscript to Reynaldo Hahn, who left it along with other papers to the archives of the conservatory library, where it was found in 1933 by Jean Chantavoine. Soon thereafter, Bizet's first British biographer Douglas Charles Parker (1885–1970) showed the manuscript to the conductor Felix Weingartner, who led the first performance in Basel, Switzerland, on 26 February 1935. The symphony was immediately hailed as a youthful masterpiece on a par with Felix Mendelssohn's overture to A Midsummer Night's Dream, written at about the same age, and quickly became part of the standard Romantic repertoire. It received its first recording on 26 November 1937, by the London Philharmonic Orchestra under Walter Goehr.

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Bizet - Symphony in C Major

Donald Johanos and New Zealand Symphony Orchestra For information about this work visit http://muswrite.blogspot.com/2011/10/bizet-symphony-in-c-major.html For information about other works visit Musical Musings at : http://muswrite.blogspot.com/

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BIZET - Symphony in C (complete) AVI OSTROWSKY - Bilkent Symphony Orchestra 17.11.2007

BIZET - Symphony in C (complete) AVI OSTROWSKY - Bilkent Symphony Orchestra 17.11.2007

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