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Conchita Supervia - Conchita Supervia mp3 album

  • Performer: Conchita Supervia
  • Title: Conchita Supervia
  • Genre: Classical
  • Formats: AC3 MP1 MMF VQF FLAC WMA AU
  • Style: Baroque, Classical, Romantic
  • MP3 album: 1799 mb
  • FLAC album: 1932 mb
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Conchita Supervia - Conchita Supervia mp3 album

Conchita Supervía (8–9 December 1895 – 30 March 1936) was a highly popular Spanish mezzo-soprano singer who appeared in opera in Europe and America and also gave recitals. Supervía was born in Barcelona to an old Andalusian family and given the baptismal name of María de la Concepción Supervía Pascual. She was educated at the local convent but at the age of twelve entered the Conservatori Superior de Música del Liceu in Barcelona to study singing.

A vivacious singer whose dusky voice was an acquired taste for many listeners, Conchita Supervia was an inimitable interpreter of mezzo soprano roles in the early nineteenth century repertory long befor. ead Full Biography.

Listen to music from Conchita Supervia like Non So Piu Cosa Son, Cosa Faccio and L'amour Est un Oiseau Rebelle (Habanera) from Carmen. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Conchita Supervia. Conchita Supervía (December 9, 1895–March 30, 1936) was a notable and successful Spanish mezzo-soprano singer. She was educated at the local convent but at the age of twelve entered the Conservatory of the Liceo in Barcelona to study singing.

Conchita Supervía (8–9 December 1895 – 30 March 1936) was a highly popular Spanish mezzo-soprano singer who appeared in opera in Europe and America and also gave recitals. Conchita Supervía (8–9 December 1895 – 30 March 1936) was a highly popular Spanish mezzo-soprano singer who appeared in opera in Europe and America and also gave recitals. Early life Supervía was born in Barcelona to an old Andalusian family and given the baptismal name of María de la Concepción Supervía Pascual.

Album · 2012 · 12 Songs. Conchita Supervia Sings Carmen. Supervia in Opera and Song.

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A1 Canzone Del Paggio
Composed By – Sartorio*
A2 La Molinara: Chi Vuol La Zingarella
Composed By – Paisiello*
A3 Se Tu M'Ami
Composed By – Pergolesi*
A4 Occhietti Amati
Composed By – Falconieri*
A5 El Huesped Del Sevillano: Las Lagarteranas
Composed By [Uncredited] – Jacinto GuerreroWords By – Reojo*
A6 Les Barraques
Composed By – Méndez*
A7 Flor Y Luz
Composed By – Vila*
A8 Las Aranyas
Composed By – Marraco*
A9 Farruca
Composed By – Turina*
B1 La Marchenera: La Petenera
Composed By – Moreno-Torroba*
B2 L'Ultima Canzone
Composed By – Tosti*
B3 Have You Seen But A Whyte Lillie Grow?
Composed By – Ferrabosco*
B4 Oh! No, John
Composed By – Trad.*
B5 Lullaby
Composed By – Scott*
B6 When I Bring Coloured Toys
Composed By – Carpenter*
B7 A Lesson With The Fan
Composed By – D'Hardelot*
B8 Should He Upbraid
Composed By – Bishop*

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