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When, in 2011, he released the album, We are New Here, Jamie xx already enjoyed considerable acclaim – that same year, the xx's eponymous album, released in 2009, was certified platinum. Production by the Manchester International Festival, the Paris Opera Ballet and the Wayne McGregor Studio. Your reading: Jamie xx, from nightclub to the Paris Opera.

The tradition of opera in Paris goes back as far as the 'Sun King', Louis XIV, who founded the Paris Opera (Opéra national de Paris) in the 17th century. The grand 19th century Palais Garnier and the state-of-the-art Opéra Bastille are home to some of the world's most impressive opera and ballet performances. In the summer months, opera-lovers can also enjoy splendid open-air festival productions in some of Paris' fascinating historic palaces.

The Office de Radiodiffusion-Télévision Française (ORTF) was the national agency charged, between 1964 and 1974, with providing public radio and television in France. All programming, and especially news broadcasts, were under strict control of the national government. A public monopoly on broadcasting in France had been established with the formation of Radiodiffusion Française (RDF) in 1945.

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The Opéra de Paris, or Paris Opera, has had several names, including Royal Academy of Music and Dance at its birth and later Imperial Academy, and its activities have been held in at least fifteen different auditoriums.

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Performances From The French Radio
Carmen (Substantial Excerpts)
Bass Vocals [Escamillo] – Lucien LovanoChorus – Les Choeurs Félix RaugelComposed By – Georges BizetConductor – Désiré-Émile InghelbrechtMezzo-soprano Vocals [Carmen] – Germaine CernaySoprano Vocals [Frasquita] – Claudine VerneuilSoprano Vocals [Micaëla] – Ginette GuillamatTenor Vocals [Don José] – Raymond BerthaudTenor Vocals [Le Remendado] – Jean Planel
1 Act I
2 Act II
3 Act III
4 Act IV
Le Roi D'Ys (Radio Abridgement)
Baritone Vocals [Jaël] – Paul GaudinBaritone Vocals [Karnak] – Georges RavouxBass Vocals [Le Roi] – Lucien LovanoChorus – Les Choeurs Félix RaugelComposed By – Édouard LaloConductor – D.-E. Inghelbrecht*Libretto By – Édouard BlauMezzo-soprano Vocals [Margared] – Germaine CernaySoprano Vocals [Rozenn] – Ginette GuillamatTenor Vocals [Mylio] – Gaston Micheletti
5 Act I
6 Act II
7 Act III
Thaïs (Radio Abridgement)
Baritone Vocals [Athanaël] – Paul CabanelBass Vocals [Palémon] – André Philippe Composed By – Jules MassenetConductor – Jules GressierLibretto By – Louis GalletSoprano Vocals [Crobyle] – Huguette Saint-Arnaud*Soprano Vocals [Thaïs] – Elen DosiaTenor Vocals [Nicias] – Georges Noré
8 Act 1, Scene 1
9 Act 1, Scene 2
10 Act 2, Scene 1
11 Act 3, Scene 1
12 Act 3, Scene 3
Les Contes D'Hoffmann (Radio Abridgement)
Bass Vocals [Lindorf, Coppélius, Dappertutto, Miracle] – André PernetChorus – Les Choeurs Yvonne GouvernéComposed By – Ofenbach*Conductor – Jules GressierMezzo-soprano Vocals [Voix de la Mère d'Antonia] – Yvonne CorckeSoprano Vocals [Antonia] – Jeanne RollandSoprano Vocals [Giulietta] – Marthe BrégaSoprano Vocals [Olympia] – Renée DoriaTenor Vocals [Hoffmann] – Charles RichardTenor Vocals [Spalanzani] – Georges Foix
13 Prologue
14 Act 1
15 Act 2
16 Act 3 & Epilogue
Mignon (Excerpts)
Composed By – Thomas*Conductor – Jules GressierMezzo-soprano Vocals [Mignon] – Solange MichelSoprano Vocals [Philline] – Odette Turba-RabierTenor Vocals [Wilhelm Meister] – Charles Richard
17 Connais-tu Le Pays?
18 Plus De Soucis, Mignon
19 Adieu, Mignon, Courage
20 Elle Ne Croyait Pas
21 Je Suis Hereuse
Mireille (Radio Abridgement)
Baritone Vocals [Ourrias] – Michel DensBass Vocals [Ambroise] – André VessièresBass Vocals [Ramon] – Lucien LovanoChorus – Les Choeurs Radio-Lyrique*Composed By – Gounod*Conductor – Jules GressierMezzo-soprano Vocals [Taven] – Suzanne DarbansSoprano Vocals [Mireille] – Martha AngeliciTenor Vocals [Andreloun] – Michel HamelTenor Vocals [Vincent] – Charles Richard
22 Act 1
23 Act 2
24 Act 3
25 Act 4
Aïda (Radio Abridgement)
Baritone Vocals [Amonasro] – Charles CambonBass Vocals [Ramfis] – André Philippe Chorus – Les Choeurs Yvonne GouvernéComposed By – Verdi*Conductor – Jules GressierLibretto By [French Version] – Camille Du Locle, Charles NuitterMezzo-soprano Vocals [Amneris] – Georgette Frozier-Marot*Soprano Vocals [Aïda] – Maria Giovanna Vitale*Tenor Vocals [Radames] – José Luccioni
26 Act 1
27 Act 2
28 Act 3
29 Act 4
La Traviata (Radio Abridgement)
Baritone Vocals [Georges d'Orbel] – Charles CambonBaritone Vocals [Le Baron Reynal] – Julien ThiracheChorus – Choeur Radio-Lyrique*Composed By – Verdi*Conductor – Jules GressierLibretto By [French Version] – Charles NuitterSoprano Vocals [Violetta de Saint-Ys] – Odette Turba-RabierTenor Vocals [Rodolphe d'Orbel] – Charles Richard
30 Act 1
31 Act 2 Part 1
32 Act 2 Part 2
33 Act 3
Otello (Radio Abridgement)
Baritone Vocals [Iago] – Charles CambonBass Vocals [Montano] – Lucien LovanoComposed By – Verdi*Conductor – Jules GressierLibretto By [French Version] – Arrigo Boito, Camille Du LocleMezzo-soprano Vocals [Emilia] – Suzanne DarbansSoprano Vocals [Desdemona] – Maria Giovanna Vitale*Tenor Vocals [Cassio] – René HérentTenor Vocals [Otello] – José Luccioni
34 Act 1
35 Act 2
36 Excerpt From Act 4
Pénélope
Baritone Vocals [Eumée] – André VessièresBaritone Vocals [Eurymaque] – Robert MassardChorus – Les Choeurs De La RTF*Composed By – Fauré*Conductor – D.-E. Inghelbrecht*Libretto By – René FauchoisMezzo-soprano Vocals [Alkandre] – Geneviève MacauxMezzo-soprano Vocals [Euryclée] – Christiane GayraudMezzo-soprano Vocals [Phylo] – Nicole RobinSoprano Vocals [Mélantho] – Françoise OgéasSoprano Vocals [Pénélope] – Régine CrespinTenor Vocals [Antinoüs] – Joseph PeyronTenor Vocals [Ctésippe] – Bernard DemignyTenor Vocals [Leodès] – Michel HamelTenor Vocals [Pisandre] – Pierre GermainTenor Vocals [Ulysse] – Raoul Jobin
37 Act 1, Part 1 25:01
38 Act 1, Part 2 32:03
39 Act 2, Part 1 20:49
40 Act 2, Part 2 36:50
Samson Et Dalila (Act II With Concert Ending)
Baritone Vocals [Le Grand-Prêtre De Dagon] – Charles CambonComposed By – Saint-Saëns*Conductor – Louis De FromentMezzo-soprano Vocals [Dalila] – Solange MichelTenor Vocals [Samson] – René Verdière
41 Samson, Recherchant Ma Presence 4:36
42 J'ai Gravi la Montagne 12:51
43 En Ces Lieux, Malgré Moi 9:41
44 Mon Coeur S'ouvre À Ta Voix 9:18
La Damnation De Faust
Baritone Vocals [Méphistophèles] – Ernest BlancChorus – Choeurs de la RTF*Composed By – Berlioz*Conductor – Igor MarkevitchSoprano Vocals – Régine CrespinTenor Vocals [Faust] – Nicolai Gedda
45 Part 1 14:38
46 Part 2 36:09
47 Part 3 29:46
48 Part 4 25:00
Orphée (Complete In The French Version For Contralto)
Arranged By – Berlioz*Chorus – Choeurs de la RTF*Composed By – GLuck*Conductor – Charles BruckContralto Vocals [Orphée] – Rita GorrLibretto By – Moline*, Raniero da Calzabigi*Soprano Vocals [Eurydice] – Nadine SautereauSoprano Vocals [L'Amour] – Edith Selig
49 Act 1 26:00
50 Act 2 22:11
51 Act 2, Part 2 19:16
52 Act 3, Part 1 20:11
53 Act 3, Part 2 9:02
Idoménée
Arranged By – Richard StraussBaritone Vocals [Arbace] – Camille Mauranne*Chorus – Les Choeurs Radio-Lyrique*Composed By – Mozart*Conductor – Gustave CloëzLibretto By [French Translation] – Charles SpaakMezzo-soprano Vocals [Idamante] – Jacqueline SellierSoprano Vocals [Ilia] – Janine MicheauTenor Vocals [Idomeneo] – Rémy CorrazaTenor Vocals [Le Grand-Prêtre] – Lucien Lovano
54 Act 1 37:40
55 Act 2, Part 1 23:38
56 Act 2, Part 2 18:08
57 Act 3 16:35
Hérodiade
Baritone Vocals [Hérode] – Robert MassardBass Vocals [Phanuel] – Jacques MarsChorus – Choeurs de la RTF*Composed By – Massenet*Conductor – Pierre Dervaux Libretto By – Henri Grémont, Paul MillietMezzo-soprano Vocals [Hérodiade] – Lucienne DelvauxSoprano Vocals [Salome] – Suzanne SarrocaTenor Vocals [Jean] – Paul Finel
58 Act 1, Part 1 19:26
29 Act 1, Part 2 15:49
60 Act 2, Scene 1 18:45
61 Act 2, Scene 2 11:54
62 Act 3, Scene 1 9:17
63 Act 3, Scene 2 29:59
64 Act 4, Scene 1 12:40
65 Act 4, Scene 2 13:43
La Navarraise
Baritone Vocals [Bustamente] – Marcel VigneronBaritone Vocals [Remigio] – Lucien LovanoBass Vocals [Garrido] – Jacques MarsChorus – Choeurs de la RTF*Composed By – Massenet*Conductor – Jean-Claude HartemannLibretto By – Henri Cain, Jules ClaretieSoprano Vocals [Anita] – Geneviève MoizanTenor Vocals [Araquil] – Alain VanzoTenor Vocals [Ramon] – Joseph Peyron
66 Act 1 30:21
67 Act 2 10:22
Don Carlos (Complete In The Revised Version In Five Acts)
Baritone Vocals [Don Rodrigue] – Matteo ManuguerraBass Vocals [Le Grand Inquisiteur] – Marc VentoBass Vocals [Philippe II] – Jacques MarsBass Vocals [Un Moine] – Pierre ThauChorus – Choeurs de la RTF*Composed By – Verdi*Conductor – Pierre-Michel Leconte*Mezzo-soprano Vocals [La Princesse Eboli] – Lyne DourianSoprano Vocals [Élisabeth de Valois] – Suzanne SarrocaTenor Vocals [Don Carlos] – Georges LiccioniTenor Vocals [Le Comte de Lerne] – Joseph Peyron
68 Act 1 22:16
69 Act 2, Part 1 16:24
70 Act 2, Part 2 22:44
71 Act 2, Part 3 16:02
72 Act 3, Part 1 12:37
73 Act 3, Part 2 16:46
74 Act 4, Part 1 17:14
75 Act 4, Part 2 13:58
76 Act 4, Part 3 14:46
77 Act 5 19:12
Sigurd
Baritone Vocals [Gunther] – Robert MassardBaritone Vocals [Hawart] – Claude MeloniBaritone Vocals [Le Grand Prêtre] – Ernest BlancBaritone Vocals [Rudiger] – Bernard DemignyBass Vocals [Hagen] – Jules BastinBass Vocals [Le Barde] – Nicolas ChristouChorus – Choeurs de la RTF*Composed By – Ernest ReyerConductor – Manuel RosenthalLibretto By – Alfred Blau, Camille Du LocleMezzo-soprano Vocals [Hilda] – Andrée EspositoMezzo-soprano Vocals [Uta] – Denise ScharleySoprano Vocals [Brunehild] – Andréa GuiotTenor Vocals [Sigurd] – Guy Chauvet
78 Ouverture 10:24
79 Act 1, Part 1 18:00
80 Act 1, Part 2 18:56
81 Act 1, Part 3 11:37
82 Act 2, Part 1 22:20
83 Act 2, Part 2 13:18
84 Act 2, Part 3 11:02
85 Act 3, Part 1 6:59
86 Act 3, Part 2 19:09
87 Act 3, Part 3 8:02
88 Act 4, Part 1 9:40
89 Act 4, Part 2 26:43
90 Act 4, Part 3 10:27
Les Huguenots
Baritone Vocals [Nevers] – Robert MassardBaritone Vocals [Saint-Bris] – Jules BastinChorus – Choeur de la ORTF*Composed By – Giacomo MeyerbeerConductor – Henri GalloisMezzo-soprano Vocals [Urbain] – Della JonesSoprano Vocals [Marguerite de Valois] – Louise LebrunSoprano Vocals [Valentine] – Katie ClarkeTenor Vocals [Raoul] – Alain Vanzo
91 Act I 48:47
92 Act II 38:39
93 Act III 36:16
94 Act IV 34:56
95 Act V 14:39
Excerpts From Concerts
96 Faust: Scène De L'église
Bass Vocals – Paul CabanelComposed By – Gounod*Conductor – Jules GressierSoprano Vocals – Geori Boué
8:36
97 Faust: Finale
Bass Vocals – Paul CabanelComposed By – Gounod*Conductor – Jules GressierSoprano Vocals – Geori BouéTenor Vocals – José Luccioni
10:37
98 Roméo Et Juliette: Va, Je T'ai Pardonné
Composed By – Gounod*Conductor – Jules GressierSoprano Vocals – Janine MicheauTenor Vocals – José Luccioni
10:21
99 Hérodiade: Il Est Doux, Il Est Bon
Composed By – Massenet*Conductor – Jules GressierSoprano Vocals – Geori Boué
4:45
100 Hérodiade: Calmez Donc Vos Fureurs
Composed By – Massenet*Conductor – Jules GressierSoprano Vocals – Geori BouéTenor Vocals – José Luccioni
8:06
101 La Damnation de Faust: Ange Adoré...Allons, Il Est Trop Tard!
Baritone Vocals – Paul CabanelComposed By – Berlioz*Conductor – Pierre Dervaux Soprano Vocals – Jacqueline LucazeauTenor Vocals – Gustave Botiaux
102 Hérodiade: Il Est Doux, Il Est Bon
Composed By – Massenet*Conductor – Pierre Dervaux Soprano Vocals – Jacqueline Lucazeau
103 Tosca: Duo Du 1er. Acte
Composed By – Puccini*Conductor – Jules GressierSoprano Vocals – Berthe MonmartTenor Vocals – Albert Lance
104 Der Rosenkavalier: Act I Duo
Composed By – Strauss*Conductor – Louis De FromentSoprano Vocals – Régine Crespin, Suzanne Sarroca
105 La Traviata: Madamigella Valery?
Baritone Vocals – Gabriel BacquierComposed By – Verdi*Conductor – Georges PrêtreSoprano Vocals – Teresa Stich-Randall
106 Così Fan Tutte: Ah, Pardonne À Ton Amante
Composed By – Mozart*Conductor – D.-E. Inghelbrecht*Soprano Vocals – Régine Crespin
107 Die Entführung Aus Dem Serail: Belmonte/Osmin Duet - Act I
Bass Vocals – Xavier DeprazComposed By – Mozart*Tenor Vocals – Michel Sénéchal
108 Die Entführung Aus Dem Serail: Ha, Wie Will Ich Triumphieren
Bass Vocals – Xavier DeprazComposed By – Mozart*
109 Eugene Onegin: Gremin's Aria
Bass Vocals – Xavier DeprazComposed By – Tchaikovsky*

Credits

  • Orchestra – Orchestre National* (tracks: 1 to 7, 37 to 40, 105, 106), Orchestre National de la ORTF* (tracks: 45 to 53, 58 to 65), Orchestre Radio-Lyrique* (tracks: 8 to 36, 41 to 44, 54 to 57, 66 to 90, 96 to 104), Orchestre de la ORTF* (tracks: 91 to 95)
  • Producer, Transferred By – Mike Richter

Notes

Recorded 1942-1976. [tracks 1 to 95]
Recorded 1947-1974. [tracks 96 to 109]

Includes HTML files with "Biographies of the principal artists" and selected libretti.
Alternate title: Opera In France.

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