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Fri Mar 21 17:14:41 2014 UTClccn-n820031060.01Leontyne Price : singing star /0.271.00Today in history84227805Leontyne_Pricen 82003106700444Praisa, Leontīne, 1927-Prajs, Leontin.Price, Mary Violet Leontine 1927-Price, Mary Violet LeontynePrice, Mary Violet Leontyne, 1927-lccn-n79038460Verdi, Giuseppe1813-1901cmplccn-n81014470Domingo, Plácido1941-othsngcndprfvoclccn-n82101471Leinsdorf, Erich1912-1993cndprflccn-no88001193Merrill, Robert1917-2004sngprfvoclccn-n81016975Milnes, Sherrillothsngcndprfvoclccn-n81015297Karajan, Herbert vonivecndprflccn-n81032093Wiener Philharmonikerprfitrmusvocnc-new philharmonia orchestraNew Philharmonia Orchestraprfitrlccn-n82099733Tozzi, Giorgioothsngcmmprfvoclccn-n79119152Puccini, Giacomo1858-1924cmpPrice, LeontyneJuvenile worksFictionCriticism, interpretation, etcStories, plots, etcTelevision adaptationsOperasPopular musicInterviewsJazz vocalsMusical settingsOperasOperas--ExcerptsPrice, LeontyneAïda (Verdi, Giuseppe)Kings and rulersLoyaltyEgyptSlaveryEthiopiaJealousyTragedyLoveWarUnited StatesSongs (High voice) with pianoSongs (High voice) with orchestraSopranos (Singers)Operas--Excerpts, ArrangedAfrican AmericansJazzTrumpet with jazz ensembleAfrican American womenMorrison, ToniCraft, EllenHale, Clara,Bethune, Mary McLeod,Forten, Charlotte LWells-Barnett, Ida B.,Fields, Mary,Joyner-Kersee, Jacqueline,Jemison, Mae,Song cyclesEntertainersPoitier, SidneyMusiciansLive sound recordingsOperas--LibrettosOperaPopular musicMotion picture music--ExcerptsSongs (Medium voice)Spirituals (Songs)Motion picture musicMadama Butterfly (Puccini, Giacomo)Musicals--Excerpts, ArrangedBlacksAfricansTrovatore (Verdi, Giuseppe)Carnegie Hall (New York, N.Y.)New York (State)--New York192719511952195319541955195619571958195919601961196219631964196519661967196819691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201320143462613522870782.1M1500.P977ocn017286851ocn000904657ocn002790945ocn028245073ocn050781582ocn020789282ocn017799289ocn010191150ocn003013631ocn013835832ocn026495561ocn003530846ocn040696499ocn005370434ocn015649855ocn045753390ocn029968068ocn028270143ocn037787836ocn027062832ocn658504734ocn673715145ocn658750576ocn863020796ocn673647589ocn658578345ocn661341320ocn659073385ocn762468003ocn765738621ocn022663585ocn079428265ocn026453411ocn083429304ocn024827020ocn043592351ocn865126254ocn865096858ocn865091447ocn865098786ocn865088773ocn075670206ocn663906311ocn020344313ocn762248606ocn658776795ocn658776811ocn858677522ocn691619060238017ocn020090658book19900.06Price, LeontyneAïdaJuvenile worksFictionStories, plots, etcRetells the story of Verdi's opera in which the love of the enslaved Ethiopian princess for an Egyptian general brings tragedy to all involved+-+K059557065123699ocn028245073rcrd19600.35Verdi, GiuseppeIl trovatoreCriticism, interpretation, etcOperasLeonora loves a knight who serenades her as a troubadoor. The knight is in an army fighting a civil war agaist the Count, who also loves Leonora. The knight thinks he's the son of the gypsy woman who raised him & whose mother was killed by the Count, but he's actually the Count's brother. When the rivalry between the two men becomes violent, tragedy occurs+-+511576420696092ocn017286851rcrd19000.35Verdi, GiuseppeAidaStories, plots, etcRetells the story of Verdi's opera in which the love of the enslaved Ethiopian princess for an Egyptian general brings tragedy to all involved65497ocn020413650rcrd19620.37Puccini, GiacomoToscaCriticism, interpretation, etcMusical settingsThe combination of Leontyne Price and Franco Corelli sent audiences into delirium. Her rich, soaring soprano perfectly matched his ardent, romantic tenor. The year after their history-making joint debut at the Met, they were paired in Puccini's gripping tale of deception and revenge. Price, in the title role of Rome's most famous singer, is forced to deal with the nefarious Baron Scarpia, the chief of police (Cornell MacNeil) in a desperate attempt to free her lover (Corelli), imprisoned for his political beliefs. But it all goes tragically wrong56029ocn022925271visu19840.35Verdi, GiuseppeLa forza del destinoTelevision adaptationsFilm adaptationsThe story of two lovers who are separated, then pursued by her brother who is convinced that they are responsible for her father's death. The story is based on the premise that fate is inexorable, that there is no free choice+-+831556742532446716ocn028270143rcrd19590.47Price, LeontyneA program of songThe legendary soprano's debut recording45318ocn003031070rcrd19630.33Gershwin, GeorgeGreat scenes from Porgy and BessIntroduction; Summertime: A woman is a somtime thing; Gone, Gone, Gone,; I got Plenty of Nutting; Bess you is my woman; It ain't necessarily so; What you want wid bess? I loves you, Porgy; There's a Boat Dat's Leavin' Soon for New York; Oh Bess, Oh where's my bess; Oh Lawd, I'm on my way42039ocn015649855rcrd19650.53Verdi, GiuseppeLa forza del destinoZinka Milanov, soprano ; Giuseppe di Stefano, tenor ; Leonard Warren, Bariton37425ocn020789282rcrd19520.31Gershwin, GeorgePorgy & BessMusical settingsDramaJazz vocalsOperasPopular musicGershwin composed part of Porgy and Bess during the summer of 1934, living on an island near Charleston, where the opera takes place36113ocn003025182rcrd19630.56Puccini, GiacomoTosca [opera in three acts]3534ocn040696499rcrd19980.20Puccini, GiacomoThe ultimate divas albumFeatures 17 musical divas34731ocn038527204rcrd19630.28Puccini, GiacomoMadama ButterflyCriticism, interpretation, etcOperasMadama Butterfly concerns the disastrous results of a young American naval officer's marriage to a pretty geisha3427ocn004025689rcrd19610.39Price, LeontyneLeontyne Price3288ocn030766685rcrd19940.33Barber, SamuelLeontyne Price sings Barber32310ocn018012816rcrd19620.35Verdi, GiuseppeAïda3059ocn026495561rcrd19900.47Barber, SamuelKnoxville, summer of 1915 Dover Beach : op. 3 ; Hermit songs ; Andromache's farewell : op. 3928710ocn017682148rcrd19730.27Puccini, GiacomoPuccini heroines1: Le Villi: "Se Come Vol" (5:18); 2: Tosca "Vissi D'Arte (3:28); 3: La Rondine: "Chi Il Bel Sogno Di Doretta (3:18); 4: La Boheme: Musetta's waltz/ Musettas Walzer/ La Valse De Musetta: "Quando m'en vo' soletetta (2:32); 5: Manon Lescaut: "In Quelle Trine Morbide" (2:40); 6: Gianna Schicchi: "O Mio Babbiono Caro"(2:26); 7: Madama Butterfly: Un Bel Di, Vedermo" (4:29); 8: La Boheme: "Si Mi Chiamano Mimi (5:19); 9: Turandot: Death of Liu Der Tod Lius La Mort De Liu "Ty Che Di Get Sei Cinta" (2:30); 10: Suor Angelica "Senza Mamma O Bimbo, Tu Sei Morto" (4:55); 11: Edgar: "D' Ogni Dolor" (4:58); 12: Manon Lescaut "Sola Perduta Abbandonata (4:08); 13: Turandot: "In Questa Reggia" (6:15)2795ocn010191150rcrd19600.53Verdi, GiuseppeIl trovatore [opera in four acts]Interviews27614ocn027062832rcrd19730.29Price, LeontyneThe prima donna collectionMusic2725ocn000904657rcrd19680.56Barber, SamuelKnoxville, summer of 1915 for soprano and orchestra, op. 24 ; Hermit songs7021ocn034412520book19980.06Bolden, TonyaAnd not afraid to dare : the stories of ten African-American womenJuvenile worksBiographyBiographical portraits of ten African-American women including Leontyne Price, Toni Morrison, and Jackie Joyner-Kersee+-+95353954055271ocn000331084book19670.06Rollins, Charlemae HillFamous Negro entertainers of stage, screen, and TVBiography5092ocn010695851book19840.06Williams, Sylvia BLeontyne Price, opera superstarJuvenile worksBiographyA brief biography of the black opera singer who is one of the most celebrated sopranos of her time and who, among other honors, opened the inaugural season of the new Metropolitan Opera House4671ocn000995095book19740.35Jacobson, Robert MReverberations : interviews with the world's leading musiciansInterviews3911ocn027340325book19930.06Steins, RichardLeontyne Price, opera superstarJuvenile worksBiographyA biography of the renowned soprano who helped break the color barrier in professional opera during the 1960s+-+14556621062162ocn042296035book20000.06McNair, Joseph DLeontyne PriceJuvenile worksBiographyPresents a biography of the African-American opera singer whose performance of Aida at the Metropolitan Opera in 1961 earned her a forty-two-minute standing ovation+-+65721121061744ocn000741443book19730.56Lyon, Hugh LeeLeontyne Price: highlights of a prima donnaBiography1121ocn047863165book20020.01Woronoff, KristenLeontyne Price : singing starJuvenile worksBiographyA biography of the African-American woman who overcame racism and segregation to become one of the greatest opera singers of the twentieth century+-+1430662106631ocn123229067visu20070.23Carnegie Hall at 100 a place of dreamsCriticism, interpretation, etcInterviewsTribute to Carnegie Hall, New York, in the form of a series of brief interviews with performers who have appeared on its stage. They share reminiscences of their own and others' performances, relay historical information, and discuss the variety of Carnegie Hall's presentations, which have included classical music, jazz, pop, comedy, drama, dance, children's concerts, and folk music. Archival footage of illustrious performers of the past and excerpts from more recent performances provide a sampling of the hall's offerings. A montage of the activities of past and present tenants of the building's many studios illustrates its importance to the arts. Tenants and supporters are seen protesting a proposed demolition in 1960, which would have had disastrous and wide-ranging effects. Interspersed through the program are excerpts from Mussorgsky's Pictures at an exhibition, played by the New York Youth Symphony conducted by Samuel Wong481ocn036049960rcrd19960.24Price, LeontyneThe essential Leontyne Price spirituals, hymns & sacred songsInterviews472ocn436358466book20100.06O'Donnell, JessicaLeontyne Price : first lady of operaJuvenile worksBiographyLeontyne Price's beautiful voice allowed her to become the first African American Prima Donna at the Metropolitan Opera, despite racial prejudices of the 1950s and 1960s. This book follows her dramatic rise to international fame as a soprano+-+8371848896161ocn527366165book19920.18LaBlanc, Michael LContemporary Black biography. profiles from the international Black communityBiographyBiographical profiles of important and influential persons of African heritage who form the international black community. Covers persons of various nationalities in a wide variety of fields providing coverage of names found in today's headlines as well as selected individuals from earlier in this century whose influence continues to have an impact on contemporary life+-+4190085635141ocn040556887book19960.93National Association for the Advancement of Colored PeopleNAACP administrative fileHistoryArchivesMajor topics: Awards given to NAACP members92ocn040645979book19970.27Hunt, JohnMetropolitan sopranos: Ponselle, Steber, Milanov, PriceDiscography+-+865048654632491ocn527355848book19920.33Contemporary musicians. profiles of the people in musicBiographyProvides comprehensive information on musicians and groups from around the world. Entries include a detailed biographical essay, selected discographies, contact information, and a list of sources41ocn754881332book19980.07Bolden, TonyaAnd not afraid to dareJuvenile worksBiographyBiographical portraits of ten African-American women including Leontyne Price, Toni Morrison, and Jackie Joyner-Kersee+-+953539540531ocn037122752visu19900.96Carnegie Hall at 100 a place of dreamsTribute to Carnegie Hall, New York, in the form of a series of brief interviews with performers who have appeared on its stage. They share reminiscences of their own and others' performances, relay historical information, and discuss the variety of Carnegie Hall's presentations, which have included classical music, jazz, pop, comedy, drama, dance, children's concerts, and folk music. Archival footage of illustrious performers of the past and excerpts from more recent performances provide a sampling of the hall's offerings. A montage of the activities of past and present tenants of the building's many studios illustrates its importance to the arts. Tenants and supporters are seen protesting a proposed demolition in 1960, which would have had disastrous and wide-ranging effects. Interspersed through the program are excerpts from Mussorgsky's Pictures at an exhibition, played by the New York Youth Symphony conducted by Samuel Wong33ocn834525547book20080.96NEA opera honors21ocn051157366file1.00Today in historyBiographyPresents information about the African American lyric soprano, Leontyne Price, who was born on February 10, 1927, in Laurel, Mississippi. Highlights her singing career in the leading opera houses around the world, including receiving eighteen Grammy awards and the Presidential Medal of Freedom11ocn057043016visu19531.00Van Vechten, Carl[Portrait of Leontyne Price, Porgy & Bess]+-+K059557065+-+K059557065Fri Mar 21 15:55:03 EDT 2014batch64526