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(Msg. 1) Posted: Wed Aug 17, 2011 11:20 am
Post subject: EXTREMELY RARE CDs OF FORGOTTEN OPERA SINGERS

Hello My name is Ashot Arakelyan. I am a private record collector. I sell very rare transfers (CDs) from 78s, mostly of italian, spanish and russian opera singers of Caruso era. Italian opera singers, whose recordings I sell primarily sang in the Italian smaller opera Houses and in Europe.This recordings are extremely rare and are impossible to find on the web. I mean recordings of tenors Francesco Bravi (1870-1904), Alfredo Cecchi (1875-?), Italo Cristalli (1879-1932), Carlo Cartica (1865-?),Antonio Fassino (1874-1915),Remo De Giovanni (?-?)and many many others. Recordings was made for Fonotipia, Zonophone, Phonodisc Mondial, Fonografia Nazionale etc...

Here is my email stampanoni.RemoveThis@rambler.ru

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