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Un Bel Di - Mirella Freni - The Great Voice Of Mirella Freni (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Mirella Freni, Cavaliere OMRI (Italian:  [miˈrɛlːa ˈfreːni], born Mirella Fregni, 27 February  – 9 February ) was an Italian operatic soprano who had a career of 50 years and appeared at major international opera houses.
  2. Mirella Freni is the textbook example of a lyric soprano who expanded wisely to the spinto roles, conserving her voice so that even in her sixties she still possessed enough vocal freshness and bloom that she made a credible Mimi in theaters all over the world. (In Italy, one of her nicknames is "La Prudentissima," or "the most prudent one.").
  3. The seventies saw Freni's voice expanding and growing naturally very unlike Renata Scotto, who pushed her voice to sing roles too heavily orchestrated. Scotto is a great artist, but nobody can deny the fact that her voice turned terribly shrill/5(21).
  4. Feb 09,  · Mirella Freni, an exemplary Italian prima donna for nearly 50 years, whose voice was ideally suited to lighter lyric roles but maintained its bloom even Author: Anthony Tommasini.
  5. May 20,  · Joyce DiDonato Master Class January Puccini’s “Donde lieta usci” from La bohème - Duration: Carnegie Hall , views.
  6. Mirella Freni, Soundtrack: Copycat. Mirella Freni was born on February 27, in Modena, Italy as Mirella Fregni. She was an actress, known for Copycat (), Fatal Attraction () and Awakenings (). She was married to Nicolai Ghiaurov and Leone Magiera. She died on February 9, in Modena, Emilia-Romagna, Italy.
  7. Already at ten, Freni was singing. "Oh, yes, I sang 'Un bel dì' from Madama Butterfly and the cherry duet from L'Amico Fritz. I even sang the big arias from the first act of La Traviata, and there were no problems — my problems with Violetta came later. I don't remember what I sounded like, but people say it was a very nice voice, with good.
  8. Mirella Freni was the textbook example of a lyric soprano who expanded wisely to the spinto roles, conserving her voice so that even in her sixties, she still possessed enough vocal freshness and bloom that she made a credible Mimi in theaters all over the world. (In Italy, one of her nicknames was "La Prudentissima," or "the most prudent one.").

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