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VERDI: Soprano Arias with Orchestra, Vol. I

By Giuseppe Verdi

Soprano voice
Composed by Giuseppe Verdi (1813-1901). Vocal Score and CD+G. Published by Music Minus One (MO.MMOCDG4059).

Item Number: MO.MMOCDG4059

ISBN 1596155434. Soloist: Zvetelina Maldjanska, soprano; Ensemble: Plovdiv Philharmonic Orchestra; Conductor: Nayden Todorov.

Prima donna Zvetelina Maldjanska sings great Verdi soprano arias, and you have the same orchestra as backup - polish those chords and wow them!

Includes a printed vocal score on high-quality ivory paper, with informative liner notes; and a CD+G graphics-enabled compact disc with complete versions (with soloist) followed by stereo orchestral accompaniments to each piece, minus the soloist.

About CD+G
CD+G (CD+Graphics) is a special disc format in which simple graphics and text are stored in the sub channels of an audio disc. When you play a CD+G disc in a CD+G compatible player (like a karaoke machine), lyrics and images appear on the monitor or TV screen in time to the music. If you play a CD+G disc in a regular CD player, you'll still be able to hear the music and sing along to your favorite tracks, but the graphics features won't function. The CD+G format is a fun and useful learning tool!

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  • April 23, 2008 no english translation!

    I've only learned Sul fil d'un soffio etesio so far. While I was happy to find this piece with orchestra accompaniment, I was unhappy to find that there is no english translation. Therefore, I have no idea what I am singing! All attempts to find the english lyrics...

    online have failed. Also, the song is cut short abruptly at the end, both in the accompaniment and the sheet music!

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