Label: Desto - DC-7118/19 • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Stereo Box Set • Country: US • Genre: Classical • Style: Romantic
TOUREL, JENNIETOUREL, JENNIE (–), mezzo-soprano. Born in Montreal, Canada, Jennie Tourel was educated in Russia, Switzerland, and France, where she studied with Anna El-Tour, whose name she transposed to form her own stage name. In she began her career in the Opéra Comique, Paris, and in settled in the United States. She made her U.S. Source for information on Tourel.
Tourel, Jennie (–)American operatic mezzo-soprano who was considered one of the best recitalists of her era. Born on J (she claimed ), in Vitebsk, Russia (some sources cite Montreal, Canada); died of lung cancer on Novem, in New York City; daughter of Solomon Davidson (a banker) and Pauline (Schulkin) Davidson; studied music privately and with Anna Source.
Jennie Tourel discusses her career with some comments by her accompanist Simon Sargon. Details. Broadcast Date Nov. 8, Physical Format 1 sound tape reel (ca. 55 min.): 10 1/2 in. Duration 32 minutes, 9 seconds Digital Format WAV.
Sound Quality: 5. Mezzo-soprano Jennie Tourel () is best known these days from her recordings with Leonard Bernstein, made toward the end of her long career. But she was a Paris success as Carmen and Mignon in the s, a Met stalwart in the s, and Baba the Turk in the Venice premiere of Stravinsky’s Rake’s Progress.
· Tourel Ebarme dich: Yoël L. Arbeitman wrote (): Since a great injustice exists in the CD discography of Jennie Tourel, I am putting together a number of items that have landed either in my computer or from single Tourel items that are not on the five Tourel CDs that I know of (there is a sixth, the L.V. without much unusual there).
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