The Bartoli legacy in the making

Roca, Octavio
June 1994
World & I;Jun94, Vol. 9 Issue 6, p118
Features the musical recordings of Cecilia Bartoli, a mezzo soprano from Rome, Italy. Annotated discography; Debut recital in 1989; List of Bartoli's musical recordings; Bartoli's Rossini discs; Bartoli's first recital of Mozart; Virtues of Bartoli's Mozart; Mozart's Italian operas; Intensely personal feeling for words; List of Mozartean records of Bartoli.


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