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Grace Moore - I Give My Heart / The Dubarry mp3 flac

  • Singer: Grace Moore
  • Album: I Give My Heart / The Dubarry
  • MP3: 1266 mb | FLAC: 1941 mb
  • Released: 1940
  • Style: Operetta
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 217
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Grace Moore - I Give My Heart / The Dubarry mp3 flac

Listen to I Give My Heart from Grace Moore's One Night of Love for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Also featured on. +5 other releases.

Moore's work in The Dubarry is represented on two tracks, "Without Your Love" (with Richard Crooks) and "I Give My Heart," and four numbers from The King Steps Out are here as well along with, of course, "One Night of Love" (recorded with the Metropolitan Orchestra and chorus). Berlin's "Always" is a welcome late career track from 1945, but the most pleasing aspect of this CD is the presence of arias by Hahn, Schubert, and Puccini (from Boheme and Madame Butterfly), which offer a glimpse of her work with operatic repertory.

Grace Moore (December 5, 1898 – January 26, 1947) was an American operatic soprano and actress in musical theatre and film. She was nicknamed the "Tennessee Nightingale. Her films helped to popularize opera by bringing it to a larger audience. She was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actress for her performance in One Night of Love. In 1947, Moore died in a plane crash at the age of 48. She published an autobiography in 1944 titled You're Only Human Once. In 1953, a film about her life was released titled So This Is Love starring Kathryn Grayson. I Give My Heart - Grace Moore, Nin. The Dubarry - Grace Moore, Bizet.

13. Learn How To Lose. Well, here's one giving you the music of "The Tennessee Nightingale," the operatic soprano and musical theatre performer Grace Moore, born Mary Willy Grace Moore in Slabtown, Tennessee on December 5, 1898, but essentially raised in Jellico, Tennessee. After formal training as an opera singer, she earned her first professional pay-cheque at Greenwich Village's Black Cat Café, before appearing on Broadway in Jerome Kern's Hitchy-Koo in 1920.

Tracklist

A I GIve My Heart
B The Dubarry

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – RCA Manufacturing Co., Inc.
  • Pressed By – RCA Records Pressing Plant, Indianapolis

Credits

  • Soprano Vocals – Grace Moore
  • Written-By – Carl Millöcker, Rowland Leigh