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  • Vi ravviso, o luoghi ameni - Pol Plançon - La Sonnambula

    3:28

    Such a very elegant rendition of this aria, all done with much grace. He keeps his voice light and mobile and doesn't sound like a Bulgarian... The great French operatic bass and one of the giants of the Golden Age of Opera, Pol Plançon (1851-1914) in Vi ravviso, o luoghi ameni from Bellini's opera La Sonnambula. The recording was made in 1903 for Victor Talking Machine & Co. (New York).

    Plançon was described by W. J. Henderson as one of the greatest masters of vocal technique that ever trod the stage. Renowned for his exquisite legato singing as well as for his limpid tone, precise intonation, and virtuosic mastery of ornaments and fioriture, Plançon has an ease and fluidity of delivery which remains unrivaled. His interpretation of Méphistophélès in Gounod's Faust was legendary; he sang over 100 times during his 10 seasons at the Paris Opéra. Plançon was also a member of New York's Metropolitan Opera where he remained until his retirement in 1908.

    Is the pronunciation sometimes careless, often blurred and abandoned, with typical mannerisms of the singers of the era, such as the shuffling of the consonants in words like gioven(e)tù, non(e)trovo più ?

    For more substantial biographical notes, please see:


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    La Sonnambula (The Sleepwalker). Act 1. A village, a mill in the background. A stranger (Count Rodolfo) arrives, asking the way to the castle. Lisa points out that it is getting late and he will not reach it before dark and offers him lodging at her inn. The newcomer, who surprises the villagers by his familiarity with the locality, asks about the celebrations and admires Amina, who reminds him of a girl he had loved long ago. He admits to having once stayed in the castle: Vi ravviso, o luoghi ameni.

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    Questa è a mio parere una delle più belle incisioni di Plançon. Intollerabile il difetto di non ruttare come certi suoi bulgari colleghi, vero?

    Pol Plançon è esempio contrario di quella che fu ed è la tendenza ad adombrare la propria natura risolvendo la cosa nella proverbiale emissione con la patata o castagna in bocca.
    Personalmente penso che un certo grado di contraffazione del suono sia dilagato così bene tra le voci gravi che è difficile oggi rendersene conto, complice la convinzione che una voce grave debba necessariamente essere scura, errore temo generato da una confusione tra colore e altezza del suono. Anzi, ho paura che addirittura si insegni questo make up della propria voce. Ciò accade in particolare per il basso.

    Lo stereotipo attuale della voce di basso è ben diverso. Quello che non mi è chiaro è quale sia stato il modello che ha inciso in questa mutazione di gusto e di aspettative su come dovrebbe suonare un basso. Per i tenori è evidente l'influenza carusiana (tra l'altro, uno che dichiaratamente idolatrava Plançon) e per i baritoni quella di Titta Ruffo. Probabilmente la tendenza all'oscuramento (quasi sempre artificioso) delle altre vocalità ha portato anche i bassi a cercare una differenziazione timbrica rispetto a baritoni e tenori post Ruffo e post Caruso. Va anche detto che la voce di vero basso è rara, per cui molti semplicemente fingono una vocalità che non sarebbe la loro. Comunque questa tendenza a creare voci finte, artificiose appunto, con questo innaturale oscuramento del suono è a mio parere un elemento che rende spesso caricaturale il canto lirico (che dovrebbe invece semplicemente essere la massima espressione delle potenzialità naturali di una voce sana), contribuendo anche ad allontanare il pubblico.

  • Elle Ne MAime Pas

    3:52

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    Elle Ne M'Aime Pas · Pol Plancon

    Opera Favourites

    ℗ Hallmark

    Released on: 2000-01-01

    Artist: Pol Plancon

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  • Pol PLANCON ~ Les Rameaux ~ 1902

    2:32

    Pol Plancon (1851-1914) Les Rameaux (J.B.Faure) 1902.

  • Pol Plançon, bass Le Caïdair du Tambour-Major 27/3/1907 G&T

    4:10

    Le Caïd Ambroise Thomas (it seems I am the first to upload this gem???)

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  • Faust: Le Veau Dor

    2:02

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    Faust: Le Veau D'or · Pol Plancon

    A Golden Treasure Of The Past, Vol. 3

    ℗ Maestoso

    Released on: 2000-01-01

    Artist: Pol Plancon

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  • Faust: Le veau dor

    1:59

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    Faust: Le veau d'or · Pol Plançon

    Favorite French Excerpts

    ℗ 2009 Opera d'Oro

    Released on: 2009-07-23

    Composer: Charles Gounod

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  • Pol Plançon - Qui sdegno - Recorded 1905

    2:48

    Pol Plançon (1851--1914)
    basse chantante

    Il Flauto Magico (Die Zauberflöte)
    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

  • Pol Plançon , Embarquez-vous

    2:28

    The great French basse chantante (1851-1914) in a musical setting of a poem by French poet and novelist Ulrich Guttinguer, (1785-1866) one of the leading figures of the Romantic Revolution.

  • Faust: Le veau dor

    1:59

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    Faust: Le veau d'or · Charles Gounod · Pol Plançon

    Opera's Super Villains

    ℗ 2009 Opera d'Oro

    Released on: 2009-07-28

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  • The Great Pol Plançon Sings Elle ne maime pas From Verdis Don Carlo 1907

    3:53

    Pol Plançon (1851-1914) is one of the most admired of early basses who made recordings. He is an almost pure exemplar of 19th century singing technique, based largely on bel canto refinements. Even though verismo extends back into the 19th century, operas commonly called verismo operas were often sung by bel canto trained singers. Plançon remains greatly admired even today, 161 years after his birth, largely for his elegance, which was remarkable.
    Don Carlos, as the opera is known in the French version, was originally conceived of and presented as a French grand opera. We now know this aria from the Italian version, Don Carlo, as Ella giammai m'amo

  • Pol Plançon Sings Ulrich Guttinguers Embarquez-Vous! 1902

    2:27

    The great French basse chantante Pol Plançon (1851-1914)in a musical setting of a poem by French poet and novelist Ulrich Guttinguer, (1785-1866) one of the leading figures of the Romantic Revolution.

    Embarquez-vous! qu'on se dépèche; We must be on our way!/La nacelle est dans les roseaux./The boat is in the reeds./Le ciel est pur, la brise est fraiche, The sky is clear, The breeze is cool!...............

    .............Le plaisir aime les voyages, Pleasure enjoys traveling,/Amis, parents, accourez tous. Friends, relatives, come everyone!Jeunes et vieux, folles et sages, Young and Old, Wise and Foolish
    Embarquez-vous! Embark!

  • Pol Plançon - Au pays bleu - Recorded 1903 #RARE

    2:44

    Pol Plançon, the superb French basse chantante sings a song written for him (and dedicated to him) by his contemporary and friend, composer Cécile Louise Stéphanie Chaminade (1857-1944).

    Though her piano pieces and songs are mostly forgotten today, they were tremendous favorites of the American public. And her work was no less because of her gender. Ambroise Thomas, the celebrated French composer and writer, once said of Chaminade: This is not a woman who composes, but a composer who is a woman.

  • Stabat Mater: Pro peccatis

    2:55

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    Stabat Mater: Pro peccatis (Recorded 1904) · Pol Plançon · Gioacchino Rossini

    Emma Eames and Pol Plançon (Recorded 1903 - 1911)

    ℗ 1994 Nimbus Records Limited

    Released on: 1994-01-01

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  • Pol Plançon

    43:03

    Dedicated to dearest best friend & great artist: Laetita Hahn:

    • Flotow - Martha: Chi mi dirà R.1907 03 27 USA
    • Gounod - Roméo et Juliette: Allons jeunes gens R.1904 01 29 USA
    • Adam - Le Châlet: Arretons nous ici R.1904 02 27 USA
    • Berlioz - Damnation de Faust: Devant la maison R.1906 01 23 USA
    • Gounod - Faust: Le veau d'or R.1906 03 08 USA
    • Godard: Embarquez-vous? R.1902 London
    • Gounod - Faust: Vous qui faites l'endormie R.1904 01 29 USA
    • Rossini - Stabat Mater: Pro peccatis R.1904 01 29 USA
    • Thomas - Caïd: Air du tambour major R.1902 London
    • Thomas - Caïd: Air du tambour major R.1907 03 27 USA
    • Meyerbeer - Robert le Diable: Nonnes qui reposez R.1908 04 14 USA
    • Meyerbeer - L'étoile du Nord: O jours heureux R.1908 04 14 USA
    • Schumann: Les deux grenadiers R.1906 03 14 USA
    • Verdi - Don Carlos: Elle ne m'aime pas R.1907 03 27 USA
    • Gounod - Roméo et Juliette: Allons jeunes gens R.1902 London

  • Embarquez-vous

    2:32

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    Embarquez-vous · Pol Plancon

    The Harold Wayne Collection, Vol. 8 (1902)

    ℗ 2011 Symposium

    Released on: 2011-01-04

    Artist: Pol Plancon
    Artist: Anonymous
    Composer: Benjamin Godard

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  • Pol Plançon - Carmen: Votre toast Couplets du Toréador - Recorded 1903 #RARE

    2:38

    Plançon, the star basse chantante near the turn of the 20th century, sang Escamillo a handful of times, usually resulting in less critical enthusiasm for this part than for any other role he essayed. Critics complained that his interpretation was too cool, too refined and elegant—less the fiery Latin temperament and declamatory singing style to which they had grown accustomed in their on-stage Toreadors.

    Nevertheless, the ease with which he tosses off the notes (transposed a half step down as they are), the clarity of the diction, the finesse of the tiny but essential ornaments, paint a picture of the Toreador contento. Never has this been sung in such way that feels so... *Spanish.*


    Indeed Herman Klein said:

    It is not with the swinging march refrain, however, that the singer finds any difficulty, but rather the extended compass, the swift, sudden contrasts, the whirl and animation of the descriptive narrative depicting the bull-fight in song. The nature of the task is proved by the fact that although the crowd loves and applauds and encores it, the Toreador's Song very seldom creates the impression of being sung with ease and elegance by a true espada, a typical Spaniard, a man to whom the danger of a pretty face is far more serious than the rush of an Andalusian bull. That was how Del Puente and Lassalle and PLANÇON contrived to make you feel. But not very often, I am sorry to say, can you feel so nowadays[.]

  • pol plancon o isis un osiris

    3:39

    I took all the pictures of differente url in the web, even I improved some of them.
    If somebody feels has rights over this pictures, please tell me and I will changed it or them.

  • La Sonnambula: Il Mulino, Il Fonte... Vi Ravvioso, O Luoghio Ameni

    3:32

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    La Sonnambula: Il Mulino, Il Fonte... Vi Ravvioso, O Luoghio Ameni · Pol Plançon

    The Birth Of Opera 1900-1950

    ℗ 2011 Unchained Melodíe

    Released on: 2011-03-01

    Composer: Vincenzo Bellini

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  • Noel - Pol Plancon - Recorded December 23, 1903 - Victor Record

    3:04

    Here is the great French Basso, Pol Plancon singing Noel (Holy Night) with piano accompaniment. This was one of Plancon's first Victor Records, recorded at his first Victor Recording session on December 23, 1903. A very Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays (2010) from Victrolaman.

  • Faust: Vous qui faîtes lendormie

    3:16

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    Faust: Vous qui faîtes l'endormie (Recorded 1906) · Pol Plançon · Charles-François Gounod

    Emma Eames and Pol Plançon (Recorded 1903 - 1911)

    ℗ 1994 Nimbus Records Limited

    Released on: 1994-01-01

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  • 100 Greatest Singers: POL PLANCON

    4:20

    THIS PROJECT IS RESERVED ONLY FOR THE GREATEST! Do you agree having Pol Plancon in this collection? Please comment!

    Pol Plancon, Bass (1851, other source 1854-1914)

    Ambroise Thomas Le Caid
    Enfant chéri, des dames, des grisettes (Air du Tambour-Major)
    (Recorded 1903)

    My personal opinion: E la solita storia, it´s the same old story: The old school singers were much better. A prejustice or simply the truth?
    It´s not easy to give an accounted answer. Many of these singers came to the record studios when they were far beyond their peak, for instance Patti recorded her first arias when she was over 60! With this in mind I listened to her and Lilli Lehmann. For this project I choose none of them, because I believe their sound legacy is insuffcicient.
    Well, what about Pol Plancon? His recordings are surprising freshly. Most basses I know are inflexible. Their voices are dark, sometimes right black, but not really alive... That´s the reason, most basses have exactly the same sound. It´s difficult to differentiate and recognize them.
    Plancon de facto was different. Here is his most famous showpiece. He begins with a dark, heavy tone and than, when the music speeds up, it seems we hear another singer. He possessed more than one voice.
    He certainly was not the greatest bass, but a very flexible one and I believe his sophisticated way of singing was a pattern for many of his successors, Samuel Ramey and José von Dam for example.

  • Le lazzarone - Le filibustier

    3:16

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    Le lazzarone - Le filibustier · Pol Plancon

    The Symposium Opera Collection, Vol. 5 (1902-1908)

    ℗ 2011 Symposium

    Released on: 2011-08-02

    Artist: Pol Plancon
    Composer: Alexandre Georges
    Composer: Benedetto Ferrari

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  • Pol Plançon - Schumanns Wanderlied - Recorded 1903 #RARE

    2:35

    The great basse chantante Pol Plançon, according to his niece Marthe, had a special affinity with Schumann's music. He was famous for his rendition of Schumann's Die beiden Grenadiere (and recorded it no less that seven times), but he also often sang Wanderlied in concert.

    With the exception of his Wagner roles, Plançon tended to sing German works in French or Italian. Nevertheless, the vivacity and youthful ardor are there in the crispness of the attack and enunciation, coupled with the legato and velvety tone, bring the text to life as well as any German interpreter could.

  • Basso POL PLANÇON - Don Carlos Je dormirai dans mon manteau royal

    4:00

    Giuseppe Verdi - Don Carlos Où suis-je?... Je dormirai dans mon manteau royal -
    Basso Francese POL PLANÇON (Fumay 12.6.1851 - Parigi 11.8.1914)

  • Les rameaux

    2:37

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    Les rameaux · Pol Plancon

    The Harold Wayne Collection, Vol. 8 (1902)

    ℗ 2011 Symposium

    Released on: 2011-01-04

    Artist: Pol Plancon
    Artist: Anonymous
    Composer: Jean-Baptiste Faure

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  • Pol PLANCON ~ Piff, Paff ~ 1902

    2:53

    Pol Plancon (1851-1914) Piff, Paff from Les Huguenots (Meyerbeer) - 1902 rec.

  • Le soupir

    2:54

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    Le soupir · Pol Plancon

    An Anthology of Song, Vol. 2 (1903-1935)

    ℗ 2011 Symposium

    Released on: 2011-01-04

    Artist: Pol Plancon
    Artist: Anonymous
    Composer: Herman Bemberg

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  • Le cor

    3:59

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    Le cor · Pol Plancon

    The Symposium Opera Collection, Vol. 5 (1902-1908)

    ℗ 2011 Symposium

    Released on: 2011-08-02

    Artist: Pol Plancon
    Composer: Ange Flegier

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  • Pol Plançon, Voici des Roses - La Damnation de Faust

    3:00

    Recorded in 1907.

  • French Basse Chantante Pol Plancon ~ Vallons de lHelvetie

    3:11

    By request from meltzerboy/ French Basse Chantante Pol Plancon (1851-1914) / Vallons de l'Helvetie / Chalet (Adam) / Recored: March 27, 1904 --

  • Noël • Pol Plançon

    2:55

    Bass Pol Plançon sings Adolphe Adam's Cantique de Noël (O Holy Night) on Victor batwing record 6248-A, played on an EMG Mark IX gramophone with a Meltrope III soundbox and a Burmese Colour Needle. Acoustically recorded January 23, 1906 in New York City.

  • La sonnambula, Act I: In mulino … Vi ravviso, o luoghi ameni

    3:31

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    La sonnambula, Act I: In mulino … Vi ravviso, o luoghi ameni · Pol Plancon

    The Symposium Opera Collection, Vol. 5 (1902-1908)

    ℗ 2011 Symposium

    Released on: 2011-08-02

    Artist: Pol Plancon
    Composer: Vincenzo Bellini

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  • LEtoile du Nord: Ô jours heureux de joie et de misère

    3:47

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    L'Etoile du Nord: Ô jours heureux de joie et de misère (Recorded 1908) · Pol Plançon · Giacomo Meyerbeer

    Emma Eames and Pol Plançon (Recorded 1903 - 1911)

    ℗ 1994 Nimbus Records Limited

    Released on: 1994-01-01

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  • Faust: Mephistopheles Serenade

    3:09

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    Faust: Mephistopheles' Serenade · Pol Plancon

    A Golden Treasure Of The Past, Vol. 3

    ℗ Maestoso

    Released on: 2000-01-01

    Artist: Pol Plancon

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  • Pol Plançon - Le flibustier - Recorded 1905

    1:29

    Pol Plançon (1851--1914)
    basse chantante

    Alexandre Georges (1950--1938)
    composer

  • Vi Ravviso from Bellinis La Sonnambula - M. Pol Plancon - 1903 Victor Red Seal

    4:59

    Here is one of the first Domestic 12 Red Seal Records produced by Victor and also featuring the Large Image of Nipper looking down into the Horn of the Gramophone. It is Victor Grand Prize #85018 Vi Ravviso from Bellini's La Sonnambula, sung by the great French Basso M. Pol Plancon. This is from 1903 or early 1904.

  • Pol Plançon - Le lac - Recorded 1904 #RARE

    3:41

    Pol Plançon
    basse chantante

    Composed by
    Louis Niedermeyer (1802--1861)

    Text from Alphonse de Lamartine's 'Méditations poétiques' (1820)

    .............

    Saint-Saëns, in the preface of Niedermeyer's biography:

    Niedermeyer was above all a precursor. He was the first to break the mold of the antiquated and insipid French romance; taking his inspiration from the beautiful poems of Lamartine and Victor hugo, he created a new type of song of a superior artistry, analagous to the German Lied. The resounding success of Le lac paved the way for Gounod and all those that followed this path.

  • Le Caid, Act II: Enfant cheri des dames et des grisettes

    2:50

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    Le Caid, Act II: Enfant cheri des dames et des grisettes · Pol Plancon

    The Harold Wayne Collection, Vol. 8 (1902)

    ℗ 2011 Symposium

    Released on: 2011-01-04

    Artist: Pol Plancon
    Artist: Anonymous
    Composer: Ambroise Thomas

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  • Faust: Faust, Act V: Alerte! Alerte! … Anges purs, anges radieux

    2:58

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    Faust: Faust, Act V: Alerte! Alerte! … Anges purs, anges radieux · Pol Plancon

    The Symposium Opera Collection, Vol. 5 (1902-1908)

    ℗ 2011 Symposium

    Released on: 2011-08-02

    Artist: Pol Plancon
    Artist: Emma Eames
    Artist: Charles Dalmores
    Composer: Charles-Francois Gounod

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  • Romeo et Juliette, Act I: Allons! jeunes gens

    2:17

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    Romeo et Juliette, Act I: Allons! jeunes gens · Pol Plancon

    The Symposium Opera Collection, Vol. 5 (1902-1908)

    ℗ 2011 Symposium

    Released on: 2011-08-02

    Artist: Pol Plancon
    Composer: Charles-Francois Gounod

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  • Embarquez-Vous ! Sung by Pol Plancon 1904 Monarch 78rpm Record

    2:18

    Here is the Great French Bass, Pol Plancon singing Embarguez-Vous composed by Benjamin Godard and recorded in New York on February 27, 1904, by the Victor Talking Machine Co. and featured on an original Red Seal Monarch Record. The Talking Machine is a Victor type II which was first produced in 1902.

  • Romeo et Juliette, Act I: Allons! Jeunes gens

    2:29

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    Romeo et Juliette, Act I: Allons! Jeunes gens · Pol Plancon

    The Harold Wayne Collection, Vol. 8 (1902)

    ℗ 2011 Symposium

    Released on: 2011-01-04

    Artist: Pol Plancon
    Artist: Anonymous
    Composer: Charles-Francois Gounod

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  • Pol Plançon sings the Serenade from The Damnation of Faust, Act III. 1906

    2:00

    Pol Plançon (1854-1914) was an exemplar of French elegance, and was the epitome of the basso cantante, with his wide range, flexibility and bel canto training. This recording, made in 1906, is an open door into 19th century singing. He sounds at times almost like a modern French singer, doing lighter material than opera, but that merely reflects the taste of the times, decidedly pre-verismo. His debut was in Lyons in 1877, going on the Paris Opera in 1883 as Méphistophélès, and on to the Met in l893. He was to sing 33 roles at the Met, in 489 performances.

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  • French Basse Chantante Pol Plancon ~ Vous qui faites lendormie

    3:04

    By request from meltzerboy/ French Basse Chantante Pol Plancon (1851-1914) / Vous qui faites l'endormie / Faust (Gounod) / Recorded: January 29, 1904 --

  • Martha: Chi mi dirà

    2:48

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    Martha: Chi mi dirà (Recorded 1907) · Leo Blech · Hans Lange · Pol Plançon · Friedrich von Flotow

    Great Singers Vol. 2 (Recorded 1903-1939)

    ℗ 1990 Nimbus Records Limited

    Released on: 1990-01-01

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  • French Basse Chantante Pol Plancon ~ O jours heureux

    3:46

    By request from meltzerboy / French Basse Chantante Pol Plancon (1851-1914) / O jours heureux / Etoile du Nord (Meyerbeer) / Recorded: April 14, 1908 --

  • Pol Plançon, Emma Eames, Charles Dalmorès - Faust finale trio - Recorded 1907

    2:55

    Faust
    by Charles Gounod

    Recorded March 25, 1907
    New York, NY


    Act V, Scene III

    Scène III

    Les Mêmes, Méphistophélès
    Méphistophélès
    Alerte! alerte! ou vous êtes perdus!
    Si vous tardez encor, je ne m'en mêle plus!

    Marguerite
    Le démon! le démon! -- Le vois-tu?... là... dans l'ombre
    Fixant sur nous son oeil de feu!
    Que nous veut-il? -- Chasse-le du saint lieu!

    Méphistophélès
    L'aube depuis longtemps a percé la nuit sombre
    Le jour est levé;
    De leur pied sonore
    J'entends nos chevaux frapper le pavé.
    [Cherchant à entraîner Faust]
    Viens! sauvons-la. Peut-être il en est temps encore!

    Marguerite
    Mon Dieu, protégez-moi! -- Mon Dieu, je vous implore!
    [Tombant à genoux]
    Anges purs! anges radieux!
    Portez mon âme au sein des cieux!
    Dieu juste, à toi je m'abandone!
    Dieu bon, je suis à toi! pardonne!

    Faust
    Viens, suis-moi! je le veux!

    Marguerite
    Anges purs, anges radieux!
    Portez mon âme au sein des cieux!.

    Méphistophélès
    Hâte-toi! l'heure sonne!

    Marguerite
    Dieu juste, à toi je m'abandonne!
    Dieu bon, je suis à toi! -- pardonne!

    Faust
    Viens, Marguerite, je le veux!
    Viens!... le jour envahit les cieux

    Méphistophélès
    Hâte-toi de quitter ces lieux!
    Fuis!... le jour envahit les cieux!

    Marguerite
    Anges purs, anges radieux!
    Portez mon âme au sein des cieux!

  • Das Rheingold: Abendlich strahlt

    3:08

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    Das Rheingold: Abendlich strahlt · Anton van Rooy

    The Harold Wayne Collection, Vol. 8 (1902)

    ℗ 2011 Symposium

    Released on: 2011-01-04

    Artist: Anton van Rooy
    Artist: Anonymous
    Composer: Richard Wagner

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  • Les Rameaux

    3:55

    Bass Pol Plançon sings Jean-Baptiste Faure's Les Rameaux (The Palms) on one-sided Victor record 85020, played on a 1926 Victor VE8-30X (Credenza) orthophonic Victrola with a Siren spear tip needle. Acoustically recorded March 14, 1906.

  • pol plancon ,air du toreador

    2:37

    basso francese , registrazione del 1902

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