Marouf, Savetier Du Caire. Composed By – Henri RabaudConductor – E. Cohen. Airs D'Opéras Français. Disque N° 2 (LP, Mono).
Georges Thill, Album. Georges Thill (Collection 'Les voix d'or'). Other albums by Georges Thill. Gustave Charpentier: Louise (1935). Il Mito dell'Opera: Georges Thill. Georges Thill 8/29/2015. 1 Invocation à la nature Georges Thill 3:7. 2 Werther Georges Thill 3:38. 4 Romance de Radamès, Ô celeste Aïda (Extrait de l'opéra "Aïda") Georges Thill 4:22. 5 Asile héréditaire (Extrait de l'opéra "Guillaume Tell") Georges.
Georges Thill (14 December 1897 – 17 October 1984) was a French opera singer, often considered to be his country's greatest lyric-dramatic tenor. Born in Paris, his career lasted from 1924 to 1953, peaking during the 1930s. A pupil of the Neapolitan tenor Fernando De Lucia (1860-1925), Thill made his opera debut at the Paris Opéra in 1924, and continued to perform there and at the Opéra-Comique for several decades.
Georges Thill (opera singer). Best of Georges Thill. French Opera Orchestra, Georges Prêtre & Georges Thill. Georges Thill : Mélodies et chansons.
By Georges Thill, Maurice Faure. PLAY ALL. Great Opera Singers, Georges Thill - Recordings 1925-1936. Released by Classical Moments Dec 2009 19 Tracks. By Georges Thill, Maurice Faure.
Mir Saeid Marouf Lakrani (Persian: میر سعید معروف لكرانی, born 23 September 1985, in Urmia) is an Iranian volleyball setter. He is the captain of the Iranian national team. He was named best setter at the 2014 World League and 2008, 2012 and 2016 Olympic qualifying tournaments, as well as most valuable player at the 2013 Asian Championship. He participated in the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Georges Thill (14 December 1897 – 17 October 1984) was a French opera singer, often considered to be his country's greatest lyric-dramatic tenor. A pupil of the Neapolitan tenor Fernando De Lucia (1860–1925), Thill made his opera debut at the Paris Opéra in 1924, and he continued to appear there and at the Opéra-Comique for several decades, undertaking a busy schedule of performances
|A||Marouf - Acte I - Scene I "Il Est Des Musulmans"|
|B||Marouf - Acte II - Scene IV "La Caravane"|
- Manufactured By – Columbia Graphophone Company Ltd.
- Accompanied By, Orchestra – Elie Cohen
- Tenor Vocals – M. Georges Thill*
NotesThis version has the boxed BIEM logo on the bottom centre of the label
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label side A): LX 204-1
- Matrix / Runout (Label side B): LX 203-1
- Rights Society: BIEM
|D 15035||M. Georges Thill*||Marouf (Shellac, 12")||Columbia||D 15035||France||Unknown|