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A Passóver Seder Féstival

Richard Tucker

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Customer Reviews

Interesting recording

The sound quality of this recording is very high and Richard Tucker's voice really shines with clarity and brilliance. There are some strange aspects to this recording though...an old man's voice can occasionaly be heard explaining the meaning of Passover customs (very briefly), but this doesn't interrupt the music, don't worry. Also, the young girl (well, she sounds like a young girl) that sings a few places throughout the music is not my favorite. I would have preferred a fuller soprano voice, but that is just my preference. She doesn't sing much at all though, so it doesn't really matter. Despite those two things, I really like this album...probably because I really like Richard Tucker.

Biography

Born: August 28, 1913 in New York, NY

Genre: Classical

Years Active: '40s, '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s

Richard Tucker is today primarily associated with the history of opera in America — a highly gifted tenor, he is compared to Franco Corelli in influence and appeal, and classed with people like Alfredo Kraus and Nicolai Gedda. But Tucker, as a Jewish American who came to music from a religious background, had an output different from all of those others, and, ironically, was just as well known in the United States — and perhaps even more beloved — for that other side of his work....
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