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1. Mise en Relation Avec L'opéra
3. Norma : Sediziose Voci
4. Norma : Casta Diva
5. Norma : A ! Bello a Me Ritorna
6. Il Trovatore : D'amor Sull'ali Rose
7. .Il Trovatore : Misere
8. Il Barbiere Di Siviglia : Overture
9. Il Barbiere Di Siviglia : Una Voce Poca Fa
10. Tosca : Tosca
11. E Un Buon Falco
12. Tosca : Ell a Vera Per Amor Del Suo Mario
13. Tosca : Tal Violenza !
14. Tosca : Ed or Fra Noi Parliam Da Buoni Amici
15. Tosca : Orsu
18. Tosca : Floria ! Amore !
19. Tosca : La Povera Mia Cena Fu Interrota
20. Tosca : Già
21. Mi Dicon Venal
22. Tosca : Vissi D'arte
23. Tosca : Vedi
24. Le Man Giunte
25. Tosca : Tosca
26. Finalmente Mia !
The gala evening at the Paris Opera on December 19, 1958 was announced in the press as 'the greatest show in the world'. Maria Callas, at the height of her glory, performed for the first time in front of a Parisian audience. The diva delivered all the facets of her art through the Italian classics that she loved, with the theatrical genius that is proper to her. Paris gave her a triumphant evening! The original recording of this evening, broadcast in Eurovision throughout Europe, has been newly restored with the greatest care. Presentation by Benoît Duteurtre, novelist, essayist and music critic.Excerpts from Norma by BelliniExcerpts from Il Trovatore by VerdiExcerpts from Il barbiere di Seviglia by RossiniComplete second act of Tosca by Puccini'