V0266. ROSA PONSELLE: The Complete Victor Recordings, 1923 - 1925, incl. nine Unpublished (plus several more Unpublished as Victor). Songs by Brahms, Foster, Bland (A perfect day), Dupont (La Rosita), Silberta (Beloved), di Chiara (La Spagnola), Scott (Lullaby), Shelly (Love's sorrow), Monro-Higgins (My lovely Celia), Tosti (Serenata & Good-bye), di Capua, etc. Arias from Aïda, Otello, Ernani, Forza & La Gioconda; Duets w.Martinelli from Aïda. (England) 2-Romophone 81006. Transfers by Ward Marston. Elaborate booklet features discographic data, photos & extensive notes by Bill Park. Long out-of-print! - 754238100628
"For Romophone, 'complete' means just that. The Ponselle has every playable 'take' made in that period, issued or not, seventeen of them, all fascinating, many never available before and none so precisely pitched.... Ponselle's Romophone CD is self-recommending."
- Albert Innaurato, OPERA NEWS, Aug., 1994
"They're very collectable, these Romophone complete editions. Up they go on the shelves, and you know that there is another small but quite important area in the history of singing on records properly covered, ready for reference at any time, and reference that will be a pleasure because the standard of transfer is so reliable."
- J. B. Steane, GRAMOPHONE, Feb., 1995