Andrea Guiot    (Malibran 207)
Item# V2237
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Andrea Guiot    (Malibran 207)
V2237. ANDRÉA GUIOT: Arias from Don Giovanni, Otello, Mireille, Carmen, Les Contes d’Hoffmann, Hérodiade, Guillaume Tell, Sigurd, Faust & Turandot. (France) Malibran 207. - 7600003772077

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“Andréa Guiot was a noted French soprano who graduated in 1955 with first prize of the Conservatoire de Paris. She then joined the Meeting of National opera houses (RTLN) and became a member of the troupe of the Opéra 1956 to 1973. From 1959 she assumed the major roles at the Paris Opéra: Marguerite in FAUST (1959), and Micaëla in CARMEN. Andréa Guiot retired from her theatrical career at Strasbourg in 1975 singing Elisabeth de Valois in DON CARLOS. Beginning in 1977, she became a professor at the Paris Conservatoire.

Among her celebrated recording are Lully’s AMADIS OF GAUL, with Jacques Villisech, Odile Pietti, Michel Sénéchal, Eliane Manchet, Robert Massard, Christiane Eda-Pierre, Jules Bastin, etc.; CARMEN, with Maria Callas , Nicolai Gedda, Robert Massard, etc. (EMI); CARMEN, with Jane Rhodes, Albert Lance, Robert Massard - Roberto Benzi Cond. (Philips Classics); CAVALLERIA RUSTICANA, with Alain Vanzo, Suzanne Sarroca, Robert Massard, etc., (MSA MONDIOPHONE); LES CONTES D'HOFFMANN, with Albert Lance, Mady Mesplé, Suzanne Sarroca, Julien Giovannetti, Robert Massard, Gabriel Bacquier, Yves Bisson, Solange Michel, Gérard Serkoyan - Jesus Etcheverry Cond. (MSA MONDIOPHONE); HÉRODIADE, with Mimi Aarden, Guy Fouché, Charles Cambon, Germain Ghislain - Albert Wolff Cond. (Malibran); MIREILLE, with Alain Vanzo, René Bianco, etc. (VOGUE); FAUST, with Gustave Botiaux, Xavier Depraz, René Bianco, Jacqueline Silvy, etc. - Jésus Etcheverry Cond. (ORPHEUS); SIGURD, with Guy Chauvet, Robert Massard, Jules Bastin, Ernest White, Bernard Demigny, Jean Dupouy, Andrée Esposito, Denise Scharley, etc. - Manuel Rosenthal Cond. (CHANT DU MONDE); VÉRONIQUE, with Mady Mesplé, Denise Benoit, Michel Dens, etc.”

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