Recorded Sept. 25-28 and Oct. 1-10, 1962, Salle Wagram, Paris.
Previously released in 1963.
Sung in French.
Program notes by Richard Osborne and synopsisl in English, French and German and libretto in French with German and English translations (114 p.) on container insert.
Rita Gorr, mezzo-soprano; Jon Vickers, Rémy Corazza, Jacques Potier, tenors; Ernest Blanc, baritone; Anton Diakov, Jean-Pierre Hurteau, basses; Choeurs Réne Dudos; Orchestre du Théâtre National de L'Opéra de Paris; Georges Prêtre, conductor.
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