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    					  Armando Seppilli 
				     Table of Contents      OTHERS

The Mapleson Cylinders - Program Notes

- Artists
- The Artists -- with an index to their Mapleson recordings
- CONDUCTORS
- Arturo Vigna

Arturo Vigna

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(1863-?), Italian conductor from Turin, led performances in Monte Carlo, Berlin, and at Milan's La Scala before coming to New York for his Met debut with Rigoletto, November 23, 1903 -- the same performance that introduced Enrico Caruso. During his first season, he was paid $4,176 for a three-month engagement during which he also conducted Bohème, Aida, Tosca, Cavalleria and Pagliacci, Traviata, Barbiere, Lucia, the Met premiere of Elisir, and Sunday-night concerts. In later seasons, Vigna presided over the house premieres of Lucrezia Borgia, Fedora, Damnation de Faust, Manon Lescaut, and Madama Butterfly. 1906-07 was his fourth and last season.

Delibes: Sylvia: Side 4/Band 12

Saint-Saëns: Danse Macabre: Side 4/Band 14


    					  Armando Seppilli 
				     Table of Contents      OTHERS