- Performer Kammersänger Richard Tauber
- Title Musica Proibita / Melodie Von Rubinstein
- Date of release 1931
- Other formats XM TTA MP2 DMF MMF MPC MP4
- Genre Pop / Classical
- Size MP3 1318 mb
- Size FLAC 1182 mb
- Rating: 4.7
- Votes: 264
Musica proibita" (Forbidden Music) is a song within a song. A young woman tells of a handsome young man ("un bel garzone") who sings a love song beneath her balcony every night. She longs to sing it herself to re-live the thrill she felt, but her mother has forbidden her. Knowing that her mother has left the house, she sings it, and then recalling the last time she heard him, she sings it again even more intensely.
It also includes his HMV sessions (many of which were issued by RCA in the United States), the 1976 Brahms D minor concerto released by Decca, plus all of the previously unpublished and bonus material that first appeared in RCA’s similarly scaled 1999 Rubinstein Collection
Gianluca Ginoble Musica Proibita added 3 new photos to the album: Álbum de Piero Barone, Il Volo. February 17, 2015 ·. Álbum de Piero Barone, Il Volo.
Richard Tauber (tenor), Orchester des Großen Schauspielhauses Berlin, Staatskapelle Berlin, Odeon-Orchester, Ernst Hauke, Frieder Weissmann, Franz Schönbaumsfeld. Gastaldon: Musica proibita, Op. 5 (Arr. for Voice & Orchestra).
With the cover proclaiming it is "The World's Biggest Set for a Solo Artist!," this box contains everything the completist fan of pianist Arthur Rubinstein could ever want. Not only are there nearly 150 discs of music - both reissued and newly issued recordings - there's also a handsome, hardcover book and two DVDs: one with a documentary about Rubinstein, the other his 1975 recital benefitting Israel.
|A||Musica Proibita (Verboten Gesang)|
|B||Melodie Von Rubinstein (Komm, Holdes Mädchen, Der Lenz Ist Erwacht)|