- Richard Tucker; "Rachel, quand du Seigneur"; La Juive; Fromental Halévyyoutube.com
- Richard Tucker as Eléazar (La Juive)youtube.com
- Richard Tucker live (London) 1973 La Juive, "Rachel quand du seignur" plus sketchyoutube.com
- Passover scene from La Juive - Richard Tucker, 1974youtube.com
La Juive is the best known work of compositor Halevy and along Meyerbeer's Les Huguenots the epitom of "French Grand Opera". This is a live concert performance from London taped in 1973. The score is heavily cut but still offers a fine representa-tion of the work. Richard Tucker - a devout jew in real life - was born to sing the role.
A very passionate perfromance from Richard Tucker. RCA Red Seal. 33rpm. A very passionate perfromance from Richard Tucker. RCA Red Seal. 33rpm. Skip navigation Sign in. Search. ... Richard Tucker- Rachel, Quand Du Seigneur- La Juive YouTube; Carson Can’t Keep Up with Rodney Dangerfield’s Non-Stop One-Liners (1974) - Duration: 11:51.
Richard Tucker--Eleazar Yasuko Hayashi--Rachel David Gwynne--Cardinal Juan Sabate--Leopold Anton Guadagno--conductor Orchestra & Chorus of Royal Opera House,...
OK, so here it is...last video I'm uploading of a young, very lyric Tucker. Singing the signature aria from La Juive. It's from the 4 CD set "Quadromania" I describe in my video of Tucker singing Je Crois Entendre Encore. So, GermanOperaSinger, were you right? Is this the 1947 studio you mentioned before? =D.
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For a discussion of this opera, its history and plot, please see my review of the relatively recent, excellent RCA recording (type Q6872 in Search Reviews). This present recording comes from a live concert performance taped in London in 1973, an evening mounted for the American tenor Richard Tucker, who championed the work for years.
Just after New Year's Day, 1975, Richard Tucker learned that finally, in honor of his 30th anniversary, the Met would stage La Juive as part of its 1975-76 season. In addition to Tucker, the cast would include Beverly Sills, Nicolai Gedda and Paul Plishka, with Leonard Bernstein conducting.
Even more surprisingly, Chapin called Tucker on January 1, 1975 and told him that he was going to approve a production of La Juive for the following season. Sadly, Tucker suddenly died of a heart attack a week later, January 8, 1975, at age 61, while on a concert tour with his friend and colleague, baritone Robert Merrill.
La Juive received its first performance at the Metropolitan Opera in New York on January 16, 1885. Richard Wagner, who admired La Juive, may have 'borrowed' from it the Act I organ effect, for his 1868 opera Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg.