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Maria Callas e Renato Cioni na ópera "Tosca" de Puccini. Londres, 1964.

Maria Callas e Renato Cioni na ópera "Tosca" de Puccini. Londres, 1964.

Maria Callas as Floria Tosca and Renato Cioni as Mario Cavaradossi in the Covent Garden Opera Company production of ‘Tosca’, 21 January 1964

Maria Callas as Floria Tosca and Renato Cioni as Mario Cavaradossi in the Covent Garden Opera Company production of ‘Tosca’, 21 January 1964

Renato Cioni e Maria Callas.  Ópera Tosca (Puccini) Londres, 1965.

Renato Cioni e Maria Callas. Ópera Tosca (Puccini) Londres, 1965.

Tito Gobbi (1913 - 1984) as Scarpia, <a gi-track='captionPersonalityLinkClicked' href=/galleries/search?phrase=Maria+Callas&family=editorial&specificpeople=121806 ng-click='$event.stopPropagation()'>Maria Callas</a> (1923 - 1977) as Tosca, and Renato Cioni (1929 - 2014) as Mario Cavaradossi, in Puccini's 'Tosca' at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, London, January - February 1964. The production was directed by Franco Zeffirelli, with costumes by Marcel Escoffier.

Tito Gobbi (1913 - 1984) as Scarpia, <a gi-track='captionPersonalityLinkClicked' href=/galleries/search?phrase=Maria+Callas&family=editorial&specificpeople=121806 ng-click='$event.stopPropagation()'>Maria Callas</a> (1923 - 1977) as Tosca, and Renato Cioni (1929 - 2014) as Mario Cavaradossi, in Puccini's 'Tosca' at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, London, January - February 1964. The production was directed by Franco Zeffirelli, with costumes by Marcel Escoffier.

Maria Callas (1923-1977) with Renato Cioni in Franco Zeffirelli's production of 'Tosca' at Covent Garden, 1964 Photo: Getty Images

Callas, the highlight of 1,000 operas

Maria Callas (1923-1977) with Renato Cioni in Franco Zeffirelli's production of 'Tosca' at Covent Garden, 1964 Photo: Getty Images

Anna Moffo​ North American Light Coloratura Soprano as Madame Butterfly a young geisha fifteen years & Renato Cioni​ Italian Tenor Lyric As Pinkerton a Official of US Navy Aria Duet Vieni la sera (night falls)"Vogliatemi bene ( let us love) Act I Madama Butterfly Opera Or Lyric Drama Asiatic By Giacomo Giacomo Antonio Domenico Puccini​ From Radiotelevisione Italiana Milano OperaMilan Italy At 1956 -Orchestra and Chorus of Radiotelevisione Italiana Milano Opera -Oliviero De Fabritiis…

Anna Moffo​ North American Light Coloratura Soprano as Madame Butterfly a young geisha fifteen years & Renato Cioni​ Italian Tenor Lyric As Pinkerton a Official of US Navy Aria Duet Vieni la sera (night falls)"Vogliatemi bene ( let us love) Act I Madama Butterfly Opera Or Lyric Drama Asiatic By Giacomo Giacomo Antonio Domenico Puccini​ From Radiotelevisione Italiana Milano OperaMilan Italy At 1956 -Orchestra and Chorus of Radiotelevisione Italiana Milano Opera -Oliviero De Fabritiis…

Receiving kisses from Tito Gobbi and Renato Cioni after a gala performance of Tosca at Covent Garden in 195, which turns out to be her final appearance on the operatic stage.

Receiving kisses from Tito Gobbi and Renato Cioni after a gala performance of Tosca at Covent Garden in 195, which turns out to be her final appearance on the operatic stage.

Vissi d’arte, vissi d’amore ... Nell’ora del dolore perché,Perché Signore, perché me ne rimuneri così? ~ I lived for art, I loved for love ... In this hour of pain, why, Why, oh Lord, why do you repay me thus? — Floria Tosca Maria Callas as Floria Tosca and Renato Cioni as Mario Cavaradossi in the Covent Garden Opera Company production of ‘Tosca’, 21 January 1964...

Vissi d’arte, vissi d’amore ... Nell’ora del dolore perché,Perché Signore, perché me ne rimuneri così? ~ I lived for art, I loved for love ... In this hour of pain, why, Why, oh Lord, why do you repay me thus? — Floria Tosca Maria Callas as Floria Tosca and Renato Cioni as Mario Cavaradossi in the Covent Garden Opera Company production of ‘Tosca’, 21 January 1964...

Callas and Sutherland’s tenor — Renato Cioni — dies at 84

Callas and Sutherland’s tenor — Renato Cioni — dies at 84

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