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Very Best Of Luciano Pavarotti
List of Songs: 1. Nessun Dorma 3:04 2. La Donna E Mobile 2:29 3. Della Mia Bella...Questa O Quella 6:12 4. A Dispar Vision 4:45 5. Oh Meschina! Oh Fato Orrendo! Giusto Cielo...Ah! Rispondete! 4:28 6. Una Furtiva Lacrima 4:58 7. Padre, Mio Caro Padre....
This 1939 Butterfly will be sought after by Beniamino Gigli fans and they won't be disappointed, for the tenor sings beautifully, as always. The sobs are there, with an excessively damp Addio, but his Pinkerton is a rounded portrait, capturing the ch...
If Tullio Serafin's Pagliacci is too slow for your taste, try Renato Cellini, who is sometimes a bit brisk. And if you want beautiful voices more than intense characterization, you are not likely to find two more satisfying than Jussi Bjoerling and V...
Sallinen is one of the great opera composers of the past few decades, although his first two, Ratsumies (The Horseman) and Punainen Viiva (The Red Line), are sadly out of print at the moment. Kullervo sets a powerfully tragic Finnish myth that is rou...
Released in conjunction with the Caballé biography Casta Diva, this isn't some routine compilation, but a collector's item. The first half is devoted to German lieder--hardly Caballé's core repertoire--recorded by the now- defunct Spanish label Ver...
The Essential Pavarotti
By Musical Heritage Society
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1. La donna e mobile
2. Che gelida manina
3. E lucevan le stelle
4. Nessun dorma
5. Una furtiva lagrima
7. La fleur que tu m'avais jetee
8. Vesti la giubba
9. Di quella pira
Leoncavallo: Pagliacci/Mascagni: Cavalleria Rusticana
The two most familiar words in Italian opera are probably "Ridi, Pagliaccio," which may be loosely translated as "Laugh, clown, laugh." They come up twice, in the aria "Vesti la Giubba" ("Put on the Makeup"), in which the traveling commedia dell'arte...
Mattia Battistini Complete Recordings, Vol. 1 (1902-11)
Operaphiles in search of the lost art of the bel canto baritone will find a virtual holy grail in the form of Mattia Battistini. Born in 1856, he is the oldest singer of his generation who recorded extensively in his prime. In contrast to the emphati...
My World: Songs From Around the World
The cover is a bit much: Angela Gheorghiu descending from an airplane in a glamorous 1950s suit suggesting she's the reincarnation of Maria Callas. And in the notes, the fabulous Romanian soprano tells of her jet-setting life and how this internation...
Complete Columbia Recordings
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Ljuba Welitsch had a short career, her stardom spanning the mid-1940s to the mid-1950s. Perhaps this is because she gave so much of herself--even on records you feel she's operating on all cylinders. Her most famous role, Salome, is represented here ...
Angelika Kirchschlager: Debut Recital Recording
Luckily, the current profusion of mezzo-sopranos doesn't leave one jaded to talented newcomers such as Angelika Kirchschalger. Besides looking like a fashion model, this young Austrian singer has a voice of such lustrous perfection that she would be ...
Although Verdi was a lifelong lover of Shakespeare, he did not get a Shakespearean libretto that was worthy of his and Shakespeare's art until late in life. Fellow composer and first-class librettist Arrigo Boito lured Verdi out of retirement with th...
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