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  • Performer: Caruso
  • Album: The Greatest Tenor In The World
  • FLAC: 1516 mb | MP3: 1619 mb
  • Released: 1999
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 144
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Caruso - The Greatest Tenor In The World album flac

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1-1 Amor Ti Vieta (Fedora Act II)
Composed By – Giordano*Piano – Umberto Giordano
1:54
1-2 Che Gelida Manina (La Bohème Act I)
Composed By – Puccini*
4:08
1-3 Salut Demeure Chaste Et Pure (Faust Act III)
Composed By – Gounod*
4:14
1-4 Di Quella Pira (Il Trovatore Act III)
Composed By – Verdi*
1:40
1-5 Spirto Gentil, Ne' Sogni Miei (Romanza) (La Favorita Act IV)
Composed By – Donizetti*
3:51
1-6 Solenne In Quest'ora (La Forza Del Destino Act III)
Baritone Vocals – Antonio ScottiComposed By – Verdi*
4:18
1-7 Mi Batte Il Cor... O Paradiso! (L'Africana Act IV)
Composed By – Meyerbeer*
3:39
1-8 Un Dì All'Azzurro Spazio (Improvviso) (Andrea Chénier Act I)
Composed By – Giordano*
3:48
1-9 Recitar!... Vesti La Giubba (I Pagliacci)
Composed By – Leoncavallo*
3:14
1-10 Questa O Quella (Rigoletto Act I)
Composed By – Verdi*
2:05
1-11 La Donna È Mobile (Rigoletto Act IV)
Composed By – Verdi*
2:17
1-12 Ah Sì, Ben Mio (Il Trovatore Act III)
Composed By – Verdi*
3:25
1-13 Celeste Aida (Aida Act I)
Composed By – Verdi*
3:29
1-14 Recondita Armonia (Tosca Act I)
Composed By – Puccini*Conductor – Walter B. Rogers
2:23
1-15 E Lucevan Le Stelle (Tosca Act III)
Composed By – Puccini*Conductor – Walter B. Rogers
3:02
1-16 Della Natal Sua Terra Il Padre ... O Tu Che In Seno Agl'Angeli (La Forza Del Destino Act III)
Composed By – Verdi*Conductor – Walter B. Rogers
4:00
1-17 Magiche Note (La Regina Di Saba [Die Königin Von Saba] Act II)
Composed By – Goldmark*Conductor – Walter B. Rogers
3:09
1-18 La Fleur Que Tu M'Avais Jetée (Carmen Act II)
Composed By – Bizet*Conductor – Walter B. Rogers
3:45
1-19 Ah, Qual Soave Vision ... Bianca Al Par Di Neve (Gli Ugonotti [Les Huguenots] Act I)
Composed By – Meyerbeer*Conductor – Walter B. Rogers
4:07
1-20 Cielo E Mar (La Gioconda Act II)
Composed By – Ponchielli*
2:55
1-21 Nell'ore Arcane Della Sua Lussuria ... Ora E Per Sempre Addio (Otello Act II)
Composed By – Verdi*
2:23
1-22 Di' Tu Se Fedele (Un Ballo In Maschera Act I)
Chorus – Metropolitan Opera ChorusComposed By – Verdi*Directed By – Giulio Setti
2:58
1-23 Una Furtiva Lagrima (L'Elisir D'Amore Act II)
Composed By – Donizetti*
4:22
2-1 Je Suis Seul ... Ah, Fuyez, Douce Image (Manon Act III)
Composed By – Massenet*Conductor – Walter B. Rogers
4:32
2-2 Chi Mi Frena In Tal Momento? (Sextett) (Lucia Di Lammermoor Act II)
Baritone Vocals – Pasquale AmatoBass Vocals – Marcel JournetComposed By – Donizetti*Conductor – Walter B. RogersMezzo-soprano Vocals – Josephine JacobySoprano Vocals – Luisa TetrazziniTenor Vocals – Angelo Bada
4:04
2-3 O Soave Fanciulla (La Bohème Act I)
Composed By – Puccini*Conductor – Walter B. Rogers
3:45
2-4 Ella Mi Fu Rapita! ... Parmi Veder Le Lagrime (Rigoletto Act III)
Composed By – Verdi*
4:40
2-5 Donna Non Vidi Mai (Manon Lescaut Act I)
Composed By – Puccini*Harp – A. Regis-Rossini
2:50
2-6 Cujus Animam (Stabat Mater)
Composed By – Rossini*
4:39
2-7 Oh! Mostruosa Colpa! ... Sì, Pel Ciel (Otello Act II)
Baritone Vocals – Titta RuffoComposed By – Verdi*Conductor – Walter B. Rogers
4:46
2-8 Libiamo, Libiamo (Brindisi) (La Traviata Act I)
Chorus – Metropolitan Opera ChorusComposed By – Verdi*Performer – The Metropolitan Orchestra*Soprano Vocals – Alma Gluck
3:07
2-9 Ingemisco (Messa Di Requiem)
Composed By – Verdi*Conductor – Walter B. Rogers
4:19
2-10 Faiblesse De La Race Humaine! ... Inspirez-Moi, Race Divine (La Reine De Saba Act II)
Composed By – Gounod*Conductor – Walter B. Rogers
4:29
2-11 Ah! Tout Est Bien Fini! ... Ô Souverain, Ô Juge, Ô Père! (Le Cid Act III)
Composed By – Massenet*Conductor – Walter B. Rogers
4:08
2-12 O Figli, O Figli Miei ... Ah, La Paterna Mano (Macbeth Act IV)
Composed By – Verdi*
3:25
2-13 Pour Moi Ce Jour Est Tout Mystère (Eugene Onegin Act II)
Composed By – Tchaikovsky*Conductor – Josef Pasternack
4:08
2-14 A Cette Voix Quel Trouble ... Je Crois Entendre Encore (La Pêcheurs De Perles Act I)
Composed By – Bizet*Conductor – Josef Pasternack
4:34
2-15 Bella Figlia Dell'Amore (Quartett) (Rigoletto Act IV)
Baritone Vocals – Giuseppe De Luca Composed By – Verdi*Conductor – Josef PasternackMezzo-soprano Vocals – Flora PeriniSoprano Vocals – Amelita Galli-Curci
4:01
2-16 Chi Mi Frena In Tal Momento? (Sextett) (Lucia Di Lammermoor Act II)
Baritone Vocals – Giuseppe De Luca Bass Vocals – Marcel JournetComposed By – Donizetti*Conductor – Josef PasternackMezzo-soprano Vocals – Minnie EgenerSoprano Vocals – Amelita Galli-CurciTenor Vocals – Angelo Bada
4:05
2-17 Frondi Tenere E Belle ... Ombra Mai Fu (Largo) (Serse Act I)
Composed By – Händel*Conductor – Josef PasternackHarp – Francis J. Lapitino
4:15
The First Recording
2-18 Studenti! Udite! (Germania Act I)
Composed By – Franchetti*Piano – Salvatore Cottone
1:58
The Last Recording
2-19 Crucifixus (Petite Messe Solennelle)
Composed By – Rossini*Conductor – Josef Pasternack
3:16

Credits

  • Compilation Producer [Concept] – Richard Dinnadge, Richard Wenn
  • Compiled By – Richard Wenn

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The German tenor has quickly established himself among the greats, thanks to his unique ability to unite disparate groups - purists, and casual opera fans. He’s also systematically working his way through all the heavyweight operatic repertoire, which means that soon there will be an enviable catalogue of Kaufmann recordings that should ensure his legend status for years to come. The Modena-born son of a baker and amateur tenor, Pavarotti sang alongside his father in the local town choir while studying to become a schoolteacher. International fame followed after the end of the First World War, and by 1920 Gigli was singing to great acclaim at the Metropolitan in New York – just before Caruso’s death.

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No doubt the greatest tenor of all times Bjorling, a darn good tenor, but not even in the same league as Caruso! Other top tenors not mentioned are: J. McCormack, B. Gigli, M. Del Monaco, G. Di Stefano, F, Corelli, PS Groban, Safina, and Bocelli are not real Tenors, they are good male voices! He had a sense of dramatic power in his tone and his expression can not be matched! . The most underrated tenor in the world. He has a voice of unparalleled beauty. Pavarotti called him the last greater tenor born in the 20th century. He did not just sing the words he lived and breathed them and it was that ability to become the character he was portraying that sets him apart on stage. As for his recitals with just a piano - absolutely exquisite.

The Great Caruso is a 1951 biographical film made by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and starring Mario Lanza as Enrico Caruso. It was directed by Richard Thorpe and produced by Joe Pasternak with Jesse L. Lasky as associate producer from a screenplay by Sonya Levien and William Ludwig. The original music was by Johnny Green and the cinematography by Joseph Ruttenberg. Costume design was by Helen Rose and Gile Steele. The film is a highly fictionalized biography of the life of Caruso. Mario Lanza as Enrico Caruso.

Enrico Caruso (Italian pronunciation: ; February 25, 1873 – August 2, 1921) was an Italian operatic tenor. He sang to great acclaim at the major opera houses of Europe and the Americas, appearing in a wide variety of roles from the Italian and French repertoires that ranged from the lyric to the dramatic. The World islands are composed mainly of sand dredged from Dubai's shallow coastal waters, and are one of several artificial island developments in Dubai. The World's developer is Nakheel Properties, and the project was originally conceived by Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the ruler of Dubai.

24 The Greatest Tenor in the World. 25 His Finest Performances. 26 Historical Recordings 1906–1914. 27 Memories of Caruso. 28 Spotlight on Enrico Caruso. 29 Tenor of the Century. Caruso - a Legendary Performer was originally released in 1976 by RCA Records. The recordings on this album were the first to be digitally restored by computer. The restoration was done in 1975 by Dr. Thomas Stockham at his Soundstream company, using his own techniques for processing audio digitally using deconvolution. Vesti la giubba (I pagliacci (Ruggero Leoncavallo)).

Enrico Caruso opens the list of the best tenors of the XX century based on his own merits. He was considered by Arturo Toscanini, who conducted him on various occasions, as the perfect tenor. He possessed an exceptional singing line in addition to spectacular sound power combined with the incredible ability to smoothen out sounds and breath control. He was also a pioneer in the world of recording which played a significant role in increasing his popularity. Only the aria from Ruggiero Leoncavallo’s opera I Pagliacci Vesti la giubba sold 1 million copies, the first time such an event took place in gramophone history. He performed in many opera debuts such as Adriana Lecouvreur, La Fanciulla del West and La Arlesiana. Nevertheless, his greatest moments arrived at a later date, especially with the appearance of Verismo operas. He starred in almost twenty movies and performed sixty two different opera roles.

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