Mario Lanza - Operatic Arias album flac
- Album: Operatic Arias
- FLAC: 1888 mb | MP3: 1586 mb
- Style: Opera
- Rating: 4.7/5
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|A1||Brindisi: Libiamo, Libiamo Ne' Lieti Calici - "La Traviata" (Act 1)
Composed By – Giuseppe VerdiSoprano Vocals [Soprano] – Elaine Malbin
|A2||Recit: Ella Mi Fu Rapita!
Composed By – Giuseppe Verdi
|A3||Recit: Colpito Qui M'Avete Ov' Io
Composed By – Umberto Giordano
|A4||Una Furtiva Lagrima - "L'Elisir D'Amore" (Act 2)
Composed By – Gaetano Donizetti
|A5||M'Appari Tutt' Amor - "Marta" (Act 3)
Composed By – Friedrich von Flotow
|B1||Recondita Armonia - "Tosca" (Act 1)
Composed By – Giacomo Puccini
|B2||La Fleur Que Tu M'Avais Jetee - "Carmen" (Act 2)
Composed By – Georges Bizet
|B3||Love Duet: Stolta Paura - "Madame Butterfly" (Act 1)
Composed By – Giacomo PucciniSoprano Vocals [Soprano] – Elaine Malbin
|B4||Recit: Mi Batte Il Cor - "L'Africana" (Act 4)
Composed By – Giacomo Meyerbeer
- Exported By – E.M.I. International Limited
- Record Company – The Gramophone Co. Ltd.
- Liner Notes – Leigh Douglas
NotesOperatic Arias sung by Mario Lanza
Cover notes in English
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (SIDE A): 2X.AV 181-1N
- Matrix / Runout (SIDE B): 2XAV 182-2N
Greatest Operatic Recordings.
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Mario Lanza: Opera Arias and Duets is a compact disc from RCA Victor released October 8, 2001 of recordings re-mastered in 1999. At the time of its release was the only all-operatic Mario Lanza CD collection that RCA has issued
He gained his appreciation of music as a young boy, listening to his father's recordings of the great operatic singer Enrico Caruso, which he would accompany for the entertainment of customers and neighbors. When he was nineteen he began to receive voice-coaching for two years from the former operatic singer Irene Williams. Lanza was then awarded a scholarship to the Berkshire Music Center at Tanglewood, after auditioning for Serge Koussevitzky
Mario Lanza (born Alfredo Arnold Cocozza; January 31, 1921 – October 7, 1959) was an American tenor of Italian ancestry, and an actor and Hollywood film star of the late 1940s and the 1950s. Lanza began studying to be a professional singer at the age of 16. After appearing at the Hollywood Bowl in 1947, Lanza signed a seven-year film contract with Louis B. Mayer, the head of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, who saw his performance and was impressed by his singing
The recordings featured here span most of Mario Lanza's 10-year recording career. All four selections from his first RCA session in May, 1949, are included and two of them are absolute knock-outs: the sublime Che gelida Manina from La Boheme and the Neapolitan classic, Mamma Mia, Che Vo' Sape? The Boheme aria, in particular, should dispel any notion that Lanza was not a committed artist. His phrasing is immaculate, his voice sweetly lyrical and caressing, and his climactic High C one of the most dazzling I have ever heard. There is some inconsistency in the selections, however, with.
Mario Lanza possessed one of the truly great natural tenor voices of the past century – a voice of beauty, passion, and power! So declares Placido Domingo in his preface to Armando Cesari’s 2004 biography, Mario Lanza: An American Tragedy. Most of the arias and Neapolitan songs are not representative of the standards that he had already achieved in the RCA studios, and, indeed, would often go on to surpass in the latter part of his brief career. By posthumously releasing so many inferior radio performances, BMG has not helped Lanza’s critical rehabilitation. Lanza also excelled in Neapolitan songs. His 1958 album Mario!showcases his best efforts in this genre, including outstanding renditions of Voce ‘e Notte, Passione, and Canta Pe’ Me. These are included on the CD Mario! Lanza At His Best.
1950 RCA Mario Lanza: Greatest Operatic Recordings (Sepia, 2015). 1952 one home recordingCD accompanying Armando Cesari's book Mario Lanza: An American Tragedy, 2nd ed. (Baskerville Publishers, 2008). Come un bel dì di maggio. 1944 private recording. 1950 RCA Mario Lanza: Greatest Operatic Recordings (Sepia, 2015). 1952 Coca Cola Show Mario Lanza: Original Album Classics (5-CD set) (SonyBMG, 2009). 1950 RCA Mario Lanza: Opera Arias and Duets (BMG, 1999). 1950 partial take for soundtrack of The Great Caruso. 1950 with Dorothy Kirsten, soprano, Giuseppe Valdengo, baritone, and Blanche Thebom, soprano for soundtrack of The Great Caruso; Peter Herman Adler, conductor. Brindisi (as Cassio). 1945 live radio broadcast: Great Moments in Music.
Album · 1999 · 16 Songs. La bohème: O soave fanciulla (Remastered 1999). By Giacomo Puccini - Mario Lanza, Jean Fenn, Orchestra, Constantine Callinicos & Jacob Gimpel. 5. Carmen: La fleur que tu m'avais jetée (1999 Remastered). By Georges Bizet - Mario Lanza, Orchestra & Ray Sinatra. 6. L'Africaine: O paradiso, sorti de l'onde (1999 Remastered). By Giacomo Meyerbeer - Mario Lanza, Orchestra & Constantine Callinicos. 7. I Pagliacci: Un tal gioco, credetemi (Remastered 1999). By Ruggero Leoncavallo - Mario Lanza, Orchestra & Constantine Callinicos.
Mario Lanza (January 31, 1921 – October 7, 1959), was an American tenor, singer, actor, and Hollywood movie star of the late 1940s and the 1950s. Missing lyrics by Mario Lanza? Know any other songs by Mario Lanza?
2001 compilation album by Mario Lanza. Mario Lanza: Opera Arias and Duets. Compilation album by. Mario Lanza. The CD also includes four recordings from The Mario Lanza Radio Show.
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