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      Six Tenors, Six Italian Songs

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      A very easy on the ear collection of songs from sunny Italy. Tenors are Franco Corelli, Jonas Kaufman, Lucian Pavarotti, Carlo Bergonzi, Beniamino Gigli and Placido Domingo. Who could ask for more?


      Leoncavallo: “Mattinata”
      Placido Domingo with the London Symphony Orchestra
      Conducted by Marcel Peeters
      Recorded in London in 1976
      DGG: B0006735-02

      Tosti: “Segreto”
      Carlo Bergonzi with the Orchestra da Camara di Roma
      Conducted by Edoardo Mueller
      Recorded in Rome in 1983
      ORFEO C 073-831 A

      De Curtis: “Non ti scordar di me”
      Beniamino Gigli with the Berlin State Opera Orchestra
      Conducted by Alois Melichar
      Recorded in Berlin in 1936
      78 RPM DISC: VICTOR 1842-A

      Tosti: “Nont’amopiu!”
      Luciano Pavarotti with the Orchestra del Teatro
      Communale di Bologna
      Conducted by Richard Bonynge
      Recorded in Bologna in 1976

      Modugno: “Volare”
      Jonas Kaufmann with the Orchestra del Teatro Massimo di Palermo
      Conducted by Ascher Fisch
      SONY 88875183632

      De Curtis: “Torna a Surriento”
      Franco Corelli with an Orchestra
      Conducted by Raffaele Mingardo
      Recorded in 1964
      EMI 5 65084 2



      2 Responses to “Six Tenors, Six Italian Songs”

      1. Jeff Benson says:

        What wonderful songs for a dreary afternoon, I soaked up every note and marveled at the range of tenor beauty. Good choices! Thanks!

      2. Shirley says:

        Your shows are amazing! This one was the greatest of all! Such a selection of singers and music!
        Please don’t ever stop!

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