Enrico Caruso - Great Voices Of The Century Volume One download album
Enrico Caruso (Volume One) (LP, Comp, RE). Bulldog Records.
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Excerpts from the documentary Caruso: A Documentary (1998; 44 minutes directed by Peter Rosen) based on the biography "My Father and my Family" by Enrico.
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A la luz de la luna (Antón y Michelena). Sei morta nella vita mia (Francesco Antonio Costa). La partida (Fermín María Álvarez). Ne gustare m'e dato; Sleale! Il segreto fu dunque violato (Giuseppe Verdi).
Volume 1 (CKY album). 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. Caruso also made approximately 260 commercially released recordings from 1902 to 1920. The Complete Recordings, Volume 1 released: 2000. Artists of the Century - Caruso, the Greatest Tenor in the World released: 1999. Prima Voce: Caruso: The Early Recordings released: 1999. La grande canzone napoletana released: 1995. Caruso in Love released: 1994.
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. Aureliano Pertile (1885- 1952).
Enrico Caruso (February 25, 1873 – August 2, 1921) was an Italian opera singer and one of the most famous tenors in history. View full artist profile. Play all. Plácido Domingo.
Enrico Caruso - The Compl. has been added to your Basket. Caruso is certainly very accurately described as the first superstar of the gramophone and the quality the his voice retained through the relatively primitive recording techniques of the day is remarkable. I would have loved to have heard him in person. As for the CDs themselves, you can't go wrong.
7 Enrico Caruso Enrico Caruso was an Italian operatic tenor. Only primitive recordings exist, but his was the only voice that could rival Pavarotti's. Makes Freddie Mercury and every other rock or pop singer sound like an amateur. Crosby's trademark warm bass-baritone voice made him the best-selling recording artist of the 20th century, having sold over one billion records, tapes, compact discs and digital downloads around the world. 19 Karen Carpenter Karen Anne Carpenter was an American singer and drummer. She and her brother, Richard Carpenter, formed the 1970s duo Carpenters.
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|A1||Marta - Act III - M'appari
Composed By – Friedrich von Flotow
|A2||Mamma Mia Che Vo'sape?
Composed By – Emanuele Nutile
|A3||Rigoletto - Act III - Quartet - Bella Figlia Dell'amore
Baritone Vocals – Antonio ScottiComposed By – Giuseppe VerdiContralto Vocals – Louise HomerSoprano Vocals – Bessie Abbott*
|A4||L'Africana - Act IV - O Paradiso
Composed By – Giacomo Meyerbeer
|A5||La Forza del Destino - Act III - Solenne In Quest'ora
Baritone Vocals – Antonio ScottiComposed By – Giuseppe Verdi
|A6||Adorables Tournaments (Valse Lente)
Composed By – Enrico Caruso, Richard Barthélemy
|B1||Trovatore - Act IV - Ai Nostri Monti
Composed By – Giuseppe VerdiContralto Vocals – Louise Homer
|B2||Trovatore - Act III - Miserere
Composed By – Giuseppe VerdiSoprano Vocals – Frances Alda
|B3||Lucia Di Lammermoor - Act II - Sextet - Chi Mi Frena
Baritone Vocals – Antonio ScottiBass Vocals – Marcel JournetComposed By – Gaetano DonizettiMezzo-soprano Vocals – Gina SeverinaSoprano Vocals – Marcella SembrichTenor Vocals – Francesco Daddi
|B4||La Favorita - Act IV - Spirito Gentil
Composed By – Gaetano Donizetti
|B5||Pagliacci - Act I - Vesti La Giubba
Composed By – Ruggiero Leoncavallo
|B6||Madama Butterfly - Act I - O Quanti Occhi Fisi
Composed By – Giacomo PucciniSoprano Vocals – Geraldine Farrar
- Distributed By – Pye Records (Sales) Ltd.
- Printed By – Clout & Baker Ltd.
- Art Direction – Gerald Fifer
NotesA1, A2, A3, A4, B1, B3, B4, B5: Non-copyright
A5: Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew Ltd.
A6, B2, B6: BIEM
Back cover includes a biography of Caruso by John Donaldson.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Label Code: LPGV 12
- Matrix / Runout (Side 1): GVC A 1 * X
- Matrix / Runout (Side 2): GVC B 1 * X
- Rights Society: Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew Ltd.
- Rights Society: BIEM
|EMB 3402||Enrico Caruso||Great Voices Of The Century Volume One (LP, Comp)||Ember Records||EMB 3402||UK||Unknown|
|GVC 503||Enrico Caruso||Enrico Caruso (Volume One) (LP, Comp, RE)||Bulldog Records||GVC 503||UK||1985|
|SC 872, SCA-872||Enrico Caruso||Great Voices Of The Century - Volume III (LP, Comp)||Period Records, Everest/Scala||SC 872, SCA-872||US||Unknown|