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Opera! The Most Famous Arias flac album Title: Opera! The Most Famous Arias
Style: Opera
Duration: 02:03:07
Relesed: 2008
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Probably the most famous opera aria in the world – principally, of course, because of Italia 1990 World Cup and the phenomenal success of The Three Tenors. Like most popular arias, one of the best versions is a live recording by the Three Tenors, Luciano Pavarotti, Jose Carreras and Placido Domingo. One of the best recent recordings of this piece is by the British soprano Natasha Marsh on her self-titled debut album: Latest features.

The world's most famous arias. Watch Luciano Pavarotti, Maria Callas, Renée Fleming, Dmitri Hvorostovsky, and Anna Netrebko sing these masterpieces. The aria itself is even more famous than the opera it comes from! Opera Sense recommended recording of Gianni Schicchi: Casta Diva from Bellini’s Norma. If ever there were an aria whose melodic line seems to make all of life pause for a moment, it would be this one. The bel canto wizard Bellini created sounds that were made to fit perfectly in the human ear. Opera Sense recommended recording of Norma: Nessun Dorma from Puccini’s Turandot.

Many of the most famous opera arias are used in popular culture. Some are used as background music for commercials and certainly for movie trailers. One big example of an opera song used in pop culture is "The Flower Duet," from the French opera Lakme. This song can be found in several commercials and movies, including ads for British Airways and the films The Hunger, The American President and Meet the Parents, among others. No list of the best opera songs would be complete without songs from one of the most famous operas ever, George Bizet's Carmen. Of those songs, "Habanera" is probably the most well-known, but there are many others.

The most famous in modern antiquity? La donna è mobile from Rigoletto, Giuseppe Verdi. I chose a Corelli recording simply because I prefer him singer lighter arias. In all of antiquity? Caro mio ben, by ?? Giordani. My reasoning for this is simple - this aria has been around since the 17th century, and has been a standard study in vocal performance for centuries longer than any of the most famous dramatic arias in history.

Indulge yourself in an uncomparable evening of italian opera with some of the most moving and powerful excerpts of the best operas of Verdi, Puccini, Rossini among others. Sopranos: Laura Felice, Maria Cristina Filosofi, Eleonora Leonori Mezzo soprano: Chiara Guglielmi Tenors: Costantino D’Aniello, Romolo Tisano Bassos: Andrea Scorsolini, Luca Renzetti.

This list is intended to make opera a little more exciting for those who think it is boring. If you've never tried to sing an opera aria, try it, and try to make your voice sound like the pros. And here for your entertainment are the ten most insanely difficult opera arias ever written. Some you may know, some not. Great care has been exercised in selecting the best possible performances of these songs from Youtube.

Boris is one of opera’s most psychologically engrossing roles. He has almost certainly committed a horrific crime to further his ambitions. And yet, the remorse he expresses in his monologues, coupled with his deep love for his people, make it impossible for us not to sympathize with him. Once the property of basses, Boris has been performed in recent years by notable bass-baritones. Escamillo – Bizet’s Carmen. Pensive and wise, with a sense of fun and something of a temper, Sachs is one of the most humane and intriguing characters in opera – with wonderfully varied music, from the jovial ‘Cobbling Song’ in Act II to the introspective ‘Wahn’ Monologue in Act III. Wagner’s other fascinating bass-baritone protagonists include the Flying Dutchman and the mighty (three-opera!) role of Wotan in Der Ring des Nibelungen. Sir John Falstaff – Verdi’s Falstaff.

1. NESSUN DORMA (Vincerò) from Puccini's Turandot - Mario Del Monaco 2. SEMPRE LIBERA from Verdi's Traviata - Maria Callas (03:00) 3. LA DONNA E' MOBILE from Verdi's Rigoletto - Giuseppe Di Stefano (07:00) 4. VIVA IL VINO SPUMEGGIANTE from Mascagni's Cavalleria Rusticana (09:29) 5. SI', MI CHIAMANO MIMI' from Puccini's Boheme

Track List - Disc 1

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Mattinata ("L'aurora di bianco vestita"), song for voice & piano (or orchestra) 2:11
Werther, lyric drama in 4 acts
2 [Excerpt] 2:47
West Side Story, musical
3 [Excerpt] 2:11
La Traviata, opera
4 [Excerpt] 3:03
La Wally, opera (dramma musicale) in 4 acts
5 Ebben?... Se Ne Andrò Lontana 4:13
La bohème, opera
6 Donde Lieta Esci 3:23
Andrea Chénier, opera
7 La Mamma Morta 4:47
8 Ave Maria, for voice & strings (or piano) 4:46
Aida, opera
9 O Cieli Azzurri 4:32
Otello, opera
10 Piangea Cantando - La Canzone Del Salice 8:55
La bohème, opera
11 Si, Mi Chiamano Mini 5:09
Madama Butterfly (Madame Butterfly), opera
12 Un Bel Di Vedremo 4:51
Il Trovatore, opera
13 Tacea La Notte Placida 3:47
Tosca, opera
14 Vissi D'Arte 3:23
Faust, opera
15 Come Vorrei Saper - Canzone Del Re Di Thule 4:47

Track List - Disc 2

Title/Composer Performer Time
Faust, opera
1 Ah! Che Strano...Canzone Dei Gioelli 3:42
Aida, opera
2 Ritorna Vincitor...L'Insana Parola...I Sacri Nomi 5:48
Manon Lescaut, opera
3 In Quelle Trine Morbide 2:42
Gianni Schicchi, opera
4 O mio babbino caro 2:45
Turandot, opera
5 Nessun Dorma... 3:02
Nabucco, opera (Nabucodonosor)
6 Va Pensiero 4:24
La bohème, opera
7 Che Gelida Manina! 4:22
Cavalleria rusticana, opera (melodramma) in 1 act
8 Cavalleria Rusticana 3:32
Luisa Miller, opera
9 Quando Le Sere Al Placido 5:06
Tosca, opera
10 Tu! Di Tua Man L'Uccidesti? 6:06
La Traviata, opera
11 Lunge Da Lei...Dei Miei Bollenti Spiriti 3:47
Tosca, opera
12 E Lucevan Le Stelle 3:02
Roméo et Juliette, opera
13 Ah! Lève-Toi, Soleil 4:40
Faust, opera
14 [Excerpt] 2:49
Aida, opera
15 Celeste Aida 4:35


Arena di Verona Orchestra - Orchestra
Agnes Baltsa - Mezzo-Soprano (Vocal)
J. Barbier - Text
Salvatore Cammarano - Text
M. Carré - Text
José Carreras - Tenor (Vocal)
Mario Cavaradossi - Vocals
Alberto Cupido - Tenor (Vocal)
Mario del Monaco - Tenor (Vocal)
Giuseppe di Stefano - Tenor (Vocal)
Salvatore Fisichella - Tenor (Vocal)
G. Giacoso - Text
Luigi Illica - Text
Tania Nicolova - Vocals
Giafranco Pastine - Tenor (Vocal)
Ruggero Raimondi - Bass (Vocal)
Katia Ricciarelli - Soprano (Vocal)
Victorien Sardou - Text
Temistocle Solera - Text
Anatoly Solovyanenko - Tenor (Vocal)
Renata Tebaldi - Soprano (Vocal)
Andreas Tille - Photography
Verona Arena Choir - Choir/Chorus
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