Mia Sposa Sarà La Mia Bandiera - Enrico Caruso - Caruso: Complete Recordings, Volume 9 (CD)

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  1. Faiblesse de la race humaine! Inspirez-moi, race devine (Gounod – La reine de Saba) Mia sposa sara la mia bandiera (Rotoli) Ah, la paterna mano (Verdi – Macbeth) Vecchia zimarra (Puccini – La boheme) Cantique de Noel (Adam) Tracks recorded in New York City. Tracks recorded in Camden, NJ.
  2. The Complete Recordings: Recorded ~ Release by Enrico Caruso (see all versions of this release, CD 9: Volume 9: Recorded # Title Artist Rating Length; 1: Mia sposa sarà la mia bandiera () (track 18).
  3. From the youthful bloom and impetuous swagger of Enrico Caruso's debut recordings to the darker, almost baritonal overtones typifying his final sessions before the acoustic horn, the singer's resplendent vocalism and generous performing style remain the archetype for Italian tenors. As a child of the late 19th century, Caruso was prone to embellish upon composers' texts, yet /5(11).
  4. Browse: Rotoli - Mia sposa sarà la mia bandiera This page lists all recordings of Mia sposa sarà la mia bandiera by Augusto Rotoli (). Showing 1 - 10 of 10 results.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Caruso: Complete Recordings, Volume 9 on Discogs. Label: Naxos Historical - • Series: Great Singers • Format: CD Compilation • Genre: Classical • Style: Opera Enrico Caruso ‎– Caruso: Complete Mia Sposa Sarà La Mia Bandiera.
  6. Enrico Caruso - The Complete Recordings Vol. 9 CD, , Compilation, Remastered. Herstellungsland: Deutschland Zeit: EAN-Nr.
  7. It comprises the complete Victor recordings of the incomparable tenor Enrico Caruso, made between and In the words of singing authority John Steane: “Caruso’s records with very few exceptions are marvellous and moving from the first in the series to the last the richest legacy we have from these early days of the gramophone.”/5(7).
  8. This is a list of some notable compilations of recordings of the famous Italian opera tenor Enrico Caruso (–) on compact disc.. Caruso died nearly three decades before the commercial introduction of long-playing records (LPs), so his recordings (the first of which he made in ) were all on 78rpm discs or earlier formats, lasting only between three and four minutes; all.

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