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PRIMA VOCE, Enrico Caruso

Enrico Caruso in Song Vol. 3 - 1902-1920

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Vocal Recital: Caruso, Enrico - BARTHELEMY, R. / TOSTI, F.P. / MASCHERONI, A./ CURTIS, E. de / BIZET, G. (Enrico Caruso in Song, Vol. 3) (1906-1920) 2:37:53 DISC 1 Triste ritorno 2:36 Ideale 3:27 For all eternity, "Eternamente" (Sung in Italian) 4:40 Canta pe'me 3:30 6 Romances, Op. 38: No. 6. Pimpinella 3:00 Agnus Dei 4:04 Ave Maria 4:18 Lasciate amar 3:10 Guardann'a luna 3:38 Fenesta che lucive 3:53 Amor mio 3:40 La Partida 4:47 Luna d'estate 2:22 Mia sposa sara la mia bandiera 4:20 A la luz de la luna 4:18 Inno di Garibaldi 2:41 Campana di San Giusto 4:42 Un bacio ancora 3:13 Luna fedel 3:11 Luna fedel 2:21 La mia canzone 2:24 Adorables tourments 3:54 DISC 2 Pour un baiser 2:48 Crucifix 3:56 Hosanna 4:26 Elegie 4:13 6 Romances, Op. 38: No. 1. Serenada Don-Zhuana (Don Juan's Serenade) 3:17 Les rameaux 4:19 Serenade espagnole 2:31 Si vous l'aviez compris 4:31 Les 2 serenades: No. 1. Serenade francaise 3:07 La procession, M. 88 4:31 Sancta Maria 3:49 6 Romances, Op. 6: No. 5. Why? 3:14 Chanson de juin (Song of June), Op. 102, No. 6 4:36 Le regiment de Sambre-et-Meuse 4:21 Premiere caresse 2:56 Love Is Mine 3:01 Dreams of long age 4:05 Your eyes have told me what I did not know 2:20 Trusting eyes 2:52 Parted! 2:59 Love Me or Not 4:20 A Dream 3:32
  • PRIMA VOCE - serie
  • Enrico Caruso - tenor
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Nr kat.: NI7927
Label  : Nimbus Records

When Caruso died his obituary in The Times included the sentence "It is quite safe to say that no tenor voice equal to his, in its combination of power and extreme beauty of quality, has been heard in this generation." Most of us who are familiar with his recordings would, I believe, add the words "Nor has there been since" - I am certainly not aware that any of Caruso’s successors has ever claimed to be his equal. The selection contained on these two CDs, ranging as it does from the lightest-hearted of Tchaikovsky songs via sundry numbers of a religious nature to Neapolitan songs and Edwardian drawingroom ballads, may perhaps be regarded as less artistically ‘important’ than the operatic recordings, but Caruso was not a singer who lowered his standards when singing ‘light’ music. There is hardly a single track amongst the forty-four in this selection which does not make the listener think at one moment or another "Only Caruso could have done that!"