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The Great Placido Domingo - 75th Anniversary Edition (3CD)

Item# 825646008186


The Great Placido Domingo - 75th Anniversary Edition (3CD)

Track Listings
Disc: 1
  1. Idomeneo K366, ATTO SECONDO/ACT TWO/ZWEITER AKT/DEUXIÈME ACTE, Scene 3:: No. 12 Aria: Fuor del mar
  2. Lucia di Lammermoor : Act 3 "Tombe degl'avi miei... Fra poco a me ricovero" [Edgardo]
  3. Un ballo in maschera (1985 Remastered Version): Forse la soglia attinse...Ma se m' è forza perderti
  4. La Forza del Destino: O tu che in seno agli angeli (Act 4)
  5. Su, cacciator...Fontainebleau!...Io la vidi (Don Carlo: Act I) (2000 Remastered Version)
  6. Aida (1985 Remastered Version), Act 1, Scene 1: Romanza: Se quel guerrier io fossi! ... Celeste Aida
  7. Otello, Act I, Scene 3: Già nella notte densa ... Quando narravi ... Ed io vedea fra le tue tempie .
  8. Otello, Act III, Scenes 3 & 4, Dio! mi potevi scagliar (Otello): Ah! dannazione!
  9. Otello, Act IV, Scenes 3 & 4: Niun mi tema (Otello/Cassio/Lodovico/Montano)
  10. La Gioconda, Act 2 "Il Rosario", Recitativo, ripresa della barcarola e romanza: Cielo e mar! (Enzo)
  11. Cavalleria rusticana : "Mamma, quel vino è generoso" [Turiddu, Lucia]
  12. Pagliacci : Act 1 "Vesti la giubba" [Canio]
  13. Andrea Chénier : Act 1 "Un dì, all'azzurro spazio" [Andrea Chénier]
  14. Adriana Lecouvreur : Act 1 "La dolcissima effigie" [Maurizio]
  15. Manon Lescaut (1993 Remastered Version), Act I: Donna non vidi mai (Des Grieux)
  16. Tosca - Opera in three acts (1997 Remastered Version), Act III: E lucevan le stelle (Cavaradossi)
  17. La Fanciulla del West, ATTO TERZO: Ch'ella mi creda libero e lontano
  18. Turandot, Act 3: "Nessun dorma" (Calaf)

Disc: 2
  1. Faust (1986 Remastered Version), Act III: Quel trouble inconnu me pénètre! ... Salut! Demeure chaste
  2. Faust (1986 Remastered Version), Act III: Il se fait tard, adieu! (Marguerite/Faust)
  3. Faust (1986 Remastered Version), Act III: Tenez! Elle ouvre sa fenêtre! ... Il m'aime! (Méphistophél
  4. L'Africaine, Act 4: "Pays merveilleux... O paradis" (Vasco da Gama)
  5. Les Pêcheurs de Perles, Act I: C'est toi....Au fond du temple saint
  6. Mignon: Adieu, Mignon!
  7. Carmen, WD 31, Act 1: "Parle-moi de ma mère!" (Don José, Micaëla)
  8. Carmen, WD 31, Act 2: "La fleur que tu m'avais jetée" (Don José)
  9. Carmen, WD 31, Act 4: "C'est toi?" - "C'est moi" (Don José, Carmen, Chorus)
  10. Samson et Dalila - Acte I : Arrêtez, ô mes frères ! (Samson, Choeur)
  11. Samson et Dalila - Acte I : L'as-tu donc oublié (Samson, Choeur)
  12. Samson et Dalila - Acte III : Vois ma misère, hélas ! vois ma détresse ! (Samson, Les Hébreux)
  13. O souverain, ô juge, ô père from Le Cid

Disc: 3
  1. Beethoven : Fidelio : Act 2 "Gott! - Welch Dunkel hier!" [Florestan]
  2. Beethoven : Fidelio : Act 2 "In des Lebens Frühlingstagen" [Florestan]
  3. Die Walküre : Act 1 "Winterstürme wichen dem Wonnemond" [Siegmund]
  4. Siegfried, Act I, Scene 3: Nothung! Nothung! Neidliches Schwert!
  5. Siegfried: Dass mein Vater nicht ist...Du holdes Vöglein, dich hört'ich noch nie (Act II/Scene 2)
  6. Tristan und Isolde - Duets: O sink hernieder, nacht der Liebe
  7. Tristan und Isolde - Duets: Nie-wieder-Erwachtens wahnlos...Einsam wachend in der Nacht
  8. Tristan und Isolde - Duets: Lausch, Geliebter
  9. Tristan und Isolde - Duets: Doch uns're Liebe
  10. Tristan und Isolde - Duets: So starben wir, um ungetrennt...Habet Acht!
  11. Tristan und Isolde - Duets: Soll ich lauschen?
  12. Eine Nacht in Venedig: Komm' in die Gondel, mein Liebchen (Gondellied)
  13. Das Land des Lächelns: Dein ist mein ganzes Herz!
  14. Paganini: Gern hab' ich die Frau'n geküsst
  15. Maravilla: Romanza: 'Amor, vida de mi vida'
  16. La Parranda: En la huerta de Segura (Canto a Murcia)
  17. Granada
  18. Around the World Part 12: Torna a Surriento

Music Notes

Most Western music is based on a system of notation that evolved around 1600 out of earlier practices. The starting point for any opera is the full score, which contains all individual voices and instruments arranged in a specific order on the page. The written music—representing the sounds a composer creates in his head—then comes to life performed by singers onstage and played by the orchestra.

 

 

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