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Mario Del Monaco is one of three or four of my favourite tenors. His "Dio, mi potevi scagliar" or "Forse la soglia attinse", or "Amor ti vieta", or .
Italian Song Recital.
Alberto Erede Conductor, Mario del Monaco Tenor, Santa Cecilia Academy Orchestra, Rome Orchestra. Mario del Monaco Tenor, Franco Ghione Conductor, Milan La Scala Orchestra Orchestra. 12. 1. odolfo's Aria: Che gelida manina.
Recital Operistico (LP). Operatic Arias For Tenor (12", Album, Mono).
Operatic Arias For Tenor (12", Album, Mono). Operatic Recital No. 2 (LP, Album).
Mario del Monaco (Florence July 27, 1915 - October 16, 1982 in Mestre) was an Italian tenor and is regarded as one of the loudest tenors of the 20th Century. Mario was born to a musical upper-class Florentine family. As a young boy he studied the violin but had a passion for singing. He graduated from the Rossini Conservatory at Pesaro, where he first met and sang with Renata Tebaldi.
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Mario Del Monaco's most famous role was Verdi's Otello, still considered the greatest interpretation by any tenor of that role. This album finds him at his peak and he sings aria after aria in powerful, masculine, dynamic and beautiful voice, exemplifying the best way to sing in the Italian manner. Find out for yourself and put on this recording while listening to other tenors singing the same arias at the same time. This well-documented album showcases Mario's versatility in various Italian operas. The only non-Italian aria here is the last one, Siegfried's Aria and Monologue from Wagner's Die Walkure. But mostly, he sang in Italian as only singers from Germany itself sung in the operas of Strauss and Wagner.
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|A1||Otello: Acto IV. Muerte de Otello "Niun Mi Tema"
Written-By – Boito*, Verdi*
|A2||L'Amico Fritz: Acto III. "Ed Anche Beppe Amo"
Written-By – Suaratoni*, Mascagni*
|A3||Cavalleria Rusticana: Acto I. Siciliana "O Lola!"
Written-By – Targioni-Tozzetti*, Mascagni*
|A4||Andrea Chénier: Acto II. "Si, Fui Soldato"
Written-By – Illica*, Giordano*
|B1||Martha: Acto III. Aria De Las Lágrimas "M'appari Tutt'amor"
Written-By – De Lauzieres*, Riese*, Flotow*
|B2||Adriana Lecouvreur: Acto I. "La Dolcissima Effigie" / Acto II. "L'anima Ho Stanca"
Written-By – Ciléa*, Colauti*
|B3||I Pagliacci: Acto I. Recit "Vesti La Giubba"
Written-By – Leoncavallo*
- Record Company – Compañia Del Gramofono-Odeon, S.A.E.
- Manufactured By – Compañia Del Gramofono-Odeon, S.A.E.
- Printed By – Quintilla Y Cardona, S. L.
- Orchestra – Orquesta Sinfonica de Milan*
- Sleeve Notes – Louis Cuxac
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label, Side A): OXBA 125
- Matrix / Runout (Label, Side B): OXBA 126
- Rights Society: B.I.E.M.
- Other (Imp. de lujo a metálico. Permiso): 126
- Other: Mod. 1133