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CARUSO, Enrico: Complete Recordings, Vol. 7 (1912-1913)

The Classical Shop
release date: August 2008

Originally recorded in 2008

Artists:

Walter B. Rogers


Angelo Bada

baritone

Antonio Scotti

baritone

Pasquale Amato

baritone

Marcel Journet

bass

A Regis Rossini

harp

Josephine Jacoby

mezzo-soprano

Ernestine Schumann-Heink

mezzo-soprano

Gaetano Scognamiglio

piano

Percy Kahn

piano

Luisa Tetrazzini

soprano

Frances Alda

soprano

Geraldine Farrar

soprano

Enrico Caruso

tenor

Mischa Elman

violin

Record Label
Naxos

Genre:

Classical




Total Time - 75:29
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GIUSEPPE VERDI

1 

I Lombardi alla prima crociata

4:16
 Frances Alda soprano
 Enrico Caruso tenor
 Marcel Journet bass
 Walter B. Rogers
     
 

JEAN-BAPTISTE FAURE

2 

Crucifix

3:47
 Enrico Caruso tenor
 Marcel Journet bass
 Walter B. Rogers
     
 

GAETANO DONIZETTI

3 

Lucia di Lammermoor

4:04
 Luisa Tetrazzini soprano
 Josephine Jacoby mezzo-soprano
 Enrico Caruso tenor
 Angelo Bada baritone
 Pasquale Amato baritone
 Marcel Journet bass
 Walter B. Rogers
     
 

VINCENZO DE CRESCENZO

4 

Tarantella sincera

3:41
 Enrico Caruso tenor
 Walter B. Rogers
     
 

GIUSEPPE VERDI

5 

Rigoletto

3:38
 Luisa Tetrazzini soprano
 Josephine Jacoby mezzo-soprano
 Enrico Caruso tenor
 Pasquale Amato baritone
     
 

GIOACHINO ROSSINI

6 

Les soirees musicales

3:14
 Enrico Caruso tenor
     
 

ENRICO CARUSO

7 

Dreams of long ago

4:00
 Enrico Caruso tenor
     
 

ARTHUR SULLIVAN

8 

The Lost Chord

4:05
 Enrico Caruso tenor
     
 

GUY D' HARDELOT

9 

Because

2:26
 Enrico Caruso tenor
     
 

JEAN GRANIER

10 

Hosanna

4:18
 Enrico Caruso tenor
     
 

JULES MASSENET

11 

Manon

4:09
 Geraldine Farrar soprano
 Enrico Caruso tenor
     
 

GIACOMO PUCCINI

12 

La boheme

3:44
 Geraldine Farrar soprano
 Enrico Caruso tenor
     
 

GIUSEPPE VERDI

13 

Don Carlo

3:20
 Enrico Caruso tenor
 Antonio Scotti baritone
     
14 

Il trovatore

4:22
 Ernestine Schumann-Heink mezzo-soprano
 Enrico Caruso tenor
     
 

PYOTR IL'YICH TCHAIKOVSKY

15 

6 Romances, Op. 38

2:55
 Enrico Caruso tenor
 Gaetano Scognamiglio piano
     
 

GIUSEPPE VERDI

16 

Rigoletto

4:36
 Enrico Caruso tenor
     
 

GEORGES BIZET

17 

Agnus Dei

3:54
 Enrico Caruso tenor
 Gaetano Scognamiglio piano
     
 

GIACOMO PUCCINI

18 

Manon Lescaut

2:50
 Enrico Caruso tenor
 A Regis Rossini harp
     
 

PERCIVAL BENEDICT KAHN

19 

Ave Maria

4:06
 Enrico Caruso tenor
 Mischa Elman violin
 Percy Kahn piano
     
 

JULES MASSENET

20 

Elegie

4:04
 Enrico Caruso tenor
 Mischa Elman violin
 Percy Kahn piano
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"Volume 7 brings us halfway through Naxos’ chronological survey of Enrico Caruso’s complete recordings, focusing on material from 1912-13. The goods more or less divide evenly between operatic ensembles and lighter, semi-classical solo fare. At this juncture in his recording career, Caruso already had set down most of the solo arias from his principal operatic roles. But the Duke’s Act 3 aria from Verdi’s Rigoletto and Des Grieux’s Act 1 declaration of love from Puccini’s Manon Lescaut fill in at least two gaps, and the performances are characteristically ardent and impassioned. So is Verdi’s Act 3 trio from I Lombardi that opens the disc, featuring Frances Alda’s gorgeously equalized soprano voice blending in effortless accord with the tenor and Marcel Journet’s focused, supple bass...Ward Marston’s transfers maintain the high quality of the previous six volumes in this series. If you already own these, you know what to do."


Jed Distler - ClassicsToday.com




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