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Luciano Pavarotti - The Best

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Download links and information about Luciano Pavarotti - The Best by Luciano Pavarotti. This album was released in 2005 and it belongs to Opera genres. It contains 35 tracks with total duration of 02:09:49 minutes.

Artist: Luciano Pavarotti
Release date: 2005
Genre: Opera
Tracks: 35
Duration: 02:09:49
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No. Title Length
1. Rigoletto: "La Donna È Mobile" (featuring Richard Bonynge, London Symphony Orchestra And Chorus) 2:25
2. L'elisir D'amore: "Una Furtiva Lagrima" (featuring Richard Bonynge, English Chamber Orchestra) 4:53
3. La Traviata: "Libiamo Ne'lieti Calici (Brindisi) (featuring Richard Bonynge, Joan Sutherland, National Philharmonic Orchestra, London Opera Chorus) 2:52
4. Tosca: "Recondita Armonia" (featuring National Philharmonic Orchestra) 2:59
5. Manon Lescaut: "Donna Non Vidi Mai" (featuring National Philharmonic Orchestra, Oliviero De Fabritiis) 2:43
6. La Bohème: "Che Gelida Manina" (featuring Herbert Von Karajan, Berliner Philharmoniker) 4:42
7. La Bohème: "O Soave Fanciulla" (featuring Herbert Von Karajan, Mirella Freni, Berliner Philharmoniker) 4:13
8. L'Africaine: "Mi Batte Il Cor...O Paradiso!" (featuring National Philharmonic Orchestra, Oliviero De Fabritiis) 3:33
9. Martha (Opera in 4 Acts): "M'appari" (featuring Richard Bonynge, New Philharmonia Orchestra) 3:30
10. Luisa Miller: "Quando Le Sere Al Placido Chiaror D'un Ciel Stellato" (featuring National Philharmonic Orchestra, Peter Maag) 3:51
11. Aida: "Se Quel Guerrier Io Fossi!..Celeste Aida" (featuring Lorin Maazel, Orchestra Del Teatro Alla Scala) 4:08
12. Un Ballo In Maschera: "Forse la Soglia Attinse" (featuring National Philharmonic Orchestra, Georg Solti) 2:43
13. Pagliacci: "Recitar!" - "Vesti la Giubba" (featuring National Philharmonic Orchestra, Giuseppe Patanè / Giuseppe Patane) 4:08
14. Andrea Chénier: "Come un Bel Dì Di Maggio" (featuring Riccardo Chailly, National Philharmonic Orchestra) 2:54
15. La Fille Du Régiment: "Ah Mes Amis - Pour Mon Âme" (featuring Richard Bonynge, Orchestra Of The Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, Covent Garden, Eric Garrett) 6:55
16. Il Trovatore: "Di Quella Pira" (featuring Richard Bonynge, National Philharmonic Orchestra) 3:22
17. Turandot: 'Nessun Dorma!" (featuring The London Philharmonic Orchestra, The John Alldis Choir, Zubin Mehta, Wandsworth School Boys' Choir) 3:00
18. Torna a Surriento (featuring National Philharmonic Orchestra, Giancarlo Chiaramello) 4:24
19. Santa Lucia Luntana (featuring Orchestra Del Teatro Comunale Di Bologna, Giancarlo Chiaramello) 5:43
20. Soirées Musicales: La Danza (featuring Richard Bonynge, Orchestra Del Teatro Comunale Di Bologna) 3:06
21. L'ultima canzone (featuring Philharmonia Orchestra, Piero Gamba) 4:16
22. Non T'amo Più (featuring Richard Bonynge, Orchestra Del Teatro Comunale Di Bologna) 5:26
23. Mattinata (featuring Philharmonia Orchestra, Piero Gamba) 1:59
24. 'O Sole Mio (featuring National Philharmonic Orchestra, Giancarlo Chiaramello) 3:21
25. 'A vucchella (featuring Anton Guadagno, Orchestra Del Teatro Comunale Di Bologna) 3:12
26. Core 'ngrato (featuring Orchestra Del Teatro Comunale Di Bologna, Giancarlo Chiaramello) 4:53
27. Nel Blu, Dipinto Di Blu (featuring Henry Mancini, Orchestra Del Teatro Comunale Di Bologna) 3:14
28. Vivere (featuring Henry Mancini) 3:26
29. Il Canto (featuring Orchestra Di Roma, Romano Musumarra) 3:44
30. Caruso 5:21
31. Buongiorno a Te (featuring Rob Mathes, The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra) 4:13
32. Ti adoro (featuring Stefano) 3:13
33. Tosca: "E Lucevan Le Stelle" (featuring Orchestra Of The Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, Covent Garden) 2:53
34. Rigoletto: "Questa O Quella" (Ballata) (featuring Orchestra Of The Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, Covent Garden) 1:59
35. Rigoletto: "Parmi Veder Le Lagrime" (featuring Orchestra Of The Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, Covent Garden) 2:35

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Few operatic tenors of the 20th century were more honored than Luciano Pavarotti, and none were as popular; his fame went far beyond the usual boundaries of classical music and his music was as widely embraced as any pop star. The Best is a two-disc collection released in 2005 that features 35 classic arias from Pavarotti's recordings for the Decca and London labels, including selections by Verdi, Puccini, Donizetti, Leoncavallo, Tosti, and Centonze.